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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1910.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. -BY THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1010. "Democracy is immortal," Raid Zeb Vance and it swms to have so proved itlf in Tuendaj-'a elections. The Democratic party appears to have been jriven another ehance in quite a numler of States by a very larjre majority. Great in Democracy. Now if the Democrats will improve the opportunity that has been given tiiera and make trood taking care of the interests of the country, all will be well. - - The people rwould not ntand for Roosevelt ami his polices but if the Democracy fails them they will swim b ick t the Republican line again the next go round. Yes, we expected a Democratic landslide that would overwhelm Ilut W and Roosevelt and what they represent, but we did not think the earth would cave in and swallow them up so completely. A Majority of H( was not the Hose vote between Ton and Cooley that some folks were predicting in Vance county because Mr. Cooley was supposed to represent the anti prohibition side of the question when there wns no such question in it. Everything; gone Democratic pretty much. New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Ohio, and Indiana, elect Democratic gov ernors. North Carolina gives a Demo cratic majority of 10,000 to .",0,000 and elects all ten members of Con gress a gain of three, the fifth, eighth and tentn districts. The Vance Monument. We are today with becoming ex ercises unveiling the beautiful monu ment erected by the Vance County Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, in honor of "Our Con federate Dead." The (Hold Leaf hopes some time to see another monu ment erected on the court house square, right hand side, opposite from where stands this one, in honor of Zebulon Daird Vance, for whom the county was named. (Ireat Trib une of the people, North Carolina's most distinguished citizen and test beloved son, what could be more ap propriate than for the citizens of Vance county to build another monu ment and dedicate it in loving mem ory to the grand man, statesman, Satriot and great War Governor of orth Carolina whose name our county bears? We are minded to say this much on this pubject on this interesting oc casion of monument unveiling and the publication of a poem this week written by Grace G. Watts on the Vance monument in Asheville. The closing lines of these stanzas impress us particularly. They breathe the true spirit of poetry while expressing so beautifully the philosophy of Vance's life and character. Describ ing the "restless pursuit of pleasure, or gain," the finding of which "is of less of profit than pain" the writer says: "For when nil has been said the Otic thing worth while In the hel of the world in just Living a 8 mile. That man has lived best who has won from the earth A high at his death and a MJiile at his birth. Such a man was Zebulon Van-e." A clergyman writes: " Prevent ics, those little Candy Cold, t'nre Tablets are working wonder in any parish." Prevent ies surely will check a cold, or the Grippe, in a very few hours. And Preventirs are so safe and harmleess. No Quinine, nothing harsh nor sickening. Fine for feverish restless children. Hox of 4S at 2.. Sold at The Paragon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. When a cold becomes settled in the system, it will take several days treatment to cure it, and the best remedy to use is Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It will cure quicker than any other, and also leaves the system in a natural and healthy cordition." Sold by all dealers. - A Life Tor a Life. Richmond Times-Pispatch. On Tuesday morning, at half past 10 o'clock, the trial of Dr. Crippen began. At half past 2 o'clock on Saturday the evidence was all in, the trial closed, the verdict of the jury rendered, the sentence of the court pronounced. In four days one of the most important criminal cases, involving many interesting ques tions, had been disposed of, and we are told now that the hangraau will have the gallows ready for theexecu tion of Crippen on the Sth of Novem ber. In hearing this case the court proved the splendid superiority of English methods in the disposition of criminal prosecutions over those that are followed in the I nited States. The court did not permit any looung with the course of justice. All subtleties were pushed aside, the experts were confounded, and justice will be done. U Crippen had been tried in the United States he would not have been convicted. That he should be con victed and hanged, there does not ap pear to be the least doubt in any honest mind. They do a great many things in England far better than we do them in this country. The Old Moralties, which require an eye for an eye," a tooth for a tooth, a life for a life, is far Wtter, if crime is to be punished and justice is to be dealt out with an impartial hand, than the delays of the law in our own much vaunted country. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole evg tem when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by F. J. Cheney & Co .Toledo, O.. con tains no mereury, and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Ca tarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo. Sold by all Druggist. Price, 75c. per bot tle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Item$ From StaleJormaI ColIege- Contribtuitl. On October 27th Vice-President Sher man visited the Normal. Both the etndenta and faculty enjoyed Ina talk very much. The next day the Adelpbian Literary Societv initiated 100 new members be sides three new faculty members. After the adjournment of the society, facility and alumni were invited into the society hall to see a plav. "The Land of Heart 8 Desire." by William butler Yates. After this entertainment all went to the college ,i;..; i,n n-iro thi Adelnhiana served a delightful banquet in honor of their new members. The tables were arranged in the shape of two Adelpbian pins and beautifully decorated in red and yellow dahlias, while the souvenirs were chrys anthemum bon bon boxes, the yellow and red placed alternately and so carry ing out the color scheme. There were many beautiful and inspiring toasts given. Miss Katberine Jones was toaet mistress. The Adelpbian song and toasts were printed on the menu cards found at each place. On Saturday evening the Cornelian Literary Society initiated its new mem bers. After initiation was over all went to the dining hall where an enter tainment was given in honor of the new Cornelians; the faculty and visitors were also asked to be present. Theentertain ment wa in Dutch style. Four groups of tables arranged in the shape of the Cornelian pin were placed so as to he in full sight of the stage arranged in the room. These tables had center pieces formed of beds of tulips. The souvenirs, small brass candlesticks with blue can dles arranged in triangles, burned bright ly on the tables. The waiters in simpb Dutch costumes served the refreshments in Dutch style. In the center of the room was a large stone wind mill which turn ed slowly, it was surrounded by a beau tiful bed of tulips. At the back of the room was a stage representing a wood land scene and on either side of it vines were running up on trellis work. "W bile the refreshments were being served, little Dutch maids appeared on the stage and acted and sung ballads of their native land. The whole Dutch scheme was car ried out artistically and carefully. ABU UCi- i . Greensboro, X. C, Xov. 1. . - . Convocation of Raleigh. The Convocation of Raleigh will meet in the Church of the Holy In nocents in Hedderson on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, November lGth, 17th and 18th. cordial in vitation is given the public to attend these services. Following is the PROGRAM. Wednksijay, the IGth. :00 i. ni. Evening Prayer: Sermon, Working for Christ's Kingdom." Rev" Bertram E. Brown. Thursday. The 17th. 7:.'10 a. m. Holy Communion. rc.'M a. in. Morninir Praver. !- l.", n. in. 12 in. Report of: I tie Areudeacon. Missions aided by the Convocation. Parochial Clergy who wish to report. 19-00 m Prnver for Missions: Sermon. 'Fighting Manfully under Christ's banner." Rev. Henry O. Nash. -'!:' p. m. Treasurer's Report. Subject, "How to Get Money Sufficient to Kxtend the Church in the Convocation ol Raleigh." ('has. K. Johnson. General Discussion. 7:-'M) p m. Special Address: "The Motive and Measure of Giving for Missions," Rev. Milton A. Barber. "The Life of Service in the Missions of a City," I. Harding Hughes (15 minutes). "Missions for Deaf Mutes," Rev. Sidney S. Bost (20 minutes). "Work for Christ at the State Farm," Edgar X. LeBlane (20 minutes). Friday, the 18th. 7:.'10 a. m. Holy Communion. a. m. Morning Prayer. f:45 a. m 12 m. Subject. "Practicable Methods of Church Extension in the Con vocation of Raleigh," Rev. Franc's Joyner. General Discussion. 12:00 ni. Prayers for Missions: Election of Trenurer and Executive Committee. Stomach Trouble s Cured by Vinol HERE IS PROOF " I suffered so long from stomach trouble and indigestion, that I lost flesh rapidly VINOL cured me after everything jlse had failed. It strengthened ;-y cr-c.-tive organs gave me i h-.-.'.rty appetite, and I tan cat :'.:v-tiii-..g without the slight est di-: . 1 do not believe any thing J-i VINOL for t-iomach lio:::.e : h '.igesti. W. Ii. V-.,-;tTu:cv, Portland. Me. I Ir. Th s. G . Wallace, of Detroit, Tuich., v. ntes, ''I suffered fur years from a chronic stomach trouble. VINOL entirely cured me after everything el e had faiLd.'' It is the curative medicinal ele ments of the cod's liver, combined with the strengthening properties of tonic iron contained in VINOL, which makes it so successful in re storing perfect digestion, and at the same time building up the weak ened run-down system. Try a bottle of VINOL with the understanding that your money will be returned if it does not help you. W. W. Parker. Druggist, H nderson. (leorge Wyckoff gives notiee by ad vertisement iu this paper of having qualified as admiustrator of Mrs. Uoxie Wyekoff, deceased. Persons indebted to or having claims against the estate will take notice and be governed accordingly. Catarrh Sufferers. Good Thing to Know How to Get Instant Relief. If you now own a Hyomei hard rub ber inhaler, W. V. Parker wants von to know he will sell you a bottle of HY OMEI for only T0 cents. Remember "this, all who suffer with catarrh a bottle of HYOMEI (pro nounce it Hiph-o-me) is put in a separate package and sold for 50 cents, to ac commodate the vast army of people who already own a Hyomei inhaler. Y. W. Parker w'ill sell it to you at that price and give you the opportunity to bejria at once to rid yourself of vile ca tarrh and the enutfling, hawking and spitting that go with it. Many people through years of neglect have let let catarrh get a strong hold upon them. Some of these people un reasonably think that one bottle of HY MEI ought to cure them. They do not stop to think that a dis-1 easeu conaiuon mat is tne result of neg ligence, cannot be overcome in a wek. No matter how chronic vour catarrh troubles, HYOMEI is guaranteed by W. W. Parker to cure them if you give it half a chance. Just breathe it, that's all, and its healing, soothing, antiseptic properties will make you feel better in a day. If you own an inhaler get a 50 cent bottle of HYOMEI at W. V. Parker'sto day. If you do not own a Hyomei in haler, ask for a complete outfit, which consists of an inhaler, a bottle of HY OMEI and simple instructions for use This complete outfit costs $1.00, butyou then have an inhaler that will laat a lifetime. Pupils of the Central Graded Schools Whose Names Were Read Out Be fore the Trustees and Visitors. The usual exercises incident tt the reading of the monthly Honor Roll for the several grades of the Central Graded School before the trustees and visitors, was held Tuesday morn ing. Rev. J. W. Morgan delivered the address, which was very highly complimented by those who heard it. Following was the program, Superin tendent Alderman announcing the names on the Roll of Honor in the order as printed below: PROGRAM. Prayer Rev. R. C. Craven. The'Ten Commandments The School. Song "O Mother Dear," The School. Poem "The Dav is Done" TheSchool. Reading of Honor Roll Prof. Alderman. Address Rev. J. V. Morgan. Song-"Carolina" The school. SECOND G MADE. Elsie Cheek. Myra Hiirht. Tillie Lamb, Anne Macon, Minnie Murray, Minnie Minigki, Elizabeth Xewcomb, Rosa Pirie, Re.ssie Scoggins. Hen rietta Strause, Alice Thomas, Hart well Bass, Norwood Evans, Henry Vr i- Taicni- i!il! rt-rin T."nv1:iii Whitiif v Rankin, John Tylr, Wil-; liam H addill, Straughan atkins, John Hilliard Zollicoffer. THIRD GRADE. Lottie Bradford, Clarke II-irris, Fred Hayes, Woody Evans. Libby Quails, Zula Hunt. John Alderman, Robert Pirie, Davis Falkner, Edwin Fuller Parham. Alfred Wester. Wal ter Rowland, Rnbert Gill Young, Sarah Carter, Elbe D ivis. Eleanor Farrow, Elizabeth Harris, Alice Hughes, Kate Mustiau, Jessie Roth. FOURTH GRADE. Lula Bradford, Georg-i Mangum, Kenneth Kelly, Carrie Cheatham, Mary Clegg Goodrich. Mary Taylor, hdeanor Chesson, Mildred Wester,; John Willis Hayes, Noell Hobgood, 4 Lennie Elmore, Agnes E iulkner, ! Goode Barnes, William Xewcomb, Conrad Sturges, Frank Murriy, Si 1- I nev Lane. I FIFTH GRADE Alice Aycock. Blanche Davis, Anna bel Futfell, Mary Macon. Mildred Rankin, Josie Wester, John Thorn Thomas Sraaw. SIXTH GRADE. Sadie White, Torn Skinner Kittrell, Dorothy Harris. Mariam Pirie, Min nie Mangum, Andrew Xewcomb, Run von Tvler, Neweil Cordell. Melvin Matthews, Alice Boyd Ellis, Theo T homas. SEVENTH GRADE. Aline Hughes, Francis Harris, Elizabeth Dorsey, Hattie Roth, Ber tha Freeman. FREE ! FREE ! FREE ! One 6 Two e Three. M f? - .- V- .,. - r 'rS l fZtit The most startling offer ever made in Henderson. Three Graud Cpright Krause Pianos to be given away absolutely FREE, by Henderson's three most enterprising merchants. "With a deep feeling of gratitude for the business you have given us in the past and to show our substantial appreciation for what you may give us in the future, we will open the grandest contest Monday Morning, Nov. 14th, that has ever been offered to the people in and around Henderson bv placing in the stores of Geo. A. Rose, Co.. The City Grocery Co., and X. I). Wells jewelry store, three high grade pianos to be given away iu a voting contest four months from that dav or on Marc'il;th. 1111. This is a free-for-all contest and if you wi-h to win one of these sweet toned in struments get busy and get yourself into the race. Call at either of the above well known stores and we will take pleasure in explaining the rules of the contest and fur nishing you free of charge, all that is necessarv to do the work with. All that is necessary on your part is to speak a word to vour friends, ask them to trade at either of the above stores and secure votes in the ratio of 200 votes for each ?1.U0 purchase, or secure a new subscriber to the Gold Leaf for one vear at $1 50 and receive 50O votes. There is to be three pianos given away at the close of this contest to the three candidates securing the highest numbers of votes. There will be twelve other pianos so nearly given away that i; will be very interesting to work for them. Think of it, Fifteen. $350.00 Pianos in One Contest. We have decided, in order to make an equal distribution of the free pianos to di vide the territory into three districts and let one free piano go to each district thus avoiding the bunching of the free pianos. The territory is divided as follows: The city limits of Henderson to constitute district No. 1. North of the S. A. L. R. R., and outside the city limits district Xo 2 outh ol A. L. R. R., and outside the city limits district Xo.3, and we will give a free piano m each of these districts to the candidate getting the highest numbers of 7" ' Ju 8ecndar-v Pme9 be awarded in the same manner, and are as fol 7S: , , eandldatea securing the second highest vote in district Xo. 1 will be given a due bill for 2b0.00 to apply on the purchase of a Krause (350.00) piano good for-one year. The third highest, a due bill for 250.00, as above. The fourth highest a due bill Jor $240.00. The fifth highest a due bill for ?230.00 as above. The same rule will be given in districts Xo's. 2 and 3 as in Xo. 1. Now you may bet your boots that the campaign just closed will hardly be worth mentioning in interest and enthusiasm, to the interest that will develop in this con test before its close. Get in the race early and you stand a good chance to win. See the Pianos, play on them, have your f. i u ii examine them at the above stores, also ask the Gold Leaf about them. Friends of the following ladles have ah- 1 1 r placed their names in nominations tor the great contest, and each one is given 1.000 votes as a starter. Other nominations mav be made vote vour choice l n(SaMh- CWy W: l?ne Betfcl-WW, Hattie Mclntyre 1.000, Maria Tucker J?.an.a Tucker 1,000 Florence Currin 1,000. Sallie Harris 1,000, Kate Perrie 1.000. Virginia Alderman 1.000. Julia Rowland 1,000, Annie Mangum 1.000, Ida riS? ono t Ju.nifIDun 1.000, Emma Dunn 1.000, Carrie Land ise 1.000. Hattie SiViffinJe?,ei?arn5 M!?Vieile IIicks 1.000, Louise Jones 1,000, Maggie RnXVMWlIlne(-Hitel,eGaha,n 1.000, Lona Page 1.000, Florence CnKth1??'111 1-000, Amy Butler 1,000. Elizabeth ffll i n Krmma omble 1.00O, Hattie Dunn 1.000, Lora Barnes 1,000, Esther i oAUDit fjreeTQ 1'W Bes8ie Kerner 1-00, Fanny Cooper 1,000, Ida nKn nn! ?iSSwI v1- 1.000. Pearl Kobewon 1.000. Leah Perry 1.000. ?rlon fw1 1'S00,' ,el 1'0?0' JaHa "oward 1.000. Effie Keller 1,000, Hen derson: Roena Butler 1,000, Epson; Mary Williams 1,000, Kittrell. Tn lSIiTt?' Uenderso,nv 10; Bie Satterwhite. Henderson, rfd, 1.000; fcil fw. Hender!r-1.00; KosaSatterwhite. Henderson, rfd, 1.000; Clara mKw2 i fw?oD'x-d l'v?; r?arl ,Ileavi8- Anderson, rid. 1.000; Pearl Parause. Midd leburg. 1.000; Minnie atkins, 1.000; Kate Parish, Middleburg 1 000- Lucy 5nVi'i,1-???:HMi,111- WeStr' nndn. 1-OoS; Emma Alston, wlrd?, MfdWdleburgUinW08On' 1C; &J Sh&Q D&bD Koea Ed! EIGHTH GRADE. Francis Macon, Louise Siuaw, Francis Cheatham, Alice Falkner, Eliza Hayes, Boyd Kimball, Eliza beth Corbitt, Charlie Baskett. NINTH GRADE. Ruth Roth, Earle Harris, Arthur Tyler, Marv Glover. TENTH GRADE. Mary Atwood, Katie Burin, Jeanie Gary. ELEVENTH GRADE. Lssi- Tvler. Mr. Otto Paul. Milwaukee, Wis., says Foley's Honey and Tar is still more than the best. He writes us, "All those that bought it think it is the best for coughs and colds they ever hail and I think it is still more than the best. Our baby had a bad cold and it cured him in one day. Please accept thanks." Sold by all druggists. Tuesday's Election. The election Tuesday was unusual ly quiet and pretty much all one way as for as Vance county was con cerned. Following was the vote: Clerk of-the superior court, Henry Perry, no opposition 1,2.'52. Roister of deeds. K. W. Edwards, 1.197; Enoch Powell, 297. Sheriff, J. S. Royster, 1,177; W. H. Cutts, 294. Treasurer, Melville Dorsev, 1,223; J. P. Satterwhire, 208. Coroner, D. W. Hardee. 1,199. No opposition. County Commissioners, J. B. Allen I, 181, J. K. Plurumer 1,185, D. II. Reavis 1.181, I. C. Bobbitt 1,082, J. L. Capps 1,151. A. E. White 382, P. J. McMillan 295, P. J. Stainback 312, Solon Souther-laud 295, J. C. Lamb 277. Highway commissioners, II. A. Davis 1,200, Spotswood Burwell 1, 15G, J. V. Renn 1,198, J. A. Boyd, 1,195, Sol W. Greenway 1,198, L. H. Langford 1.215. William M. Ellis received 337 for highway commis sioner he being the only man nomi nated for this office by the Republi cans. State senate, Marmaduke J. Flaw kins 1.195. No opposition. Legislature. Thomas Tavlor 1,18G, J. T. R. Hoover 2GG. Solicitor, R. G. AINbrook 1,19G. No opposition. Congress, Edward W. Pou 1,158, U A. P. Co o!oy 342. . . IV. Shoop's Heaith Coffee is created from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc no real coffee in it. Fine flavor is "made in a min ute." No 20 or 30 minutos tedious boiling Sample Free. Sold by Geo. E. Perry, grocer. a Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by W. Y. Parker, druggist. apr 1 Will Promote Beauty. Women desiring beauty get wonderful help from Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It banishes pimples, skin eruptions, sores and boils. It makes the skin soft and velvety. It glorifies the face. Cures sore eyes, cold sores, cracked hands. Rest for burns, scalds, fever sores, cuts, bruises and piles. 2oe. at Melville Dorsey's drug store. if flii-iaii . f i -. ill iv, r il II THE PEOPLE SAY If You Want a Good Article. SAMUEL WATIIMS Shoes, Eat3 CAN FIT AND PUEASE YOU. New Line of Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits Re ceived This Week. Furniture, MEM PATTERN BR1 CUT 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 o o uper All Sold 2 0 s b PRICES RANGE FROM 5.0O TO S20.00 EACH. Now is the Time to Save Money on Your Fall Wrap. Come in And See for V o u r s e 1 f ! (EE. o 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00OOO :buy it of: THE LARGEST STOCK OF MEW CLOTHING and Gents' Furnishings in Town. Carpets and Rugs Pretty This Fall. PIBCE R. W. Jones . B. 0 Clarksville, Virginia. and Make Our jug, $1.65 jug. 3.30 jug, 5.00 jug, 6.60 jug, 7.50 jug. 1.10 Clarksville Whiskey Hovise, Clarksville, Virginia. EDUCTION.! ioc of adiesP (Clocks 1 At A Uniform Reduction Of PER A. IEdDSE (D. 9 1 Are Very GL& LOST OF Corn Whiskies, Own Whiskies. 100 proof. 1 gallon of Whiskey and jug, $2.15 2 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 4.30 3 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 6.50 4 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 8.60 1 gallon 4 years old Whiskey, 2.50 1 gallon 8 years old Whiskey, 3.00 4 qts of 1 0 years old Whiskey, 4.00 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and jug, 1 .25 o t CENT ftRAND THEATRp A J. S. POYTHRESS. Mn2er. gj Wednesday, Nov. 16th. Paramount Organization of the Mi., etrel World. JOHN W. VOGEL'S BIG CITY MINSTRELS of St.'lliir l.i-i,., r-ntiiiir an u-?--i Pil ourrcnr nf M..; OUrt SoD. I".,, ,.. Snyinto .in, 1 Ji ,ri Aw-iiifipirni; I'll,!,.. takings. ft Different From All Others TOE BEST BY TEST New OriginaJ First Part. rRICKS: 25, 50. 75c and 1 no Seats oq sale at Kerner-McNuirV Administrator Notice. HAVlNOQl ALiFIKI) AS IMIM torof the"tnt of Mr. I!.i.- V , i dMtn8el, In-fore the ( Icrk of tin- Sui..- ourt of Vauoe oountv, North Carolina nor .!! persons having cluiaiH utc.-tin-t tlip said dereawd are hereby notititd to j.r. tliem to me dulv verified on or Ix-fur-- 10th dav of November, Hll, or tins ni will be pleaded in bar of their rwovry. persons indebted to snid ettt will , make immediate payment. This 5th November. 1SH0. OKOltliK WV( K1K Administrator estate of Mth. Koic off, defeased. NOTICE. I SHALL SELL FOR ("ASH AT I 1 1 1 n AlVTION to the highest l,i,,l, r at the Court House door in Henderson. N. t' .,.n Saturday, Nov. 12th. 1910, twenty-five acres of land near Williams!. nm conveyed to me in truct by John Ilarn- t.i secure the purchase price now put .hi.- Tin- lot txjrins at a stake on the w uliaiiil ..i,, road and rnns N. 55( W. 2$so . (lains t.. stake in a swamp, John Harris' corn. !-: t li. n :H)lt W. !:0 chains to a htak- m swamji. James Harris' corner: then s ti. '2 i chains to a stake on the Willi. .uik boro road; then along said roa! !in . liamn to ihe teginning. Sale made by r.'.jin st of Planters Supply Co., pres-nt holder of the notes. Henderson, N.C.Oct. 11'. liMit J. c. kitti:i:i.'.. Trilbtee Notice of Land Sale. UNDER AND II Y VIRTI'E OF I'oW contained iu a certain Deed of Tr exwuted by Madison Young and wife. I1 'at- IllMl III ,!e ..f I.llr til.' 1 J sey loung, Decemtier, 10th. 1 !(,. rei'Orued in Kegister ol 1'eeds "tti.e Vance County, in Rook 2. Tag.- l!"; fault having been made in payment the debt secured therein and at the re.p of the holder of same, I shall sell by pu auction for cash to the highest bidder nt Court House door in Henderson, at o'clock Monday, November 14th, 1910, the following descrilied land: Hounded on the East by lands of Horace Riillock: on tin South bv lands-of Horace Hulloek. on tie- West by iandsof William Hope; ou t lie Nort ii by lands of John Henderson: contain;!' 3 acres, more or lss. This Oct. 12th, 1910. J. C KITTRELL. TrilK'e'- Trustee's Sale of Land TTNDER AND HY VIRTI'E T 1 hi: l.v VJ power in n Dwd of Trust exerut.-.l Ed. W. Wntkins and his wife. Kate S W kins, dated October 1st, iiml duly corded in the Register of Deeds Dflh-e Vance Counv, North ( arohna. m Hook of Mortgages page 14. t nls . and d. f.. il' having teen made in payment of the r...t--secured thereby and at the ropiest ot !,. holder of snid notes. I shall sell M pnl.Ii miction for cash to the highest bidder at tl.- Court House door in Henderson. said Van... County, at 12 o'clock on Monday, November 14, 1910. the following descrils-d land: Regini.ii; at an iron stake at the Southwest . on . r made by the interreetion of Chestnut SM"' and Burwell Avenue and running tint;--along liu r well Avenue toward J r:. t T Street one hundred and twelve feet '' iron stake, Mary K. Hicks corneroii said nuethence with MaryE. Hicks' I one li'in dred and twenty-four feet to an iron i-ia.-near a well; t hence st ill ulong her line (j v. f. ' to an iron stake; thence through tlie.. i '-r of said well one hundred and fifty-seven f. t to Young Avenue, Mary E Hicks' corner thence along the said Krenne to Chestnut St reet : thence along Chestnut Street to tin-Ix-ginning: b'ing the same lot as t hat hour lit from T. Roberts Raker and wife and m. proved bv a two-storv frame dwelling. This October o, 1JM0. HARRY H. RAKER. Tni-t.e NOTICE. Sale of Thirty-Threo Acres of Land Near Kittrell, N. C. UNDER AND IiY VIRTI'E OK AN ol der of the Superior Court of Van" County duly npproved by the r.-sid'-nt .h. of the district in t hespeeial pnx-eeding t h. r. in pending, entitled Cleveland Hunt, M Frances Hunt and Ollie Hunt, infants under the age of twenty one years, by thf-r g'lard ian and mother. Mrs. L. C. Kirk, mid M L. C. Kirk, in her own right, ex parte- I will offer for sale at public au' i ion at f la Court Hitise door in Henderson. ' County, N. C, at noon on Monday, December 12th, 1910, for cash to the highest bidder a land, more or less, on the North sub pubic road leading from Robbitt to K adjoiningthe lands of Hugh M Hight East. North and West, Iing the land was devised bv the inte Elizahth Jan. rr ' of ' lttr.-i on : i V. !::' If- to her son, Robert Powhatan Hunt, and then to the children ol the said for i. Powhatan Hunt who died in the year Henderson, N.C., Nov. 1H1U. J H. IJRI DOERS. Comniissuitier Wise Granite Co., Wise, N. C. t Contractors and Builders. We are now located in IleivU r gon and eolicit your patronage. Succeed when everything eUe fefls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AMP J STOMACH TROUULt. it is the best medicine ever over druggist's counter. Read, and advertise in Geld xeaf. ' if -i . : .4. r i v V F i; ( rlMi- out. V Y V , be i Ml It. J'