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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1910.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. BY THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1910. WELCOME! Henderson this week is in the pos session of fair women. The North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs have captured and captivated the town. Welcome to the ladies! Our homes and our hearts are open to them. Henderson feels honored by their presence, esteeming it a high privilege to be host to such a goodly company of some of the State's brightest and fairest women. And the Gold Lkaf may be par doned for saying that Henderson is proving itself a royal host on this as previous occasions. The visitors seem to be enjoying their visit and the visited are enjoy ing the visitors as much as they are enjoying themselves. Their presence has been an inspira tion and an uplift, the good work they are engaged in throughout the State a blessing and a benediction. It is indeed no small honor to have with us the North Carolina Federa tion of Women's clubs. The pleasure is ours. Somkhow Raleigh manages to keep in the spotlight. Uewakh of the political reformers. Such fellows usually have something up their sleeves. - Looks very much like the liquor question was at the bottom of the row among Democrats in Wake county. l'rsii your town and community in every possible and proper way. For get self when it comes to general wel fare, is the very timely suggestion of the Lumberton Robesonian. What is more beautiful than a South Carolina girl on festival week in Spartanburg? Spartanburg Her ald. Why a North Carolina girl, every week in the year. . - - When you are disposed to com plain of the automobile driver for speeding, you should comfort your self in the thought that even the most reckless of them do not go as fast as the comet, which is said to be travel ing at the rate of thirty miles a second. . . Nomination of Mayor and Commis soners. A mass-meeting of the citizens of the town was held at the court house Thursday night, immediately after the several primaries in the different Wards had been held for the nomi nation of Commissioners. The object of the mass-meeting was to nominate a Mayor, and as a nomination is al ways equivalent to an election, it was verj-largely attended. The meet ing was organized by electing Mr. J. H. Rridgers as chairman, ami Mr. Jas. I. Miller as secretary. Several speeches were made commending the administration of Mayor Henry T. Powell, and he was nominated for Mayor for the coming year by accla mation. The nominations for Commission ers from the four Wards were rat ified as follows: First Ward, O. (. White. Second Ward. R. S. McCoin. Third Ward, W. K. Moss. Fourth Ward, Silus Powell Messrs. H. T. Powell, A.C. Zollicof fer and T. T. 1 licks were appointed a committee to collect additional funds to relieve the treasurer of the pic-nic committee. In this connection it may be explained that the expenses of the big pic-nic last year were in excess of the amounts pledged and collected, and this deficit has never been made good as it should have been. The election was held Monday. There being no opposition many persons did not concern themselves to go to the polls and a small vote was cast. Young Southerner's Oratory a Startling Novelty. The following which is taken from au exchange will be read with inter est: In what is declared the supreme ef fort in oratory in Pawling School, at Pawling, N. Y., a declamation that stirred his Northern hearers as thev had never been stirred by Northern eloquence, Thomas Dixon, Jr., son of the famous Southern author, won the first prize for oratory in an unpre cedented manner last week. His sub ject was a condensed version of Charles Gaston's speech before the Democratic convention, taken from "The leopard's Spots," and some sentences from "The Clansman." Young Dixon is 1 8 years of age. His speech was a startling novelty to a Yankee audience and swept the judges off their feet. Dixon threw himself into it with tire and passion and his Northern judges forgot to grade him on the technical points of oratory. When he sat down in a whirldwind of of applause they had not made a mark. They just gave him a hun dred, awarded the medal without dis cussion and devoted their time to figuring out the fellow who was en titled to the second prize. (len. G. S. French, major general of the Confederate army, has just died at the age of 93. He was the oldest living graduate of West Point at the the time of his death. Gen. French was born in Gloucester. N. J., in 1818 and graduated from West Point in 1843. He served under Gen. Taylor in the Mexican war and was wound ed at the battle of Buena Vista. Re turning to New Jersey he was pre sented with a sword by that State. It was probably not generally known that Gen. French was a native of New Jersey, although he lived in the South and fought in the Southern army. Read and advertise in Gold Leaf. AUTOMOBILES. There is predjudice in some quart ters against automobiles, which is wrong. The automobile has come to etay and more and more they will come into general use throughout the country, not only for pleasure but for business. It will not be very manv years until they will be as numerous in the country according to population, as they now are in the cities and towns. Out West the farmers are using them more than the towns. In view of the increasing numbers of automobiles and the fact that the general public must accept the situation and adjust itself to ex isting conditions, the .following article from the Rockingham Post is timely. A special tax is paid to North Caro lina under the revenue act, so auto mobiles have as many rights on the roads as any other vehicle, but no more. They are also limited as to speed in country as well as town. The speed limit is greater on country roads than in town. Troubles have arisen all along with people who have been contrary about giving half the road with old time vehicles. But prejudice against the automobile will soon pass and there will be no Inction if drivers or autos have proper consideration for the traveling public. It is understood and expected that vehicles turn to the right and give two-thirds of the road and not pass at rapid speed. If the auto driver is signaled with the hand to stop he is required to do so bylaw, and if there appears to be any danger the law requires him to shut off his engine. Ui course any gentleman driving an auto will be more careful in meet meeting buggies driven by ladies. If he sees the horse frightened he will not only stop the machine and en gine but he will go to their assistance. Sometimes the people are badly frightened and the horse does not notice it. If these rules are adhered to there will be no friction. Officers Must Stand Examination. Raleiirh. Anril 24 Aifc-fipn. J. V. r 1 l J Armfield says it will be the policy of the North Carolina National Guard to, as far as practicable at this time, provme tor tne examination 01 guard officers applying for commissions as to thpir fnrrmprennv for tlio nffiVfi sought. To this end there will be examining boards appointed in various parts of the State, the mem bers beirur in towns most easily ac cessible for the various sections in which they are located. The first board to be annointed is for Ashft- t , ville. This is composed of Lieut Col. W. G. Smith, Maj. Lawrence Young, Maj. S. C. Jordan. This in novation is in comnliance with th provisions of section 4903 of the revisai as to guard regulations. For You to Judge. Thousands of erallons of the L. & M. Paint are produced in one operation bv machinery. Onlv chemically nnrp color is used. The actual cost of L. & M. is only about 1.30 per erallon when the job is finished. Will you depend upon thiB product, or a paint made by costly hand labor in a Dot with a stir.k. nrn- dncing a few gallons at a time; and at that very likely made with common earth paints, and questionable quality linseed uu. ine L. Sc M. faint is sold by Melville Dorrey, Henderson. Civil Service Examination. An examination for clerk and car rier will bo held at the post-office in iienaerson on May 18th, 1'JIO. Asre limit. 18 to 45 vears. on the date of the examination. Married women will not be admitted to the. examination. This prohibition, how ever, does not apply to women who are aivorceu or tnose wuo are sepa rated from their husbands and sup port themselves, but they are eligi ble for appointment only as clerk. Applicants must be physically sound, and male applicants must be not less than 5 feet 4 inches in height without boots or shoes, and weigh not less than 125 pounds without overcoat or hat. For application blanks and for full information relative to the examina tion, qualifications, duties, salaries, vacations, promotions, etc., address immediately. JOHN F. HICKS, Secretary Board of Civil Service Ex aminers. Post-office, Henderson, N. C. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot ret ch the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to enre deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hear ing will be destroyed forever; nine canes out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of the mucus surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free F. J. CH EXE Y & CO., , , , , Toledo. 0. iod by all Druggists. 7."ic. Take Hall' Family Pills for constipation. The Charlotte Chronicle gives this word of advice to young men: Si art a saying account, aud take our word for it you will soon become verv much interested in it. Makes Rapid Headway. Add This Fact to Your Store of Knowledge. Kidney disease advances so rapidly that many a person is firmly in its grasp before aware of its progress. Prompt attention tshould be given the slightest symptom of kidney disorder. If there is a dull pain in the back, headaches, dizzy spells or a tired, worn-out feeling, or if the arine is dark, foul-smelling, irregular and attended with pain, procure a good kidney remedy at ouce. Your townspeople recommend Doan's Kidney Tills. Read the statement of this Henderson citizen. L. W. Holloman, 412 Andrews Ave., Henderson, X. C.,says: "I highly recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills, for I received great relief from their use. A soreness across the small of my back bothered me constantly and prevented me from sleeping well. The kidney secretions were also too frequent in passage, highly color ed and filled with sediment. Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box from the Kerner-MacXair Co.'e Drug Store and after using them a short time I was free from the backache and other annoyances. Since then I have been in the best of health." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Foster-Milburn Co., BuBalo, New York sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Seaboard Air Line Railway a Great Force in Development. Sanford Express. The consolidation of a multitude of small and poorly equipped lines into whfct is now the Seaboard Air Line Railway, with its trains running to important centres in half a dozen States, and connections whereby all parts of the country can be quickly reached, has added value to every acre of farm, garden, orchard and forest lands in thousands of square miles of territory. Study the map of this system. The once inadequate transportation facilities which re tarded growth and increase in values have been changed andthe trans formation wrought by the service now furnished is seen and felt in every community. New towns are spring ing up with busy factories and old towns and villages are taking on new growth. Vacant acres have been converted into farms with apple and peach orchards and berry patches, and homes filled with prosperous and busy occupants are more numerous than ever. Combination of capital is not always detrimental to the best interests of the people. - The Ohio Valley Exposition. To commemorate the completion of the lock and dam in the Ohio River at Cincinnati, 0., thereby furnishing a harbor 25 miles long, there will be held at Cincinnati, 0., from August 29th to October 4th, 1910, the Ohio Valley Exposition. Realizing the importance of the trade relations existing between cities of the Ohio Valley and the At lantic Coast States, the railroads of the South felt that this would afford an opportunity to present to the peo ple of the middle West a collective display of the resources of the South. Representatives of more than thirty railroads men in Cincinnati, on April 1st and decided that an exhibit should be representative of the South instead of making individual rail road displays as has been the custom heretofore. The work of designing and assembling the exhibit has been placed in the hands of an executive committee composed of five railroad industrial agents representing tne various sections of the South; and J. W. White, General Industrial Agent ot the Seaboard Air Line Railway at Norfolk, Va., and M. V. Richards, Land and Industrial Agent of the Southern Railway at Washington, D. C, designated as associate chairmen, have been appointed to represent tne Atlantic Coast States. Serving un der Messrs. White and Richards are sub-committees located at various points throughout the South and the persons composing these committees are making every enort to secure such material as will enable a most creditable and comprehensive display to be made. While this matter is being handled directly by the railroads it is expect ed that commercial organizations of the various cities throughout the South will join in the movement. In deed this seems a rare opportunity for each community to exploit its peculiar advantages without incur ring any expense beyond that inci dent to assembling such exhibits as they may make. The people of the South have al ready manifested such interest as will undoubtedly materially assist in making this affair one of great im portance as they realize that many benefits must follow from the con tact and intercourse which such a display will bring about. They are simply opposed to prohi bition and find local option as good a name fcr it as any other. Durham Herald. Never hesitate about civine Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to children. It contains no opium or other narcotics and can be given with implicit confidence. As a quick cure for coughs and colda to which children are susceptible, it is unsurpassed. Sold by all dealers. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. "No-Drip" is the most clever little silvered Coffee Strainer ever invented. Get one free from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., by the Coupon nan. ine coupon and Dr. bhoop s new book on Health Coffee sent to any lady re questing them. You can trick any one by secretly serving Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee at meal time. Your visitor or your husband will declare he is drinking real coffee and yet there is not a grain of real coffee in Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Pure grains, malt, and nuts give Health Coffee its exquisite taste and flavor. No 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling, "Made iu a Minute." Trr it from your grocer and get a pleasant sur prise, xva id package 'Joe. (ieo. E. Perry. RW.J0NE5 MELLOW KCRNWrTEY il Corn Whiskey is the imp "R. W. Tones" Is the If you don't believe it, your money if you arc not satisfied HERE ARE OUR SPECIALS. F. O. B., Clarksville, Va. loo Proof 1 Galloocf Vhisksjr and jug . . S!.c 2 GDon of Whiskey and jug . . 3.30 3 GHoni of UTikkey and jug . 5.00 4 CUDom of Whitley and Jug. . 6.60 AK. Galon of Whkkey and jug. . 730 KCUHcooI Whikeyandjug . . 1. 10 All goods guaranteed under the National Pure Food Law. All oiders shipped the day received. Remit P. O. cr express money order or registered lcUe. CLARKSVILI.F. WHMFY HfilKF. nWi.v, - ' " w mm m Phone No. 30 r r-s : 1 c- : . iitfiB$y&l. BIG ENDURANCE RUN. To be Inaugurated by the Richmond Times-Dispatch Party of Perhaps Fifty Machines to be Here In June. . Durham Sun. The hospitality .of Durham can be plainly shown and the people of this county will have an opportunity of becoming aware of the appreciation and knowledge of our roads when the big endurance automobile runs, in augurated by the Richmond Times Dispatch, will probably bring fifty tourists through here. This run will be June 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, and will practically come over the Capital Highway Route. It will be by way of Petersburg, Clarksville, Oxford, Durham, Greensboro, High Point, Salisbury, Charlotte, return ing via Rockingham, Pinehuret, Raleigh, Henderson, Littleton, Roan oke Rapids, Emporia, Petersburg, and Richmond. The officers, that is to say, the referee, inspectors, obser vers and checkers, will be members of the Richmond Automobile Associa tion, under whose official direction the runs will be made. Many automobile owners of North Carolina have expressed a desire to participate in the contest, and also several women, who will drive their own cars, will take part in it. Very shortly a scout car will be sent over the route and photographs will be taken of the roads, rough places will be noted and the whole route will be J posted. . Letter from Chapel Hill.. To the Gold Leaf. Chanel Hill, N. C. May, 2, 1910. The Memorial Services to Dr. Eben Alexand der the late dean of the University, were held in Gerrard Hall Sunday afternoon. The exercises were very personal and simple, as simple as the life of the great man in whose memory they were held. Rev. R. W. Hogue opened the services with a beautiful prayer. Dr. Kemp P. Battle Dresided and in an introductory address spoke of the brilliant mind, the J. statesmanship, and tne beautiful borne life of Dr. Alexander. Mr. A. H. Wolfe, president of the Senior Class, spoke feel ingly of I the student love of Dr. Alex ander. Prof. W. S. Bernajd of the de partment of Greek with simple eloquence interpreted the life ol Dr. Alexander. He found the outstanding characteristics of his life to be expressed by the Greek word edios, a sort of pity, ruth, sympathy, an indefinable tenderness and something more. He exhibited this same fine qual ity whether at the Court of Greece, in the dean's office or on the streets of Chapel Hill. The principal address was deliver ed by Mr. Josephus Daniels, the gifted editor of the Raleigh News and Observer. Mr. Daniels spoke for tne trustees and alumni. In an interesting and compre hensive manner he sketched the life of Dr. Alexander. Sprung from forbears who were pioneers in the founding and build ing of the city of Knoxville, a high honor graduate and a loyal son of 1 ale, cnair man of the faculty of the University of Tennessee, professor of-Greek in the Uni versity of North Carolina, American Ambassador to Greece, and Dean of the University are the facts with which Mr. Daniels paid a rare encomium to a great man. Mr. Daniels gave his address a personal touch that added much to its interest and charm. He told of Senator Ransom's hesitancy in approving Presi dent Cleveland's appointment of Dr. Alexander and how the old General was finally won over by Dr. Winston's ap peal to his love for his alma mater and his State. Senator Ransom lived to bless the day he approved Dr. Alexander's appoint ment. The people of Greece and the press of both countries voiced the opin ion that Dr. Alexander was perhaps the best minister that any country ever sent to Greece. Tulane University of New Orleans, is making arrangements for a pentangular debate between Tulane, North Carolina, Virginia, Vanderbilt, and Missouri. This debate will require two years for com pletion. It will be one of the most sig nificant contests engaged in by any of the American Universities being of inter state and national interest and conse quence. Carolina lost in baseball to the Navy 1 to 0, won from Georgetown 5 to 1, and from Wake Forest 1 to 0. In the Wake Forest game only 29 men faced Hedgepeth and not a single man got even the semblance of a hit. The splendid work of Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light. No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before. Thousands bless them for curing constipa tion, sick headache, bilousness, jaundice and indigestion. Sold by all dealers. 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 tne system FOREVER. SATISFACTION, or your money BACK. At Thomas Brothers', Henderson, N. C. purest whiskey made. nuresr anrl rf f rnm -wKrcLio just try It, We will glacfly refund with its ram flavor. 2' Gallon of Whiskey and jug . 4.30 3 Gallon of Whiskey and jug , . 6.50 4 Gallon of Whiskey and jag . . 8.60 I Gallon 4 year old Whiskey . . 2 50 I Gallon 8 year, old Whikey . . 3 00 4 Quart 10 year, old Whbkey . 4.00 H Gallon of Whiskey and jug . . 2) i WWSJL. VUi 11U i iu. ij THE OUTLOOK for building this Spring is es pecially good, and the outlook for builders securing everything they need in high grade build ing lumber is also especially good if they buy at Poytheress yard. We have prepared for busy times in the building trade, and are ready to deliver any quantity of siding, flooring, laths, shingles promptly when ordered from J. S. POYTHRESS. MEW SIPIDCxKS Ooltlhiin.gp SKoesp Halts Oei4sp FirnislhiinigSo Xatfestt- Sttyles. s Can please you in fit and price. Boys' and Young Men's Suits A Specialty. Come and THE We are Distillers 1 gallon of Whiskey and 2 gallons of Whiskey and 3 gallons of Whiskey and 4 gallons of Whiskey and 4 1 -2 gals ofWhiskey and 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and SAEfflUJlEIL Send us Cashier's check, Post Office Money Order or Express Money Order for any of the above goods. Be sure to write your name, Experss Office and Post Office plainly, and then there will not be any mistake. Any Whiskey you may order can be returned if not satisfac tory and we will return your money. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Hoise, Clarksville, Virginia. We IFflDdDtf, IPiiiiirscB dDir CEO. A. see us. WATEOMS. BIG DEPARTMENT STORE. R. W. Jones F.O. B. Clarksville, Virginia. and Make Our jug, $1.65 jug. 3.30 jug, 5.00 jug, 6.60 jug, 7.50 jug. 1.10 are now in position to Allow us to show G3SE COCIPlYo BJST OF Corn Whiskies, Own Whiskies. 100 proof. 1 gallon of Whiskey and jug, $2.15 2 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 4.30 3 gallons of Whiskey and jug, - 6.50 4 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 8.60 1 gallon 4 years old Whiskey, 2.50 1 gallon 8 years old Whiskey, 3.00 4 qts of 1 0 years old Whiskey, 4.00 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and jug, 1 .25 JUST RECEIVED FULL LINE OF NEW Spring Styles IN Crossett Shoes S3.50 TO S5.G0. fit any TTsaste O you. Henderson Tobacco Market lowing item of tobacco SW! fl monm 01 April: ir APRIL S.u.Ks Pounds. Average io,78j 4.42 " :!!? 4,709 7.1c, ' 57 TOTALS TO MYKT 10 Crop. 1C08 1909 1908 5,216,49r II.07 -,s-r0 1909 5,305,310 12 S ' ', '2 1909 EXCESS nvrnih "J 4- 148,815 ' l I ,MI I - - A pain prescription is i.rit...i ... 23c. box of Lr. ihoop-8 l'h.k IVn tY1 Ask your Doctor or Dnisuist if t!,' i tu is not complete. Tain ni.Mn, , ,' Foncl pains anywhere eo instant r,!i,.t ?mM!.T Pink Pain Tablet. Sl.l 1 1... ' froa E. Thrower, Proprietor ',n E It the salary system will county money we cannot .i 8 the objection comes from thus l uai vue uiuucj iu J'.iV. lUfl mm xiertuu Want to buy a buggy? TV Beacom Supply Company sell the Oxford Buggy Company's buggies "the vehicle with a pedigree." If you want a "fam. ily affair" see Ham Beacom or Al Speed.- They will fit you up all right. If you are a young man and your fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, Tom Garrett or Peter Gill can select the style and size you are looking for A 1 .1 .11 1 . ? '' Ana tne price will be right, as will the quality of the vehicle purchased. NOTICE To Justices of the Peace of Vance County. AS PROVIDED BY SECTIONS 7(7 AND 716 of the Code of North Ciiriilitu, which Sections were re-ennct-i l. Act nltU General Assembly of North r.-iruliim t iti session in 1899 (see Chapter 2s I'uhh,. 1899) the Justices of the iVm.- f "aw county are hereby railed to nn-.-t with thf Board of County CommiHsiomTs. in joint session, on the First Monday in June, 1910, for the purpose of levying tin- tnv.H fur th year 1910, and thetruiiKiu-tion (.f hu Ii oth-r buxineBS as may lawfully roim- Ix-fore the joint meeting. This, the 4th day of Mav. lit In JAM KS AMOS, Chairman Board of rommiHHiunvro. K. W. Edwards, Clerk to the Board . I Certificate of Dissolution. STATE OF NOHTII ( Al "(UNA. Department ok Sta i k CERTIFICATE OF DISSOI.ITloN. To All to Whom Thehe Prisms May Come Greeting: Whereas, It appears to m.v Kuiifntion, by duly authenticated record of tli- nxfrl ings for the voluntary dissolution iIhtm bj the unanimous consent of all tin- stm klml'l erg, deposited in my office, t hut t In- Mi'Mk burir Lumber Company, n corpniiitiim of this State, whose principul office U wtuutc atN o... Street, in the town of M i.iil lnirj: County of Vance, State of .North . iiriihtm. (P.G.SturKes being the agent tlicrtfin ami in charge thereof, upon whom process may I served), has complied with the requirement of Chapter 21,Itevisal of 190., entitled "Cor porations," preliminary to the issuing of thw Certificate of Dissolution: Now Therefore, I,. I. Bryan Crimen. Sec retary of State of the State of North Caro lina, do hereby certify that the sum! corpora tion did, on the 3rd day of May. 1 I , file in my office a duly executed mid attested con sent in writing to the dissolution of s:iid cor poration, executed by all the stockholder thereof, which paid consent anil the record ol the proceedings aforesaid are now on tile in my said office as provided by law In Testimony Whereof, I have herein et my hand and affixed my officinl sc;il. at ltl eigh, this 3rd day of Ma?, A. I)., VMu. J. BKYAN iIIIM'-S. Secretary of State. NOTICE. I SHALL SELL BY PUBLM' Al'i'TloN AT the Court House doorin Henderson on Monday, May 9th, 1910, the 65 acres of land on or near Sandy Creek just below the Young Stone Mill that Jam H. Ball conveyed to Kit Wortham t ad joins the lands of James Young, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Finch. Sale made for partition be tween the heirs at law by order of t he Supe rior Court of Vance county, in tin- 'iiiwot Joseph Wortham vs Jno. Bull mi Day of sale fixed by the decree Term" cash, balance with interest on March i;1J T. T. HU KS, Commission''' Henderson, N. C April 4 th. r.'l'- Special Low Rates VI A - SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY To Baltimore, rid., Account Southed Baptist Convention and IJaptistiof North America General Convention, flay nth to 18th. Account of the above occasion tb SEABOARD AIR LINK RM''W,AJTw Bounces EXCEEDINGLY LOU PROM ALL POINTS ON ITS LINK BALTIMORE, MD. , Tickets will be ON SALE May '"! and 10th, and will apply via "'''' LAR TICKETING ROlfi;-MN AL UP TURN LIMIT June let. Tim cciitrtiRti fforutTieilerit serviw f n flaltimnp frnm nil nriintsOtl it LINK with convenient schedule, 1 u '.f , Sleeping Cars, II ieh-back Seat ?tih?" Coaches and EXCELLENT lmiin?lar SERVICE. Full information can be secured to gard to rates, routes, schedules, etc . J applying to your local ticket as-nt or "J writing the undersigned. U.S. LEU'1' Division Passenger AKent, Kttleictl, -Vl' C. B. RYAN. General Passenger Agent, Portsmouth, HENRY PERRY, INSURANCE . .. t-ifiF. A strong line of both LIFE A.' and risks placed to best advantage Office: : : : : In Court Hou ElilOSB V a. Pure Blood Spanish StraiP Tennessee Bred Jack Young and vigorous, Stan 14 3-4 hands high. WgJJ 850 pounds. Will stand stables in Henderson. 1 O easy. R. J. Southerland.