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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910.
STATEMENET CITIZENS BANK OF HENDERSON HENDERSON, N.C., March 29, 1910. IlKSOH ES. ,n, ifi-ouritH ,.r n.,.i- nnd Fixtures.. $480,247.1 ft 3,31 8.8 30,151.25 10,732.73 uv.-r. St"' 3.643.11 lir'":,r,, ..'.;tl, inothwBkii 205,129.14 I'll1-': "', " $733,222.28 We Want You for a Customer. We pay 4 per cent, on Saving Deposits. Issue Negotiable Certificates of Deposit Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at a low rental. Check Books Free for Business Accounts. W. A HUNT, Cashier. VERY LOW PRICES. On .umber, Lime, Shingles Doois, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS. TTKMK'.il'.KU THE OPENINGS at U. j i TI.Mii:iHii"8 every day except Sun (Jav. Sitial bargains whenever yon rr.iii" Ir thfiii- ' lit icI.N'l A live-room cottage on 4 M ;.fitir .m-ry street. All modern .(p'V tO EDWIN STEPHENS. ( 1 AT-' Jii: ESS SHIRTS at I II. THOMASON'S. f KV! S AND V I ii.-rwear at 1 K ! S' AND LADIES' summer nn- II. THOMASON'S. (if;!KNT WORK I am prepared to , tl- all kind of oement work.pav inir wa'.V. lawn curbing, Rutteriner, &e. Work iiikI iirices guaranteed. TWer to hiiiii.' "f ' leading citizens of Hender Hun fr i horn I hnvp done work. GEORGE W. POWELL. T SHINGLES. Gravel Roofing, S.T.-rii I loom nnd Windows. JOHN B. W ATKINS. r )T i-f nice field peas at I j II. THOMASON'S. T ilt KENT Nice 5-rooro cottage. . trie liirhtB. liath, hot and cold w at'-r l U r om cottage for Bale. S. S. WII1TTRN. M 'll.cn COW WANTED A good cow time to five years old, recently fr.-!i Not lH( than three gallons capac itv i!-iiraMe. Address or apply at this 1 7n:U PEAS at H. THOMASON'S. lirANTED 10 or 12 cows or colts to Y pasture. fiood grazing and nlMiinlnnce of pure running water. Right at in v limine and can look after stock. Term reasonable. CHARLIE DAVIS. "tirANTRD Gear Builders, Black. smiths. Painters, Buezy and Automobile Top Builders, Trimmers, W ood workers. Steady work. Pleasant shops, Good Wages, Economical living expense. Come at once, or write George D. IlcCutcheon, Owensboro, Ky. TOST A pearl and diamond brooch. J Finder will be rewarded by return ing to MRS. (1. B. HARRIS. EW SHIPMENT of hats junt received. pretty white MRS. 0. O. WHITE. n ...... lw, .,fi t .i,, 1 1 it V MA ITTTil I UCAl III I ilU VCll" 1 wis enumeration? Mis Klnora Williams of Durham, is Visttuitr in the CltV. I Miss Lu v Petty of Carthage, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. B. Wad- iiit. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bell are visiting Mrs. s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kelly. Miss Ula Wright of Durham, has retunieii liome alter epenains: some tinie with Mitis Rebecca Watkins. Mrs. D. V. Cooper is attending con- vetition of the King s Daughters in ii(M'ki!irhiiin this week, leaving Tues day afternoon. Miss Harriett Woodruff of Rah way, N I . who has been the guest of Miss Julia Cooper for several weeks, has returned to her home. Thomas & Newcomb advertise cool, comfortable underwear. B. V. D. Athletic and other styles. Boys' athletie suits. "0 cents; men's 70 cents "lid 00. Tnere is an abundance of fruit, cherries, peaches and apples-and ni'S win mean much in good living, K'od health and good condition of the people Mr. (ins McCnll of Savannah. Ga., iin.d a former Henderson boy, spent h day in our citv this week to see his old friends, having been away from nere eiht years this month. ' ' !s and looks kind o' lonesome s:i ' the dub women left us. But though the vision of fair faces be ab s-'iit i tie fragrance of pleasant mem ories still lingers where they have (eon. -Mrs. ii. ( . Craven and the two little girls are spending awhile in the co-.nitrv with Kev. and Mrs. J. W ' r:it:k. during the absence of Mr. 'raven in the Western part of the ate. M ss Adelaide Fries of Winston- ;uem, who attended the Federation " omen's Clubs, remained over Niter the convention as the guest of Mrs. s. p. Cooper, leaving for her "uiiio ednosday. bo not forget the appointment of . uupport lor Henderson next luesday. May 17th, if you wish to consult him about your eyes or have glasses fitted. For one day only, at J"iseii burg's Hotel. Mr. and fPa S P PrnTui Xfro A l--ollicoffer, Rev. Thomas Chavasse bnghmd, and Miss Adelaide Fries Wednesday morningin Mr.Coop r s, mitomobile for Winston to at- itin! the Episcopal convention. 1 1 - " ? "ear therA nr a. number nf ner fpns out of the census enumera if you are one of tnem caj at uon to the matter and see that i u ar.e included in the count. We ffant H0,,,in. v t all ir ;: ,r.,a,uu lu UttVB treu16 Ior -"-milieu iu. A Man Wanf tn Die D!lv wi1(.n , ,. , , , . . , . '... w.w i-ius, iZL?..!&y liTe-r and elngfiPfh bowels LifPn, ' ;Pndency But Ur.Kins krintr ..'"'""pelpoisonsfromthesystem; Str ana ennrnow piim nil I.irpr ""math ,i - . w an viifr 'uuey iroumes; impart ne&ito 2r,p ,to. the weak, nervous and ailiusr, LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in Hnrplus and I'ndevided Profit Accrued Int Dae Depositors.... Cashier's Checks Outstandg.. . Due to Banks Deposits 100,000.00 71,527.74 449.77 346.58 4,337.10 556,561.09 Total ...... f733.222.28 Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Gee wish to thank the people of Henderson for their kindness and sympathy shown them since the loss of thir home by fire. These manifestations of neigh borly friendship are gratefully appre ciated and they would in this public manner express their thanks to one and all. Rev. F.'M. Shamburger of Oxford, will preach in the Methodist Episco pal church Sunday. Rev. R. C. Craven, the pastor, is away attend ing th General Conference at Aehe ville, and will deliver some addresses by invitation at points in the Wes tern part of the State before he re turns. - . . - . Revival Services. A sarins of revival meet i rigs Hre being held this week at the Methodist Protestant church. Rev. Dr. F T. Tagg of Baltimore, is the preacher, which is to say that somestrongand thoughtful sermons have been hpard. The" attendance has bwn good and in terst in the meetings alive. Dr. Tagg is an able man, one among the fore most of his denomination, possessing a strong individuality and lovable personality and the people hear him gladly. He has been seen and heard in Henderson on previous occasion and always meets with a cordial wel come. Preaching at 11 and S o'clock. The public cordially invitpd. Personal. Mr. and Mrs. EdCrichton, of Biilti more, stopped over in Henderson Monday night on their way to visit relatives in Granville county, the family of Mr. George Daniel. They were pleased at the growth and im provements noted during the years in tervening since their lastwisit. Twen-tv-two years aero they spent some time here on their bridal trip and the court house (which has since been re modeled and improved) was then In course of construction. There were no handsome residences and impos ing business blocks and mammoth mills and factories as we now have. In fact the Henderson of to-day is quite another place from what it was then. The Progressive Farmer. We have pleasure in calling the at- tention of our farmer readers to the advertisement of the Progressive Farmer and Gazette. Raleigh, N. C, which appears elsewhere in this pa- -T ' , i . S Per - wo oi"r lueuiuiu u"" , SO vaiuaDie to me oouiueru mrmer a8 this excellent publication. Send -V,am fan nanto frr n ton-njoolra' r.rinl subscription. Each copy will aid you materially in your iarmmg opera tions. ranKiy BpeaKin, everj num ber is a fruide-post on what might otherwise be a rugged road to pros perity for the agriculturist. Try The Progressive h armer and liazette lor ten weeks; you could not invest a dime elsewhere that would pay you a bigger dividend. DR. S.-RAPPORT of Durham, will be in Henderson at the Massenburg Hotel, Tuesday, May 1 1 th, for the purpose of examining eyes and fitting glasses. Consultation FREE. Mr. Pitlman the Speaker at Maple- ville Academy. Mr. T. M. Pittman delivered the address at the closing exercises of Mapleville Academy m tranklm county, last Wednesday, and those who heard him speak of it as a fine iueii,' ,J , JV a - o'on of profit and pleasure to all. The subject of Mr. Pittman's address was "Our Messace to the World and What Comes of It; The Worlds's Message to Us and v hat Shall We Do With It?" having to deal lanrelv with the spirit of reli gious liberty in the past and present times and was athougntml, well con sidered paper informing and inspir ing to old and young. A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge o neuralgia, whatever the trouble is, Lham berlain's Liniment drives away the pain at once and cures the complaint quickly, t irst application gives relief. Sold by all dealers. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach, sweeten the breath and create a healthy appetite. They promote the flow of gastric juice, thereby in ducing good digestion. Sold by all dealers You can think as you please in the Democratic party, but you want to be careful how you act. Durnam Herald. THEY ALL DEMAND IT. Henderson. Like Every City and Town in the Union, Receives It. People with kidney ills want to be cured. When one suffers the tortures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for. There are many remedies today that relieve but do not core. Here is evidence to prove that Doan's Kidney Fills care, and cure is lasting 0. P. Wortham, Henderson. N. C. says: -'From personal experience. know Doan's Kidney Pills to be an ex cellent kidney remedy. For some time my kidneys were badly disordered and was caused much annoyance by too fre quent passages of the kidney secretions. I also snnered a great aeai irom nack ache and sharp pains across my loins bnt was at a loss to know how to obtain Ho nl Dnan'a Kidnev Pi la wore A (UVi V nrrvnred at the Kerner-Mac-Nair Co. 'a brno- Store. Throueh their use every I O . .... 11 A J symptom ol waney complaint was uis- -Li of - p , fc u dealerg. price 50 cents VSJ?;ZJ: n W Ynrt 1 i'UKici-iuuuuiu w., """'-' I Nameleis Rnt Nn FnrnHn - - " m vtivu. We wanted to print the names of all the delegates in attendance upon At. - - 1 . mtf convention last week- and the adiea whose guests they were, bit there were not enough capital "Ms" in the shop to serve the purpose even if lack of space had. not prevented. Suffice it to say some of the State's fairest and most accomplished women graced the occasion and Henderson esteemed it a hisrh honor and a pleasant privilege to have them as her guests. Besides themrularlv ac credited delegates there were a num ber of visitors who came to enjoy the convention without taking more than a spectator's part in the delibera tions. Although the names of our recent guests are not recorded in these printed paares. thev are indeliblv inscribed upon memory's tablet and their faces and features and pleas ant associations with them will long abide with the people of Henderson. Prize Winners in Shooting Match. As heretofore unnounced the Wat- Kins Hardware Loin pan v offered three prizes, a Stevens rifle, 22 calibre, 1G shots, a fine razor and a pocket knife, to bo contested for in a shoot ing match between members of Henry vvyait camp. Confederate Veter ans, on Memorial Day, May 10th. After the exercises in the court house and the speech of Senator Overman iHJdent to laving the corner-stone of the Confederate monument, the crowd proceeded to the cemeterv to dec- irate the graves of the heroes of 'Gl to 'Go. This over the 6hootinar took place just outside the cemetery en closure and th contest was spirited ana interesting, .earlv all of the members of the Camp were present to gether with n number of others who ried their nkill after the contestants lad fin it-lied but were not allowed to orapete for the prizes. The winners were A. T. Short, first prize; J. li. I'ool, second; W. W. Langston, third. Comrades Short and Pool scored two each, one shot, the former a fraction closer to the circle than the latter, and Comrade angston made three, one shot. Quite a number hit the target scoring within the square, a smaller number getting within the circle, while some shots did not even hit tlK board. No one made a centre or bull's-eye shot, ut this was no disparagement of their marksmanship in the vearsthat are gone when there was "shooting to be done. The target was placed 100 feet rom the shooters and some of the boys" wanted it even closer than that. ' T. M. Pittman, George A. Rose and Thad R. Manning were the judges and Master Hummie Toepleman ooked after the targets. The prizes were presented by Mr. T. M. Pittman, Mr. J. C. Kittrelland Camp Commander J. T. B. Hoover, with appropriate remarks. Mr. V. T. Watkins who gave the prizes was called on and he expressed the pleasure it gave him to contribute something even in a small way to ward making the occasion more in teresting and enjoyable to the Veter ans whom we delight to honor at all times. How often do you eat this food? -A short time ago there appeared in the columns of one of the prominent magazines an article on building brain and muscle by the proper selection of the foods you eat A good many people were surprised to find oatmeal placed at the top of the list of foods recommended; but if the article had appeared in an English or Scotch paper every reader would have expected to see first place given to good oatmeal. - As a matter of fact Great Britian and Europe come to us for tremendous quantities of Quaker Oats because it represents to them perfect food, being the richest in flavor and best in clean liness and purity, of all oatmeals. It is packed in regular size pack ages, and in hermetically sealed tins for hot climates. 55 ARNOLD'S ""re" balsam Cholera Infantum by Thomas Brothers, W. W. Parker, Melville Dorsey, Hendercon, - - N. C. B. E. Poythress, Notary Public, HENDERSON, : : : N. C. Office Henderson Loas and Real Estate Co. Dissolution of Copartnership. TTAVING SOLD OUT OUR JEWELRY II kniinou tn Xfr H W Mitoti. the firm of A. W. (iholson & Co. is hereby dissolved by mutual consent; ana an parties uuviug accounts ajrninst this firm will certify same i T 1 r Tl . . T T-v 1 T I- at once to w. n. reuun.jr., irk uramu, Va. And all parties indebted to the concern nlunui -nil nt nnce And nettle their ac- thcr with fr. Mixnn at the store. or Mr. linolson, wno win oe nere lor some time collecting the accounts. We bespeak for Mr.. Mixon the patronage r.iii- frinnria ami piintompm. for whose past W . l.u. iiiv-v . . . . . . 1 ; .1 1. favors we aesireroexiena our sincere unuko A. w. UrlOLSU, W, U. PETTUS, Jb. THE LADIES STORE. WHITE GOODS, LAWNS AND- SUESINE SILKS. A PRETTY LINE OF Ready-Made Comonas for Summer. MRS. MISSIIXIEIL GRACIOUSLY RECEIVED. Henderson Did Herself Proud la En tertaining Federation of Women's Clubs So Say Greensboro Dele gates and Others Who Were Present In the Greensboro News of Sunday Mrs. AI Fairbrother (well and favor ably known in Henderson where she formerly lived as Miss Mamie Hatchett) writes thus pleasantly about our town, people and the en tertainment accorded the Federation of Women's Clubs last week : The Greensboro delegates who have returned from the eighth annnal meeting cf the North Carolina Federation of Wo men's Clubs, held at. Henderson daring the past week, are enthusiastic in their praise of Henderson and her people voicing the sentiments of the entire Fed eration when they insist that no body of women in convention assembled was ever more graciously received or more royally entertained. Henderson, lone a center of culture and refinement, noted for its hospitality and courtesy to visitors, broke all former records and set aside all precedents in earing for the stranger within her gates. No effort was spared to make the eighth annual meeting the most enjoyable from a social standpoint, in the history of the Federation, and how well they succeeded is the sequel to a story as interesting as it is delightful. The gracious hospitality dispensed in their beautifuf homes won the hearts of the visitors, while the bier factories and prosperous commercial in stitutions commanded their attention. Those who had known thfi town Irtnf 20 years ago saw few of the old land marks and hardly recognized the Hen derson of former days. It was gratifying, however, to discover that, while the physical changes had been great, the old Henderson spirit the spirit of kindness and cordiality still pervaded the atmos phere, making the delegates thrice wel come in the good old North Carolina wav. The Greensboro delegation, aloncr with other members of the Federation, will record many pleasant incidents of their visit to Henderson on an illuminated page in the life book of sweet memories, a page on which there is no blot, no dis cordant note, to mar the harmony of a most profitable and enjoyable three days stay in one of the most prosperous and progressive of our North Carolina towns. The Greensboro delegation was errati- fied to know that the work of the Wo men's club the past year placed it in the class with those of Charlotte and Ral eigh, both older organizations with a aree membership. Thev also listened with much pleasure to the reading of the splendid paper on the History of the Drama, by Mrs. W. C. A.Hammel.of this city, she being one of the successful con testants in the literary and historical contest inaugurated by the library de partment of the Federation of Women's Clubs of North Carolina way. The art exhibit arranged by Mrs. E.Tl. Michaux, chairman of the art depart ment of the State Federation, wasgreat- y enjoyed by the visitors and club mem bers, and Mrs. Michaux was given a ris ing vote of thanks for her splendid work. Again, Greensboro received recognition in the re-election of Mrs. G. W. Whitsett to the very important position of record ing secretary of the State organization. which omce she filled so acceptably the past club year. The High Cost of Living ncrease? the price of man v necessities with out improving the quality. Foley's Honey and Tar maintains its high standard of ex cellence and its great curative qualities with out any increase in cost It is tbe best reme dy for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and all ailments of the throat,' chest and lungs. The genuine is in yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Sold by all Druggists. COPYRIGHT. A.RK-E.C9 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 Phone No. 30 Give Us An To Name Prices Paints, Oils, Lime, Cement, Metal and Compo sition Roofing, Summer Hardware. Anything in fact in the hardware line. We carry a full and complete stock at Lowest Prices. Watklsis Hardware Co. Eetail and Wholesale. There Shoild Be H. W. MIXON, CARDS OF THANKS. Those Having Reference to Deaths and Funerals in Dad Taste and Ought to be Tabooed. Raleigh Ereniug Tim. All newspaper men are acquainted with the "card of thanks." It used to be a eri.stent visitorat thenews paper offices. But happily, through the refusal of many papers to print them without pay at the advertising rate and a decidedly cool reception by those who do print them on the one band and the development of a more seeming taste on the part of all the people on the other hand, they have become much more rare than formerly. Now and then, however, one runs across one and some of them make interesting reading mat ter. The Atlanta Georgian hasdis co7ered one of these and tells about it as follows: "The day is not far distant when 'cards of thanks' will be a thing of the past. When death enters a home neigh bors never fail to do what they can to place a silver lining behind tbe dark cloud, and they do not expect or desire any thanks through tbe public press. One subscriber, however, in a neighboring town, not to be outdone, sent in the fol lowing to the editor: " 'Mr. Editor: I desire to thank the friends and neighbors most heartily in this manner for their co-operation dur ing the illness and death of my late hus band, who escaped from me by the hand of death last Friday while eating break fast. To all my friends and all who con rtibuted so willingly to make the last moments and the funeral a success I de sire to remsmber most kindly, hopmK these lines will lind them enjoying the same blessing. T have also a good milch cow and a roan gelding horse which I will sell cheap. 'God moves in a mys terious wav T I is wonders to perform. He plants His footsteps on the sea and rides upon the storm.' Also a black and white shoat cheap." Election of Police Officers. At the meeting of thft board of town rommissioners recently elected, held Friday night, some changes were made in the personnel of the police force. M. N. Parrish was elect ed chief, in place of N. M. Henderson who has held the position for six years, and J. C. Champion was put on the day force. D. C. Crabtree was re elected as night policpman and Wes ley Falkner was elected as assistant to succeed Mr. Champion. All the other old officers were re elected: T. M. Pittman town at torney, A. Cooke treasurer, "W. II. Westertax collector, C. E. Stainback town clerk, Silus Powell street com missioner, Dr. B. G. Allen health officer, K. S. McCoin mayor protem. A book on Rheumatism, and a trial trpat ment of Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy liquid or tablets is bing sent, free to suffer ers by Dr. Shoop, of Racine, Wis. You that are well, get this book for some discouraged, disheartened sufferer! Do a simple act of humanity! Point, out this way to quick and eertain relief! Suprine some sufferer, by first getting from me the booklet nnd the test. He will appreciate your aid. The Paragon, H. E.Thrower. Proprietor. . . - . A pain prescription is printed upon each 25c. box of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula is not complete. Pain means congestion, blood pressure. Head pains, womanly pains anywhere ge instant relief from a Pink Pain Tablet. Sold The Paragon, E. E. Thrower, Proprietor EFFECTIVENESS is of course an essential point to be considered in the selec tion of jewelry, but not the only one. Artistic design and finish are also most important factors. These points are always prom inent ' features in jewelry sold by us, as is every considera tion demanded in the making of jewelry and the mounting of precious stones. H. W. MIXON, Jeweler and Optican. J. 5. POYTHRESS. Opportunity and Show You a fellow-feeling between the glasses and the eyes a feeling of restfulness and comfort. For it is more important to have your glasses fit your vision than to have your clothes fit your form. We are eye-experts and lens-experts and have been fit ting glasses for years. If your glasses need repairing or you require new or different glasses consult us. Jeweler and Optician. GROATAN CLUB ENTERTAINS. j Delightful Reception in Honor of j Senator Overman, the Dangh- j tera of the Confederacy and Confederate Veterans. The members of the Croatan Club and citizens of Vance county tendered a most delightful reception in'the Croatan Club rooms on Tuesdaday evening, May, 10th, to Senator Overman, the Daugh ters of the Confederacy, and Confederate Veterans. The new managers of the club, Mr. J. L. II. Missillier and his wife, greeted the guests most cordially at the top of the (steps and Mrs. Faucet te showed them to the cloak room. They were then pre sented by Mrs. J. T. Alderman to tbe president of the club, Col, Henry Ferry, and Mrs. Ferry, who in turn presented them to the distinguished guest of honor. Senator Overman, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cooper, Mrs. Junius Daniel, Mr.andMra. J. C. Kittrell. Mr. and Mrs. IL J.Corbitt, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lewis, Mr. Lynn Tucker of Richmond, Va., Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Manning. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. It. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. F. C Toepleman. Next came the punch room, the bowls being presided over by Mrs. Alex Cooper, Mr. Robert Davis, Mrs. I). Y. Cooper, Jr., Mr. I). Y. Cooper, Jr., and Mr. Geo. B. Cooper. In the next room receiving were Mayor aud Mrs. H. T. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Zollicoffer, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bel), Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harris, Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pittman, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Waddill, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bridgers, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Peace, Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Macon, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parham. The whole club was beautifully decora ted in numerous United States flags and cut flowers. The dining room color scheme was red and white. The table in lace cover tho centerpiece a basket of red and white roses with large bows of red ribbon about the corners and candle sticks with red shades. Mr. Ed Shaw and Miss Julia Cooper ushered them into the dining room. In this room were the following voung ladies and gentlemen: Mr. Gus Moore and Miss Lncy Petty, Mr. Leslie Perry and Miss Jessie Harris, Mr. Thomas Horner and Miss Amy Butler, Mr. Sid ney L. Stevenson and Miss Genevieve Cooper, Mr. Carroll Singleton and Miss Rebecca Watkins, Mr. L'dwiu Watkins and Mia Lala Burton, Mr. Bennett Perry aud Miss Irene Betts, Mr. Thomas Bullock and Miss Mary Perry. Miss Perry then invited them into the hall. This was a pleasant event for the Con federate Veterans and the many visitors to Henderson, the brilliant reception being a fitting climax to the glorious day. EYESIGHT DEFECTIVE? DR. S. RArPORT of Durham, will le in Henderson at the Massenburg Hotel, Tuesday, May 17tb. Glasses made to fit all Bights, by one who is well known and reliable; one who understands the eyes and their defects, and his charges for glasses are moderate indeed. . . . Foley's Kidney Pills are antiseptic, tonic and restorative nnd a prompt corrective of all urinary irregularities. Refuse mi bstitutee. Hold by all Druggiste. Pittsburg & Atla nta Tests Tests made under the supervision of the painters' association, proved that paint made with metal Zinc Oxide com bined with VV hite Lead was superior in lasting quality, to hand, made pure White Lead Paint. This won a great victory for scientific-machinery-made L & M. Paint. Evcrr color is bright and lasting and won't need renewal for 12 to lo years. It wears and covers like gold. Sold by Melville Dorsey, Hender son. ' COOL, OMFORTABLE, UNDERWEAR To fit every wearer. B. V. D. ATHLETIC and other styles. Boys' Athletic Suuits 50 cents. Men's Athletic Suits 70c. and $1.00 THE SUIT. Thomas & Newcomb. Millinery Specials FOR MID SUMMER. You get the LATEST GOODS at REASONABLE PRICES. A large stock to select from. Come to see me. Hrs. 0. 0. White. NOTICE To Justices of the Peace of Vance County. A 8 PP.OTIDED BY SECTIONS 707 AND 1. 71 of the Code of North Carolina, which Sections were re-enacted by Act of tbe General Aosembly of North Carolina at its setwion in 1899 (see Chapter 2f Public Laws 1800) the Justices of tbe Peace of Vance county are tiereny called to meet wiui tne Board of t-ouDty tommissioDers, in joint seottion, on the First Monday in June, 1910, for he purpose of levyiag the taxes for the year 1010, and thetransaction of such other business as mar lawfully come nefore toe joint meeting. This, the 4th day of May, 1910. JAMES AMO.S. Chairman Board of Comminsioners. K. W. Edwards. . Clerk to the Board. HENRY PERRY. INSURANCE. A stronsr line of both LIFE AND FIRE COMPANIES represented. Policies iscmed and risks placed to best advantage. Office: In Court House. The Rsdrvy Day. As a protection against rainy days save as much as possible during bright days, and put it at work in the bank. Your bank account will be like a shelter in time of stress and storm. Our bank is doing a great work in helping people prepare for future comfort and inde pendence. One cannot make too firm a decision to save. Let us be a help to you in making your money grow. We allow 4 per cent, compound interest. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. S. R. HARRIS. HENRY PERRY, S. T. PEACE, President. Vice-President. Cashier. For Coffee. We now have the agency for CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEES, and for this reason we are selling ALL other brands of coffee AT and BELOW COST, with the exception of TWO. wmmmm Phone No. 45. The City - . 1 When I Hie OiiMren 1 Go To School You have a feeling of secur ity if there are telephones in the community. As a means of protection the telephone is of inestimable value in rural districts. In widely separated districts neighbors can communicate quickly with each other and with the nearest town. Under our plan any farmer can secure telephone service at low cost For information write to our nearest Manager, or address : Farmers Line Department HOME TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. Henderson, N. C jf THE MASTERPIECE THE ll 'riff MAc.T;.'r;piKi:K tv Till? . . JA.i ViAfJ - ' ' " jf CONFECTIONER'S AltYjj far- -i-v frsv'Cv't-'m V4h .-. V When you were engaged 1 f Why not now? I fine Old Whiskeys Mail Orders Promptly Filled Syll! Goods Guarmnteed Under the Nations! Pun Food . f Y. We are Distillers. Our dirf-ct to consumer. Better goods and quicker shipments. Ve prepay all express charges and ship in plain packages. Pzs Gallov. OIJ R. V. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 Years Ofd . $3.50 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Years Old) . . 2.75 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Yeai s Oid) . . 2.50 . Corn Whikey . . one-half gallon $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 Gallons $4.50 Corn Whiskey, 3 Gallons . . . . . $6.50 Corn Whiskey, 4 GaHons, . $8.50 Oid Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Years Old; .... 4.00 Mountain Rye (2 Years Old 2.75 Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old 5. 00 App'.e Brandy (3 Years Old) ...... 3.00 Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) . . . . , 4.0 Write for complete price list ims, Ltc. liemit money or express order, bend us a trial order. You -ill ?i-t tLo quality. - C L ARKSVILLE VHISICEY HOUSE p&irtars Housekeepers, don't for get to buy your Sliced Ham, Chipped Beef, and Sliced Bacon, from THE CITY GROCERY CO., where you get it fresh, from the machine. Fresh Vegetables daily. Grocery Co. A GOOD LINE OF Toilet Articles, SUCH AS- Hudnut's, Colgate's AND Rieger's Extracts. CANT BE EXCELLED. Kerner-MacNair Company, Prescription Druggists. Phono 112. if' jwwnwa mm ,m v-.sfc w.i imJtB lift-, ra fffi VM 'fi $ w m vA vs, y "vA Whiskeys are a?-l properly. We ship on all grades of Whiskeys, Brandies, V fc-v t- rS Sl t-.t-.Sl. VA. wiitoDonert. " no other.