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If Yea Wast 3 I Be Sure A BUSINESS Til AT IS Worth Haying ADYERTISINS You are right by first writing an ad vert i semen t Bettiug forth the bargaiUH you of fer, and inuert it in the (JOLD LEAF. T h u h prepared forbiin inet, yn rau Tbeo 60 Ahead. To reach the people of Hen derson and sur rounding coun try, let them you hold out to get their trade by a well displayed adver tisement in - 18 THE FOUMDATiON or SUCCESS IN 111V DtKIHCCC Wurih Advsrtisin I.VKKV KAY IN THE YEAR. I Die 60LD LEAF 03 4 ID a. MIMING, Publisher. SDBSCE1H1CK ji.to m. VOL. XXIX. HENDERSON, N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910. NO. 28. Publication of Summons. ,(.. f North Carolina to the Sheriff of , ,. 1 unoty, fireetin: ,! AUK IIKRKIJY COMMANDED TO .imimioii Melissa Somerville, flattie viilf. tiliaH Hattie Wood, Annie Ed-li.-in-ral 1M wards, .lames Iteavis, l'.-,ivi-. KoHii Falkner, James Falkner, ui ItniviK, I-wiH Reavis, Hari j Iteavis, in IU-.ivih. ii to re found in your Coun , , i . I .-; r before the undersigned Clerk of i r.. rir Court of Vance County, North at his office in Henderson, X. C.,on tli day of July, l'.'lo, and plead, ans- .Viniir, to the etition already tiled in .;i.it. askiiiK for partition of the lot of iw I one hundred and fifty feet with ,.: :' merits, on North Hawkins Ave- Y .it Mn.ii li'urir. .V ., uetwtH.il the beir 1,1 Miirv Smii'-rville Van I.andinghmn, I i i 'i r .de thereof for partition .,1 t; U t hit in . f ,1- .! I. t iml.- .aiil Defendants take notice they appear and atmwer or de- 1- ai.! -am 1 m pel iiiiier win ui.y 10 .ii. 1 fur relief ilcinnnded in the petition. - tor t la- .'ale- of suid lot for partition of .-ee,lH. , -iiiciaoiiH issued for service by Jiubli- ,. the paitieH named being interested ,,t round alter due diligence. , .I--. - 1 1 1 1 . . t i 1 w 1 1 iieHH 111 v iiuau uiiu m-ai 01 naiu lane I."., li10. HENRY PERRY, 1 k "f 1 he SiiM'rior Court of Vance Coun- , t 1 Ha ks, Attorney for Petitioners. Administrator's Notice. t I IVi jl AI.II'IEI) AS ADMINISTRA- 1 1 t i.f the estate of Simon P. Kearney, . Ifur.i the Clerk of the Superior 1' of Vance county, all persona having iai- atfaitiHt the estate of said deceased i.i reliv notified to present them to me is entieil on or before the second day of ; . I'.ill, or this notice will be pleaded in 1 of their recovery. All persons indebted r ii l estate will please make immediate , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . I m, Mav .iotli, l'.HO. DR. J. E. BAXTER, .naiitiMrator of Simon P. Kearney, de I. 1: Mi Coin, Attorney. Your Property Represents Money, uti'l your momintile credit is based in. ,vli:il you own. hi iiMi inimiteri a tire can wipe out t lie savings of vflnra. Then look to y...ir KIRK IN'SUItANCi:. Had you not better make sure M Y that you have a strong policy? !i vour policy bears the lalel of the f I I I.KNS UANK it is equivalent to a ' i-rtitled chock in cane of a tire. W want your business. Insurance Department Citizens Bank. T. B. BULLOCK, Manager. Foley Laxative 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. Especiallyreconimended for women and children. Clears blotched complexions. Pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. For SaJe by all Druggists. WELD0N, N. C. Manufacturers of BRICK OF ALL. KINDS FIRE RRICK A SPECIALTY. j Prompt attention given orders. J. J. BETSCH. Local Agent. Il. n.lerson, N. C. Good News "I write to tell you the good news that Cardui has helped me so much and 1 think it is just worth its weight in gold," L writes Airs. Maryan Mar shall, of Woodstock, Gal "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." The Woman's Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache, backache pains in arms, shoulders and legs, dragging-down feelings, etc, or if you feel tired, weary, worn out and generally miser able Cardui will help yotu It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladies and ft you will only give it a trial, you will be thankful ever after. a. E 52 AR State Bonds Allotted. Bids Being in Excess of the Amount of Bonds Issued These Were Scaled in Some Instances Preference Given to North Carolina Bidders American Tobacco Compa ny Gets Seven Hundred Thousand Instead of One Million --Bid Was for One Million or for Any Part of That Amount. Raleigh News and Observer. The entire issue of the f3.430.000 of forty year four per cent North Car olina refundirg bonds has leen allot ted and yesterday State Treasurer B. It. Lacy made the announcement of the amount that goes to each bid der. The bids in the aggregate reached $3,730,000. this being $300,000 more thnn the full isue of $3,430,000. The amount allotted totheArnerieau Tobacco Compauy, which bid for $1,000,000, was scaled to $700,000, as that company in its bid stated that it was for $1,000,000 or for any part of that amount. This was the only bid made in which it was stated that only part would be accepted. There were bids from out of the State for several hundred thousands of dol lars at the first opening of bills, and these were all accepted, so none of these were scaled. The first bills amounted to $1,318,000 andnoneof theee were scaled. Under the law, which is very clear, the North Carolina bidders were given the preference, all the bids from these being accepted, and it was for this reason mat i.ne American jouacco Company, the only outside bidder at the second opening of bids, was pealed from $1,000,000 to $700,000. the State Treasurer, in a letter to the subscribers to State bonds, ex presses the appreciation of the State officers for their bids made, and asks all subscribers to remit for their bonds at once so that funds may be avail able on the first of July, and that those who have old bonds maturing July first, which they propose to use in payment, have them as early pos- po8sible in the hands of their Kaleigh correspondents. The new bonds are now being rapid ly signed by the Governor and State Treasurer, the official allotment, as announced by State Treasurer Lacy yesterday being as follows : Official Allotment of Bonds. R. P. Richardson, Jr., Inc., Reids- ville f 10,000 Wade R. Brown, Raleigh 3,000 D. F. Betts, Raleigh 20,000 A. L. Causae, Raleiirh 4,000 J J. Thomas, Raleigh 30.000 John W. Harden, Kaletgh 10.UOU Dr. D. E. Everett, Raleigh - 12.000 N. C. Home InmiranceCo., Ral eigh 40,000 B. B. Davenport, Newbern 4.000 Geo. E. Wilson, Charlotte 20,000 W. C. Conghenour, Salisbury 5,000 C. N. Allen, Raleigh 0.000 H. T. PhiliDS. Fairview 5,000 Jefferson Standard Life Ins. Co., Raliegh 50,000 B S. Jerman, Raleigh ,000 W. J. Armfleld and J. E. Cox High Point Sam'l L. Rogers, Raleigh E. R. Outlaw, Elizabeth City Dr. M. H. Fletcher, Asheville W. B. Mann, Raleigh Biggs & Johnson, Scotland Neck.. A. S. Rascoe, Elizabeth Citv C. K. Durfey, executor of Mrs. F. P. Tucker Ernest Haywood, attorney, Ral eigh Ernest Haywood, attorney Ernest Havwood, attorney Mrs. E. E. Swindell, Raleigh H. A. Foushee. attorney, Durham 10,000 10,000 8,000 1,000 10.000 10,000 25,000 50,000 15,000 12,000 1.500 19,000 8,000 29,000 Miss Rowe Wiggins. Wilmington.. C. C. McDonald, Raieigh 12,000 Bank of Windsor 10,000 Cabarrus Savings Bank, Concord 15,000 C. Leak, Rockingham tu.uuu John F. Bruton, Wilson 10.000 Marchinson's Nationat.Bank, W il- mington zo.uuu Fourth National Bank, Jtayette- ville 40,000 103,000 3.000 9.000 5,000 55,000 3,000 130,000 10,000 2,000 Citizens National Bank, Raleigh... Bank of Lewiston Dr. N. M. Ferrebee, Oxford Bank of Pittsboro Commercial National Bank Char lotte S. A. Ashe, executor Raleigh Banking and Trust Co.... National Bank of Goldsboro Bank of Morganton Fidelity Bank, Durham 50,000 Citizens Bank, Warrenton 5,000 Bank of Weldon 10,o00 Planter's Bank. Rockv Mount 10,000 Merchants National Bank, Raleigh UOU.uuo Citizens Bank, Henderson 25,000 B. Owen, Henderson 5.000 40,000 25,000 6,000 5.000 10,000 9,000 D. Y. Cooper, Henderson Commercial National Bank High Point Davis & Wiley Bank. Salisbury First National Bank, Salisbury.... People s National Bank, hahsbury Bank of Rich buuare Greensboro Loan Trust Co 18,000 Geo. W. Watts, Durham 25,00o Bank of Wavne, Goldsboro 6,000 Mrs. M. W. Ransom, Weldon 5,000 Batterv Park Bank, Asheville 130 000 First National Bank, Oxford 3,000 R. .1. Woodcock. Asheville :. 5.500 Bank of Moore, Carthage 8.000 J. II. Little, Wadeeboro o.ooo National Bank of Alamance, Gra ham i,WV Wachovia National Bank, Win ston ie,uoo Home Savings Bank. Greensboro 10,500 C. M. Vanstory. Greensboro 1,000 James T. Morehead, Greensboro .. .O00 Bank of Madison 5.000 Commercial National Bank, States- ville io ooo Brevard Banking Co 5-000 Henrv D. Aller. Beaufort 2.000 Henry D. Aller, Beaufort 500 R. J. Williams, Rocky Mount l.OOO Frank Thomson Jacksonville 5,000 Merchants and Farmers National Bank, Charlotte o.OOO T. T. Hicks, Henderson 5,000 Elizabeth A. MurDhv. Burgaw 3,000 People's Bank, Newbern 17,500 C. A. Raysor, Asheville 3.000 E. E. Britton, Raleigh 5,000 Wake f'onntv Savin its Bank. Ral eigh 81.500 Julian S. Carr, Durham 25,000 Pioneer B. & L. Association. Greensboro 500 W. T. Lyon, Oxford 1,000 J. W. Burton, Jacksonville 2,500 Bank of Rocky Mount 5,000 Wm. P. Metta, New Bern 20 000 J. W.-Tnrdee, Dunn 5,000 W. T . Weaver. Asheville 31 ,000 Ella S. Williamson, Raleigh 5,000 Bank of Edenton 3,000 Southern Loan & Savings Bank, Charlotte 5,000 Charlotte National Bank 15,000 W. H. McCabe, Charlotte 5,000 American Trust Co., Charlotte 5,000 Mary B. Trquhart, Lewiston 8,500 Dixie Fire Insurance Co., Greens boro 100.000 F. L. Gladstone, Hamilton 5,000 Southern National Bank.Wilmiug- ton 150.000 Commercial National Bank, Ral eigh 86,0O0 American Tobacco Co 700,000 Walker Bron., New York 50,000 Fidelity Mutual Life Ins.. Co.. Philadelphia 25,000 Mfred Williams, Raleigh l.OOO Girard Fire ins. Co.. Philadelphia 25,000 Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., New ark, N. J 200.000 W. II. Rand, Raleigh 2,500 F. B. Arendell, Raleigh 2,000 D. T. Poindexter, Raleigh 4,000 National Bank of Lillingtoa 2,000 A. W. Haywood, individually and attorney, Haw River 20,000 R. J. Reynolds, Winston 150,000 First National Bank, Ashehoro.... 5.000 Benton Koontz, Raleigh 3.000 E. H. Meadows, Newbern 12,000 Jo. E. Pogue and J.T. Rowland, Raleigh 4.500 Jos. E. Pogue, Raleigh 35000 Citizens Bank of Franklinton 5,000 W. T. Buchanan, Sanford G.000 W T. Buchanan, agent. Sanford.. " 9.000 Jolian S. Carr. Jr.. Durham 25.000 National Bank of New Bern 81.000 Citizen's National Bank, Durham. 25,000 rirst National Bank. Kinston 10.000 North State Life Insurance Co.. Kinston 5,000 Total 2,372,000 The following subscriptions were made from purely patriotic motives with the re quest that if not needed the subscription should not be counted. To this I agreed, and in accordance therewith, their names wilt be omitted in the allotment, and their certi fied checks will be returned: Murchinsons National Bank, Wil mington, additional subscrip tion S 50.000 J. S. Carr, Jr.. Durham 25.000 Branch Banking Co.. Wilson 5.000 Concord National Bank 5,000 B. R. LACY. State Treasurer. TWO NEW STATES ADMITTED. Constitutions flust bi Approved Bv the President Conditions That New riexico and Arizona Must Meet. Ihe President Iras oigned the bill for the admission of New Mexico and Arizona as States of the Union. If there h no hitch in the matter of ap proving the constitutions to be framed and adopted the States should be admitted early in lull. Conventions for the adoption of a constitution will first be held in each of the States. After the conventions have adopted constitutions these lat ter will be submitted to the people for ratification at special elections which must be held within from 60 to 90 days after the conventions adjourn. If the constitutions are not ratified, a new election for a constitutional convention will be held. After the ratification of the consti tutions by the people, the constitu tions will be sent to Washington for approval by Congress and the Presi dent. If they approve, or if the President approves and Congress fails to approve at the regular session of Congress, th President will certify his approval to the Governors, who, within 30 days after the receipt of such notice, must issue proclamations calling for special elections for the election of State and county officers, Chief Justice, Legislature. and other officers, as well as Representatives in Congress, these elections to be held within GO to 90 days; and when these elections have been held and the pro posed new States are ready to set up their governments, the President will issue a proclamation admitting them into the Union. There is a pro vision in the bill to the effect that no session of the Legislatures of the pro posed States shall be held in 1911. The Statehood law prescribes cer tain conditions upon which the Terri tories are to be admitted. There must be adopted, along with their constitutions, in the form of an "ir revocable ordinance," which cannot be changed without congression al consent, certain stipulations and conditions contained in the State hood law, os follows: Perfect toleration of religious senti ment; polygamv to be forever prohib ited; the sale of liquor to be forever prohibited to Indians and the Pueb los: debts and liabilities of the Ter ritories to be assumed and paid by the new States; public schools to be established, free from sectarian con trol, and pupils to be taught in Eng lish; the new States are never to en-; act any law restricting or abridging the right oi suffrage on account ot race, color or previous condition of servitude, and ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language sufficiently well to conduct tne duties oi omce witnouc rue aia oi . i ii i - an interpreter, snau oe necessary qualifications for all State and legis lative officers; certain stipulations relating to public lands. Santa .reisio De meuupiiai ui new Mexico until changed by special election, and no such election is to be held before 192o. Phoenix is to be the capital of Arizona under similiar conditions. Two sections of land in every town ship in each proposed State are to be given to the States for the support of the common schools. The following grants of public lands are made to each new State: 200,000 acres for university purposes; 100,000 acres for legislative, executive and ju dicial buidings and payment ot bonds; 100,000 acres for insane asylums; 100,000 acres for penitentiaries; 100,000 acres for deaf, dumb and blind schools and asylums; 50,000 acres for hospitals for disabled miners; 200,000 acres for normal schools; 100,000 acres for State char itable, penal and reformatory institu tions; 150,000 acres for agricultural and mechanical colleges; 150,000 acres for schools of mines; 100,000 acres for military institutes, and 1,000,000 ares for payment ot bonds. Pain anywhere stopped in 20 minutes sure wiOi one of Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. The formula is on tbe 25-eent box. Ask your Doctor or Druggist abontthis formula. Stops womanly pains, headache, pains any where. Write 'Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., for free trial to prove ralue. The Taragon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold on a guarantee that if you are not satisfied after using two-thirds of a botil according to directions, your money will be refunded. It is up to yon to try it. Sold by all dealers. Great Removal Sale. $15,000 Stock of Furniture To be Sold at and below As we are going to move building below tbe new postoffice doing do, beginning Wednesday, June 22, 1910, AND CONTINUING UNTIL JULY 16th, We are offering our entire stock of FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS at and below cost to save cost and trouble of moving same. Now Is Your Opportunity to Purchase and save yourself dollars. Tbis is no "Bankrupt" or "Forced Sale.'' We simply bave too many goods to move and prefer to get cost or less for tbem ratber tban stand the possible loss in damage and breakage by removal. Positively every article in our store at and below cost. We mean what we say. Call and let us show you. Hughes-SMI Furniture Company. No goods will be charged to any One during this sale STRICTLY CASH. ei mm (Product of the Oxford Buggy Company) LIGHT RUNNING , y E TRADi MARK C "The Vehicle With at Pedigree." Strongly Built, Handsome, Durable. Runs Easy, R,ides Easy. The popular favorites wherever You 11 understand if you investigate. Oxford Buggy Company's buggies are sold in Henderson by The Beacom 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 ;n the building trade, and are ready to deliver any quantity of siding, flooring, laths, shingles promptly when ordered from Phone No. 30 if and HoaseFarnisbings Cost to save moving. into new quarters (Tbe Teiser before site) to reduce stock 0 . sold. "THERE'S A REASON. Sipply Co. Pedigree is everything. Here are cigarettes that boast it Blended of pure Carolina and Virginia tobaccos leaf that traces its ancestry back to the ori gin of smoke- their flavor is exquisite. A product of the sunny south. Mild and Satisfying 10for5c Baseball pictures and a valuable coupon in each package Old Mill Cigarettes are packed in TINFOIL THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO J. S. P0YTHRESS To Make a Desert Bloom. Charlotte Chronicle. It is twelve miles aross from Wil mington to Wrightsville. South of this line, that strip of New Hanover county is shaped like a wedge, coming to a point at Fort Fisher. This wedge-shaped section between ocean and river is almost uninhabited, but the indications are that in the course of a few years it will be converted into the most productive atrip of soil in the State. Since last March an expert from the United States Geological Survey has been going over it map- Eing out plans for its drainage, where y it can be converted into farming lands. The expectations are that with its reclamation, it will produce rice, corn and cotton, perhaps of sea island quality. In this proposed de velopment there are great possibili ties for that section of New Ilanover. The Man Who Smiles. Wilmington Dispatch. A man who smiles is worth some thing to this life, but one who makes others smile is worth more, and one who makes others smile and leaves a heritage to keep them smiling is worth even more. To the last noted class belonged Bill Nya. Hence we are heartilv with the movement to substantially perpetuate his memory by the erection of a suitable monu ment. Foley's Kidney Pillscontain in concentrated form ingredients of established therapeutic value for tbe relief and enre of all kidney and bladder ailments. Sold by all Druggists. TRIBUTE TO A GREAT EDITOR. His Brethren of the Press and Others Honor One Whose Pen is Silent- Joseph Pearson Caldwell. WriirhtBville Beach Special, 9th. to Charlotte Observer. The sweetest tribute the Fourth Estate ever paid an absent brother was laid at the feet of Joseph Pear son Caldwell, editor of the Charlotte Observer and dean of the North Car olina press, tonight at the annual banquet ol tne association. A va cant chair reversed to the festive board at the right hand of the toast master pointed mutely to a gorgeous garland of flowers, festooned with spotless white ribbon that marked his vacant place at the table. An in vitation card upon which was writ ten the one word, "Regrets," lay be side the ink-well and idle pen. A hush fell upon the assembly as Charles N. Evans, banker and warm personal friend of the absent editor, who pre sided as toa9t-master, arose, and, pointing to the silent pen, eloquently introduced Iredell Meares, Esq., of the Wilmington bar, toexpress to the assemblage the profound sorrow of these good men and true at the ab sence of the man tliey ever delighted to honor. Mr. Meares' tribute was eloquent. No words can do justice to his appre ciation of the standard which he said Mr. Caldwell had spt for North Caro lina. Succeeding speakers, notably Major E. J. Hale, of Fayetteville, and James H. Caine, of the Asheville Citi zen, added garhnd.s to the wreathof tributes that wms garnered tonight. In presenting his paperou the open ing day f the meeting of theassocia- tion, Mr. Archibald Johnson, editor of Charity and Children, the historian, said: "The tallest man among us has re tired from the field. His flashing sword is too heavy for any other hand. He performed a service in North Carolina journalism, the value of which we did not kno until we lost him. The pages of the Charlotte Ob server, still Dngnt and strong, nave lost the radiant glow of othersyears. Joseph Pearson Caldwell was the greatest editor that our State has produced. He attended the Press As sociation at nendersonvllle, and we hoped that be would again buckle on the armor, but Providence willed it otherwise. He was. stricken shortly after that delightfnl meeting and they tell us there is no hope that ever again we shall hear his clarion call. This is the most important and the sad dest event that has transpired within the year. to speak, brutally between the eyes, this man the world loves! Thecritical attitude is not possible in his presence, and his faults dissolve in the infinitely sunny hypocracy of hi3 smile! What he wants, that has be always ob tained. Luck guides his feet and throws across his shoulders her man tle of cloth of gold. He is success riding high and triumphant upon the shoulders of life. "The basis of all of which is that the man has one great inspiration, to tell tbe world that it ought to do that which the heart of the world, still pure and aspiring amid all its grossness and all its weakness, still holds in its ever hopeless ideal jus tice, fairness, honesty, self-reepect, the strength which exerts itself only that tenderness may result. The vision of this jewel tbis magician flashes before the eyes of tbe world which has sought it in vain, so that in a radiance it seems to glow upon hw own forehead. Whereupon the world endows with tbe quality of its own inherent goodness the one man with assurance sufficient to seek to appropriate it to his own use and purposes." . In sickness, if a certain hidden nerve goes wrong, then the organ this nerve controls will also surely fail. It may be a Stomach nerve, or it may have given strenrth and sup port to tbe Heart or Kidneys. It was Dr. Shoop that first pointed to this vital truth. Dr. Snoop's Rertorative was not made to dose the Stomach or ts temporarily stimu late the Heart and Kidneys. That old fashioned method is all wrong. Dr. Shoop's Restorative go-s directly to these failing in side nerves. Tbe remarkable success of this prescription demonstrates tbe wisdom of treating the actual cause of these failing or gans. And it is indeed easy to prove. A simple five or ten days test will surely tell. Try it oaev, and see! Sold at Tbe Paragon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. Dr- Miles Actl-Paln Pills relieve pain. Theodore Roosevelt America's Most Unique Citi zen No Man Ever Did as Little to Claim So Much, Knew So Little to Pretend So Greatly, Advanced With Greater Hubbub or Retired With Equal Stealth, Says This Writer Luck Guides His Feet and Throws Across His Shoulders Her Mantle of Cloth of Gold. On the occasion of Col. Roosevelt's home coming the Richmond Virgin ian contained this editorial under the simple heading "He." There are those who will think that the writer has correctly sized up the Ex-President while others still will not agree with this estimate, and the reader is left to form his own conclusion. greatest city in the world M as hys terical as a girl s boarding school over the appearance of a likely lad in the campus, and the country which we are so fond of declaring is the grandest that the sun ever shone upon is thrilling reeponsively in every hamlet because a private citizen wno has elected to become peripatetic preacher and school master to the world at large is neanng home once more. "It were redundant to recount the manifold adventures, the signal tri umphs, and the unprecedented honors which have fallen to the lot of this extraordinary personage. As Ameri can press agent, as his own best ad vertisement, as a liver tonic to man kind, the individual whose name, for the sake of novelty, will not here be mentioned has proved a most un qualified success. He has in a sense justified the appeal which he has made to his own countrymen by denx onstrating that they are universal and not racial heartstrings which he knows so well how to touch. In time of profound peace and world sluggishness he has banished dry rot wherever he has appeared. In coun tries where the tradition is of class he has won applause by the exhibition of a democracy a little too much ! emphasized, perhaps, but for all that enective and entrancing, in courts where it is almost high treason to question the sovereign's act or to criticise governmental policy, he has committed the breach of etiquetle speaking his opinion as frankly as though he were telling it to a bar keeper. And through it all he has rolled up enthusiasm before him as a ship carries a "bone m her teeth, until now it is breaking with resound ing volume upon home shores. "To say why these things are true is as impossible as it is to prophesy with any hope of accurate statemen what this man of carefully calculate impulses will do or say tomorrow next week, or next fall. Like the big fish in the pool, he will probably now be still a while and let the current of public opinion bring to his quick eye a morsel worth the taking, just as in the African jungles he lost himself to the world, while hirmelf never losing sight of it. Which way he will dart next, or when, or why, no man can say. No more can the people in the mass anticipate their own movement than his. It is exactly because, with the eyesight in the muddy stream of politics that an eagle evidence in the clear light of open space, this master diagnostician of events knows the di rection of the people before they know it themselves, that he attains a real leadership through following the crowd so adroitly as to seem to head it. It is this discovery of things with in the heart of the average man that the man himself does not suspect and would repudiate, that constitutes the wonder and the charm of a truly wonderful man. "If the people of America no, in justice let us say, if tbe people of the world were accustomed to use the logic of which they are capable; if it were true that all tbis rot and en thusiasm and servile bending of tbe knee to notoriety followed upon thoughtful analysis then tbis great hunter's resounding receptions would spell'a humiliating condition of world tnorald or world intelligence. It is forever the truth that this man who has been in control of the govern ment of a great people, who is again to tet himself at the head of the law making system of the nation, is him self tbe spirit of lawlessness incarnate. It is true that his ambition is as ruthless as that of any of tbe Caesars. It is true that bis chicane can be on occasion as cynical as that of a Ma chiavelli. It is true that he is not only not above dirtying his bands in dubious bargains, but capable after wards of brazen denial of the estab lished fact. It is true that he will desert a friend for an enemy. It is true that no such braggart ever trod the earth. It is true that no man ever did as little to claim so much, knew eo little to pretend so greatly, advanced with greater hubbub or re tired with equal stealth. He has won a peace prize and never forgot ten to glorify war with himself as its chiefs product and exponent. XT a ti.nnnn'Ml mfllofnotnra r f rrr-aaf ! wealth in public only to truckle to them lrisecret. lie Da taiKea oi iua "square deal" ad nauseam and gone about distributing lemons. He poses as a statesman, who never put a policy into practice. He makes a fad of "conservation," whose one achieve ment was a panic! "Tbis is the man we honor today, as everyone will agree who wili put back upon his head tbe bai Le has been throwing in tbe air and honestly think upon what tbe man has been, what he has said and what he has done. But the world, like a woman, does not bring reason to bear upon its loves and tbis man who has flat tered and cajoled it, who has violated its ethics and shaken its opinions, who has time after time struck it, so H. L. PERRY, Attorney at Law, Henderson, N. C. 0!Hcel37 .... Main Street. W. 0. Metts, Henderson, N. C. Sheet Metal and Oalvanized IronWorker. Manufacturer of Tobacco Fluon, Tin and Slate Roffing, Guttering and Spouting, &c. Work shop and wareroom. Davit litiild- DK, opposite Southern Oroecry Co. HENRY PERRY, INSlRANCE. A strong line of both LIFK AND FlUK COMPANIES represented. Policies iwun-d and risr placed to best advautagt. Office: : In Court nous. P. H. Montgomery & Go. OXFORD. N. C. Sanitaru Plumbers, Steam Fitters and Electricians. Supplies, Fixtures and Repairs. Wiring and Electrical Work in all Its branches. It iih furnish rou estimates on anything in our line. All Work Guaranteed. Tell Some Sick One It I Free If It Fails. Will you do an act of Humanity T Will ycii fell some sick friend of this, my remarkable offer? Tell him or her. that you have lsrnod of a medicine so certain that 1U tnuker dare nay to the sick, "It ii absolutely and unconditionally true It it fall." And you, no doubt, already know of Dr. Shoop's Restorative and lu popularity. For 20 years It has been the standard rem edy for Stomach, Kidney aud Heart allmuuts everywhere in America. When the "inside" or controlling nerves of theto vital organ begin to fail. It la Dr. Khoop't Bestorative that has quirkly vital ijsud. and streug thened, and brought thtso nerve and, organ back to health again. I do not dose the Stomach, nor stimulate ths Heart or Kidney s for that In all wrong. Dr. Shoop's He to rati vo goo direct to ths Cause of thoso ailments the falling, faltering. Inside or controlling nerves. And herein lies ths keynote to my success. When these nerve are a (rain madu well and strong, then that 1 the ctrtuiu end of all such sickness. Torolti a gT'-at satisfaction that I am the only physician all to say to the suffering sick. "Take my prescription for full 00 day, and if it falls to help you. the entire exponas 1 mine not yours." Then tchyshoithiUie givk 'take any chance on any other meilMne, whose maker dare not bark it Just as I do ly this remarkable offer t I also have a Rheumatic Hemedy and that remedy Is covered l y the uiui identical So liclp. no pay" protective plan. Decides, you are free to commit Tnn Jnst a you ironM your honi pliysk-laii. My ajvl and the book be low are your and wiUiout eot. Perhaps a word or two from tnn will clest up soma serious ailment. 1 have helped thousand upon thouunda by my prfvnta prescription of personal advice plan. My U-.t effort is surely worth your simple request. So let me send you an order at once. Take the message to tome sick friend. A postal will bring the opportunity. I will have an honest and trustworthy drag, gist to whom you can conveniently kj lur ths M day trit. But first, ask me for the order, for all drug. gists are not authorized to rive Uie W) day test. Ho writa me now and save all delay. Ii. member that tomorrow never comes. Address Dr. Shoop, Box li, l'jusine. Wis. Wales M SkaU I ta TT T0. 1 On Dyipepsla No. 2 On the Heart Ko. S On ths Kidneys No. 4 For Women No. 6 For Men No. 6 OnKluiumaUsav Choice Cut Flowers. Hoses, carnations, violets and vallies our specialties. Wedding bouquets In all of tbe newest styles, floral designs and bouquets arranged in the mot artistic styles at short notice. Shade trees, rose bushes, climb ing roses, evergreens, shrubbery and hedge plants in great vari eties. Mail, telegraph and telephone orders promptly executed, by J. L. (VQUINN & CO., Florists, T Pboas M9 KALEIUH, N. C. 4 Benton Mineral Wafer. 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, B. F. D. No. "., Henderson, N. C. r A. G. Daniel. 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