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THE HENDEKSOX GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1911.
E ffi 3 M With a Firm Resolve to Better Vour Financial Condition I Mak up your mind to connect with the starting point of inun-as--.! power nl increased income a GHOWING account at thin Bank. A GROWING bank account lias a real and tanpib!1 value over and above tliM amount of a.-tual tnonej' deposited. It creatPK. greater confidence, a better stand ing and an incread presiige in the community for the depositor. Our service is yours to command. The Citizens Bank of Henderson. Hndrson, VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS. 1 .!NK CAN 01 KS I nm nirent fnr XII.V- J 1 , .M i I , 1 S KINK CANIUKS. Also C ANblKS ill I'KXph ml HOYSTEICS I, til Nunc like Nijriiia.il v h. MELVILLE I'OKSEY. "i I rilKN Von want thnt Christ n;;is lire- ilon't f;lil to rti'i; til Iti-M U t if III Jinc i us t r.-civfil at II. TIIO.M WIN'S. i: i;ti ill line j ui-it nct ivi'il at .f new iiri-Hw irixii II. TIIOM VSON'S Ti-:nkv yoii: si:isckii'tiox I f,,r Tlic Ka'lii'H llom" .lournfil anil Tlie Snturlnv KveninfT I'lmt. W. V. I'A KK VAl. City Air'-nt. DWELLING rOU KENT Six-mom dwelling on Andrewn avenii" (the old Kittrell j.liife.) Apply at tliis office or Fiirther information. TIOK SALE Two troo. home raiwed inuleM. O'lick, Hound and nil right. S. L. Iil'KK. It. K. I. No. 2. I lenders.. :i. N. C. 1 ".( AKDKItS WANTIMi Having taken Mr. V. W. I'arki rn renidenie on Clii'Htnut Mnet. I ran arromodate a limited number of board'TH, tabh and n M mis. MRS. L. C. IlKAOC T EAYEYOCK sri'.St'UII'TloN KU t J The li idi. H Home .Journal and The S:i nrdn V E'liii".r Csl ;it W. I'A UK KIt'S. Cit v Agent ANTEI K? Mr- . .1 I,. Ctirrin on ri'om a id ta li'e itlon, re is itl ill'!'' (lariii-tt Htreet, tniar.il rs. Exi'elN'iit lo. prices Y VA'IK1 I have a permanent j 3 poeitioit for a bright, energetic m!kmi1 hoy. The right boy ran make from .".Or to SJ OO or more a week, with ojit iutei feriiig with hiK ot her d iitien. V. W. I'AKKEK. T A NT El) TO I() VOI R DKAYAOE Having bought the Pray ttti.-i-n.-s nf Mr. J. II. Carter, I am prepared lo give prompt and eMicii-nt nervire. Pat ronage Holii-i led. Phone Itrngg board ieg house, or .1. It Carter's stahles. MUS. I,, c. lHtAC.q. T ANTKD Mook-ke-per with Home V knowledge of stenography or stenographer with Home knowledge of book-keeping. Apply of CJold Leaf oltice or addri'HH P. O. Box .". Mrs. A. (i. Lyon after an extended visit to le'r home in Warsaw, N. ('., has returned to Henderson. Ms II. (.'. Gary, who has been sick at a hoKpital in Columbia, . I ., Is reported as improving. Miss Mildred Lewis, who delighted her many friends by an extended Xums visit, returned last week to Converse College. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Farris, of Wilmington, are visiting theirgrand niother. Mrs. S. 15. Hetts. at Mrs. W. L. Wester's, for several days. X book-keeper with some knowledge of stenography, or stenographer with some knowledge of book-keeping is wanted. Read notice in this issue. (iustive Roth will have his annual tine tailoring opening Monday, Tues day and Wednesday, Februrary 0, 7, anil w. Read ad. that nppears in this issue. Mr. L. C. Rragg has bought the dray business of Mr. J. R. Carter and is prepared to give prompt and ef ficient service. Patronage solicited. See notice elsewhere. Attention is called to the change of advertisements of the Ueo. A. Rose Co , Islington Clrooerv Co., II. W. Mixou, City (iroeery Co.. Thomas A' Newcomb, Danul A Co. Attention is called to the adver tisement of the Fast Carolina Teach ers' Training School, of Greenville, N. C, for the Spring and Summer cour ses for Teachers, ID 11. See adver tisement elsewhere. After reading the editor's delight ful letter written from the hospital, und noting what h says about "the girls in blue" we fear his recovery is not to be immediate. Evidently the editor is not blue. There's a reason. The debate last Friday afternoon lietween the boys and girls of the seventh grade was of a high order. A number of the bovs had excellent ! li.lpers, but as a whole it was illdtred that the Kirls had by a very small fraction the better of the argument. The marriage of Miss Fthel Tarry yesterday, of Loiiff Grass. Va., to lr. Frank Fllis Ibirr, of Columbus, Miss., was of interest to a large num ber of friende here. The happy couple passed through Henderson on No. 43 for the land of tlowers and suushiue. PILES CURED. Dtt A. UPHAM S ELECTUARY will CURE he piles, uo matter how long you have sut ured. It will eradicate th disease from the ytem KOUBVER. sTISFArTlGX. or your money BACK. At Thomas Brothers'. Henderson, N. C. al NOTICE. I shall sell by public auction to the highest bidder at the Court hous .?!V,a ,Hend?rson, x c. on Februarv , 1911 the tract of 65 acres of land on or near Sandy Creek, just below the oung etone mill that Jones II ball conveyed to Kit Wortham. It ad joins the lands of James Young, Mr Harris and Mr. Finch. Sale made for partition between the lines ol Kit Vor- thatn by order of the Superior Court in the case of Joseph Wortham vs John Iia.ll and others. Terms cash balance, Nov. 1, 1U11, wjth interest. This 5, Jan. 1911. T. T. I1ICK3, Commit? (doner. 19 1 1 N. ('. Creatore and His Aggregation. While the people of thin community, we believe, average up with, if not in ad vance of any other city of the esrne size in their appreciation of good music, it in doubtful if more than a few anticipate the truly wonderful treat that is in store Monday, January 2.'I, when the great Creator and his world famous aggrega tion of fifty master musicians make their appearance at the Henderson Opera House in a matinee concert, rendering a full program similar to that which has delighted and entranced audiences of thousands of people in the largest cities of this and other lands. Creatore as a leader, holds a unique position in the musical world the master of music from its veriest whisperings faint as a summer zephyr umong the tree-tops to itH deepest tones of rolling thunder. His band stand on the highest rung of musical fame it has no superior every individual member being imbued with and controlled by the fire and magnetism of the great leader. To quote from the comments of one of Richmond's b?st and most conservative critics regarding the concert given by Creatore iu thecity Auditorium, January Hi, before an audience running into the thousands, will perhaps bring home to our people what a truly splendid and unusual event the coming concert will be. Space forbids our quoting in full. The audience applauded warmly even vociferously every number solos, sextetts choruses, and all apparently eu joped hugely the whole performance. The wood wind was exquisite, the flutes and clarinets in particular bring utterly beyond criticism, and the man who sang with his euphonium the toreador song from 'Carmen,' which was the last num ber on the program, was an artist al most supreme. 1 have never heard a more luscious and, at the same time, brilliant tone than he voked from his silvered horn. Language could not begin to indicate the tremendous forte, fortissimo, fort zando, bravura, bravissimo passages with which Signor Creatore almost lifted the steel roof from the auditorium. He i lacked only three or four cannon to make the most stupendous fourth of July triple ; fortissimo ever put over concert foot- lights. Our people are fortunate in hav ing such a musical feast offered to them, and the opera house management is to be congratulated for securing the at traction. Civic pride forbids tiiat we show less appreciation of a great event such as this than lnis been accorded to Creatore wherever he has appeared. It is only by giving our whole hearted sup port to (such high class offerings that we can look for similar offerings to be pre sented. Lay aside your business cares for a couple of hours and do honor to the occasion. Secure your seats at once if you have not already done so. Do you know that fully nine out of every ten eiiseH of rheumatism are simply rheuma tism of tl( muscles due to cold or damp, or cliioni.' rheum at ism . and reqire no internal t iv;i t int'iit wbiitever' Applv Chamberlain's lininent fnely and see how quickly it gives relief. For sale bv all dealers. nnvnu lni l 5lxth (Irade, Central Ciraded School, for Week Ending January 13th. Tom Skinner Kittivll 100 Ihimwx. Ti-Up OO lllillt Oil IV. I ......... ...... r I . Dorothv Harris 1M) A Sadie While OS Lucy Parham OS Minnie Mangum 07 Wibur l'irie , 97 Theo. Thomas ,, 0(1 'i. t li:l 11 ud Miif.iii 0i aim.:.... 1 o.. .:. iw ' mil'iei omilll ' 11 1 ... VMie vioniou . Horace raullvlier ;); V.i-oll f if. loll W ... wii,i,i.., , ' . REPORT Of THE CONDITION f- The First National Bank, nt Henderson, in theState of North Carolina, nt the close of business. Jan. 7.1911. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $270,030.92 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2. 090,00 !'. S. Bonds to secure circulation.. l'leiuiiims on C. S. Bonds BaukiLg house, furniture and fix tures Due from National Banks (not re serve agents) Due from approved reserveagents ("hecks and other Cash Items Notes of other National Banks.... Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents Lawful Moiiev lleserve in B;uik, vi2: Specie $1V,US0 Legal-tender notes.... 5,020. Redemption fund with I". S. Treas urer (5 per cen. of circulation) 50.000.00 2.000 00 10.717.60 10.808.05 12.078.80 7.342 29 1.200.0O 277.53 20.000.00 2.500.00 Total. $390,231.31 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided pro tits, less .$50,000.00 . 10.000.00 expanses and taxes paid 5.010 SO I National Bank notes outstanding 50,000.00 Due to other National Banks, 5.400.43 Due to Trust Companies and Say ings Banks Individual deposits, subject to 1,112.71 check 203.931.84 Time certificates of deposit 10,300.03 Cashier's Checks outstanding 433.74 Total $390,251.31 State of North Carolina.! . I'Ol'STY of Va.vce. i ' 1. S. T. Peace. Cashier of the above named i bank, do solemnly swear that the above j statement is true to the best of my knowl j edge and belief. 1 . rtAi t. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me tkis 13th dav of January 1910. T T. HICKS. Notary Public Correct Attest: E. O. DAVIS. J. A. KELLY. HENRY PERRY. Directors. NOTICE. I have this dav Qualified as the admin istrator of the estate of Lettie Daj, de ceased, late of the county of Vance before the clerk of the Superior Court ol saia county, ibis is to notify ail persons holding claims against said estate to present them to me at once, or this no tice will be pleaded in bar of the recovery thereof. Any persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate ciiiciueui. This lGth day of January, 1911. D. W. HARDEE, Administrator. A Beautiful Tribute. We are sure if the editor whs here his well known modesty would not emiit tb following to be printed; but he is not running tiling. now aid the man in chanre is goin-r to take advantage of the situation and have bis way for a while. Not a mean ad vantage either because we believe Mr. Manning's friends will be inter ested in eotn of the thing said of him in his afflict ion, and appreciate them no less than this one doe.J. And no we are printir g thn touching and exquisite heart-tribute of one true man and sincere friend to ar other, in the doing of which we do not think we offend the proprieties. The article h from the pen of Mr. James A. Robinson, ('OId Hurry graph") a close friend of the subject for more than twenty-five years, as published in the Durham Sun of the lGth, and we are sure no sentiment of kindly interest and sympathy from any source would be more highly ap preciated by Mr. Manning. The ar ticle follows: We read the last issue of the Henderson Gold Leaf with sorrow and painfal re gret. It bore the heart-throbs of its editor, Thad It. Manning, whose physi cal machinery has broken down, and he is now in a Richmond hospital, under the care of a specialist, who hopes to bring him around to good health again. The prayer of everyone who knows Thad Manning is, that a kind Heavenly Father and the Great Physician, will bless all of the human agencies and enable them to bring to this patient the health-giving balm. We read Mr. Manning's own account of his affliction and feelings 'with poig nant grief faithful and hard office work. after a severe and persistent attack of grip, brought acondition that demanded immediate attention. Thad Manning is an able editor-printer and all round journalistic gentleman. Hie extraordinary abilities have won for him an unending reputation; his superb sincerity has gained for him an abiding respect. He is a paragrapher of par excellence. He possesses a quaint quality of humor, and his wit is keen and glit tering, like sunlight on a blade of steel. We are indeed sorry that the shadow of affliction'has fallen across his pathway. While he suffers it may yet turn out to be a messenger of joy and hope, bringing him a blessing he cannot now see through the sombre draperies that encurtain him. Our heart goes out to him in its fullest and deepest sympathy. We have been through similar fires of affliction, and we bid him be of good cheer. It is the refining pot for the pure gold. Take hold of the Divine hand with faith in a death-grip, and he will be led in a way that seemeth best to the Good Father, who "upholds and governs all things and makes all things work together for good to them that love Him." For twenty-nine years Mr. Manning has been a powerful influence in the in dustrial and educational life of Hender son, and a shining light in the journal ism of this state. His town is made poorer by his affliction. Hurrying Time will pause at the Richmond hospital door hourly and inquire: "How is Thad Manning to-day?" We can only pray that it will be well with him Whi'ii Laying a cough medicine for children liear in minii that Chamberlain's Cough Itemed y is uiOHt effectual forcolds,croup and whooping cough and that it contains no harmful drug. For Bide by all derlers. NOTICE. I HAVKQCALlFKn AS EXECUTRIX OF thp lust will ami testament of Itev. W. 1.. Harris, late of Vance county. N. C. and hereby notify all persons having claims agaiiiMt hia estate to present the same to me forthwith. If not presented in twelve months this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Henderson, N. C, January 3, 1911. SAR.MI U. HAURIS, Executrix of Y. b. Harfis, deceased. nnnc inr nrnpnw'P IsInO- JUL rLnoUIl O DCflICftV 61L-I11L.U I 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 hH l,e.n HerienHe.l nnnn for rolief nn.1 enrp : . - " - m pases ol chronic lndnrestion. Dyspepsia. I Momucta trouble, IServousness, Hheiima tisra. catarrii, female troubles and uiooa j:. 1 1 1 oiso 1, nuu 11 uas never aci laiicu. As a Tonic, Alterative, Blood Purifier or Nervine it always gives perfect satisfaction, and in 'Tun-down" conditions in both men and women it is absolutely without an eoual. Nervous Prostration and Insomnia yieM to it readily I 1 . , 1 ..11 1", .-,-. ..11, If ...at . , . . . , . . ,i ...1 1 I .ia in. 11 1 . 1 null n j iuruL. in aiir.iLliii.uiiJ 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. fMifferers from nnv of the above atlbclions are urged to try thin great Uemedv. D.) not despair because you have tried other rem edies and found no relief. Do not lose hope because doctors have given von no benefit. Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy holds out to you health, and life, and happiness, if you will but accept it. e make no extravagant claims of "quick cures, 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 cqre you if you just give it a chauce. Write to us for testimonials from living witnesses people who were afflicted just as you may be people who were lust as hopeless and discouraged ns you are. but who are row in perfect health, and glad to tell nil suffering mortals how Mrs Joe Per son's Remedv cured them. These testi monials are of recent date, Bnd you can write to the authors for full information. But don't dclav beginning treatment start now and vou will soon be cured. In cases of external trouble, inflammation, ulceration or itching humor, our Wash should be used in connection with the Rem edy. For sale bv drueciste or supplied direct on receipt of price, $1.00 per Bottle; 6 Bottles for f 5.00; 1 dozen by express prepaid for $10.00. by MRS, JOE PERSON'S REMEDY CO KITTRELL, N. C. Pills What They Will Do lor Vou They will cure your backache, strengthen your kidneys, cor rect urinary irregularities, build up the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid that causes rheumatism. Pre vent Bright's Disease and Dia- bates, and restore health and strength. Refuse substitutes, For SeJa by all Drajzist. Rad and advrtl In Gold Laaf. K d 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. Death of Mrs. Amalia Teepleman. Mrs. AmaliaE.Toepleman, mother of our townsman Mr. i . C. Toeple- man, died in the hospital at Milwau kee, Wis., where she had been for the past few weeks for treatment, on Wednesday, January 11th. She was 64 years of age: a native of Rosewein, Saxony, and came to this country in lbbo, living in Janesville and Mil waukee, Wis., since then. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Toepleman, who attended the funeral in Wilwaukee, are expected home Monday. The many friends of Mr. Toepleman, not only in Henderson, but through out the State, deeply sympathize with him in this great sorrow. The people of Henderson remember with much pleasure the visit of Mrs. Toepleman here several years ago. If your Stomach, Heart, or kidne y s are weak, try at least, a few doses only of Dr. Shoop's Restorative. In five or ten days only, the result will surprise you. A few cents will cover the cost. And here is why help comf so quickly. Dr. Snoop doesn't drug: the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneye. Dr. Shoop's Restorative goes directly to the weak and failing nerves. Each organ has its own controlling nerve. When these nerves fail, the depending organs must of necessity falter. This plain, yet vital truth, clearly tells why Dr. Shoop's Restorative is so universally successful Its success is leading druggists everywhere to give it universal preference. A test will surely tell. Sold by The Paragon, H. E. Thrower, Proprietor. Valuable Farm For Sale 400 acres in Franklin county, X. C, 7 miles from station at Louisburg, 10 miles from Henderson. Good land, adapted to grain, grass and stock rais ing. Fine for cotton and tobacco, well watered, one third open. Pine and oak timber, original forest. Good school and churches nearby. Five good settle ments, 11 buildings. Terms easy with long time if desired. Sold direct by owner. Address "H. D." care Gold Leaf, Hender son, N. C. 12-tf. REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the Citizens Bank, At Henderson, in the State of North Caro lina, at the close of business Jan. 7th, 1911. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts ? 493.905,99 Overdrafts unsecured 4,901.32 North Carolina State Bonds All other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages Premium on Bonds Bunking House $8,6:7.52 Furniture and Fixtures $2,095.21 Due from Banks and Bankers... Cash Items Gold Coin Silver Coin, including all minor coin currency National Bank Notes and other United States Notes Insurance Department 25,000.00 29,200.00 951.25 1 0.732.7a 109.2N5.70 5.447.60 897.50 941.00 24.54.'1.00 4,092.48 Total $709,398.69 LIABILITIES. 'apital Stock paid in $ 100,000.00 Surplus Fund 60,000.00 Lndivideil profits, less current expenses and taxes paid 9,KSt.01 iviiiends unpaid 350 00 Time Certificates of Deposit 12,560.30 Deposits subject to check 29o,loy.42 Savings Deposits 227,729.48 Due to Banks and Bankers 199.09 ashier's Checks outstanding... 3,073.67 ertified Checks 3 00 Accured interest due depositors 437. C6 Total 700,398.6!) Stite of South Carolina.) County of Vance. fHI I. W. A. Hunt, Oishier of the above named bank, tlo solemnly swear that the above Btatuncnt intrue to t lie bent of my knowledge ami belief. Wm A. IICST, Cashier. Subucribed ami sworn to before me this 7th lav ofj Jan.. 1011. W. P. U II OLSON. Notary Public. Correct Attest: A. C. ZOLLICOFFEK. 1 MF.LVILLK DOKSEY, Directors. J.B.OWEN, J Medicines that aid nature are alwava most effectual, ''hamberlain's Couuh Uemedv acts on this plan, it allays the cough, re lieves the lung, opens the seeretions and aids natnre in restoring the system to a health; condition. Thousands have testi fied to its sujierior excellence. Sold by all dealers. We will begin our usual Janu ary Sale of Un derwear on Mon day the 16th. We invite all the Ladies to come and see the goods for them selves. SIRS. BIISSILIilEB. Constipation is the c&uae of many ail ments and disorder tht make life miaerable Tak Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab let, keep your bowel regular and you trill toM thew dimatm. For ia by all dalrf. "THE LADIES' STORE." To Be Electrocuted February 15th. Nathan Montague, the negro mur derer, waa . brought through Hen derson Monday on a special train from Raleigh under escort of the military and taken to Oxford, where a special term of the court was held for this trial. He was arraigned, tried, convicted and sentenced within four hours of actual court work the jury being out just eight minutes. He was sentenced to die February 15th in the electric chair and taken back to State prison to await the day. This trial possibly establishes a rec ord forbrevity in criminal proceedings in this state and furnishes an example worthy of imitation. Strict care must be taken when human life is at stake, however worthless that justice be done, but in these cases, of self-evident crime, the proof overwhelming only so much time should be used as is in keeping with the dignity of the law and the solemnity ofthe occasion. It is hoped we are on the eve of better things in this respect; the long drawn out proceedings, the delay over tech nicalities and the consequent mis carriage of justice have too long been a blot on our scutcheon. The peoplvs of old Granville are to be congratulated on their self-control and respect for the law and readiness to help further its aims and ends. After Grippe or any Sickness Vinol Creates Strength HERE IS PROOF " After a long attack of Grippe, Mrs. Vaught seemed unabla to re cover her strength. She was very weak and had no appetite. VI NO L rapidly improved her condi tion and restored her to health. I sincerely recommend its use daring convalescence cr any run down condition." Judge C. N. Vaught, Iluntsville, Ala. Miss Adelaide Gamm, of Water town, Wis., writes, ''After a severe attack of the Grippe, my system was in a very weakened, nervous, run-down condition. I took VI NOL with the best of results, and it made me feel better and stronger than I have been for years." We have never sold in our store a more valuable health restorer for weak and run down persons thhn VINOL, and we ask such people in this vicinity to try VINOL with the understanding that their money will be returned if it does not do all we claim for it W. W. Parker, Druggist, Henderson. GRAND THEATRR A J. S. POYTHRESS, Manager. MU MATINEE ONLY, Monday. January 23. Creatore AND HIS Band of Fifty. Prices: 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $l.r0. Seata on sub now at Kerner Mac" Nair'sdrug etore. Performance Begins at 2:39. Doors Open at 1:30. M 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 H -1 H I I 'I I 1 I I I I I Taking Stock and Cutting Prices Deep on Ladies Coat Suits Cloaks, Etc. Thomas & Newcomb. I 1 1 1 I I I II I II 1 II I H I Ml t I I The date on your addrese label In dlcates the time to which your sub- ecriptlon la paid. IT GROWS HAIR. Here Are Facts We Want You to Prove at Our Risk. t Marvelous as it may seem, Rexall '93" Hair Tonic has grown hair on heads that were once bald. Of course, in none of these cases were the hair roots dead, nor had the scalp taken on a glazed, shinv appearance. Rexall 'D3" Hair Tonic acta scientifically, destroying the eerms which are unusually responsible for baldness. It penetrates to the roots of the hair, stimulating and nourish ing them. It is a most pleasant toilet necessity, is delicately perfumed, and will not gum or permanently stain the hair. We want you to get a bottle of Rexall "03" Hair Tonie and use it as directed. If it does not relieve scalp irritation, remove dandruff, prevent the hair from falling out and pro mote an increased growth of hair, and in every way give entire satisfac tion, simply come back and tell us, and without question or formality we will hand back to vou everv penny you paid us for it. Two sizes', 50c. and $1.00. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store.' W. W. Parker. Saves Two Lives. Neither my sister nor mvself might be luetodav. if it, Iia.1 not lutun trim T i L ' li vi N F - . - - - ' . . ' . . miii: n eW DlSCOVri- " irrltua 1 n fn 1 ,-, J1VUUI1HIU Ol Fayetteville. V C. K. F. I). No h -fr,- bo th had friu-hlfnl rt1 - 1"- -"vura lUUU II j nnr medy could help. We were told mv sister ha i consumption. She was verv weak and d niirtit sweats 1 kilt frill i U'n.hixfiil m.i; ha ci T w " "ii-ii i mi uiru i - ne completely cured us both. It's the liest ever used or heard nf " P,r i,.nn.a I coughs, colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, ast lima! ever, croup, wuoopmg cough, all nchial troubles it' . - - - "i'n mi . a icii Dttle free. ;i0c nn,l 11 nil i:,,n- i. If 1 "II T 1 . wr. .1IJ(,II(TIJ IIJ Melv.lle Dorsey. druggist NOTICE. BY AUTHORITY OF A M0RTUAGE executed to us by Kd. D. Henderson and wife on Auir. 9, 1907 recorded in Book 38 p 558 in the Re. office of Vance County we will sell for cash by public auction to the highest bidder at the Court House door in tiemierson, X (;. on February 18th 1911 th e tract of Seven and tiine-tenttia nrrna .lu ribed in said mrtrnru un.t i Jordon, lUifus Clarke. Cornelia lumen una oiueii, and situate between lddleburjr and Manson in Vance Countv. This lHtu day of Januarv, 1011. T. T. HICKS, Attorney. S. S. Parham. J. W. Horner, MortKaees. enderson, N. C.,.Ian. 18, 1911. H Trustees Sale of Land. CINDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THF. J powers conferred unon me bv a deed in trust executed by V. .1 .fudd and wife B. U Judd and othrnOon the "21 dny of October 1000 and recorded in book 38 on pape 4-13, Vance Registrar's office, default havinir been made I shall sell for canh at the court house door in Henderson at 12 o'clock Saturday, Feb. 18th, 1911, at public outcry the following real estate to- wit the one sixth undivided interest of W. J. Judd deceased under will of Dr. W. J. Judd. on Fair Ground s'reet in the town of Hen derson. Lvinir on West side of said street adjoining Mrs. R. J. Marston and others. same bemsr place nt which Dr. W.J. Judd resided at the time of his death. This January 18th. 1911. ANDREW J. HARRIS, Trustee. NOTICE. BY VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY GIVEN me us Execu tor I shall on Saturday Feb. 18th, ion. sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door in the town of Henderson, N. C. one certain lot or parcel of land situate on William street in the town of Henderson, N. C , adjoining the lands of W . H. hdwards, John I. Rowland and Hines Herndon. fronting about 90 feet on William street and running back same width about 14u feet. It being the lot with two small houses thereon where .lumps Smith resided at time of his death. I shall at same time and place sell the per sonal property belonging to Estate of said James Smith. This 18th January 1911. A.C. Z0LLICOFFER. Executor estate of James Smith, deceased. NOTICE I HAVE THIS DAY QUALIFIED AS EX E outor of theestjite of .Innies Smith, late of the Couut.v of Vance, before the Clerk of the Superior Court of said ( ounty, and this is to notifynllpersoiiuholdingcliiimsngninst said estate to present the same to me on or before the lltli dav of January 1912, or this notice w ill be pleaded in bar of the re covery thereof. Person indebted to Said entate are lequested to make immediate set tlement. This 11th day of Januarv 1911. A. C. ZOLLICOFFER, Executor estate James Smith, deceased. NOTICE. North Carolina Is The tpf-Wor Court. Vance County. J Before the Clerk A. C. Zollicoffer. dministrator of the estate of II. S. Major, deceased, vs. W. I). Major. Oscar C. Major, arid wife. ltoa Major, . I . I u ry ear and wife, Mary r. er and othcry. Vi. P. Purvear, one of the defendant i above named Will take notice, thataspecial DroceedinsT, entitled as atiove has leen com menced against him and other defendants, in the Superior Court of Vance county for the purpose of obtaining license to sell the real estate belonging to the late U.S. Major, to make assets to pay the debts of the said If. S Major, the said real estate being a lot of land situate in Henderson. Vance county, North Carolina, adjoining the lands of the Town of Henderson. Henry Perry and others; and the said defendant will further take notice, that be is required to appear lefore the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance county, at his office in the town ol Henderson. North Carolina, on the first day of February, 1911. and answer or demur to the comnlaint of the plaintiff, or belief de manded in the said comlplaint will be granted. This 3rd dav of January. 1911. HENRY PERRY. Cierk of th Sunerior Court of Vance couuty. Trustee's Sale of Land. TINDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE power in a De-d of Trut executed by It. A. Panye and his wife, Alice Payne. dated SeDtember 27. 1907, and dnly recorded in tbe office of the Register of Deeds for Vance count. v. North Carolina, in Book 21 of Deeds of Trust, on page 520, 4c, and de fault having been made in payment of the notes secured thereby, and at the reo,uet of the bolder of said note. I shall !1 at public aoction for cash to tbe highest bidder at the Court Uoose door in Henderson, said Vance county, at 12 o clock on Tuesday, January 3lst, 1911, the following described landr Beginning at a stai'C on the Sooth ride of Andrews ave nue. Avsctie'a corner, run thenc along aid treet S. 67V E. 100 fet, more or lews, to a stake, Harton's eorner, thence along liar ton line S. 21 W. 189 feet to a take in Outlaw' line: thine along Outlaw' line N. 87 W. liT2 to a stake, Ayrae' cor ner: thence along Ayacne line N 21' h 223 feet, more or lens, to place of beginning, being tbe land bought of L. Powell and wife and improved by a one-torv frame dwelling. Thi 27tb December, 1S10. EXOC1I POWELL, Trustee Foley's Kidney Remedy An Ap prestation. L. McConneil, Catherine St., Elibira. X. Y., writ: ' I wish to express my appreciation of the great good 1 derived from Foley Kidney Hemedy, which I ned for a bad cae of kidney trouble. Five bottle did the work moat effectively and proved to me beyond donbt it i th molt reliable kidney medicine I havp ever tnku." o!d by all dragtf. RJezy UeaiF A Southern colored servant once described Ins recently deceased master, who was of indolent, procrastinating disposition, by saying, "He wis a-gwine, and a-pwine, and a-gwine, and he died a-gwine." A pood many peo ple who are energetic and forehandedjenough otherwise are always "A-gwine to put their money in The First National Bank but they too often die 'A-Rwine'." Start the New Year right by depositing your money in The First National Bank, Henderson, N. C. LEA ED E IR2 :IN: Fancy an d Heavy Groceries. The Ciy Grocery Co. PHONE 45. Agents for Chase & Sanborn's Coffee and Teas. its G A YEAR OF f One year ago 1 had J 1,000.00. 1 put it in tho safe and now I still have $1,000.00. The first of Jauuary, 1111, I am going to put it out at 6 per cent. Infvrtutt and will have )? 1,000. 00 the first of Januarv, 1012. The liest place to put it i wit h the Henderson Loan & Heal KstateCo. They can place it for you on first mortgage Heal Estate, guarantee the loan and collect the interest when it is dii". For further particulars call on, phone, or write, "tj" '"V Henderson Loan &Real Estate Co. Phone 139, c C f. c f. C PILUMBIEFG:-: C .V W 1 . Y 1 have employed V now prepared to do all c :-: PILUMBEETG, On short notice and in first-class manner. Prices as reasonable as good work and material will jus tify. Repair work a specialty. Ml work guaranteed. Prompt and courteous attention to all business. &Work Solicited Upon merit. Dti. US, EfUJIREILfL. Next Door to City Gro eery Co, C C C C C .v A Good Comfortable Bed ! COOKING STOVKrf and RA.MJEH, COLE'S HOT HLAST HE ATE I IS Ilest articles for the money regardless of name or cost. Henderson Furniture Company R. R.SATTERWHITE. Manager. Fine Old Whiskeys -mm m Good a GurJiteod 03 We are Distillers. Oor Whiikey are aged properly. We ship . . , . : i i . r . d'rtrCt U' CO I ail express nsuiaer. letter gnou Zct and ship in Old R. W. Joaes Corn Whiskey (8 Ycrra Old) . . $3.50 0;d U. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Years Old) . 2.75- Old K. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Years Old) . . 2.50 Corn WbKkey . . . one-half fal Jon $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 OaUoos $4.50 Corn Whiskey, 3 Gallons $6.50 Com Whiskey, 4 Gallons, . $8-50 Old Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Years OM .... 4.00 Mountiin Rye (2 Years Old) 2.75 Kentucky Bell 8 Years Old) 5.00 A pp e Brandy (3 Years Old) 3 00 Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) .0 Wilte for complete price list on all g-rades of Whiskeys, Brandies, Tins, PernSt inoacy or express order. Send us a trial order. You tr-t ii- - :i' l.v. CLAFUCSVILLE WHISKEY HOUSE O LARKSVIULB, 31 ffiesolliuitfiiomi 71 I INTEREST ! J 1 2 3 a competent man kinds of and Is not only a luxury but u necessity, where a person Pijeuds a third of hia natural life. The only difficulty with our lieds and bedding h that you want to utay there all the time. (Jar handsome chamber suites, chiffon iers,dressing tables, wardrobes, braca liods, etc., we are wiling at audi trices that no one wed be without one. We carry everything in Furniture and House Furnishings. Sale agency for BC'HL'LTZ Pianos, m. tow 'A jAdJM iil Orders Promptly Filled Undmr the Netionel Pure Food t w ana quicker wuiyiuwxa. r c prcpey plain packages. VA.