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THE HENDBKSON GOJLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910.
You Are Sure Of Three Things When You Become A Depositer Here. 1st. A State Bank is a strong Bank State supervision makes it so. 2nd. Our Capital and Surplus and strong JJoard of Directors give you additional se curity. 3rd. Unvarying courtesy and excellent Banking facilities are always extended. New Accounts Invited. Citizens Bank of Henderson, HENDERSON, IV. C. vi;ry low prices. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles I)ooi", Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS. (i ! ATS" AND ili-rwear tit LAI)II'S' Hummer un II. TIIOMASOX'S. 1) I'MlTMKNI ih more complete t li.tli cV'T. Il)ivi-'in M rm;i ijt iuu uiit-n ih.!.- an') n-cfivf a nice juvsent with "i.'ii SAl.i: OK KKNT The Cheek 1 .!a t 7 roo'ii hoiiHe, electric lights, c,f uo.I water, Krden and grape iin-- Mil ilie premineH. For terms, etc., I pply t.. VLLX J. I'lihKK. ir; rsi: AM) LOT for wile or rent I'I'lv W. W. PARK Kit. SAI i:- A good milch Price 00. cow, 4 Address 1 eai'ri old 1 1,1- illi Mr and Mrs. Brooks I'arham aiv at !,.rrlii'iid City. .l. lni' S couldn't "come back" but tl hill collector and the slick nickel Mrs. I I 'n-il.-t Kalcill. Miss II 1. Mangum and little son, are visiting relatives in n Forbes of Greenville, is vint ing Miss Marie Manning in Hen- i. I' -iiii. Mrs. A. divi have .1. Harris and three chil irone to Panacea Springs fur several weeks. Mi . Oilmer Dale of Yadkin College, i vi.-iting hisaunt, Mrs. R. R. Satter wliite, in Hemlerson. Mrs. .1. li. H. Missillier has been spending several days in and around Norfolk t he past week. Mildred and Jessie Wester return id yesterday from a visit to Louis hiirgand Franklinton. Mrs. C. A. Wyehe of Rosemary, lame Tuesday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Manning. Mrs H. 11. Home of Greenville, is visiting the family of her brother, Kev. .1. T. B. Hoover, in Henderson. Mr. A. C. Zollicoffer has gone to charlotte to attend the State Demo cratic convention which meets to dav. Little Misses Laura Thomas are visiting bullock's in Warren and Elizabeth at Mr. John count v for a Week. Misses Nannie and Lucy White of Lute! prise, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace White in Henderson this wceek. Mrs. X. 1). Wells, little daughter, Ciladvs and infant son, left last week for I'rinceton, her old home, to spend ;i nil nt h or six weeks. Miss Marie Manningreturneilhome last week from Greenville and Tar tu mm where she had been visiting friends and relatives. Several cotton blooms were report ed last week. Warren Perry, colored, H Ih i tirst farms near town, reported the one, on the Nth. Co Henry Perry is having a small hiiih ling em-ted on his lot opposite the court house for use as an office by liissun, Mr. Leslie Perry. Mrs. A. H. Houff has returned from Staunton, Va., her old home, where he has been for several weeks visit ing rel itives and friends. Mis. .1. A. MeCIure, children and '''U se left last week for Mrs. Mcdure's old home near Staunton, Va., where i hey will spend a mouth or two. Mis. Edward Hines and Mrs. W.T. I.stes have gone to the country to pend a week with their parents. Mr. ""i Mrs. U. B. Henderson, at " Katy- Mrs. Sabelia Betts went to Wil-niin- toii this week to visit herdaugh Cr. Mrs Lucy Farriss. and will " some tune at rigntsville i Mrs. . 'I :e .'iters H. Taft and two little Vdelaide and Frances, of i". are visiting Mrs. Taft's Mr. ami Mrs. J. T. R. Hoo- I. en Henderson of Newport Ne .'I . Mr a came last week to spend with Mrs. Edward Hines. and 1 Mrs. R. B. Henderson, in the i'"'l:;try. Miss Christine Davis, daughter of M and Mrs. Henry A. Davis, has re ''it : ed home from a pleasant, visit to her cousin, Mrs. R. I. Seymour, at '"'"adnux, Va. intelligence reaches "rival at Bremen of us of the safe the steamshin on which William Manning a iiassencrer. on hia w,. n -MnMii. Switzerland. ( Misses Annie and Fannie Young of 'igh, have been guests at the '':' of Mrs. W. A. Hunt, Miss "ilia Cooper, Miss Genevieve Cooper " 1 Miss Mary Perry. H"t is no name for the state of he weather we have been having llllj'y. But it makes thecropegrow, "'d withgood crops times willbebet ;i r next fall and winter Mr. and Mrs. W tl... 1 : . a 1 . i H. Wester and '.- nine uoys returned Mondav 'Horning from Xnrfo.lL- u-i cFt.u.,,B several days at the seaside resorts adjacent thereto. lnrr sevArol ,1 .1 Mr. James Jones who has been here y'itnig his parents, Col. and Mrs. T. . ''ones, for two weeks, left Tuesday 'or Altanta, where he has a position with the Western Union Telegraph Mr. Edward Hines left yesterday for Greensboro to npend n week or ten (Ihvh, taking his vacation. Dur ntr his absence Mr. Thomas Bullock will perform tin? duties of teller of the CitizenH Bank. Returning from Chmlottrt where she had been to visit relative, Miss Minnie Mills of Onatioock, Va., stop ped over Tuesday to upend a few dajH in Henderson mm the truest of Miss Marie Manning. Three very attractive j-oung ladies, Misses Margaret Holey, of Graham, Agnes Wills of Brinkleyville, and Ruth Tompkins, of KdgehVhJ, S. C, are visiting Miss Janie Harris at her home in Wc.it Henderson. Mr (iMnriro Miiiinimr tlia rnurcliunf. mut miser5 of Alert.Vranklin coun ty, spent Monday night m Hender son. He said the shows didn't bring him but that was no reason he would not take them in "being as how" lie was already here. The young men of the town are ar ranging for a dance to be given on Friday eveningcomplimentary to the visiting youngladies. The fine Italian band here with the Maryland Shows, will furnish music and this will be an enjoyable feature. Mrs. R. C. Craven and little daugh ters, Muriel and Josephine, returned last week from Tarboro where they had been visiting friends. Mr. Craven joined them after the district con ference at Williamston closed and came home with them. By card published elsewhere K. W. Edwards announces himself for re election to the office of register of deeds. Mr. Edwards' record is well known. How well the office hasbpen conducted under his administration is familiar to all. No county ever had a better register of deeds than Kenneth Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McCoin, Miss Irene Betts and Messrs. Thomas Horner and Carroll Singleton "drove in" Sunday morning from their automobile trip extending as far as New York and Atlantic City. They had no accident of consequence and the trip was an enjoyable one from ' beginning to end. A postal card just received an- nounces the safe arrival in Paris j of Mrs. Mattie L. Wortham of Rich- mond.Vvbo is making a European tour again this summer. Havingenjoyed the trip so much last year she said she could not resist the temptation to go again but her travels will cover somewhat different territory. Misses Aileen and Mildrd Lewis are entertaining a party of their Con verse College, friends, Misses Buford nud Annie Sims of Spartanburg, S. C, May Richardson of Greensboro, Susie Whitehead of Salisbury, Johnsie Adams of Gnstonia, and Helen Crew shaw of Louisburg a bevy of bright and attractive girls who add much to social life and enjoyment. Mrs. W. R. Wilson and son, Clem, and Mrs. T. A.Patillo and daughter, Miss Bessie, of Dalla, Texas are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. John T. Thomas in Henderson. They will remain until September or October spending the time with relatives in the county. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Patillo are sis ters of Messrs. John and Phil Thomas and have many friends hereabouts. Mr. J. T. Freeman an English watchmaker, is now employed at Wells' jewelry store taking the place of Mr. Thomson in charge of the work department. Mr. Freeman is a skilled and capable workman and Mr. AVells considers himself fortunate in securing his services. He came here from Petersburg, Va., where he has been working for some time. The report of Alpheus Cooke, town treasurer, for the six months ending June -'iOth is in hand and will be pub lished next week. Mr. Cooke was sick and could not get the matter ready as early as he intended and when handed in it was too late for this week's paper. However, no harm is done by the delay and it will be interesting information as show ing the working of the town govern menthow and for what the money is spent when it is published. The editor acknowledges the com pliment of a couple of serenades at his home by the Italian Band whose splendid playing so is enjoyed this week. Unable to walk up town where the open air concerts are given to hear them, on account of her re cent sickness, the band very kindly volunteered to go to the house and play for the special benefit of Mrs. Manning, an act of courtesy and con sideration which was appreciated by all concerned. Col. Henry Perry publicly an nounces himself a candidate to suc ceed himself as a Clerk of the Superior court of Vance countv. Saying this nothing needs to be added. Col. Ter ry requires neither introduction nor commendation. There is not a bet ter man or better official anywhere. So far no opposition has developed against him, and there will be none probably, but Col. Terry feels that it is a courtesy due his friends to let them know that he la willing to serve them further and will appreciate their support. "Is Life Worth Living?" Mr. MolHe MeRaney, Prentiss, Miss., writes that she had a severe case of kidney and bladder trouble, and that four bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy cured her sound and well. She closes her letter by saying: "I heartily recommend Foley's Kidney ltemedy to any sufferer of kidney disease. It saved uay life." Sold by all druggists. Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine cab do mora. Sold by all drugjriati. Generosity of Mrs. D. Y. Cooper. There is no more zealous friend of the Jackson Training School than Mrs. D. Y. Cooper of Henderson, who is a member of the board of trustees. ! And si 9 shows her interest by her I good works. She has just supplied I a long felt want by the gift of u sur ; rey to the institution, of which The Uplift says this: Speaking for a pressing need among j many needs of the Jackson Training School some months ago. The Uplift ii-en tioced among them a nurrey. For three people to reach the station or Con pord, it required a wagon or two bug gies. Not so now. By the goodneefl and the generosity of Mrn. I). Y. Cooper, of Henderson, N. ('., the Jackson Training School possesses a splendid rahbertired surrey, and it fills beautifully and comfortably a long felt want. Mrs. Cooper has no idea what a great service uhe has rendered the insti tution by this thoughtful act of hers. The editor of The Uplift had but struck the ground before a dozen boys broke the news of the arrival to him. Mrs. Cooper, a member of the board of trustees, never loses an opportunity to do service to the institution in which she is deeply interested. This want has been supplied but there Is another one we dare say would be worth almost as much in practical re sults and pleasure to the boys as any thing that could be suggested, and that is a set of brass band instruments. On this point, in the same connection with Mrs. Cooper's gift. The Uplift says: Oh, that set ol baud instruments. Where is the man or the woman that had about decided to donate them? Five hundred dollars is the cost, and the pos session of these instruments would con tribute to the interest and welfare of the boys during these long hot evenings, and when winter comes they would be of incalculable service. The donor can not be exactly named just now, but he or she will soon be we are doingjust what will cause it to come to pass. Elon College. We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Ulon College, which appears in this issue. This institution, which next year begins its 21st session, is located in the delightful Hill Country of North Carolina, and is far famed for its healthfulness; many people jroiner there during the vacation for their health. It has every modern couvenience, on the railroad, with telephone and teleirranh connections with all parts of the world, with six passenger trains daily, with towns of considerable size accessible to it; and yet with all. it is a suburban com munity. It combines all the advantages of city life and of country life, and with out the disadvantages of both. Quite a number of students from our county have attended this institution and all of them have been well pleased as far as we know. The terms are very moder ate indeed, ranging from .$ 112.00 to $ 187.00 in the regular literary work for ten months. The institution offers special course to teachers which has the approval ot state superintendents. It has a three years course leading to a degree for teachers. It offers three other courses leading to baccalaureate degrees, non professional. Those who are interested in an institution of this kind, will do well to write either to Emmet t Moffit, Pres ident, or to W. A. Harper, Dean., Ulon College, N. C. and they will do this paper a favor to meution it in connection with the letter they write. .. . We are glad to learn that there is no truth in tin report current here a few days ago that Private Cohn, a member of the Vance Guards, was the victim of an accident at the Morehead encampment, getting one of his legs shot off. How such a story gained currency we have no idea but it, is gratifying to know that it was with out foundation. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LUt-AI-i Al'i'iai A 1 IDAS, as they can not reach the seat of t.lu- disease. Catarrh is a. blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it vou must take internal rem edies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal Iv, and acts directlv on the mood and mu cous Kurfaoes. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a, quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country tor years and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curinp: Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. .1. CHEXKY A CO., Props., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. J. C. Kittrell, commissioner, adver tises to sell a certain parcel of land in Kittrell township, the home of the late Turner Hawkins, near Kittrell, at public auction to the highest bid der for cash at the court house door in Henderson, at 12 o'clock Monday, August loth. See notice elsewhere for further particulars if interested. Stomach Feels Fine. One or two Mi-o-na Tablets Drive Away Distress from Stomach. Get a 50 cent box of Mi-o-na tab lets todav and learn for yourself how easy it is to put your out of order stomach in perfect condition. Mi-o-na stomach tablets give in stant relief and do more. They build up the stomach so quickly that in a few days belching, sourness, heartburn, heaviness, bili ousness, headache and dizziness will entirely disappear. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are guar anteed to cure indigestion and all stomach ills or money back. "I have been troubled with my stomach for two years. I tried every thing 1 heard of. Mi-o-na stomach tablets did me more than 2.".00 worth of good. They are the best in the world." Dennis Stephen, Coud- ersport, Pa., Feb. 1, 11)10. i ifty cents for a large box of Mi-o-na at druggists everywhere, and at W. "V. Parker's who guarantee them. Administrator's Notice. HAVIXG QUALIFIED AS ADM1XIST1U tor of the estate of Turner Hawkins, de ceased, before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance county, all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are here by notified to present them to me duly veri fied on or before the sixteenth day of June. 1911, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate paymeut. This June 11th. 1910. J.C. KITTRELL. Administrator of Turner Hawkins, deceased. Publication of Summons. HALL VS. HCNT AND OTHERS. The State of North Carolina to Captain Ira Hunt, Greeting: YOC ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO appear at the Court Houee in Hen derson. N. C, before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County on August 6th. 1910. and answer the complaint of Grant H. Hall in which he asks far the sale for partition of Argent Hawkins rot And you are notified that if you fail to answer tlie said complaint within the time prescribed by law the plain tiff will apply to the Court for the relief de manded in the complaint. Seal Giren under my hand and seal of the Superior Court July 5. 1910. HENRY PERRY. Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance Coun ty, ..;. T, T. Hicf a, PlalntifTB Attorney. Hospitals. When a town attains a certain size, a hospital becomes indespensable. No county with any size ought to be without a hospital. The treatment of the sick in a hospital is so infinite-1 came the assurance was that they ly superior to treatment in the home! would le all right free from graft, that the comparison is hardly ncces-1 gambling or questionable features sary. The home was mant for well ! of any kind nothing bpt clean, le people only. In its sanitary arrange-: gitirnate attractions and innocent ments, it took no thought of the , amusement, each presenting a bill sick. worth the small admission charged On the other hand, hospitals are and moiv. And in this claim thos for the exclusive treatment of theail- who have patronized the Maryland ing and the convalescent. It is usual- Shows this week will cheerfully boar ly aseptic and sanitary. Hospital the management out. fees' are comparatively low but lit- tie higher than doctor bills in the i home. And the patient's chances of recovery in the hospital are far great er, lne doctor and the nurses can give the patient so much closer at tention, lhe family doctor ought to have ready access to a good hos pital, where he can take all his serious cases. It is only a question of time when all dangerous maladies, will have treatment in hospitals public or private. Shelby Highlander. The Gold Leaf agrees with all that is said in the above, and its regret for years is that Henderson cannot boast such an institution. There is need of a hospital here great and pressing need and it is gratifying to believe that this long felt want is about to be supplied in a measure at least. There is a movement on foot which it is hoped will lead to the es tablishment of a hospital or private sanitarium in the near future. We have the doctors men of skill and ability to do the work all right but tne facilities lor successful oper ation are lacking that is hospital equipment and nursing treatment afterward. Proper attention in the way of nursing is the physician s support and dep ndence, and this the patient cannot receive in the home under ordinary conditions. Let us do all in our power to en courage the movemeut toward start ing a hospital in Henderson. Kerosene Kills Lockjaw Germs. Immediately a child sustains an in jury from fireworks, but especially tiie toy pistol and the giant fire cracker, a physican should be sum moned, who will inject an immunizing dose of tetanus antitoxin. Dr. John B. Huber in the American Review of Reviews. In connection with which Dr. R. B. Glasgow, editor of the Burlington (N. J.) Gazette, says this which we publish with pleasure for the benefit of those concerned: The above will appeal to the pro fessional mind at once, but what answer will you make to him who asks what may be done pending the coming of the doctor? That is easy, as the Koran says saturate the wound with ordinary kerosene. That is all. That is cheap, easy, simple and sure. A Few Short Weeks. Mrs. J. S. IWteH.Edwardsville, 111., writes: " few months no my kidneys became con jested. I had severe backache and pain across the kidneys and hips. Foley's Kidney Pills promptly cured my backache and corrected the action of my kidneys This was brought about after my using them for only a few short weeks and I can cheerfully recommend them." Sold by all druggists. A good milch cow, 4 years old, is advertised for sale. Price $35.00. If interested address this office. A failins tiny nerve no longer than the finest silken thread takes from the Heart its impulse, its power, its regularity. The St orsach also has its hidden or inside nerve. It was Dr. Shoop who first told us it was wrong to drug a weak and failing Stom ach, fleart or Kidneys. His prescript ion Dr. Shoop's Restorative is direct ed straight for the cause of these ail ments these weak and faltering inside nerves. This.no doubt, clearly explains why the Restorative has of late grown so rapidly in popularity. Druggists say that those who test the Restorative even for a few days soon become fully convinced of its wonderful merit. Anyway, don't drug the organ. Treating the cause of sickness is the only sensible and successful way. Sold at The Paragon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. "THE LADIES' STORE." 16 Button Length Blue and Pink GLOVES. Half Price. Also Nice Line -OF KIMONAS. Very Cheap. MRS. MISSILLIER. The Ardent Lover H. W. MIXON, The North Carolina State Normal and Industrial College. Maintained bv the State 4;rr & . . r 1 eachCrS. Tall beSSlOn begins 1 1 J 1.. siring iu enter siiuuiu txyyiy ao and other information adaress JULIUS I. FOUST, President, Greensboro, N. C. The Maryland Shows. The Maryland Shows here this week constitute the best attraction of the kind that has ever been seen in Henderson Before th?v Managers Lllis & Wolcott have made eraod. I be conduct of the oeo- pie connected with the carnival from the humblest canvasman to the head officials and the merit of the attrac tions offered have been subjects of favorable comment. Nothing is said or done to offend the most sensitive nature and the shows have been pat ronized bv the best people of the town. Some of the attractions are well worth the admission charged. The little mother, 27 inches high and weighing less than 40 pounds, and her little girl 4 years old, are an in teresting pair. The child was born in Greenville. S. C.and there are per sons in Henderson who lived there at the time of the occurrence. This lit tie lady is said to be the smallest mother in the world, and if there is a like case on record we do not know it. .. In the big tent, or hippodrome, some of the acts are exceptionally good and the program a long one 1 he performance here in variety, ex tent and merit is equal to what is seen with some of the large circuses. The one particular bright feature of the Maryland Shows that stands out apart from all the rest and gives greatest pleasure to the public, is the Italian 15and. Their playing has been enjoytd as nothing else but good music always is bv both the cultivated and uncultivated ear, and the open air concerts up town every afternoon and evening draw large crowds to hear them. Prof. Leon Storace is the director, and each member is a master of the instru ment ne plays, t here are 12 pieces and they play in perfect harmony ine generally expreesed opinion is that this is the best band that has been heard in Henderson with any show. The uniforms are very "swell and attract attention and remark wherever seen. A fact worthy of mention is that next to their ability to play is their willingness to do so. As is chnrac teristic of the Italian people they love music themselves and nothing pleases them more than to delight others. Accommodating in the ex treme, never seeming to tire, the presence of these musicians has given pleasure to many. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Any lady can get a silvered "No Drip" Cof fee strainer by writing Dr. Shoop, Itaeine, Win. Send no money. Simply nnk for the "No-Drip" Coupon privilige, giving your name and address. Dr. Shoop will also send free his new and very interesting little book describing Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Health Coffee is such a close imitation of real Coffee that it requires an expert to tell the difference-. And neit her is there a grain of real cof fee ia it. Made from pure toasted grains, malt and nuts, its flavor and tate is exceed ingly gratifying. No tedious boiling either. "Made in a minute," says Dr. Shoop. Write today for book and "No-Diip"Coupon. Geo. E. Perrv. Foley Kidney Hills Have Cured Me. The above is a quotation from a letter by H. M. Winkler, Evansville, Ind. "I con tracted a severe case of kidney trouble. My hack gave out and pained me. 1 seemed to have lost all strength and ambition- was bothered with dizzy spells, mv head would swim and specks float before my eyes. I took Foley's Kidney Pills regular and am now perfectly well and feel like anew man. Foley's Xidney 1'ills havecured me.' Sold bvnlldiug- gists. ARNOLD'S TJSSS4 BALSAM Bowel Complaints DY Thomas Brothers, W. W. Parker, Melville Dorsey. Henderson, - - N. C. Notice of Sale. 'In the Superior State of. North Carolina, County T5f Vance. t urt before Henrv Perrv Clerk. J. C. Kittrell Administrator of Turner If aw- kins, deceased Major Hawkins, Marv Malone, and heirs of Irwin Hawkins, and heirs of Louisa Bryant' and any and all heirs of Turner Hawkins, deeeased. UXDP:it AND IiY VIRTUE OF OUDKR of the Superior Court of Vance County, made in special proceedings entitled as above the same being No. 1053 upon the special proceeding docket of said Court, the under signed commissioner will, on Monday, August 15, 1910, at 12 o'lclock at the court house in Mender- sou. N. C, sell to the higher bidder for cash a certain parcel of land in Kittrell Township, said county, adjoining the lands of J. P. Hunt, Jerre Hicks and others and bounded as follows: On the North by the lands of J. P. Hunt; on the Eaet bv the lands of Dexter Peace; on the South by the lands of (ieorge Vaughn: on the West by the lands of .lerre Hicks; and containing Two cres. The same leing the heme of the late Turner Hawkins near Kittrell, N. C. This the 12th day of July. 1010. J.C. KITTRELL, Commissioner. will be delighted when he comes to view our collection of superb betrothal rings where- i li.i i i r t 11 t i i with to deck the hand or his heart's desire. Summer en gagements must be provided for, and what we have to offer cannot be surpassed in point of beauty and artistic elegance whether it is a small, modest r i unassuminer one or one or daz- zling beauty in its array of dia monds and precious stones. Jeweler and Optician. for the Women of North Carolina. tr Oorre rVMal VllirRPQ for - , a mtn -r-i , September H, lyJ. 1 hOSe de- ,L, :L1 P r ax ij o.o jAjaoiuii. -i vouuugu& Campaign Against Hookworm. Dr. B. V. Page assisting the State ' Board of Health in the crusade against hookworm disease, was In Henderson yesterday and delivered addresses before both the white and colored teachers institutes. The Golu Leaf had a call from Dr. Page and learned something of the conditions and the work that is being done m he cure and prevention of this prev alent and harmful disease. It is ound in 88 counties, mostly in the eastern ami sandv section of the State. This is as far as the investi gation has proceeded but it is be- leved that but few if anv of the other counties are exempt. Vance is among the 88 counties where the disease is found. Sojnuch has beeu said aud written on the subject that one is almost at a loss to present it in a new phase. It is more prevalent in the South than in the Aortu and west because the North is too cold and the West too dry for the parasite to thrive. The factors favoring bookworm disease prevail in North Carolina. Investi gation shows that in all walks of life we have people infected with the disease. These keep the soil polluted with hookworm eggs which germi uate into infecting hookworm larvae. The distribution of the disease in North Carolina in general. Examin ations of more than GOO college stu dents, 33 per cent, of whom were in fected, and reports from approxi mately 400 doctors, who have treat ed more than 3,000 white and 2o0 negro cases, have shown that it pre vails generally throughout the State. The skin is thechief portal by which the infecting larvae enter the system, though probably not the sole one. "Ground itch" is the usual manifes tation of occurring infection. Mi croscopic examinations of the secre tions usuully reveal the eggs when there is a history of ground itch within the past ten years. The more recent the ground itch the greater certainty of finding hook worm disease. This theory was first demonstated by Prof. Looss who ap plied polluted soil to his hand, de veloping ground itch and hookworm disease as a result. From the skin, the larvae, micro scopic in size, enter the blood current and are taken through the heart and lungs, up the windpipe, down the throat, finally reaching his home in the small intestines. Here he sheds his skin very much like a snake and grows reaching the size of a quarter to three-quarters of an inch in length and diameter equal to thatofasmall hat pin. They do not mutiply in number here. They live about ten years and drain the system of blood nil the while. As a result we find stunted growth, pale, tallow-like com plexion; abnormal appetite; indiges tion; various forms of nervousness and general weakness. Prevention of hookworm disease lies in better sanitary conditions, and along this line a vigorous campaign is to be waged, a campaign of edu cation on the subject of public health the State Board of Health leading in the fight, assisted by local boards and county and eitv health officers, doctors, school teachers, civic leagues and betterment societies, heads of families, &c. The remedy is simple. A few doses of thvmol, properly ad ministered, easily cures the disease. Are You a Paint flaker? You don't have to be one in order to mix your own paint when you have a house to paint. It's mighty easy to buy 4 gallons of L. & M. l'aint, and gallons of pure Linseed Oil, and put both in a , large pail and mix well together. You will then make t gallons of the best paint at a cost of about $l.y) per gallon and then have a good painter paint your house. The L. & M. is sold bv Melville Dorsey, Henderson. COOL LINEN SUITS, Underwear, Umbrellas, Parasols, STRAP SANDALS, Fans, White Goods, LACES. Mattings, Grass Rugs, Curtains, Draperies, &c. QUALITY and PRICE will both please you at Thomas & Newcomb's. Notice of Administration. HAVING QUALIFIED AS EXI-XLTRIX of the lat Will and Testament of che late Alphens H. Hall, dtfensod, of ance county, tins is to notify all prionB having claims a?ainnt the efltateof thegaiil dwaHel to prunt them to me before the 10th dayol Jane, 1911, duly verified, or this notire will tie plead in bar of their recovery. All ft on indebted to said estate will pleaw? make immediate payment. Hendernon, .;.. 4nnelth, J-JIU. HENRIETTA li II ALL. Executrix of A. II. Ball, deceased. Certificate of Dissolution. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA I LEPABTMET OF fTATE. ( CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. All to Whom Theue Pretest Mav Come Greeting: To Whereah. It appears to my atiiifiction. by duly authenticated record of the proceed ings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all tbe utocfctiohl- em, deposited in my office, that the Coppedje Shoe Lompanv, a corporation ot thin .Mat, wboe principal office w wtuate at o M., in the town of Henderson. County of Vance. State of North Carolina, ( W. B. Daniel being the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom procefn may be served.) has complied with the requirements of Chapter 21. Revisal of 190.1. entitled "Corporations, "preliminary to the issninfr of this Certificate of Dissolu tion: Now, Therefore, I, J. Bryan Grimes. Sec retary of State of tbe State of North Caro lina, do hereby certify that the said corpora tion did. on the Mh day of September, 1909, file in my office a duly executed and attested I consent in wnuog to the dissolution of said corporation, executed byall the stockholders thereof. which said I w.nsent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file in my said office as provided law. Ik Teistimoxt Whereof. I have hereto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at Ral eigh, this th day of September, A. D.. 1909. J. BRYAN GRIMES, Secretary of State. The Radrvy 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, President. Vice-President. BINGHAM SCHOOL 1733 1910 THI B1NOHAM S HOOL. i,b.T.l.. N. C. tu rpuwl t t 't lit llill l.lllf oa Ih lk..1ll. rUMi, t bIIn Irai oil, IkiuiuUoa HIUTlllT for HIMII-LIIlK. CltNTKOLud CAKRUUS. B..,a f ma oiW Khuols Mn4. IMMlkptwl wh 4ieovr4. Hailmf ateuluWIy mcJb4.4. kiin COL. K. IXUHAN. Sum. B... r. VERY LOW RATES Sunday - SEABORD AIR LINE TO Portsmouth, Norfolk, Ocean View, Old Point, Virginia Beach. July 10, 17, 24, 31. Tickets on sale at following stations and good for pas sage on regular train No. 32 only. Schedule and Round Trip Fare Raleigh 1 :.).") A. M. .2.no lav Warren Plain :t:.Vt A. M. f 1.7", Uake Forest 2:1U " "J. 2." ' Macon l.: " l.T.j Youngsville '2:28 " 2.2." " Vaughn " 1.71 Pranklinton 2:4 :i " 2:2." " Littleton 4:2."i " l..M Kittrell 2:.".7 " 2:2." " Thelma 4:.l.s " l.'.O Henderson .'1:11 " 2.0 " Konnoke Junet. I:."l " l.fiO Norlina :A' " 1:7." ' Welilon .r:l " l."0 Returning loave Portsmouth on regular train No. Jt.'l at !:) P. M. on lnto ofHaleoulv A Delightful outinr at tlu m Children under 12 years of age, C. B. RYAN, G. P. A.. Portsmouth, Va. Hleadlldjiimaiirtteirs 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. Housekeepers, don't for get to buy your Sliced Ham, Chipped Beef, and j Sliced Bacon, from THE CITY GROCERY CO., where you get it fresh, from the machine. Fresh Vegetables daily. Phone No. 45. The City Meredith College. Among the Formost Colleges for Women In the Sonth. Course in Liberal Arts covering nine departments, and in cluding elective courses in Education and Bible, which count for the A. B. degree, School of Music, including Piano, Pipe Organ Violin and Voice Culture; School of Art, including Decoration Designing and Oil Painting; School of Elocution; Academy which prepares students for college courses; Physical Culture under a trained director. Full literary course per year, including literary tuition, board, room, light, heat, physician, nurse, ordi nary medicines and all minor fees, $210.50; in the Club, $50 to $55 less. Next session begins September, 14, 1910. Address, PRESIDENT R. T. VANN, Raleigh, N. C. 01! -A Mail Orders Promptly Filled r All Good Gumrmnteed Under the National Pure Food I my m We are Distillers. Our lir-ct to consumer. Better goods and quicker shipments. We prepay all express charges and ship in plain packatre. FZB ( JALLCM . Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 Years Old) . . $3.50 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey 4 Years Old) . 2.75 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Years Old) . 2.50 Corn Whiskey . . . . one-half gallon $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 Gallons S.50 Corn WnUkev. 3 Gallons $6.50 Corn Whiskey, 4 OtHons, Old Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old) Apple Brandy (3 Years Old) Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) Write for complete price list ins, Etc. Remit money or AW get the quality. CLABKSVILLE S. T. PEACE, Cashier. Excursion VIA - mt Fashionable Virginia. Sennhoro ItOHortu of Old half fare; under 5 yearn of age, free. H. S. LEARD, D. P. A.. Raleigh, N. C. Grocery Co. 7 Ytr fiWI i "'A Fine Old Whiskeys Whiskeys are ajfwl properly. We ship . $8.50 Years OXa, . ...... 4.00 2.75 500 3.00 4.a0 on ail grades of. Whiskeys, Brandies, express order, bend us a trial oracr. i ou WHISKEY HOUSE t