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THE HENDEKSON GOUL L.EAF THURSDAY, NOVEMBEK 10, 1910.
ftEEP WHAT VOU REAP 1 GOOD CROPS are of no lasting benefit if you spend every year ALL that they bring in. Make vour successful harvest do more than merely en able you to live to the next one. Bank your pro ceeds, check out as your needs require and see to it that that there is a surplus remaining at the end 0f a year's time a clear profit from the business. This bank will keep your maney safe, give you every consistent accomodation and co-operate with every way possible to make your farm investment pay greater dividends than it has ever done before. Citizens Bank, of Henderson, Henderson, X. C. Low Rates to Raleigh. , . ..,, , . ""MMMMMaMMaHWMMIMMMHMMHMMBMMaMNMmaMMMMBMaMMHMHW VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Uantels. Tiles, Cahill Grates. M JOHN B. W ATKINS. i I'liOMS For rent. Ap- MKS. JAXEY. HARRIS. nti.MJTri'V MTTI7T. Im. x ii ' ' 1 ' 1 " " ' ... ... .... ' ,Vr n i ( H)CNTINsi:ran(:i: ''U. ..." r i- V f irivH ' .r,.r,pifH-tv'ii in rase of sickness, acci t'r,t oH-tth. You should carryapoli- -T7T.!'. Sf-veral thoroughbred r Vint.- L-!,'lHrn cockerels and pul- H 1 R. I',. CROWD ER. (,. inif where on the street Sun-1..4- n irpBipnt. tthnne i ..Ha nnil small diamond. i'iVr.il n uar.l will he paid the finder if I left fit tliH 7TuilTvTKl'IANTS Home grown, All the best va- "s.,w h t lie time to Bet them n ALFA' J. CHEEK. , ,. room house with mod- em conveniences'. W. W. PARKER. . . r 1 .! IillI Sl.l. 1oi in uuu uiiuib 1 wea t'ler!". a rdinir. u- n- n t lI-r.T U . . I .1 iirv ij iv. HfNTI".I) AT M Iv iiampron s V MaMzine wants a reliable man 7,i iK-mlerHon to sell the fast- irrowiii" magazine in America. Karn sl.Mi to sr. oo a iln.v. rue imme- dnteiv f..r '"Salary Finn ana nv.v. ..utiit". Ail.ln-srt -'VON." Sales Mgr., iumi.toN K Matrazine, west .Join rt., NVwVork. novx . . . ...... n T itii r T 4 )uVs: i;ii:i.s! i-ui-.r, toiiUJioiA ) i'.iM'I.i:s for a little easy spare time work for Hampton's Magazine, yn.lim-tai for wonderful FREE Bicycle iifffr. .vMress "I'.icycle Club," Room r,;w. '.' Went th St., New 1 orK. novi ti,,i sl !'. Handsome Tailor-Made r Suit Cost .-sl'.S.OO. Never worn, j Size i'A Von can buy for almost half rsliip At lUliKKLLA: l'AF.FS PRESSING ULL 15. I ''INF. (' MI !'.S I am agent for XUN 4 SALI.VS FINE CANDIES. Also RnYsTKU'S CANDIES in biases and bulk. "None like Nunnally's." MELVILLE DORSEY. TI'ST KFCE1V ED Large supply of fi Thanksgiving and fancy Post Cards. ... . . . v . TX T T Druggist. T T!:oi'.i: HEATERforsale. Ingood L nmilitiou and will be sold very !. May he seen at house where Mre. Shannon formerly lived, on Charles street, now occupied by Mr. N. D. Vell8 IV. V. Parker advertises! a bigsup ply of Tlianksirivinr ami fancy post (r just received. Mrs. M. Hilling" returned home Tues lay after an absence of four weeks, I'fiit niostlv in Baltimore. l.atiol..' Heater in ood condition i"e!ieiv,l f,,r sale at a bargain. Can seen at iMiuso where Mrs. Shannon f"rni'ri v lived, now occupied by Mr. N. K Wells. ' Want to buy a $28 tailor-made nit for about "half cost? If so see t'lvertiseinenr in Want Column and make enquiry at Murrell & Page's Pressing Clui. ne s tiue rates that were given for tlStm,. fair will obtain on all the fiiiroads leailiiiig Ualeigli, account 1 the "!'e,lt Jienmbiru mppt. tn bp 1 J there ,in Wednesday and Thurs Nuveiiil.cr lC.th and 17th. , Sunday. Novetnber 1 nth, onlv, the ''il'oai-,1 will operate its regular passeii-ei- train from Durham to ""tiilersori juhI return on regular w day schedule. This to ascer "i amount of patronage likely to fxtei.de, to such service. J 11. I'.ridgers, commissioner, ad v,Jt!ses to sell acres of land '"'.late in Kitt itll township atpublie '"n to the highest bidder for 'i at the court house door in llen ll'i",' ;U Ii""n- or Monday, Decem 7 t'1' s,v ntice elsewhere for ,Jft!ier usformation. 1,1 rul'liliing the names of the niinin.Mit committee last week as atti"V 11't''l','ar "a )ronze tablet "Sol to the tuoument, the name of w th" ,:l,-1Ios-that of iIrs- v" A- iv't' W:ls- '"rtently omitted. to are nine members of the com- Apologetic. This issue of the paper is gotten out under very trying conditions. The editor lias been sick for a week and when he was not in bed he was unfit for work. In view of this, cer tain matters have been neglected and considerably belated th paper goes to press uncomplete and unsatisfac tory with a number of important items unnoted. But these will receive attention next week the deaths of Mr. II. S. Major and Mr. W. E. Brady among other things. W2rrenton to Build Lighting Plant. Mr. J. II. I'ridgers returned from Watrenton Tuesday night where he had been called in consultation with ti commissioners of that town in reg.ird to purchasing its lighting equipment. The town will own and operate the plant und the work of installation will begin at once. The position of Mr. Bridrers in the mat ter is that of consulting expert or counsellor, advising the kind of equipment needed as best for the town and best for the patrons. Our neighbors are fortunate in their .se lection of a man to give them "light" on the subject under contemplation. Cordially Invited. Cards which read as follows have been issued to friends in Henderson and the surrounding country. Ifyou received one well and good if not consider this a personal invitation to visit Allen-Moss Hardware Com pany's store any day next, week for the purpose set forth: Allen-Moss Hardware Co., of Henderson, N. Carolina, extend you a cordial invitation to visit their store from November fourteenth to nineteenth to meet the Malleable Man from South Rend, who will show his Range. Serve a dainty lunch, and present you with a Cook Book, and useful Souvenir. With each range sold during this demonstration a set of ware will be given absolutely free. - A New Departure. A new departure in the line of news paper business for North Carolina has just been made by the The Times of Ral eigh. This big daily has reduced its price by mall to $2.50 per year, payable in advance. Some weeks ago this paper ran a special bargain price and the re sults were so nattering that the mange, ment decided to give the people of the State a daily newspaper for the price of $2. HO per year. The Times being a modern leased wire telegraph paper, there is no reason why it should not have fifty thousand circulation within a year at that price. J. V. Simms, editor and publisher of the paper, winouncea at the same time that many more improve ments are to be made in the near future and the reading public of the State will get a service in 1 h Times that is unex celled in the entire country. The Times will do no more credit business but will be strictly cash in advance. This step places The Times in the front of all other dailies. -ttee ? instead of only eight as j'' Al,t'matie Suit Presser should w '", t,u,St desire to np tr neatly dressed without the ex- paro- ' S,-ly ,'lotne6' or constant itiovlnia?' l!u l,re!isinff el"0 tha ts wrinkles and takes out t'ag at tl i., , i.. nun-!". X UlS III lilt? Good Results Always Follow The tise of Foley Kidney Pills. They are upbuilding, strengthening ana Booming. Tonic in action, quick in results. Sold by all druggiwta. A pain prescription is printed upon each 25c. box of Dr. Shoon's Pi lk Pain Tablets. A&k your Doctor or Druggist if this formula is not complete Head pains, womanly pains anywhere eret instant relief from a Pink Pain Tablet. The Paragon, II. E. Thrower, Proprietor. PILES CURED. DH A. UPHAM S ELECTUARY will CURE ilio iila tin mnttpr hnw nner von have suf fered. It will eradicate the disease from the system FORKVEK, SATISFACTION', or your money BACK. At Thomas Brothers', Henderson. N. C. al The Automatic Suit Presser. ThQ 1 l i-. o. UVO ill HIV Iiatts..,f ' ave urJers witn agent at A Fine Band. u, tV' V.ifc City Minstrels on? pi ,d t"ilver cornet band of twenty uHe'rVo, Sf -V1,1 a couWe symphony Winn f , n' b0th UDder the able J&m 'i e I0Pular director, Prof. G; n,r lnn,ln aid the Louisiana Barrv i UI1,ler the direction of Mr. f Mn.r o Vn' who ha3 the reputation the min ';)remo8t vocal director in aUui!ihJr,eine88, wiU 8uppiy the liar'tVoK.er" 15iR city Minstrels will hLul t.h(L(-r.and Theatre next Jouht v;n !S t'.NoTember 1Gth and kouse 1 u !U l,e witnessed by a crowded L A Household Medicine V 4 w ach mmbe- of the family i ln.r' V. Z.:?1!? ,or childr. or grown on, r- for children or irrown ner- iti i'ra I . i ... 'weet f '"'."- a"u ih best and fsK COUgLsftn4rold8- Sold by all Removes the Wrinkles and Bagging From the Knee Put in the crease, leaves out the shine. Sl.OOPer Set. Leave your order with agent at Hender son ta:e. Mixing Things IS OUR BUSINESS. That is Things in the Drag Line. Do you realize that the mixing of medicine is a particular job? There are many ways in which medicine can be mixed, but only one right way. Oil and water are pretty hard to mix, but the druggist who knows hi3 business can mix oil and water into an emulsion as smooth as the oil itself. We know the drug business thor oughly and would be glad to mix your medicines for you Kerner-MacNair Co., PHARMACISTS. Account -of the great flying ma chine exhibition in Raleigh next Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. lGth and 17th, the Seaboard will sell low round trip tickets and provide ample accommodation for the crowds that will attend. On both these dates the Shoo Flv train will be extended tn VM sufficient extra coaches will be pro- viaea to take care of all comfortably. Of course vou are n-oinrr tn IlaleiVh to see this frreat demnnstrntinn rf air navigation bv one nf tlienrrpn tpat. air-men in the world Glenn II. Cur- Such an ODDortunitv tn witness real aeroplane in flight should not missea. tis a be 4 Rev. J. W. Morgan. In a private letter to the editor of the Gold Leaf a few days ago Col. Wm. II. S. Burgwyn took occasion to say some very agreeable thinsrs about Rev. J. W. Morgan and wife, wuicn we Know ne will not object to our making useof. Hesavs: "I want to congratulate you upon the fact that Henderson has secured the ser vices as Baptist minister, of the Rev. J. W. Morgan whom I knew and es teemed so highly while he was minis ter here. He and his most highly ac complished wife, left Weldon for a larger field elsewhere bearinsr with them the sincerest wishes for their happiness and welfare of all denomi nations in the town. Roth to Mrs. Burgwyn and myself their goingaway was a personal regret and we are truly rejoiced that they are back again in the Old North State to stay for the balance of their lives, we hope." - A Refined Entertainment. John W. Vogel's Big City Minstrels have reached the highest summit of per fection, towering above all similar at tractions, a monument to the march of progressive minstrel enterprise. It is unequaled, conducted on a broad and liberal basis, the company contain ing the leading lights of minstrelsy, the very cream of laugh-producers, and the pick of high-class novelty entertainers, presenting a program entirely different from other minstrel organizations, and a welcome relief from the old and thread hare methods so long in use by similar enterprises. The public's wants have been carefully considered by Manager vogel, who has acquired recognition for the advancement and further develop ment of minstrelsy, receiving the praise and steadfast financial support of all overs of amusement, this famous or ganization will be seen at the Grand theatre next Vendesday night, Novem ber lGt!!. A grand and imposing free specacular street parade will be given on that day at 12 o clock. He on the street at that hour to hear th? band concert Adver. GRAND THEATRE J J. S. POYTHRESS, Manager. Monday, November 14th. CASTLE and BAKER Present George Barr McCutcheon's Fascinatipg Romance, "GRADSTARK (A Love Behind a Throne) Dramatized by George I). Baker. "A Play that leaves one with the frocrrance of roses and an abiding memory of all that is beautiful, interpreted by a cist of New l ork Players. tO Weeks in New York, 8 Weeks in Chicago, and acclaimed from coast to coast as The Theatrical success of the Century. Scenic production of exceptional splendor enhanced bv novel electrical effects. The play that set the country talking and set a standard for others to follow. Read the Book See the Play, PRICES: $1.50, $1.00. 75, 50 & 25 cents. Seats on sale at Kerner-McNair's pharmacy. Special Low Rates -VIA- Seaboard Air Line To RALEIGH, ACCOUNT Flyin&IVIachine Exhibition NOV. 16TH - 17TH. Account of the Great Flying Ma chine Exhibition to be held in Raleigh November 16th and 17th, the Sea board announces exceedingly low rates. Tickets will be on sale Nov. lGth and 17th, final return limit No vember 19th. This is a rare opportunity to wit ness a real aeroplane flight by one of the greatest areonauts in the world, Glenn Curtis. Don't miss this oppor tunity. The Shoo Fly will be extended to Weldon on both these dates and suf ficient extra coaches will be provided to take care of all comfortably. For rates, etc., see your agent or write the undersigned. II. S. LEARD, Division Fassenger Agent, Raleigh, N. C. IW . . 1 5 9 King of Externals is (he Original in the field of external rem edies for all forms of inflammation such as pneumonia, croup and colds. Nothing can approach Gowans. It stands supreme. Vt'e have been selling Gowans Preparation for Pneumonia and CoUs ever since it v;is put on the market, and Lave found it one of our moat satisfartory sellers. CA UP ESTER BROS., Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Greenville, S C, July V, 1U10. P!jY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME A!) Druggists. SI. rOc. 25c. CC'. fcN MEDICAL CO.. DURHAM. N. C. Ca.r:n!jd. toj ecus; rjjjndsd bj your Crsgtitt Invited to Deliver Address. i Terrible Accident on Railroad. At a meeting two weeks ago of the board of governors of the American Cotton Manufacturers Association in New York, called by Mr. D.Y.Cooper, president, Mr. W. A. Erwin of Dur ham, was elected chairman of the board of governors to fill the vacancv caused by the death of Mr. Charles K. Oliver. Richmond, Ya., was selected as the place of the next annual meeting of the American Cotton Manufacturers Association, May, 1911, being fixed as the time. Following this meeting the officers of the National Cotton Manufactur ers Association of New England in vited the Southern Manufacturers to a dinner at the Engineers Club in New York. This was the first time that the New England and Southern Manufacturers have met. It goes without saying that they had a most pleasant and delightful evening and all enjo.ved the generous hospitality fully. The occasion was of course enlivened by speeches from different members and all expressed the opin ion that such meetings will be mutually beneficial. Mr. Cooper was invited by the Ark wright Club, of Boston, to address them on the evening of the 10th, the speech to be along the lines of textile manufacturing the selection of the subject being left to him. "TOE LADIES' STORE." KNIT GOODS. We Have a Beautiful Line of Knit Skirts, Underware Etc., Etc. To which Special Attention is Called. And that new CLOAK! Have vou bought it yet? We have a nice line to select from and the price is low enough. Mrs. MissilUer A horrible accident occurred at a railroad crossing just on the West ern edge of town Saturday afternoon which resulted in the death of one man and the injury of another, the killing of the team (horse and mule) and the destruction of the wagon. The young men. Eugene and Willie Puckett, aged 23 and 18 years re spectively, eons of Mr. Joe Puckett, of Granville county, came to Hen derson Friday to bring a load of to bacco. They sold Saturday and after making some purchases at thestores in company with a number of others traveling in the party they started for their home near Stovall. When the crossing just beyond Mr. Hill Parham's was reached the wagon wus struck by engine No. 203 on the Southern Railroad pulling the Oxford train with the result above stated. Willie Puckett was driving and he was killed instantly, the back of the head beingcrushed. Eugene Puckett was thrown from the wagon, and hurled for a considerable distance but escaped serious injury. He was able to be taken home Sunday, some what bruised and sore but will be all right again in a 6hort while. The body of the dead man was taken to undertaking rooms of coro ner D. W. Hardee and an inquiry was made into the affair. The verdict of the jury was that young Puckett came to his death by accidental causes, without fixing blame on any one, either the driver of the wagon or the engineer id charge of the train. There is a sharp curve in the railroad track and a deep cut just at this point. The train was not 6een until it was right on the wagon, and the latter was unobserved by the engineer until it was too late to avert the accident. The train blew for the crossing as usual but it was not heard nor was its approach real ized until the engine was within a few feet of the wagon says the occu pant who mysteriously escaped witn his life. The engine was reversed, the emergency brakeo applied and every thing possible to avoid the shocking occurrence was done but to no avail. The old, old story, told times without number, rppeated over and over again for the last 3b vears, but it is always a wel come story to those in eean-h of health There is nothing in the world that cures coughs and colds as quickly as Chamber lain s Cough Kemedy. bold by all dealers. Croup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. Parents of young children shuld be pre pared for it. All that ia needed is a bottle of I hamblerlain s l ouga Kemedy. Many mothers are never without it in their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all dealers. PROGRESS. In the perfection of electrical goods of all kinds, and in their manufacture, has placed them within reach of everyone, as you will see by our prices for put ting in Electric Light. When you want your home, office, factory, store fitted up with electric light or power we will give you an estimate that can not be competed with for first class work. :-i :-: Henderson Lighting & Power Co. Henderson, N. C. I RAPID n it. i .mi in mm ii i Ifca n m in -in ii' it i iiMMiiMiiaMMSiMMiB.iMMa raiiMtiftTii-Ww-lTr-iita';ll!,':.,l! wTri'va.r., --.-,.,.-..-,-.LL.. , , i. hwiul. Ull YouNever Get Too Old To Learn ! If You are Thinking of Buying a GASOLINE ENGINE Learn Something About the FsiSiBssiBiilks Sr lUdopsB They are made in all sizes to do all kinds of work. You can run any machine made with one. The CHEAPEST power you can get. and the BEST. Get my prices on small lighting plants, all com. plete, to li ght your home or factory. I can save you money on Pumps, Wind Mills, Tow ers, and Tanks, Rams, Pressure Systems, Gas Sys tems. Steam Fitting, Plumbing, Electric work. Supplies of all kinds. Estimates and prices on application free R. E. STARNES, Agent for Fairbanks & Morse Engines and Supplies, Oxford, V. C. Wtiw New Goods! Are being constantly received which in sures our customers receiving perfectly fresh articles. We handle only the best and most reliable brands of every kind of food products, and sell them at bed rock prices. Ellington Grocery Co. Phone 20.. Cooking Demonstration. As will be seen bv advprtispmAnr published on the first page of the Gold Leap this wwlr. tbpr will h a. cooking exhibit all next week, begin ning Monday, 14tb, at Allen-Moss Hardware Company's store to demonstrate the baking qualities of the South Bend Malleable range. An expert from the factorv will b in charge and hot biscuits, coffee, etc., wm oe served tree to an visitors. All hpftflfl nf lirmaphriMa the Inrlioa especially are very cordially invited I.U visic me store any aay uurmg tne week from Mondav until Satnrdav evening and see the South Bend range iii i - ,. uoiug ousiness. Allen-Moss Hard ware Company are exclusive selling agents in Henderson for the South Bend Malleable, and whether you want to buy or not they want to 6how you the many distict ive features of the ranc-, Thpv hc- lieve it will be time well spent foryou ana ior them and a cordial welcome will be extended as manv ns will favor them with a visit. - . The Fragrance of Roses. Those who have read Georce liarr Mc Cutcheon's novel, "Graustark," or seen the dramatized version by George D. Baker produced on the stage, do not need to be told that the play retains all the heart interest and thrilling incidents of the charming story, and faithfully de picts the romantic adventure of a fear less American and a Princess of royal blood. Bristling: with dramatic sensations. with a vein of humor interwoven in its marvelous plot, mounted with elaborate scenic effects and picturesque costumes, and produced by a capable company, ' Graustark" is a play that pleases. As has been aptly said it leaves one with tne Iragrance of roses and an abiding memory of all that is beautiful. Miss Chrystal Benson is happily cast as "Princess Yetive" and Mr. Charles Bart ling interprets the role of "Greenfall Lor ry" in a manner that recalls the heroic American to those who have read the book. The part of Baron Danglosa is in the hands of J. IJ. Lewis, and of him the author said recently "That man has stepped out of my book bag and bag gage; he has grasped ray conception of the lsaron. Others in whose hands various impor tant characters are entrusted, all do their share in giving theatregoers a per formance of romantic drama that sends a thrill of joy to one's heart. Grand theatre Mondav night, Novem ber 14th. Adver. Mirt'o, Music and Merriment for You. John W. Vogel's Big City Minstrels is said to be a combination of mirth, mimicry and music, absolutely and positively the brightest, most enter taining and farthest advanced min strel entertainment ever present ed for public approval. It is so filled with sparkling fun that you hardly finish one laugh before you are plunged into another. There is a fund of humor that holds one in con stant merriment from start to finish Ifyou wish to enjoy an evening of pure wholesome fun without vul garity, do not fail to attend this en tertainment which will be given at the Grand Theatre next Wednesday night, November 16th, as it will be their only appearance here this sea son. Resolution of Thanks. Henry L. Wyatt Camp, United Confeder ate V eterans, Henderson, N. C, Nov. 5, 1910. At the regular meeting held on Nov, 5th, 1910. the following resolution was introduced and passed unanimously: Resolved, lhat we, the lienry L. Wvatt Camp, United Confederate et erans, of Vance County, North Carolina, in meeting assembled, do hereby express our hearty appreciation of the courtesy extended to us by Comrade D. Y.Cooper, in inviting the Catnp to dinner with him at Massenburg's Hotel, on October 20th, and we, the Confederate Veterans of Vance County, do hereby give Comrade Cooper a rising vote of thanks. S. UK AN, I.C. B0BBITT, W. E. GARY. - . 4 - The plonsant pnrKativeeffectisexperienced bv all who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition of the body and mind winch they create, makes one feel joyful. Sold by all dealers. HONOR ROLL. Sixth Grade, Central Craded School, fllss Ethel Plummer Teacher, for Week Ending November 4th. Alice Boyd Ellis 100 Dorothy Harris 99 Tom Skinner Kittrell 99 Wilbur Pirie 98 Mariam Pirie 98 Nathaniel Macon 98 Minnie Mangum 98 Melvin Matthews 97 Newell Cordell 97 Roy Bay 97 Lucy Parham 96 Sadie White 96 Andrew Newcomb 97 Elizabeth Fox 93 Tickliner. tiirht Consrhs. can be surely and quickly loosened -with a prescription dnisc- Kints are dispensing everywhere as ur. Shoops's Cousrh Remedy. And it is so very, very different from common cough medicines. .No Opium, no ( hloroform, absolutely notn ine unsafe. The tender leaves of a harm less, lung healing mountainous shrub, gives the curative properties to Dr. Shoop'sCough Itemed.?. Those leaves have the power to calm the most distressing Cough and to soothe and heal the most sensitive bron chial membrame. Mothers should, for safetr's sake alone, always demand Dr. .Shoop's. It can with periect freedom be given to even the youngest babes. Test it vourself and seel hold at lne raragon, xi. E. Thrower, Proprietor. AN OLD MAID!-? Once there was an OLD MAID who said that she did not need to marry. She ha 1 a parrot that swore, a monkey that chewed tobacco and a cat that went out nights. But the OLD MAID NEEDED A BANK and so do you. Try the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Henderson, N. C. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REMOVAL SALEM 0 0 0 0 0 ft Prices Cut in Half. Having decided to move our Jewelry Store into the new Young Build, ing about Nov. 1st, we desire to open up in our new quarters anentirel? brandner stock of the NEWEST GOODS. In order to do this, we will sell for next TEN DAYS, FOB, CASH our entire present stock at a reduc tion at 25 to 50 per ceut. from our very modest regular prices. This will be a BIG SACRIFICE to us, as many articles will be sold at Less Than Wholesale Cost, but the benefit is yours. Now is the time to bu? vour PRESENTS for the approaching WEDDINGS. Bu? vour HOLIDAY GIFTS now and have them engraved before the CHRISTMAS Rt'SIl. Choicest selections will be obtained by those who come early. No goods charged to any body at these prices. EL ED. W3EIL1LS. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FAY IDEAL STOCKINGS. Wanted ! C t t c c Wanted ! ! A GOOD FARM, one hundred to one hun dred and fifty acres in good community, convenient to cnurch and school. If you have a piece of property of this description with good buildings on it, let us know and we cau sell same for you. Henderson Loan &Real Estate Co. Phone 139, iV 1 3 a j j 1- Best For imm Wear Health Comfort -AN Economy. 2 Gases Jost Rsceined -AT- Thomas & Newcomb H. W. MIXON, DINNER JEWELRY FOR THJXKSGIVING should be Helected now, while our stock is new and of the larget va riety. You will be convinced after viewing; our collection that we carry the finest, most elegant and mast artistic line of pins, pendants, brooches, chains, bracelets and rings that canTbe seen anywhere. This jewelry is wrought from li karat gold, and set' with the purest and most brilliant diamonds, choicest pearlsa'nd other'precious stones. Jeweler and Optician. c c c c c c FURNITURE ! We have it anything you want for the home or kitchen. Two solid car loads just in beside other stuff. Bought right and will be sold right. Our manager visited the markets in person and made se lections to suit our customers. We carry a complete assortment of everything in the Furniture and House Furnishing line two floors full and are constantly in creasing stock. We have the goods we waut you to come in and look them over. We know we can please you in both goods and prices. Some bargains in pianos. We sell the M. Shultz Company's pianos, and can give you a line instrument for a very little money. How about that stove? We have it heating or cooking as you like. Henderson Furniture Co. R. R.. SATTERWHITE. Manager. 3 J J FREE! The City Grocery Company will give a PIANO away. Be sure to call and get full particulars. The City Grocery Co., PHONE 45. t m 9 i w r Fine Old Whiskeys Mai! Orders Promptly Filled (yill Goods Guo.ra.ntcc Under the National P-j.-rt Foot twr We are Distillers. Our Whiskeys are cgn.1 p-ort-r-y. We 'lnp direct to consumer. Better goods aud quicker blitpaciita. We prepay ail express charges and hhip ia plain packages. Peb Oaixo. OMR. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 YerrsOM) Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Years Old) Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Years Old) Corn Whiskey .... one-half gallon $ I 50 Corn Whiskey, 2 Gallons $4.S0 Corn Whiskey, 3 Gallons $6.50 C. rn Whiskey, 4 GaHons, . $8.50 OW Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Years Ola, .... Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old) Apple Brandy (3 Years Old) Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) $3.50 2.75 2.50 4.00 2.75 5.00 3.00 4.j0 Write for complete price list on all grades of Whiskeys, Brandies, llus. Etc. Remit money or express order. Send us a trial order. You -ill pet the quality. CLARKSVILLE WHISKEY HOUSE m