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THE HENDEPiSOK GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1910.
. h f , t , '' - - ---4 : : J '4 i . l r j 4 ' (' i l f I f J u 4 t i i f 1 i - j -'if The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. -IiY- TIIAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, AUdl'ST 4, 1010. If Jude Jones bad foreseen the re sult perhaps he would not have re- B!Tl(-d. If Meekleiiburs'H record of murder continues they will hnve to convict a few folks to stop it. Mu. I'.nxton i.s now in position to extract a bit of quiet satisfaction out of Jude Jones' disappointment. Mavino been there himself Mr. ftnxtonean sympathize with Judge Jones but it is hardly to be expect ed of him. Maj. Kledman'fi tte in against him say Home of the wise ones but they would have been for somebody else if he was a young man. Tin: fall crop of candidates will be as large as usual regardless of the weat her whet her it is too hot or too old, .too wet or too dry for good growing conditions. A ftku getting her man named for judge Rockingham was free to act as she pleased in the congressional tight and Forsyth is not beholden to her for what she did. Now that they have caught I)r. Crippen he will be dropped from the public prints and something else will occupy space in big type on front page of the newspapers. Tin: rotation in office idea does not apply to Mr. John Laws of Hillsboro. The Democrats of Orange county have renominated him for register of deeds after holding the office for up wards of fifty years. His record of continuous service is perhaps equalled by few men in the country. QjTi'K frequently we do such things and say such things that in a mom ent of calm reflection we might wish to kick ourselves if we had the spunk to do it decently and in good order. Wilmington Star. Very true, nnd yet most of us go and do and say the selfsame things or worse some more. M R. J. J. Tettigrew, the blacksmith, puts shoes on horses to stay. He tells us he shod one a year ago, and he is still wearing his same shoes. Occasionally he takes them off to trim his toe nails, but puts the same shoes back. Mebane Leader. That horse must stand idle in the stable on a velvet carpet overlaying a bed of moss or a real hair mattress. That young fellow Saunders who runs a paper called the Independent, at Elizabeth City seems to have mis taken the functions of a newspaper, lie conceives it to be his duty to as sume the role of regulator or moral monitor of the community, hence the trouble lie frequently finds on his hands. Whkui: Pastor Loftin made a mis take was in dealing with Editor Saunders in the manner he did. In stead of referring to him in a sermon he should have gone after him with a horsewhip or a hickory stick. If the grievance had become unbearable the pulpit was not the place to settle it. And we happen to know this preach er is neither a moral nor a physical coward. (!ov. Manx of Virginia on Monday appointed ex-(Jov. Claude A. Swan son United States Senator to suc ceed the late John W. Daniel. The appointment had been expected and gives general satisfaction. While others had been "mentioned" no one else has been seriously considered by the public. The appointment is for the unexpired term which will end on March .'5rd, next. Thk women have taken a hand i committing murder in Mecklenburg county. Within two weeks tw o negro women have done murder jealousy being the cau?e in both in stances. In the first case a womar was killed, her throat cut, because she had taken another woman's hus band from her, and in the second the man was killed, both barrels of shot gun emptied into Ins face, be cause he had left his wife for another woman. The outraged woman walk ed six miles and carried a shot gui to commit the terrible deed. It is none of our business, but it was a sorry trick in the present management of the Durham Sun not to publish Jim Robinson's retiring card. "Chickens will come home to roost" some time! G reensboro News. It is intimated that in refusing to publish Mr. Robiuson'a retiring card was not the only sorry trick that was done him. When he went into the new concern he did not expect to be pushed off the perch as he was. It is none of our business either, but we dc not like to sec a manlike Jim Rob inson treated as he seems to have been a victim of misplaced confidence. As to what a good newspaper is and does for a town, the Hickory Democrat says: "A newspaper is the taste which the town leaves in the mouth of the public. If the town supports its paper enthusiasticallv it will be a good taste which is left. If it does not, it will be a jagged, dark brown taste. Verb sap." . . Served as coffee, the new coffee substitute known to grocers everywhere as Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee, will trick even a eoffee expert. Not a era in of real coffee in it either. Pure, healthful, toasted grains, malt, nuts, etc., have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and flavor. And it is "made in a minute," too. No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling. Sold by Geo. E. Perrv. The Chase City (Va.) Progress commends Governor Mann for de clining to accept speaking appoint ments. It says: "Governor Mann says he has more invitations for ap pointments and speeches than he can fill. AVe think the Governor in de clining them has come to a very wise conclusion. We believe the Governor should have and take all the recre ation he needs away from the con finement of the capitol. Rut we nev er believed he had the right to cheap en the dignity of the high office by running around to neighborhood picnics and fish-frys." Since this has reference to the governor of Virginia, it would not muke ex-Governor Glenn of North Carolina, feel badly at all. If catching Dr. Crippen does not amount to any more than catching Charlton promises in the way of get ting just punishment for his crime he might as well have been permitted to land unmolested at Quebec. But the Engiish and Canadian laws do not protect murderers as our Ameri can laws do. If Dr. Crippen is guilty of the inhuman doing away with his wife as charged, his life will pay the penalty. And Charlton, self-confessed murderer of his wife, should be surrendered to the authorities of Italy and taken back there to ans wer to the laws of that country since he cannot be punished here for the crime committed there. Rix;u.; Brothers' circus is book ed for Salisbury October lHth. An advance agent was there last week making the necessary arrangements. This is a long time ahead of the show but the management doubtless re calls the trouble they had with other shows in that part of the State at Charlotte particularly when they were through there the last time. If there i.s to be any confusion of dates this year it will not be their fault. Itisacurrent rumorthat Governor Kitchin was not invited to the New Bern bi-centennial celebration, but we can hardly believe it. Still, it looks odd that he was not present on such an auspicious occasion. Greens boro News. Very unkind reft-renee, especially in the face of the fact that the Governor was in Scotland Neck at the bedside of his mother whose death was ex pected at any moment. But it is one of the traits of Republican newspa pers to invade, even the sanctity of the death chamber, to try to make political capital. Greenville Reflec tor. MAJOR CHARLES M. STEDMAN. Taki.nc note of the nomination of Maj. Charles M. Stedman for Con gress of the Fifth district, the Wil mington Star, published in his home town before his removal to Greens boro, snys: Without at all disparaging the qualifications, ability and high char acter of the other aspirants for the nomination, the Star believes that the entire State of North Carolina will agree with it that theconvention nominated the right man. Maj. Stedman is one of the State's ablest and most intellectual men, altogether an elegant gentleman thoroughly representative of the South. In Washington he will do great honor to North Carolina and would be a fit representative from any State in the Union. That distinguished gentle man has the utmost confidence of the people of North Carolina and in November he will be elected to a seat in the next Congress, redeeming the Fifth District which two years ago sent up a Ilepublicau representative in the person of the Hon. John Mot ley Monhead. Maj. Stedman is a Cape Fear man, formerly having been an honored res ident of Wilmington for years pre vious to his removal to the western part of the State. He is one of the State's most eminent, la wvprs nnd ia a North Carolinian in whose hands the honor of North Carolina can ever be trusted. His host of friends in Y ilmington and eastern North Car olina send irreetintrs to the Fifth T)U trict nnd heartily congratulate Major Stedman upon his nomination. All of North Carolina will hope for his election in .November. Said of Tom Pence. Wilmington Star. Mr. Thomas J. Pence. Washington correspondent of the Raleigh News and Observer, is spending few days at his old home in Raleigh. Tom Pence has made a line reputation as a news iratherer at the Xnrinmil Capital, and his alertness and ability have been demonstrated from the first tune he rot on his iob. The nlnnritir with which he picks up an item of news that will interest Norlu Caro linians is like that of duck that jumps on a June bug. No Southern cor respondent at N ashington has been any keener or more aliv Hint Mr Pence, and as a scribe on the spot he mis certniniy maae good. HAPPY jorviEN. Hleu ji Them In Henderson, and Oood Reason For It. Wouldn't any woman be happy, After years of backache euHerins, Days of misery, nights of unrest. The distress of urinary troubles, She finds relief and cure? No reason why any Henderson read Should suffer in the face of eviden like this: Mrs W. II. Horton, 404 Montgomery M., Henderson, N. (A. says: "From personal enerienc T en n l,;,!-. mend Doan's kidney Pills. Kidnev com- i-iniut uiuicieu me ior several months mu ui uuitra my conaition was critical. MV back nehpd cnnatmiflT. o,.1 T was so weak and lame that I washardlv nl K . . . . . - nuic in urouuu. i couia not re well and in the morninr had hut lit strength or energy. Irregular passages l"c u"f. Becreuons also 6nowec that my kidneys were out of order v uen i read about Doan's Kidnev Pills oeing a cure for such troubles. I nro- All SV . 1 n 1 . t . I - r". " ,rom l"e Kemer-MacNair lo s arug store and soon after I began xneir use tne Backache had ceased. Mv Kianeys were also restored to a normal IUI1U1UUU. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents l-oster-MiIburn Co., Buffalo, New York, boic agents ior me l nitea states. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. KILLED WHILE HE SLEPT. Aiavor Ol Kiucwav, t .. - e mi V- t:A,llm A t sassinated Blown to Atoms by Dynamite Bomb While Asleep In His Front Yard. Rifto-pwflv. Va.. Julv 23. 1910. Mayor A. H. Bousman of Ridgeway, u-na Assassinated last night a9 he slept in his front yard. On account of the hot weather he had been sleep ing in a hammock swung between two trees on the lawn. About 10 o'clock the neighborhood of the Bousman home was startled by a terriffie ex- dosion. Investigation reveaiea me ant n. rlvrinmite bomb had been hurl ed at the sleeping form of the mayor by some one passing along ine street, a few feet away, the explosion blow- ng off both legs ana otnerwisein nrinf him to such extent that he died a 6hort while afterward. The chares of dvnamite in the hrimli mnar. hivfi been a heavv one. A piece of the fuse of the bomb was today found on the rooi oi ineuous man residence where it had been blnwn bv the force of the explosion. On the sides of the houses sixty feet away blood had been spattered and particles of flesh adhered to the walls. Bits of the body also were found on the roof of an adjoining house. As mayor of Ridgeway, Mr. Bous man nre'eided over the police court of the town trying petty cases. It is thought some person upon wnom Tinnsman in his court had passed sentence of punishment held a grudge against him ana nau ueen awaiting an opportunity to wreak vengeance on the mayor. This opportunity came last evening when the mayor lay sleeping in the open air. from his farm in tliA onimfpiT tr tho town a week ago, some unknown person hurled an ex- piosive at Mr. liousman riding past some woods. He told his friends of the occurrence but they treated the matter as a joke and it .1 1,4- mi 4-i I was not given serious inougut today. Ttia ii-iina nnnropeilfdll ill this SeC" tion of the country, had apparently been carefully plannea oy us perpe trator whose identity the authorities or members of the victim's family mve been unable even to guess at. Wyche Family Reunion in Greens boro. Greensboro News, 2nd. This week, beginning with vester- day, a family reunion of the Wyche family will be held in this city at the homes of E. Poole and Dr. J. E. Wyche. All the 11 children will be present except Dr. Charles L. "Wyche, of St. Jjouis, Mo., wno is absent in Europe taking a post graduate course in medicine. For the first time in 22 years the children of this family will be together again, and they are expecting a most enjoyable occasion. Those who will be present are: Mrs. R. J. Wyche, of Rosemary, N. C, an aunt of the Wyches; Mrs. Eugenia B. Wyche, mother and step-mother of the Wyche children; Miss Mary L. Wyche, of Vatts hospital, Durham, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reade and seven children, of Mt. Tirzah, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. Granvillle Craddock and four children, of Houston, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. E. Poole and four chil dren, of Greensboro, N. C; Prof. Richard T. Wyche, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wyche, of San Antonio, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lawson and four children, of South Boston, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Harris and two children, of Balti more, Md.;Miss Pearl Wyche, Greens boro, N. C; Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Wyche and twochildren, of Greensboro, N.C. Dr. J. L. v yche, of Greensboro, is the oldest of the children. Dr. Crippen Caught. One of the greatest achievements of the modern detective in running down criminals was the capture on board a steamship in Canada last Sunday of Dr. Hawley Harvey Crip pen, the American doctor-dentist who is charged with the murder of his wife, Belle Elmore, the actress, in London. Soon after the disappear ance of Crippen's wife he fled and it was believed his stenographer, a young woman named Ethel Clare LeNeve, went away with him. The pair disappeared as mysteriously and completely as if the earth had opened and swallowed them. Since then officers all over the civilized world have been looking for him, his wife's mutilated remains and evi dence of murder having been found. The Pacific liner, Montrose, bound from Antwerp to Quebec had on its passenger list a man and a young person in male attire whom the ship's master, Capt. Kendall, believed to be Dr. Crippen and a young woman in stead of the "Rev. John Robinson and son," as they were registered. Capt. Kendall put the wireless tele graph in operatfon soon after the ship's departure when he became convinced that his suspicions con cerning the pair were correct. Of ficials in London were got in touch with and an officer, Inspector Dew of Scotland Yards, took passage on a faster ship and beat the Montrose into Canadian waters. When the Montrose proceeded up the St. Law rence to Quebec 6he was met at Father Toint by Inspector Dew and the arrest of Dr. Crippen and Miss LeN eve his female companion in male attire was made without difficulty. It was a great achievement for the wireless and the detective force, this spreading the net 60 neatly around Dr. Crippen after a worldwide search for him. Inspector Dew will take his quarry back to London for trial sailing probably on the 8th. In the mean time Crippen and the young woman are confined in jail at Quebec. Pain anvwbere etonnpil in n m;mit.Snro with one of Dr. Snoop's Tink Tain Tablet. The formula is on the 25 cent box. Ask your doctor or druggist about this formula. Stops womanly pains, headache, pains anywhere. V rite Dr. Shoop, Racine. Wis., for free trial to prove value, of his Headache, or Pink Tain Tablets. Sold at The Paragon, H. E. Thrower: Proprietor. -.- . Harmony of Dress. A beautiful woman also studies the harmony of painting a well kept home takes care to have the house painted with paint that will continue to look c xi ' clean and fresh looking- The L. Jc M. never becomes dingy, because only chemically pure colors are used; only the finest White Oiide made from metal only the finest White Lead; only the purest Linseed Oil; only expert paint makera produce it with machinery a thousand gallons at a time. Contrast this with the costly and crude produc tion of hite Lead Paint maid by hand labor with a HtiVt in a i Ions at a time L & M. ia gold by Mel 1 ville Dorsey, Henderson. PREACHER AND EDITOR. Elizabeth City Stirred Over flild Sen sation Which Results in Near-Riot Rev. I. N. Loftin, Formerly of Hen derson, One of Parties Concerned. Elizabeth City had a near-riot Sun day night in which Rev. I. N. Loftin. who formerly lived in Henderson, nnd W. O. Saunders, editor of a weekly newspaper, The Indepndt-itt, were involved. An account says t'iat?Mr. Loftin who is thepastor"of the Blackwell Memorial Baptist church in Elizabeth City, had preach ed Sunday on sensational subjects dealing principally with Saunders and his paper, his remarks being in the nature of a reply to the attacks made upon him for some time past by the editor in question. Saunders was present at both ser vices. As he left church Sunday night and started toward his home many people were on the streets returning home. One report has it that sever al of Saunders' bitterest enemies fol lowed him and when he had gotten inside his yard yelled out some threats about giving him a certain time to get out of town. Immediate ly several shots rang out and Saun ders ordered his alleged pursuers to keep back. Women and children were panic-stricken and rushed to cover, some fainting and the great est excitement prevailed. Some claim that Saunders was shot at by some party in the street. However, no one was hit and the police soon dis persed what little crowd was left after the shooting. The unfortunate fall-out between Saunders and Tastor Loftin is said to have come from Saunders' con tinued bitter attacks on Loftin on account of a certain seduction case some months ago in court. A lady of this city was brought into dispute and it narrowed down to a question of veracity between the lady and the pastor. The deacons of Blackwell Memorial sustained Pastor Loftin and expelled the lady. Saunders went at this action with unheard of editorials, giving Loftin most un favorable notoriety. Pastor Loftin decided to preach upon the great evil that Saunders and his paper were to Elizabeth City and crowds gathered from every section of the city and even from the country to hear his ar raignment. OXFORD LOSES "GOOD CITIZEN. Death of J. Frank Edwards Was Popular and Successful Business flan Remains Taken to Raleigh for Burial. Mr. J. Frank Edwards died at his home in Oxford at G o'clock Sunday morning. He was sick about a week, acute indigestion being given as the cause of death. Mr. Edwards was a brother of Mr. C. B. Edwards of Raleigh, well and favorably known in connection with the firm of Ed wards & Broughton, printers and binders, and himself formerlv lived in Raleigh. He had been a resident of Oxford for more than forty years and no man was held in higher esteem The funeral was held at the Baptist church in Oxford at 10 o'clock Mon day morning. As a mark of respect to the dead man all the stores were closed during the funeral hour and Odd Fellows, the fire company which bears his name, and a large con course of people followed the remains to the station. Among those accompanying the remains to Raleigh were Rev. R. II. Marsh. Prof. J. C. Horner, J.S.King, P. H. Montgomery. I. W. Mangum, A. Williford, W. R." Harris, W. R. Pe gram, F. C. Spencer, W. 0. Chappel, J. M. Morris, W. H. Britt, Claude King, P. A. Wood, C.A.Carrol, J. W. Wilson, J. R. Wood, S. F. Smith, H. H. Howard, J. F. Meadows, G. W. King, C. D. Osborn, C. D. Ray and also two colored men who had been in the employment of Mr. Edwards over twenty years Henry Jenkins and Robert Baskerville. Items from Bearpond and Gillburg. Contributed. Miss Annie Pardue who has been con fined to her bed for some time with a mild case of typhoid fever, ia improving rapidly. Rev. J. W. Frank assisted by Rev. J. E. Pritchard, held a very successful revival meeting at Union Chapel the past week. Mra. S. P. Brummitt who ia at the hospital in Durham, continues to im prove. Mra. W. II. Finch spent Saturday with her father, Mr. J. A. Gill. Misa Annie Satterwhite and Miss Lucy Keavis have been spending a few days with Mrs. T. T. Ellis. Mr. J. 15. Allen, Misa Carrie Gill. Misa Addie Ellington and others from Plank Chapel Sunday-school went to Trinity Saturday to take part in the musical content which waa held between the dif ferent Sunday-schoola, and we are glad to say that they won the banner in this contest. Among the business men who stopped at Bearpond last week were Mr. H. Scarboro of Raleigh, Mr. Hal Williams of Wakefield, and Dr.. p.. J. Gill of Hen derson. Some know and others are guessing what their business was. Miss Gussie Finch spent the past week with her sister Misa Alma Finch at Kit trell. The patrona and pupila of Bearpond High School regret very much that they will not have Prof. E. L. Green with them another term aa he has already ac cepted a position in the Wilson graded school. Mr. and Mra. Vincent Heater of Kit-' trell, have been spending several daya with relativea near Bearpond. Mr. and Mra. F. E. Satterwhite spent Sunday with Mra. S. G. Satterwhite. Miss Alma Finch of Kittrsll, spent Sat urday and Sunday out at her country home, Mr. n. A. Finch's. Mra. Joe Person of Charlotte, is visit ing Mrs. Amelia Allen. Several of the farmers of the commun ity went to Raleigh last week to attend the Farmers' Institute. A number of peofle from Gillburg and Bearpond attended the Baptist Union meeting last Sunday. KATE AND POLLIE. "If the compliments the Reflector is receiving on its improvements were dollars, we would have a full pocket book," says the Greeville Reflector. The Reflector deserves the compli ments, and the dollars, too. It has recently made material additions to its mechanical equipment and the paper is very much improved, in ap pearance and otherwise. Statesville Landmark. Foley Kidney Pills. Tonic in quality and action, quick in re sults. For backache, diMinessnervoueness. urinary irregularities and rheum atisia. Sold by all druggists. Weak women ehould read my "Book Xo. 4 for Women." It tells of Dr. Shoop s Night Cur. Tell how these soothing, healing, antiseptic suppositories bring quick and cer tain help. The book is free. Address Dr. Snoop, Racine, Wis. The Faregon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. Dependable MER.CHAND Ee owest CEO. A. We are Distillers 1 gallon of Whiskey and 2 gallons of Whiskey and 3 gallons of Whiskey and 4 gallons of Whiskey and 4 1 -2 gals ofWhiskey and 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and Send us Cashier's check, Post Office Money Order or Express Money Order for any of the above goods. Be sure to write your name, Experss Office and Post Office plainly, and then there will not be any mistake. Any Whiskey you may order can be returned if not satisfac tory and we will return your money. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Clarksville, Virginia. AUOTST eUEAi&AMCE SAILE LADIES' TAILOR MADE COAT SUITS IN WHITE AND COLORED, LINENS, REPPS AND LINENES. All new styles bought this season every suit goes in this sale. e s Wei-e $ 4.00 and 5.50 and 6.50 7.00 8.50 10.00 it Were.$10.00 4.50 WHITE AND Were 6.00 tt 4.00 WHITE AND Were 2.50 Were tt 7.50 6.00 1.25 1.50 2.00 Were tt Solid Color Basket Cloths, Idealine Cloths Flowered Mulls 70 inch White Persian Lawns Come and see our goods. We can save you money every time. SAIMJEIL WATIMKIS. EVERYTHING IN And tha.t of the QuJS4y Arvd Always, Ft ROSE COEUuPADW. PRICE R. W. Jones H o. Clarksville, Virginia. and Make Our jug, $1.65 jug. 3.30 jug, t 5.00 jug, 6.60 jug, 7.50 jug. 1.10 $4.50 6.00 WHITE LINGERIE DRESSES. COLORED LINENE AND - - - BLACK CHECKED MADRAS DRESSES. LINEN AUTOMOBILE COATS. WHITE LINENE SKIRTS. tt tt tt SKI ice LAST OF Corn Whiskies, Own Whiskies. 100 proof. 1 gallon of Whiskey and jug, $2.15 2 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 4.30 3 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 6.50 4 gallon of Whiskey and jug, 8.60 1 gallon 4 years old Whiskey, 2.50 1 gallon 8 years old Whiskey, 3.00 4 qts of 1 0 years old Whiskey, 4.00 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and jug, 1 .25 cruse Now $3.01 " 3.90 tt tt tt tt 4.50 5.00 5.90 7.50 Now $7.50 it 1 AA J,UV LINEN DRESSES. Now 3.90 7 on Now 1.75 Now tt 5.00 4.00 Now 1.00 1.25 1.50 50c. now 39c. 20c. " 15c. 25c. " 15c. 25c. " 15c. 35c. " 20c. 75c, 98c. and $1.19 Social and Personal. ,nt tributed Mi isa Belle Ilieks was th.. 1 euiovalile and unioup inrt. evening complimentary tuhVp ,', n,1.f Drown, of Albemarle." X. c "r i' st i' tion Party and was nun hi v f'i,i,1v"7''- nnTArBnttin irnra ni....l 1 . IN Ireseuieu 10 me guffl o! ,lin(ir ... II... . 1. ieuciou8 rciresuments were ,.rV(. i Miss Hicks proved lu r.u .. i '' ' hoetoe.. and the evtnin" w ..o'arm":5 ivi uch pleasure. A delightful "Moon'idit ; .- Barn Ihiuee was eniovml in , the young people onTliurs.!:i'v Mis (Jenevieve Cooper w as !,, stl.! ' 1 n f T-!ll" tlmaa inrif...l .. ... """ uv v.w.- i mvi lilt ;jt i't'P IU" iriuiiiiut "U 1 TI Was Mil. sistinjr of sandwiches. fn..,i ,.i ,'" pickle, hot rolls, ice cream ami ,-,,1,,. lemonade. ' 1 Dancing was enjoved ia tin -I,,, taking part in the "square .laii.v." u l. . l.ooper. Mis. A. ( . V, I';, ,.,,- Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Chavas., , , thecrowedand shared with . ..: : .i... .... . " w vieyr in iiiumii me eveiuii a i,; one. Miss Jessie Harris cult i t ,! !,.,! ... "Dinner Tarty" on Monday , , ;,', " honor of Miss Love McDnili,- ,,f i , i " . . ' "'U;i. bus, da. A handsome course dinner w is at eight o'clock and about t. , 1 1,,...,..... . enjoyed an automobile ride rni. 1 ii . IIIUIU VHH IM'MllllimiV It. mi ii. , I in uuciui iiLimn unit it-i us null Ian i r i , and mats. ' Ci.Vrr Those enjoyiug the dinner ami r,)r were, Misses Agnes and .l,si,. Love McDullle, Marie Maanin and li.r.J Cooper, Messrs. Frank II. in is, ;,.,, I ooher, .Ld Shaw. Tom I'linn,,,, .,, Dr. F. It. Harrifc vlu i shared tin. i,,.. urea with the young folk Struck a lifcti Mine. S. V. Bends, of Coal tiu. 1 , . :ls . slrnek a -rfeet mine of lienllii in i, K u f New Life Pills for they en re. I Um I i,.r and Kidney Trouble niter I J , f K:illv, ing. Tliey are the hi nt ,, . , ; , r CunRtipation, Malaria. Ilea. I. u h. . 1 1 Debility. 2'tc. at Melville p.,,. j- ,j; store. For Sheriff. To the Voters of Vnnee ('oimU: I hereby announce myself a raniliiltttf for the ollice of Sheriff of Van..- cnutv, subject to the action of tin- Ivuhm ratic primaries, and uk the niiie.it uf mv friends therefor. If elected I pledge my self to a faithful and ueceptnlde disrli,ire of the duties of the ollice. t the l my ubility. OSCAU I A I.K M K. For Superior Court Clerk. To the Voters of Vance County: I hereby announce myself a randidaie for re-election to the ollice of ( letk uf tin Superior court rf Vance county. Mil. jn ( to the action of the Ieiiiurra!i- ri mariee, and ask thesiiiort of u, fni m! which will be duly appreciated. hi;m:v ri:i:i:v. For Register of Deeds. To the.Votcrs of Vance ( oniit : I hereby announcer myself a candidate for re-election to the oliiee of Register ! Deeds of Vnnee county, snhject tu t L action of the Democratic pi -nuance Mv record is before you nnd upon that I re spectfully ask the support id my friend.-:, pledging if elected to dischawietlii'duiien of said office in future with the i-amc fidelity and satisfac tion ns in i b- pn-i K. W. lhVl:bS For Sheriff. To the Voters of N ance Coimti : I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the ollice of Sheriff ef Vance county, subject to the niii'm ( the Democratic primaries. 1 'b-l iri i.tr my self to a faithful performance. ,f the duti. of said office if elected. 1 respectfully a-l thesupportof my friends throimhx ' t county. J'OSFI'II S. IImV-TU: To the Voters of Vance County. I hereby announce myself ea I; ! a ? for the office of Register of Id- ( Nairn' County, subject to the action of the hem ocratic primaries, and ank the siipirt "j my friends in all parts of the county, j shall abide your decision and if nomi nated and elected I pledge my l"-t 'j forts to a faithful and bm-'mcxs hk"("'l ministration of the duties of k.-h I "I i-c JOIIX T. TlioMA- ARNOLD'S To'cVik.V' BALSAM Cholera Infant urn b Thomas I'.rothcrs, W. V.'. I'.vi't. Melville horsey. Henderson, - - N C. Mixing Things IS OUR BUSINESS. That Is Things In the DniZ U"'- Do you realizo th;it lie- man r , f meuicine m h part iciil r io There ure many w.i medicine can lx? i u i x - 1 . !' right way. ciril UTtifY.t !l rl. TiT't-tl t, rtln'h ...h- one d i" mix, hut the druggist wb" u1 hllainpuu r-on in!r nil sil.ii tt l''1" "' an emulsion uh nmootii iteelf. We know the drug oughly and would 1"' u vour medicines for von. l!nr ,, to n: Kerner-MacNair Co,, PHARMACISTS, Henderson, N. C. Notice of Sale- State of North Carolina, County of Vain. J. C. Kittridl, Administrator ,.f king, deceased. vs Major Hawkins. Mary Ma!'n", . - II ,!el le-e'" . I.'Ull"' Irwin HawkiriH, and Ii"""" Hryant and any and ull le-ir- TTXDEIt AND BY VIUTI K ol I I i', .,t i.f ;ii.' '' 1 oiM'HK t . Ol llic eu pri lui , u . . t , B Are " ;in epcial proceed in-'s '"u! -ud atne being No. 10-Vl n"" ! ;' ;,,.,r dine docket of aid Court. - " n a .1 a . - rw-r.i , I nn1.ti trll fll I. - e " the same proceeujne signed commissioner will, on Mrnr1av Alirrlist 1 2. 1910. J ' ' o . -.p.ler at 12 o'lclock at the court lion"" ' . j.. aou. S. C, sell to the higher ' a certain parcelof land iu K,,f , f j I' sold county, adjeininjr the Is'"'" ' , Hunt, Jerre Hicks and others " a follows: On the North hy 1 " , ,,f The Hume tieinir the home Hawkins Dear Kittrell, '.,, This the lith day of jf "'VjtxreLL. and all went out to the farm ,,f ir s '" Cooper in automobiles. Ti,.. -r,.v,. leautifully decorated ui'li .:,7, iai', nnd hammocks and at mu- ei'i.l ' i"1" bonfire was built. Noon ,,fi, ;- irriv,'.' . r xt a. i T' . . .. . i.i, i.ii- Dexter Peace; on the South ny ,'.,,., ,i Oeorjre Vaughn: on the Went by ' u .rr. Jerre Hicks: and containinK ' T,.r,,rr of ttie mi i