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THE HENDEKSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1910.'
You Are Sure Of When You Become A 1M. A State Bank is a vision makes it so. sup1 ?ih1. Our Capital and Board of Directors give you additional se curity 3rd. Unvarying courtesy and excellent Hanking facilities are always extended. Veiv Accounts Invited. Citizens Bank of Henderson, HENDERSON, N.C. VKKY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Pooi?; Windows, Frames, Oak Mantris, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS. J ( M LAIMKS' Bummer un- . ar at H. TIIOMAKO.VK. ) I .'.- 1 I'UH.SCIUPTION I)H- ih more complete II u' "iir preHcriptioii filled ,, i , ;i nice present with I'll'-. th-r tli'-: fill ! p,,!,- Hit KKNT The Cheek 1 ,i nr. 7 riKirn houne, electric lights, W1 ,. water, garden and grape v ,.- tin- premiHeH. For terms, etc., j'f'i.v t.. ALEX J. CIIKKK. II ui - i: i LOT for Bale or rent In W. W. PAItKEU. I.K A good milch cow, 4 ,,il. I'rice $35.00. Address yi-ji! ..MVii;i-AT ONCK, CARRIAGE ..niit'-r who can stripe and finish, to I'urhfim Vehicle and Harness I iMll-l.iilll, N. '. Mi .h -n-i. ' Mi-, il.uiu'iii Murgduletie Land it went to ni on Wednesday. .1. A. Kelly is viwitint! her , i . Mrs. J. L 0. Bell, in Shaw- lint-" M.ittie Dean of Norfolk, is vi-i;iii 1 1 -1- parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. i,-:iii. in I IfUilrrcon. Mr- ut is 1'otintain of Washington, i l . i- isitin- Iter parents, ('apt. nil'! Mr.-. .!. T. Llinore. Mr Kn-.-. l Fountain of Marshall, Mil -h . -n iit several days in Hender son ilurin the last week. Mi- A. I. Harris, mi rue and three ihilli-.ii liuve one to Panacea Spring- to spend several weeks. Mi-s Margaret (Jole.y of Graham, uIhi l; is li.'cn tliejjjuest of Miss Jnnie Il.n ri i.-t urned home Monday. Mi-- AiriH-s Wills of Hrinkley ville, ui,,i lias lict'ti visiting Miss Janie II in i-, lrft fur her home Saturday. Mi- I Men Crewshaw returned to Iir lionu? in Louisburg Monday .'ift'-rtioon after visiting friends here. Mr . -ii.l Mrs. Horace Hood and Mr. ami Mrs. linger Burroughs went Mv.-r t Sou tli Hill. Va.,on Saturday in .-peml .several days. Mile a number of young people a i-i oiiiM- i,y way of automobiles to I'aaaeea Springs Friday to attend t lie evrnian there Friday night. Mrs. Ir. Gregory and two little 'Ian-lit. is, of Elizabeth City, came la-i u.ek to spend some time with Imt parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Dean. ri a. Is will be glad to know that '.liner Atkins who has been at Mrs. Ilo.-pital. returned to Henderson : iv ami is much improved. M Mrs Manning and Miss Lizzie Lew-i- w-M to Panacea Springs yester 1 tv i,, f.tay a while hoping to revceive li' ii. iit iroia drinking the water. May.,r I. T. Powell was among who neiiHM to save tne estate. (.'"Mil;- a ie State a delegate to the Democrat onvention at Charlotte last lr. .! iv W. Watson returned Satur ht from Wriirhtsville Beach wlu re he went last week to attend tlie meeting of the State Dental S.'.-ie! V. arsion to Asheville and return -''tii. via Sourthern Railway. . V I,, I nr.-.- .1 is in the cool mountains, r.. i a i u-ipS.i.oo. See advertisement A i re. !,--, s llnford Simms of Spartan s. c, and Jonsie Adams of M. left Saturday for their h.iin.s. after visiting Misses Aileen a: i Mildred Lewis. m;-s, I'lUY.; Susie Whitehead of Salis- ! May Richardson of Greens- I.., who have been the guests of M - A.Ieen and Mddred Lewis, left ' r homes on Tuesday. - Lillian Edwards and Mary "-at have returned home from v Mount, Robersonville and w. a where they have been visit : ' is and relatives for a week : and Mrs. A. C. Zollicoffer and - hi. Master John Hilliard,are ;.ing in the Western part of t : , 11 :ate. visitinsr Dr. and Mrs. Ni-'holsou at Hickory, and else- : ' re will be a meeting of the What v. r t'irle of the King's Daughters at the residence of Mrs. D. Y . at p. m. Tuesday, 2Gth i t ant business and all members ;'i' Mted to be present. Ir and Mrs. Eugene Currin of Dur a. were passengers on the train ten lay going to Panacea Springs. " a short stay there they will i Mrs. Currin's parents, Mr. and -John C. Randolph, at Enfield. Aft vis Mr: 1 ' S. Falkner announces himself a t'. lidate for the office of sheriff of -:.. e county, subject to the action the Democratic primaries. Mr. ' aikner was township constable, J-puty sheriff and tax collector, for I; e years and is familiar with thedu- Mes of the office he seeks. He asks ! !it- support of his friends and prom ises a faithful discharge of his duties if elected. Work ?4 rJoqrj a Day. Tlic IniKiest little things ever made are Dr mii'h New Life Pills. Every pill Js a BUgar- it.'(l globule of health, that changes weak- -s into strength, languor into energy, i r mi-fug into mental power; curing Constl- h iuu , xieaoacne, mm, oyepepsia, Malaria. "i juntiiic iurev . i Three Things. Depositer Here. strong Bank State Surplus and strong It U in need of anything in the mer chandise line? Thomas & Newcomb say they It going now at prices that will catch II. Cont suits, liriene. lawns, silks, matting, rugs, &c, in cluded in the cut. See advertisement. The Durham Vehicle and Harness Company, Durham, N. C, want a car riage painter who can stripe and finish. Job waiting for the right man. Aimly quick as aboveor write to C. P. Ilowerton, general manager. See advertisement in Want Column. Did you ever note how sad and meditative a person looked in church when the contribution plate was passing? Henry Blount. Our observation has been that the "sad and meditative" look usually strikes 'em when the collection plate is coming. Mr. ( leorge P. Geoghegan, mana ger, sen Is the Gold Leak a catalogue premium list or the Great Danville Fair to be held tit Danville, Va., October 11th, 12th. 13th. 14th. Well gotten up and interesting in contents the document bespeaks the magnitude and excellence of the Danville fair for 1910. Mr. J. B. Watkins and son, of Hen derson, have been in Reidsville this week prospecting with a view of open ing a lumber business here. They were not able to state positively be fore they left the city whether they would locate here or not, as there has been a hitch in getting a location suited to the enterprise. Reidsvville Keview, l;th. Mr. W. H. McNeil, editor of the Carthage Blade, has been nominated for the Legislature by the Democrats of. Moore county. Mr. McNeil mar ried Miss Elnora Burwell, sister of Messrs. Walter and Spot Burwell of Henderson, and has a number of friends and acquaintances among our people who will note with inter est this honor that has been paid Mill. The splendid Italian band here last week with the Maryland Shows has been missed since they left us. Their fine music was an enjoyable feature and there is it feeling of something lacking since they no longer "strike up" morning, noon and night to re gale the lovers of harmonious mel ody as invoked by accomplished mu sicians, such as Prof. Leon Storace's bandmen are. Henry Perry, receiver, advertises to rent a farm at public auction at the court house door in Henderson, on Monday, first day of August, for the year I'.) Li. Property reterrea to aa- joins the lands of A. J. Harris, Mrs. Marston, H. A. Gnssom, and contains 179 acres, more or less, known as as the "Ollie Satterwhite" place. Good tobacco and cotton farm. Per sons interested will take notice and attend this renting. Sheriff Joseph S. Royster announces himself a candidate for re-election, and asks the Biipport of his friends. It is but simple justice to Sheriff Roys ter to say that he has made good Lit first term. The amount of taxes to be collected was larger but not withstanding this fact the insolvent list was reduced $400. That speaks well for him as a tax collector. Ihe taxes have been paid over and the Sheriff has a clear receipt. Now what he wants is to read his title clear to another election. Typewriter at a Bargain. No. 9 Franklin Typewriter. But little used. In perfect order. Good as new. Visible writing. Easy to operate. The very thing to do one's own correspondence with, lieason for selling is that owner does not need it having two. 25 will take it. Cost 75 new. If interested apply at this office where machine may be seen. -4 Had Delightful Trip. A letter just received from William Manning gives an interesting account of his trip across the water from Bal timore to Bremerhaven. Sailing on the 29th of June they landed at G:30 p. m., July 11th. The voyage through out was delightful, the weather fine with the exception of one night and day of fog and the sea smooth. They sighted three whales one big fellow being within 150 yards of the ship playing and spouting water as if for the amusement of those on board. William says he has been seeing the sights and was in the midst of some beautiful scenery when he wrote, but he would rather be at home sitting on the front porch and looking at the back of the court house for all that Notice to the King's Daughters. A meeting of the Whatsover Circle of the King's Daughters is called to meet at the residence of the under signed at 0 o'clock Tuesday, July 2Gth. Business of importance to be considered and a full attendance is requested. FO HENCE M. COOPER, President. Soreness of the muscles, whether induced by violent exercise or injury, is quickly re lieved by the free application of Chamber. Iain's Liniment. Thiisniment is equaltiv- vaiuaoie lor muscular rneumatism, and al ways affords quick relief. Sold by all dealers For Vou to Judge. thousands oi cations of the L. & M. Paint are produced in one ODeration by machinery. Only chemically pnre coior is usea. l ne actual cost of L,. fc M. is only about $ 1.30 per gallon when the job is finished. Will you depend UDon thij product, or a paint made by costly band labor in a pot with a stick, pro dacing a few gallons at a time; and at tnat very likely made with common earth paints, and questionable quality Linseed Oil. The L. & M. Paint is sold by Melville Dorsey, Henderson. Excursion to Asheville. Ihe Southern Railway announces a low rate excursion to Asheville on next Tuesday, July 2Gth, from Hen derson, Durham, Goldsboro, Selma, Raleigh, and intermediate stations. Round trip rate from Henderson $ 5.00, train leaving at 2:15 p. m. Tickets good on-- any train leaving Asheville up to and includingFriday, July 29th. A fine opportunity is thus offered to visit the "Iand of the Sky" at the best time of the season at small cost. Passengers going from Henderson and Oxford will travel on regular train as connection will not be made at Durham with the excursion train from Goldsboro. See advertisement published else where. For further information as to rates, schedules, etc., call on your local ticket agent or write to W. H. Parcel!, traveling passenger agent, Raleigh, N. C. Personal. Mr. R. W. Wolfing, representing the Ramos Typewriter Company, Wilmington, N. C., was an agreeable caller at this office Tuesday. In ad dition to office equipment and type writer supplies of all kinds the Ra mos Company are special agents for the Victor typewriter, and that was the object of Mr. Wolfing's visit, to show us the Victor and demonstrate its many strong points and superior features. The Victor is a visible writer, beautiful in design, light run ning, speedy, strong, durable, and among typewriter experts it is ac counted one of the befet machines made. The person who possesses a Victor possesses a treasure in a type writer and nothing pleases Mr. Wolf ing more than to "land" a customer, because lie knows what they are get ting in exchange for their money. Col. Beasley Here. Col. W. F. Beasley was a Hender son visitor last week. Asked about his rubber tire non-pneumatic, but having the required resiliency upon which he has been working for some time, the inventor informed us that he had finally overcome the last ob stacle in the way of success, that is solving the problem of applying the tire to the wheel, the construction of tire and rim beins such that this was difficult until a new idea was hit upon. Col. Beasley's invention is built on a. double-truss system, and every mathematical ' problem involved is claimed to have been figured out with exact precision. The tire las already been put to practical test, and one that was used for three successive vears never needed re pairs. Col. Beasley s invention is regarded by many experts as a positive solu tion of the tire questiou. It secures to the user sufficient resiliency to meet the demands of his machine and the absolute certainty of trans portation. This tire is the result of ten years of labor, the inventorsays, and the finished article which is now ready to be placed before the public represents the investment of a large hum. Here is hoping that our inend may realize everything that he thinks le has in it. The world's most successful medicine for bowel complaints is Chamberlain's Colic, 'holera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has re lieved more pain and suffering, and saved more lives than any other medicine in use. nvaluable for children and adults. Sold by all dealers. . -4 . Don't forget the delightful excur sion to "The Land of the Sky," Ashe ville, N. C, July 2Gth. Three days in the cool mountains with its beau tiful scenery. Makes Rapid Headway. Add This Fact to Your Store of Knowledge. Kidney disease advances so rapidly that many a person is firmly in its grasp before aware of its progress. Prompt attention should be given the slightest symptoms of kidney disorder. If there is a dull pain in the back, headaches, dizzy Bpells or a tired worn-out feeling, or if the urine is dark, foul-smelling, ir regular and attended with pain, procure a good kidney remedy at once. i our townspeople recommend Uoan s Kidney Pills. Read the statement of this Henderson citizen. L. W. Holloman, 412 Andrews Ave., Henderson, N. C, says: "I highly recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills, for I received great relief from their use. A soreness across the small of my back bothered me constantly and prevented me from sleep ing well. The kidney secretions were al so too frequent in passage, highly color ed and tilled with sediment. Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box from Kerner-MaciSair Co. s drug store and after using them a short time I was free from the headache and other annoy ances. Since then I have been in the best of health." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New lork, sole agents for the United States. Kemember the name Doan s ana take no other. THE LADIES' STORE." 16 Button Length Blue and Pink GLOVES. Half Price. Also Nice Line -OF- KIMONAS. Very Cheap. MRS. MISSILLIER. Notice. T HAVE QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR OF JLthe estate of the late rnomas c. nugne, deceased, before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance county, and this is to notify all persons holding claims against said estate to present the same to me on or before the 15th day of June, 1911, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery thereof. Persons indebted to said estate must make immediate settlement. This June 15, 1910. MELVILLE DORSET, Executor estate of Thomaa C. Hughes, de ceased. A. C. ZoLLicorrrH, Attorney. Shooting Affair Tuesday. That Marcus Russell a young negro man, is not laid out a corpse instead of laid up in bed nursing his wounds is probably due to the fact that Lewis Allen another negro man, is not a better shot. It seems that Allen sus pected Russell of intimacy with his Wife and WarnoI him tn L-mt nnrnr . ...... w v " irora bis house and let the woman alone. The warning was not heeded and Tuesday when he found Russell and his wife together at a neighbors house Allen opened fire upon the man putting two bullets into him. One took effect in the breast near the out side and ranged' around coming out at the back. This wound was not serious no vital point being struck. The second shot took effect in the leg above the knee and efforts to ex tract it have failed. Allen promptly gave himself up after the shooting and was put in jail pending a preliminary hearing next day. At the investigation he was admitted to bail in the sum of $100 for his appearance at the next term of Superior court. Bond was promptly given and Allen is going about his work again as if nothing had happened. Maryland Shows to Rocky Mount. The Alaryland Shows closed their engagement in Henderson Saturday night. They went from here to Rocky Mount the third time they have played that town we believe. But that is the way of the Maryland Shows, they establish a reputation wherever they go that gives them a "clean bill of health"- to go back at any time they wish. The Gold Leaf repeats that they made good in Henderson last week, both as to the merit of the attrac tions offered and the conduct of the people connected with the shows. There was no disorder of any kind not an arrest made and everybody seemed to have a good time and en joy the carnival. Large crowds turned out each night, the best peo ple in the town, and it was a pleas ant diversion. The patronage was not what the management expected, Mr. Wolcott informed us, but he expressed himself as satisfied under the circumstances and was glad he came to Henderson. They had been treated very nicely by the people here and he appreciated it. If the Maryland Shows had pleased and convinced the people that there are some decent attractions of the kind that are worthy of patronage their coming had not been in vain. This they did many persons who are not accustomed to enjoying such amusements expressing them selves as glad that they came. A failing tiny nerve no longer than the finest silken thread takes from the Heart its impulse, its power, its regularity. The Stomach 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, Heart 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 bo rapidly in popularity. Druggists say that those who test the Restorative even for a few days Boon 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. ARNOLD'S TJSSS4 BALSAM Diarrhoea hy Thomas Brothers, W. W. Parker, Melville Dorsey. Henderson, - N. C. Read and advertise In Gold Xeaf. BOARD OF Report of County Treasurer ments on Account of County from July 30th, RECEIPTS. 1909 Julv 1st . To balance To Cash Re'cd of J S RoysteBj Gen'l School Fund " " " " " " Bond Account. " " " " " Henderson Graded School. " '" " Kittrell Special " ' from State apportionment ,; " Fines " " " " Franklin county " " " Tuition " " ' " Private donations DISBURSEMENTS County Teachers and Superintendent Fuel, Furniture, Bell and insurance Treasurer's Commissions School Census Per diem and board expenses Other expenses Refund of taxes Henderson Graded School Interest on bonds By Cash paid By balance, cash on hand . Henderson, N. C, July 14th, The Ardent Lover H. V. MIXON, The North Carolina State College. Maintained bv the State Four regular Courses leading to Degrees. Special Courses for Teachers. Fall Session begins September 14, 1910. Those de siring to enter should apply as early as possible. For Catalogue and other information address JULIUS I. FOUST, President, Greensboro, N. C, Sermon to Old Soldiers. According to previous announce ment Rev. J." R. Doan preached to the old soldiers at the First Baptist church Sunday morning. A goodly number of members of Henry L. Wy att Camp, United Confederate Veter ans, J. T. B. Hoover, commander, and T. B. Parham, adjutant, at tended in a body, and all felt that it was good to be there. Pastor Doan preached an excellent sermon -and was listened to attentively through out. His remarks were appropriate to the occasion and the analogy drawn between the character of that grand man the soldiers cf the Confed eracy , so loved and followed with such implicit faith and loyalty, and that grander character of all the ages, the leader of all the peaceful hosts and the savior of the world was most fitting and impressive Mr. Doan's sermon was heard by a good sized congregation and all present enjoyed and appreciated the discourse. About the pulpit there was a dis play of flags, the Stars and Stripes, the State flag and the Stars and Bars and a profusion of potted plants ad ded to the beauty and effectiveness of the surroundings. The music was an enjoyable feature of the service. This was the third sermon preach ed to the old soldiers this year. The idea is to have one every three months four a vear at the different churches. The first one for the year was at the Methodist Protestant church, by Rev. R. M. Andrews; the second at the Presbyterian church, by Rev. J. A. McCIure. The next and fourth one will be announced later. These occasions ought to attract more general interest and be more largely attended out of respect for the Veterans. The Daughters of the Confederacy have been turning out in honor of the old soldiers, but not so on Sunday, from some cause or other. In a little while and there will not be enough of the "old guard" to preach to. We should honor them while they are yet with us. Napoleon's Grit was of 1 he unconquerable, never-say-die kind, the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold, cough or lung disease. Suppose troches, cough syrups, cod liver oil or doc tors have failed, don't lose heart or hope Take Dr. King's New Discovery. Satisfac tion is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble. It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers. It masters stubborn colds, obstinate coughs, hemorrhages, la grippe, croup, asthma, hay fever and whoop ing cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections. 50c. f 1.00. Trial bottle free at Melville Dorsey's. Meeting of Democratic Executive Committee. All the members of the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee of Vance County are notified to meet in my office Saturday, July 30th, 1910, at 12 o'clock, to decide on the Primary for nominating Lounty officers, time and place for County Con vention and other important matters. Come" promptly. All are urged to be present. ANDREW J. HARRIS, Chitirman Democratic Executive Com mittee of Vance County. July 19, 1910. " . - Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Anv ladv can cet a silvered "No Drip'' Cof fee strainer by writing Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Send no money. Simply ask 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 reauires an expert to tell the differ ence. And neither is there a grain of real cof fee in it. Made from pure toasted grains, malt and nuts, its flavor and taste is exceed ingly gratifying. No tedious boiling either. "Made in a minute," says Dr. Shoop. Write today for book and "No-Drip" Coupon. Geo E. Perry. Read and advertise In Gold Leaf. EDUCATION. of Receipts and Disburse School Fund of Vance 1st, 1909, to June 1910. $ .1 027 04 12 49.1 88 1 1 (50 00 7 59 1 011 50 1 650 92 921 88 400 00 143 50 51 50 25 178 64 28 206 28 10 954 47 1 121 98 5-58 02 50 00 47 50 181 23 96 48 13 549 81 900 00 28 430 55 706 73 f 28 207 28 W. E. GARY, County Treasurer. 1910 will be delighted when he comes to view our collection of superb betrothal rings where- with to deck the hand or his heart's desire.' Summer en craerements 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 unassumincr one or one of daz zling beauty in its array of dia monds and precious stones. Jeweler and Optician. Normal and Industrial for the Women of North Carolina, WRECK ON D. & N. RAILWAY. Head-on Collision Near Watkins Sta tion Between Passenger and Freight Trains Saturday in Which Both En gines are Wrecked and Other Dam age Done. A head-on collision occurred on the Durham & Northern Railroad Satur day a short distance this side of Wat kins station, about 8 miles from Hen derson, in which both engines were wrecked and three or four persons re ceived slight injuries, a broken leg and a broken collar bone being the most serious. The passenger train, Conductor W. S. Powell in charge, coming to Henderson, and a freight train bound for Durham, ran to gether. Engineer Rogers of the pas senger train, sprained his ankle, in the jump he and his fireman both leaving the engine when they saw what was coming. Express Mes senger Parrott sustained a broken collar bone and Conductor Powell had his head cut slightly from which he bled profusely and his back was hurt somewhat but he is going again as uual apparently none the worse for his experience. A negro named Allen Lemay who was beating his way on the train had a leg broken. None of the passengers were serious ly hurt. The engineer and fireman of the freight train jumped in time to save themselves when they saw me passenger tram upon them as it rounded a curve. A confusion of orders or a miscal culation on the part of the freight conductor seems to have been the cause of the collision. The t wo trains met at fair speed at a curve in the track, the freight being unable to make the siding before the passenger train struck it. Both engines were completely wrecked but did not leave the track. Big Fish Fry. Mr. utis r aikner gave his patrons a treat last Thursday in a way that was very pleasing and enjoyable to all pres ent. He invited all the patrons of his mm to a nsh fry. lne pond was drawn off and the way the boys and men did frolic in catching those big carp! The carp is a very hard fish to catch in a seine. They bury themselves in the mud and sides of the bank and will not move until you think you have have him gooa, tnen with a nutter he is away, splitting the water seeking another hid ing place. About seventy-five or a hundred were present and had an enjoyable day catch ing the fish and then the fry, plenty for everybody. It was a jolly, good humor ed crowd, and everybody had a eood day of pleasure and fun, and left voting Otis Falkner, many thanks for giving his patrons the benefit of his pond for their enjoyment. 8. G. SATTERWHITE. For Sheriff. To the Voters of Vance County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Vance county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries, and ask the support of my friends therefor. If elected I pledge my self to a faithful and acceptable discharge of the duties of the office, to the best of my ability. OSCARS FALKNER. For Superior Court Clerk. To the Voters of Vance County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the Superior court of Vance county, subject to the action of the Democratic pn maries, and ask the support of my friends which will be duly appreciated. HEN II Y PERRY. For Register of Deeds. To the Voters of Vance County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Register of Deeds of Vance county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. My record is before you and upon that I re spectfully ask the support of my friends, pledging if elected to discharge the duties of said office in future with the same fidelity and satisfaction as in the past. K. W. EDWARDS. For Sheriff. To the Voters of Vance County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Vance county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. Pledging my self to a faithful performance of the duties of said office if elected, I respectfully ask the support of my friends throughout the county. JOSEPH S. ROYSTER. To the Voters of Vance County. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Vance County, subject to the action oi the Dem ocratic primaries, and ask the support of my friends in all parts of the county. I shall abide your decision and if nomi nated and elected I pledge my best ef forts to a faithful and business like ad ministration of the duties of said office. JOHN T. THOMAS. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATION'S, as they can not reach the seat of the diseaee. Catarrh ie blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal rem edies. Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken mternal- Iv, and acts directlv on the blood and mu cous urfaceB. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country lor years and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined witn trie best blood purifier, actini? directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredient is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY k CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by DrugKists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. R U In Need? Well! They R going now at prices that will t catch U. COAT SUITS, Linene, Lawns, Silks, Matting, Rugs, &c. It will PAY U to see us. Thomas & Newcomb. The R.acin.y Bay. 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. BINGHAM SCHOOL 1793 1910 THE BIKQKAM SCBXU i.k.rilU. K. C. ku r?i4 tor to t trt I IT TKAfc.4. 141! l.mtod oa tk rtowu. kiU. Inm city OrruiaiUoa HILITlRT far ptscmjftk. CONTROL u4 CaMUOE. lori i4 from otw MkuuU m nMnl IWw bora mini h AiMonrvd. Huic bilntely xc!iM. kiinm COU K. EINOHi. So pi.. Btx . VERY LOW RATES Sunday Excursion VIA 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 Leave Raleigh " "Wake Forest " YoungHville ' l'ranklinton " Kittrell " Henderson " Norlina i:ar A. M. $2.o. 2:28 " 2.2."i 2:2." 2:2.", 2.00 1:75 2:4H 2:r,7 .1:11 :i:45 Returning leave Portsmouth on regular train No. iVA at '.):()() P. M. on dato of sale only A Delightful outing at the most Fashionable Seashore Resort 8 of OM Virginia. Children under 12 years of age, half fare; under u yearn of age, free. C. B. RYAN, a P. A., H. S. LEARD, D. 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