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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1910.
WHEN INTEREST BEGINS. Deposits made in our Savings Department either on the first, second or third of any month, draw interest from the first day of that K.ame month. This applies to money that remains six ralendar months, and to Lare and Small Deposits Alike. The January Interest will go on our books January third and may he drawn on or after that date. Thos who prefer to let their interest remain, can have sam entered on their pass hooks at their convenience. The Citizens Bank of Henderson, N. C VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles ! Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak i Mantels. Tiles, Cahill Grates JOHN B. W ATKINS. 1 INK CANIMKS I nmagentforNUN N ALLY'S FINK (JAN I) IKS. AIho IIOYSTKU'S CANDIES in Loxes and hulk. "None like Nunnally'H." MKLVILLK DO USE Y. "1 I J 1 1 EN You want that CliriKtiuaa V (Itchh don't fail to see the beautiful line iunt reci vel at II. TII0MAS0N S. ALTII L'L line of new drens jroods just received at II. TIIOMASUN'S. IOT FOR SALE Unimproved lotcor J ner Charlen and Rowland atreets. 11 2 feet on Charles and 147 feet on Rowland. Larpe enough to erect two hoiiHeH. Will Hell half or the entire lotto suit nurchaHer. Apply to S. K. ROWLAND. XJ dwelling on Andrews avenue (the old Kittrell place.) Apply at this office for further information. "The Merry Widow" is booked as the next attraction at the Grand Theatre. Tuesday night, January a t he date. The moving picture and vaudeville ; show at the Grand Theatre this week is drawing hirge crowds. Patrons n ri pleased so much so that they tr again jind again There have been many plfastnt home-coinings and delightful family ri- unions incident, to the Christina--holidays, and it has been a happx oct a-ion for relatives and friends. Thin ifHU out under i of the papr in gotten liftioultv. .The printers are taking a week off atjd the ed tor , is going it alone. 'A lick and :i j promise" but a poor paper is better j than no paper, and what is lacking in local and editorial matter is made up in something else. .Mr. John Daniel who has been spending some time here with his ; brother, Mr. A. (J. Daniel, left Sat- j unlay afternoon for Atlanta. Texas, j where another brother, Mr. Jeff1 Daniel, is living. His health is not ery good and he hopes the change from the Tar Heel to the Lone Star State will be beneficial to him. Christmas was very quiet in Hen derson, more so than usual. The tendency seems to be lest towards creating a noise, drunkenness and carousing, which is well. There whs too miK-li of this sort of thing to la sure, but an improvement over past years was shown. No serious acci dents or disastrous tires as a result of fireworks or hunting parties have oc curred In this immediate viciuifey as far as we have learned. Have you seen Baby Kathryn at the Grand Theatre? She is a wonder. Clouts-Williams. Cards have been sent to out of town friends which read as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dawson Rurwell invite you to be present at the Church of the Holy Innocents, Henderson, North Carolina, on Thursday, January the fifth, nineteen hundred and eleven, at three thirty o'clock, to witness the marriage of their niece, Klnora Spottswood Williams, and Mr. Henry Koopniay Clouts. Xo invitations sent in town. Matinee and night. Vaudeville and moving 'picture shows, all the ve"k at the Grand Theatre. Gone West in Quest of Health. Mr. J. L. Currin left Saturday for Tuesou, Arizona, to recuperate his health, the drier and milder climate of that country being rcommended by his physician. He went the South ern route yia Seaboard Air Line to Atlanta and Birmingham, thence to New ( )rleans and the Southern Pacific. His departure at such a time on such a mission was a pathetic leave tak ing to his family and friends who saw him off. Mr. Currin has a son, Mr. Wallace Currin, out West who will meet him at Tucson or join him be fore his arrival and see that he Is eotufortably and pleasantly situated, ".lack" Currin is one of Henderson's best known and most popular citizens and the prayerful wish of every one is that he may recuperate his health and strength and be restored to his family and friends a well man again. Do not fail to see Master Bertrand and Baby Kathryn in high class vaudeville, performing at Grand Theatre all this week. How's This? We oner One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. t ueney for the last 15 years, and believe him Ifrtwtly honorable in all business trans actions, and financiallv able to carry out nuy obligations made by his firm. Walding, Mnnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, "ting directly upon the blood and mucous ?ri. if of e 8-V8m. Testimonials sent ftrgistr' ,dc-,,er bottie-So,d by a" Tuke Hall s Family Pills for constipation. PILES CURED. th;LlTnAM'S ELECTUARY will CURE fern? it lZ? how lon have rat systm F0REVEHCate the the 4t8ThomatCRTrS?; "?rJ0Ur moi7 BACK. At i nomas Brothers', rfenderion, & C. al Henderson. High Class Vauderille and Moving Pictures. ThiH week at the Grand Theatre John A. Poythress i giving a splen did moving picture show, Hoisted by the L'seer8 in high clasn polite vaude ville. Taken all together thia one of the Lent attractions for the money that has ben offered to Henderson ! amusement lovers lately. Master I Iiertrand and Baby Kathryn in their ! Hweet and catchy songs, dances, 1 monologues and sketches, are verv elever and captivate the audiences it every performance. An entire change of program is given at each perform ance. Afternoon show at .'1:.'0. First nhow at night 7:80. Second show about 8:40. Continuous performance from 7:.'$0 to 10 o'clock. I'rice to every one, any part of the house, 10 cents. Barr-Tarry. Contributed. Mra. Mary G. Tarry announces the engagement of her daughter, Ethel Neweomb, to Dr. Frank Ellis Barr, the marriage to take place January the eighteenth at the Tarry homestead, "Longraas,' Mecklenburg. Virginia. Mis. Tarry in beautiful and attractive, and comes of distinguished ancestry. Henrietta Maria Hardiman, daughter of Charles I of France, and Patrick Hamil ton, one of the first Scotch-Irishmen to come to Virginia, are amonirher paternal ancestors, while on her mother's side she descends from Rev. Robert Hunt, who came to Virginia in 1007 with Captain John Smith. nent anepetry IJe ,g ft the University of Virginia and is one of the leading physicians of Columbus, Mies. it. um rr, aiso. descends irom nromi- Death of Mrs. K. W. Coghill. The remains of Mrs. K. W. Coghill who died in Washington City where she was visiting, were brought to Henderson Monday afternoon for burial. She had been in declining health a long time and her death did not come as a surprise to relatives and friends altogether. Mrs. Coghill was a good woman in every relation of life as wife, mother, neighbor, friend, servant of the Master, and her death brings sorrow to the hearts of many who loved and respec ted her. She had long been a resi dent of Henderson and was one of the best known women of the town. Beside her husband she is survived by seven children, four daughters and three sons. Of these only one, Mrs. Carrie Harris, lives in Henderson. The funeral was held from the Methodist Protestant church, or which deceased was a loyal and con sistent member.at 10:30 o'clock Tues day morning, Rev. R.W. Andrews, the pastor, conducting the service. Pall bearers were T. T. Hicks, S. R. Har ris, It. R. Satterwhite, L. It. Gooch, E. A. Powell, Dr. F. R. Harris. A. T. Barnes funeral director. When your feet are wet and cold, and your body chilled through and through from exposure, take a big dose of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, bathe your feet in hot water before going to bed, and you are almost certain to ward off a severe cold. Sold by all dealers. Get the Genuine Always. A substitute is a dangerous makeshift es pecially in mediciue. The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds quick ly and is in a yellow "package. Accept no substitutes. Sold by all drugaists. Many school children suffer from consti pation, which is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons. Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets are an ideal medicine to give a child, for they are mild and gentle in their effect, and will rure even chronic constipation. Sold by all dealers. NOTICE. I HAVE TO-DAY QUALIFIED AS ADM IX istrator of the estate of the late H. S. Major, before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance county, and this is to notify all persons holding claims against the said es tate to present the same to me, on or before th 1st day of December, 1911, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of the recovery there of. Persons indebted to the estate are re quested to make immediate settlement. This the 1st day of December. 1010. A. C. ZOLLICOFFEU. Administrator of the estate of H. S Major, deceased. "THE LADIES STORE." STILL HAVE CLOAKS A nice line of silk hose coat suits. and Other things suitable Christmas. for MRS. MISSIIXIER. The date on your address label in dicates the time to which yeur sub scription It paid. GOLD WATCH THIS TIME. Air. E. Q. Finch, Champion Insurance Writer of the Southern Division of the New York Life, Wins Again Record of 6a Applications for $157, 000 During 31 Working Days. Mr. E. G. Finch is the proud pos sessor of a handsome cold watch which he prizes above its intrinsic worth. It is a gift the reward of merit a prize won in competition w it h foemen worthy of his steel. Lit tle wonder then that he prizes it as he does. The Charlotte office of the New York Life Insurance Company (Mr. It. E. Peters, agency director) offered a prize of a handsome gold watch to the agent who should write and pay for the most business in the South ern Division (this including all the Southern States) from October 10th to November loth. The contest was open to all agents in the prescribed territory, and many there were who entered into it. Mr. Finch won he havintr a record of 62 applications for ?157,000 of insurance written during that time 31 working days. This is certainly a most remarkable record, aud one that both Mr. Finch and the company he represents have cause to be proud of. Nor is the winning of this prize the only one that Mr. Finch has to his credit, lie nas won in every contest that has been put up by the com pany in the Southern Division, the prizes taking various forms, gold medals, diamond pins, special trips, banquets, &c. The watch in question is a Waltham make, bunting ease, thin model, engine turned, 18 karat, 17 jewels, and appropriately en graved. On the front case is the monogram "E. G. F." Inside (front case) is: The Charlotte Branch, Nylic Winner, 1910. The word "Nylic" signifies New York Life Insurance Company. inside 01 the back case is this in scription: Presented to E. G. Finch by It. E. Peters, Dec. 25, 1019. As a further mark of honor Mr. '"inch will be tendered a compliment ary banquet by the Charlotte office tonight at the Manufacturers' Club. n addition to this Mr. Finch re ceived a sppcial invitation to attend a banquet given by the Manufactur ers' Club last night and left Tuesday arternoon to b present. 10 nave ben winnpr in a contest embracing the whole Southern States n which are some of the briabtet ar.d most successful insurance solic tors in the country, is a distinction of which our townsman has cause to be proud, and upon which his friends congratulate him. Death of Rev. W. L. Harris. Rev. W. L. Harris died on Wednes- lay morning of last week near Aber deen, in Moore county, where he went some time ago in hopes of benefiting bin Health. He had hpen n. victim of ung trouble for some time and was compelled to give up his work in the ministry, l ue last conference of the Methodist Protestant church did nnr, assign Mr. Harris to a charge on this account. Deceased was a son of the l.tft George A. Harris of Henderson, and uewiue ma wue and one daughter he eaves a sister, Mrs. Rosa F. ITarrell. and a brother, Mr. T. I. Harris, both of Henderson. He was a good man and the latter years of his life were spent in the loyal and loving service oi me xuaster. The funeral was held from the Methodist Protestant church nr.n-nn o clock Thursday afternoon, Decem ber 22nd, Rev. R. M. Andrews, pastor, conducting the service. Pall-bear-rers were J. B. Owen, R. S. MeCoin, W. ii. Hart. J. B. Watkins W W Rowland, C. A. Iewis. active. Hon- orary, George B. Harris, L. R. Gooch, A. J. Harris, T. T. Hicks. I he floral tributes were mnnv and beautiful. Interment was made n Elmwood cemetery, thebodr beinn- buried by the side of bis mother. Alex 1. Barnes was funeral direc tor. Lame back comes on suddenly and iaov. tremely painful. It is caused by rheumatism of the muscles Quick relief is afforded by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Sold by all dealers. Ladies' New very We Can Please You, Yours to Please, Ik: SAEflUJML USE YOUR OWN TALENTS. When John D. Rockef ellow was a young man he borrow ed $2,000.00 on which to begin business, today he is worth Five Hundred Million Dollars. There never was a time filled with greater opportunities for the Farmer than Now. Cotton, Tobacco and all market crops are bringing the highest prices since the Civil War, and in the language of the Scriptures, "Lengthen thy cords and strengthen thy stakes." Enlarge your farming opera tions for the coming year. Get your Horses and Mules now so they will be acclimated and ready for the New Year Work. A Few Hundred Dollars invested With Us NOW may enable you to make a good living for the present and lay up a competency for your Old Age. We sell Horses, Mules, Wagons and High Class Fertil izers, Farming Implements and all the necessary outfits for up-to-date Progressive Farming. We sell the best of Everything. CASH or CREDIT. Very truly, Parham Supply Company. William Edgar Brady. Written by a Personal Friend. Mr. William Edgar Brady, who died at bis home on the 6th of November, was the son of Gen. Allen G. Brady and his wife Lucinda, nee Chandler, and was born in Connecticut in April, 1843. His father, Gen. Brady, served with distinction in the Union Army in which b also was a soldier, becoming sergeant major. Coming with his parents to Fayetteville, N. C. after the war he mar ried Miss Mary Campbell of that city. Two children survive that marriage, Mrs. Owen Love of Chicago, and Mrs. Donald Armfield of Fayetteville. After the death of his first wife Mr. Brady be came a citisen of Henderson, and on Feb ruary 10th. 1891, married Miss Lucy Davis, daughter of Mr. Archibald Davis and his wife Lucy, nee Debnam, of this city. On account of the advancing years of his parents, and especially by reason of the invalidism of his mother, a woman of most beautiful Christian character, he again moved with his devoted wife and their two children, Lucile Chandler, and Allen Grainger, to their home near Fay etteville. After the death of both fa ther and mother he returned with his family to Henderson. While not in per fect health for some months, his decline toward the last was very rapid, until he fell peacefully asleep. While Mr. Brady was a man of quiet manners, he was gentle and genial, and courteous always, and his best friends were those who knew him best. He was a staunch member of the church of his early affection. He was buried from the Church of the Holy Innocents on the afternoon of No vember the 7th, the rector, Rev. Isaac Wayne Hughes, officiating. The pall-bearers were: Messrs. Edwin Stephens, S. E. Sturges.K. W. Edwards, W. H. Jenkins, A. C. Zollicoffer, R. S. McCoin. Honorary: Cols. W. E. Cary aud Henry Perry. Capt. W. K. Sturges, Messrs. E. W. Ellis. M. Dorsey, and R. G. S. Davis. Members of the Henry L. Wyatt Camp of Confederate Veterans, acted as an escort of honor carrying the many flowers, most beautiful in kind and design, while the Commander, J. T. B. Hoover, placed the "Stars and Stripes" above hia grave at the conclu eion of the service. No greater devotion could have been accorded than that bestowed upon him by his devoted wife and she and her two children, just arriving at young woman hood and young manhood, have the full sympathy of the community. Henderson, Dec. 21, 1910. Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the metallic cough of croup, bringing dread to the household. Careful mothers keep Foley's Honey and Tar in the house and give it at the first sign of danger. It contains no opiates. Sold by all druggists. . Foley Kidney Pills are tonic in action, quick in results, and restore the natural ac tion of the kidneys and bladder. They cor rect irregularities. Sold by all druggists. Moving Pictures and Vaudeville Grand Theatre. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. MATINEE begins promptly at 3:30. 1st Show, night, " " " 7:30. 2nd Show, " " about 8:40. toy-J O cents to everybody .Sa Tailor-lade duced Prices ! Siit M Down, WATTIKIlKrS. 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 is needed is a bottle of Chamblerlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without it in their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all dealers. How Old People May Prolong Their Lives At advanced age the organs act more slowly than in youth. Circu lation becomes poor, blood thin and watery, appetite fitful, and diges tion weak. This condition leaves the system open to disease such as Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Pneumo nia, Rheumatism, etc. VINOL is the greatest health creator and body builder we know of for old people, as it supplies the very elements needed to re build wasting tissue and replace weakness with strength. HERE IS THE PROOF A case is recortled in Albany, N. T., of a woman who felt she was breaking down by age and was doomed to the weak and feeble condition of old people. She had 110 strength and the slightest ex ertion tireil her, but VINOL made her well and strong:, and she states that she feels ten years younger than she did be fore taking VUiOl.. We ask every aged person in this neighborhood to try a bottle of VINOL with the understanding that we will return their money if it does not prove beneficial. W. W. Parker. Druggist, Henderson. NOTICE. Resale of Valuable Real Estate. BY VIRTUE OF POWER CONFERRED upon me by an order issuing from the Superior Court of Vance county, in a special nroceedinsthereinDendine entitled, "Melville Dorsev. executor of the estate of Thomas ('. Urhla Wonaort v Cln.ru HuirheH." I shall on Monday, January 2nd, 1911, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the court house door in the town of Hen derson. N. C.. upon the terms one-half cash, balance on a credit of twelve months, (title reserved till deferred payment is made) a tract of land in Vance county, N. C .bounded as follows: On the North by the lands of Clara Hughes and E. Kee; on the East by the lands of Clara Hughes and the Warrenton road; on the South by the lands of J. D. Finch; and on the West by the lands of J. D. Finch, and it also adjoins the lands of Willie Williams. It being the land on which the late Thomas C. Hughes resided at the time of his death, con taining thirty-seven acres, more or less, but said land will be surveyed and sold accord ing to the survey, which plat and survey will be at Dorsey's drug store as soon as made, and can be seen there. This land will be resold by order of the Superior Court of Vance county, and the sale will be made subject to rejection or con firmation by the court. This the 30th day of November, 1910. MELVILLE DORSEY, Executor Estate of Thomas C. Hughes dcCCO 86(3 A. C. ZOLLICOFFER, Attorney. Suits at Re- ked Henderson, N. C. FROM AN OLD FRIEND. Rev. A. Q. Wilcox Writes to Pay Trib ute to Lamented Dead and Commend the Living Vance County Fortu nate In Having fir. 5. L. Duke and Family Become Citizens. Bri.nkleyyille. X. C. Dec. 26. 1910. Editob Gold Leaf: Thinking a few lines from your old friend, lrom yeur old county, and not far from where your early labors in life befran, where your father and mother li red, and where she died, would be acceptable, I hare seated myseii lor a snort communication for your most excellent Darer. Mr dear friend, how many sad, sad changes have come with the rassinc years! How many sad, sad hearts on this happy Christmas tide because of the "vanished hand" and the vacant chair around the family fireside and at the table, because c-j - - - . . iney are not with us any more. Our whole community shares largely with your town in the death of that Rood Godly man, Iiev. Lat Harris. For years he served this circuit with great acceptaointy, ana was universally loved for his works' sake." W e shall sadly miss him and his loving ministry among us, but to die was gain to him, and "by and by we shall meet him, by and by we enau greet mm, and with Jesus reign in glory, by and by." God bless and com fort his loved ones. My devoted sister and your beloved friend, Mrs. John Allen, "fell on sleep" on the 24th, and while our hearts are enshrouded with grief, and wLile the briny tears trickle down our cheeks be cause we shall see her face here no more, the hope of the glad reunion in the land of the blest cheers us. I want to commend to vou and to the people among whom he is to sojourn, Mr. S. L. Duke who for five years has been my nearest neighbor. He moves to your county (near Church's old store.) No one ever had a better neighbor, one who delights to do you a kindness with out reward or the hope of reward. A splendid farmer, a most excellent citizen, a "true bine" and "dear through" Dem ocrat, Mr. Duke and his family are valu able acquisitions to your community. His wife is some of the "excellent of the earth," and his three noble sons the equal of which it would be hard to find God-honoring, home-loving, and fa ther and mother serving sons. Free from vices seen some times in young men no smoking cigars or cigarettes, no tobac eo, no drink habits, no late hours at night, they are indeed models, and I con gratulate the people who are to have them as neighbors. I part with them most reluctantly. It would be a delight, my dear friend, to see you and have a heart to heart talk, but that great pleasure is not mine. Can't you come some time? I am grow ing old, but young In spirit. I do hope you and yours are well and in the enjoy ment of health and all good things, and that this Christmas tide may bring to you and loved ones much joy and glad ness and a happy New Year. Your friend and brother, A. G. WILCOX. There is no Quinine, nothing whatever hursh or sickening in I'reventics. These little. Candy Cold Cure Tablets act as by magic. A few hours and your threaten ing cold is broken. Candy-like in taste. Preventics please the children and they break the feverishness, always. And least of all is the economy. A large box 48 Pre ventics 25 cents. Ask your druggist. He knows! Sold by The Paragon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. Trustee's Sale of Land. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE power in a Deed of Trust executed by R. A. Panye and his wife, Alice Payne, dated September 27, 1907, and duly recorded in the nfflce of the Retrister of DeedH for Vance count.y, North Carolina, in Book 21 of Deeds of Trust, on page 52G, &c, and de fault having been made in payments of the notes pecured thereby, and at the request of the holder of said notes, I shall sell at public auction for cash to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Henderson, said Vance county, at 12 o clock on I Tr-C.jrt T.iiiii-u llct 1Q11 I UtOUd Y , JUllUail JlOl, the fnllnwinor described land: Besnnuing at a stake on the South side of Andrews ave nue, Ayscue's corner, run thence along said street S. 67V4 E. 100 feet, more or less, to a stake. Harton's corner: thence along Har- I tnn'olineS. 24 W. 1H9 feet to a stake in Outlaw's line; thence along Outlaw's line N. 87 W. 102'4 to a 6take, Ayscue's cor ner: thence alonir Avscue s line N 2i tu zi-i feet, more or less, to place of beginning, being the land bought of E. Powell and wife and improved by a one-story frame dwelling. This 57th December, 1910. ENOCH POWELL, TruHtee. MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY A Safe, Sure and Reliable Cure for Ec zema, Scrofula, Old Sore?, and all Troubles Resulting from Im pure, Impoverished or Poisoned Blood. For nearly forty years this great remedy has been depended upon for relief and cure in cases of chronic Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Stomach Trouble, Nervousness, Rheuma tism, Catarrh, Female Troubles and Blood Poiso l, and it has never yet failed. As a Tonic, Alterative, Blood Purifier or Nervine it always gives perfect satisfaction, and in "run-down" conditions in both men and women it is absolutely without an equal. Nervous Prostration and Insomnia yield to it readily. Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy is scientifically compounded from strictly vegetable ingre dients of great medicinal properties, and is absolutely harmless. It positively contains no opiate or narcotic of any kind, no Iodide of Potassium or other mineral nothing that will injure in any way. Sufferers from any of the above affl;ctions are urged to try this great Remedy. Do not despair because you have tried other rem edies and found no relief.. Do not lose hope because doctors have given you no benefit. Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy holds out to you health, and life, and happiness, if you will but accept it. We make no extravagant claims of "quick nirM " or that "one bottle will cure you." In chronic cases referred to, it may take several bottles to effect a permanent cure- but this Remedy will cure you if you just give it a chance. Write to us for testimonials from living witnesses people who were afflicted just as you may be people who were jut as hopeless and discouraged as you are, but who are now in perfect health, and glad to tell all suffering mortals how Mrs. Joe Per son's Remedy cured them. These testi monials are of recent date, and you can write to the authors for full information. But don't delay beginning treatment start now and you will soon be cured. In casie of external trouble, inflammation, ulceration or itching humor, our Wash should be used in connection with the Rem edy. For sale by druirgists or supplied direct on receipt of price, $1.00 per Bottle; 6 Bottles for $5.00; 1 dozen by express prepaid for $10.00, by MRS. JOB PERSON'S REMEDY CO. KITTRELL, N. C. KXOSTS SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER: mut Tim ocr Derm&nent euMotaer. r AMAVXEED TO PLfcAfcE. WrlLo to-day; Mention this Paper. GEPfcU 10 CENTS is t-TT-r vastof ptcit es nnm taw tbivmw .... UtUJcCTk mjkju mnm ran mm mwm.. mm Christmas. Juletiden. Weihnaght. Whether round and fat or long and lank we have bank books to fit any size stocking in this community. One of our Four Per Cent. Time Certificates would LOOK MIGHTY GOOD in a thin gauze silk don t care how lean the hose might be or how lonesome the Certi ficate. Give us the size of your stocking and we will suggest the proper Christmas Present Come in and talk to us about it. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. 'Q RT(D)W IS TUflE TIME J c To get a HEALTH and ACCIDENT POLICYone that will protect you from any Christmas Accident. Also a FIRE INSURANCE POLICY to protect your house from any fire that may be caused from fireworks, or any other cause. 000000000000000000000 Henderson Loan &Real Estate Co. Phone 139, c c c c c OOO: Special Prices On all lines of goods for the HOLI DAY TRADE. We have a nice line to select from. DressGoods,Trimmtng8,Notlona, White Goods, Brown Domestics, Ladies9 and Gents9 Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Hosiery, &c. Everything in the line of general mer chandise, and at prices that will please you. Also a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Flour. Meoct. Meal. Feedstuffs. Etc. H. THOMASON, o o Phone No. 308 B. H. W. MIXON, Distillers. Our 01 w rrn rrrr uosw'tl inmni sj Mail My Good fef Wo are ; wit Wfl direct to consumer. Better goods IJ all express and ship in Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 Yerrs Old) . : Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Years Old) Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Years Old) Corn Whiskey .... one-half gallon $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 OaUons Corn Whiskey, 3 Gallons 6.50 Corn Whiskey, 4 OaUons, . $-50 Old Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Years OW .... Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) . Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old) . . . Apple Brandy (3 Years Old) Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) f Write fcr complete price list on ail grades of Whiskeys, Brandies, Ihts, Eto. Remit mony or express order. Send us a trial order. You ill get the quality. CLARK5VIIAE WHISKEY HOUSE . O L A KO VI U U B , VA. m m li 1 The Mew Year, will arrive and find us fully stocked with every kind of food product that will sure ly fill you with happiness. For good health above all depends upon how and what you eat. Our staple lines are even better than the high standard we have hitherto attained, while canned goods, preserved fruits and table luxuries show marked improvements in delicacy and flavor. Wishing you all seasonable com pliments and trusting the New Year will bring us a continued enjoyment of your patronage. Ellington Grocery Co. Phone 205. :XK Henderson, N. C. 000 Ideal New Year Gifts, are those furnished by the jew elers art. In point of elegance they are unrivalled, as no other articles of utility or adornment can complete with the dia monds or the infinite variety in form and color of the many precious stones when mounted in delicately wrought shapes in gold and other metals. Jeweler and Optician. Fine Old Whiskeys Orders Promptly Filled GusrmntdUtidmr the National Pare Food Law Whiskeys are aged properly. We ship and quicker shipments. We prepay plain packages. Ps Gallov. $3.50 2.75 2.50 4.00 2.7$ 5.00 3.00 4.0