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THE HENDERSON GOLD L, 15 AF THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. 1911
The Gold Leaf, j RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS THriWDAY, JANUARY 19, 1911. Women Barbers. Durbfim Sun. Durham has no female barber, as yet. But they are on the way. Women are tackling every kind of business, and some day we expect to ee them shaving the men hre. There is hardly a busings path you can mention that you do not find a younjf ladv HHunterinpr; nlon in a (harming manner. They are barbers in otlwr places. There is an inexpressible joy that burrlariz'H a man's pouI when a musical voiw tickles his ears, as he lies in the chair with his even clospd, and rosy h'frers take him by the noe, pry open his mouth, and swipe it full of lather. O, woman in bourn of ouch a business, you little know the p wr you posss! You -iu jjrait a man by tlic forelocks and jab bin h;ad hack against tliat chair jrable. and uniock his checks, one side and the o?h-r, to '( how the fuzz and the hairy stubble li.s, and you have the niit lords of creation wbre is as weak as an infant. If you t ;l . 'o liiin pleasantly, you can pen I off his features, and hack him like a me;it chopper, and he will think he h having jrreat chunks of luxury served out to him thai no other man ever dreamed of. If a woman barber is handsome, she can shave her customers with a sausage grinder, and powder their fares with Cayenne pepper, and it will b" all rijibt. (ini'.ss wo will stop writing on this f,ubjct,as a jtetite black-eyed woman at our elbow, who wanned these lines said, "If one comes to Durham you will not be bliaved by her, if I have to do it myself." That settles it.. . Tlire i no Quinine, nothing whatever liurnh or ciikeiiiny in Prevent i. These little. Cari'ly Cul l Cure Titblft net MS by iiin'e. A few lioiirH ami your threaten ing roM is broken. Cnmly-like in taste. Prevent irs pleuwc the ehihlren ami they brenk the feverishnet-M, always Ami least, of all is the economy. A large box 4rt I're venf ies '27 cents. Ask your druggiM. He knows! Sold by The Paragon. H. K. Thrower, Proprietor. The total production of cotton in the Knited States for the kohsoii l'.llO, according to the estimates issued by the Department of Agricul ture on December 9, will amount to 5,404, 097,01)0 pounds (not including linters), which is equivalent to 1, 420.0(10 bales of 500 pounds grosa weight. The 1909 crop was 10,004, 949 bales ainl the 1908 crop 1.3,587, ,'100 bales. The estimated produc tion by States follows: Virginia, 13,000; North Carolina, 075,000; South Carolina, 1,110,000: Georgia, ,750.000; Florida, 58,000; Ala bin i ,74.000; Mississippi, 1,100, 000; Louisiana, 200.000; Texas, o140,0o0; Arkansas, 815,000; Ten nessee, :J05,000; Missouri, 48,000; Oklahoma, 900,000; California, 12, 000. Death In Roaring Fire lnuy not result, from the work of firebugs, but often seyere burn are caused that make a quirk need for Bueklen's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, gores. It subdues inflamma tion. It kills pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only 25c at Melville Doreey's d tug store. There is a movement on foot to create a new county out of portions or Guilford, Rockingham, Forsyth and Stokes, with Stokesdale as the county seat. Committee have been appointed, and another meeting will be held on the 14th. Probably the greatest coffee substitute yet produced is that now known to grocers everywhere as lr. Shoop's Health Toffee. It actually goes a third fartherthan all others, and besides it is "made in a minute." No 20 to 'M) minutes tedious boiling is all neces sary. Pure toasted grains, malt, nuts, etc., have been so cl werly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying, true genuine coffee flavor and taste. And not u grain of real coffee is used 1 00 cups, 2."c. Sold by Geo. E. Terry The marble bust of that noble statesman Matt Y. Hansom is a worthy ornament to the rotunda of our capitol building and the men who are responsible for its erection deserve great credit. Our capitol square would look much better if it contained many more statues of our noble sons and every niche in the capitol should be filled with tli9 bust of some of our men who gave their lives to make our great Mate. Such things give the rising generations more State pride. Teach the chil dren to love the names of our great men and honor our grand State bv honoring those who have made our State s history dear to us. Raleigh 1 imes. NATURE'SWARNING. Henderson People Must Recognize and Heed It Kidney ills come quietly mysteriously. Hut natures always warns you. Notice the kidney secretions. See if the color is unhealthy If there are settlings and sediment. I'assazes frequent, scanty, painful. It's time then to use Doau's Kidney I'lIIs. To ward off Bright 's disease or dia betes. Doan's hare done great work in Hen derson. A. B. Falkner. 411 Rreckenridge St.. Henderson. N. C. eavs: '"I have used Doan's Kidney Pills and they have done me a world of good. My kidneys both ered me especially at night and the kidney secretions were unnatural and filled with sediment. My back ached and constant pains in my kidneys kept me in misery. A few months ago I began taking Doan's Kidney rills, obtaiued at the Kerner-Mc Nair Co.'s Drug Store and I found them to be jnst what I needed. They relieved the lameness and soreness in my back and helped me in every way." For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York sole agents for the I nited States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. BUCKETS -DS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER: Mm t Valid Kw Irire. Atrial Will Dii rou oar irajuienl ctutomer. it, m ... jj ktna: T.t , U tb finaat : TwvIb. T nilcndid : Obi. 1 beat Tula. Write to-day; Mention this Paper. SEND K CENTS . taut a won im tiucx wncv'ta ci h-t, rua. mb. I u. aiii am m Of the Town of Henderson for Six Months, from July 1st, 1910, to Jan uary 1st, 1911, as Shown by Report of A. Cooke, Treasurer, Made to Board of Commissioners. TOWN OF HENDERSON, N. C, THEA8CBEH January for P.S0N, N. C, Office, ry 1st, 1911. ) I'.eport an.l statement of the receipts and diabnnement by the Treasurer of Henderson nix monthH, ending January Int. 1911, respectfully submitted as foUows . Disbursements General Town Fund. 1910. July Auk. Sept. Oct. Nor. Dec. 1910 To puid : M J O'Neal, chief fire department. Hiilary for April " " ' May M N Farrinh, pay-roll June 25th 11 T I'owell, mayor, salary for June K J Southerlund, board horfe and mule for June C K Stainback, elerk, salary for June T M 1'ittman, attorney, salary for June B (i Allen, health officer, salary for June M .1 O'Neal, chief fire department, salary for June K H Faulkner, fireman, Halnry for June Home Tel. & Tel. Co., phone rent for June Sl'owell. tttreet commissioner, salary for June M N I'arrinh. chief of police, salary for June .1 t' Champion, police, salary for June I) C Crnhtree, police, salary for June T W Faulkner, police, salary for June Henderhou Light & Power Concurrent for June Henderson Watpr Co., sewer and sprinkler for June Hendei'Miii Light & Bower Co., current clock tower K 1 Davis, two load clover H Thompnon. corn and oats Wutkins BroH (,'o.. four picks Henderson Light &JPower Co , current municipal building W J Una rk, detective work Cbas H Cooke, taxes refunded Vance Guard", balance appropriation for 1910 V H Wester, balance comn)ission on 1910 taxes M N Pnrrisli, puv-roll July 2nd " " 9th ' ' balance salary for June " ' pay-roll July 16th Nelson Hose Co., expenses to tournament 10 00 10 00 33 50 25 00 30 00 16 67 8 34 10 00 10 00 40 00 3 E0 15 00 45 00 40 00 40 00 40 00 267 01 22 95 9 90 3 00 5 20 2 00 12 00 62 00 8 40 100 00 54 86 41 25 31 55 15 00 37 31 179 30 Total vouchers paid July, 1910 f 1 226 74 K (J Boyster, agent, freight on street sprinkler f M N Banish, pay-roll July 23rd II T Powell, mayor, salary for July B J Southerland.'board horse and mule for July t: K Stainback, clerk, salary for July T M Pittman, attorney, salary for July - B i Allen, health officer, salary for July B H Faulkner, fireman, salary for July Home Tel. & Tel. Co., rent phone for July S Powell, street commissioner, salary for July M N Parrish, chief police, salary for July J ('Champion, police, salary for July Henderson Light & Power Concurrent for .Inly Henderson Water Co., sewer and sprinkler Henderson Lijslit & Power Co.. current municipal building Gold Leaf, publishing treasurer's report Bohert Davis, feeding prisoners M N Parrmh. pay-roll for July 30tli B (5 Allen, health officer, death certificates, elc M N Parrish. extra police services for July P K Rowland, vakingtax list for 1910 John Langston, police duty II (I Sherman, police, salary for July M N Parrish, pav-roll August 6th '" " 13th 26 33 41 75 25 00 30 00 1 6 66 8 33 10 00 40 00 2 50 15 00 60 00 40 00 268 75 32 46 9 10 28 10 7 00 46 25 5 50 31 00 66 40 6 00 40 00 44 95 50 18 Total vouchers paid Vugust, 1910. Citizens Bank, interest 5 months on note M J O'Neal, chief fire dept., salary Ju'y M N Parrish, pay-roll August 20th.. " " " " ' 27th... B J Southerland, crushed stone H T Powell, mayor salary for August B J Southerland. board horse and mule for ugust C K Stainback, clerk, salary for August T M Pittman, attorney, salary for August B 0 Allen, health officer, salary for August M J O'Neal, chief fire dept., salary for August B H Faulkner, fireman, salary for August Home Tel. and Tel. Co., phone rent for August S Powell, street commissioner, salary for August M N Parrish. chief of police, salary for August J C Champion, phlicenian, salary for August D V, Crabtree, policeman, salary for August H G Sherman, policeman, salary for August Henderson Light and Power Ce., current for August Henderson Water Co. for sewer and sprinkler for August Henderson Book Company, for journal Burroughs-Alston Company, for hay Watkins Hardware Co., for tools John Mustian, police duty BG Allen, health officer, death certificates Ham Faulkner, horse feed W H Wester, license tax refunded to J T Smith M J O'Neal, chief fire dept., exp. 2 col fire Co. to tournament. M N Parrish, pay-roll September 3rd " " " " " ' 10th " " " " " 17th f $ 951 26 62 50 10 00 29 60 51 02 416 50 ' 25 00 30 00 16 67 8 34 10 00 10 00 45 00 2 50 15 00 65 00 45 00 45 00 45 00 266 98 21 96 1 25 13 17 4 30 7 00 .75 15 90 2 50 123 00 31 28 44 10 42 12 Total vouchers paid for September. 1910 i 1 506 44 E G Boyster, agent, freight on piping t M N Parrish, pay-roll September 24th H T Powell, mayor, salary for September B J Southerland, board horse and mule for September C E Stainback, clerk, salary for September T M Pittman, attorney, salary for September B G Allen, health officer, salary for September B H Faulkner, fireman, salary for September Home Tel. & Tel. Co., rent phone for September S Powell, street commissioner, salary for September M N Parrish, chief of police, salary for September J C Champion, policeman, salary for September D C Crabtree, policeman, salary for September H G Sherman, policeman, salary for September Henderson Light & Power Company, current for September Henderson Water Company, sewer and sprinkler for September... M N Parrish, pav-roll for October 1st ' " :- " " 8th ' ' 15th 44 80 53 55 25 00 30 00 16 67 8 34 10 00 45 00 2 50 15 00 65 00 45 00 45 00 45 00 264 31 23 19 41 10 34 00 41 00 Total vouchers paid for October. 1910. Citizens Bank. 60 days interest on note M J O'Neal, chief fire dept , salary for September M N Parrith, pay-roll for October 22nd " " ' " " 29th H T Powell, mayor, salary for October B J Southerland, board horse and mule for October C E Stainback, clerk, salary for October T M Pittman, attorney, salary for October B G Allen, health officer, salary for October M J O'Neal, chief fire department B II Faulkner, fireman, salary for October Home Tel. 4. Tel. Co., rent of phone for October S Powell, street commissioner, salary for October M N Parrish, chief of police, salary for October J C Champion, policeman, salary for October D C Crabtree, policeman, salary forOctober H G Sherman, policeman, salary for October Henderson Light & Power Co., current for October Henderson Water Company, sewer and sprinkler for October Sam'l Watkins. police uniforms, hats, etc Bobt Davis, feeding prisoners E S Houghtalling, police services Alex Clark, horse-shoeing, repairing sprinkler, etc Dr B G Allen, health officer, death certificates H E Thrower, drug account Ham Faulkner, oats, corn, oil, etc M J O'Neal, supplies D E Aycock. printing notices B J Southerland, two loads rock Watkins Bros. Co., pipe and cement Henderson Light Jt Power Co., current for municipal building . ... Henderson Watr Co., for manhole head Southern Stamp and Stationary Co., dog tax tags Chattanooga Sewer Pipe Co., car sewer pipe Edwards & Broughton Ptg. Co., tax books for 1910 Good Roads Machinery Co., 13 invoice Henderson Water Co., six months hydrant rental M N Parrish, pay-roll Nov. 5th Vance County Chap. D of C, two notes of appropriation M N Parrish, pay-roll Nov. 12th 19th Total vouchers paid for November, 1910 ,, Citizens Bank, for note due December 10. 1910 M N Parrish, pay-roll Not. 26th H T Powell, mayor, salary for November K J Southerland, board horse aDd mule for November C E Stainback, clerk, salary for November T M Pittman. attorney, salary for November B G Allen, health officer, salary for November M J O'Neal, chief of fire department, salary for November R H Faulkner, fireman, salary for November Home Tel. and Tel. Company, phone rent for November S Powell, street commissioner, salary for November M N Parrish, chief police, salary for November J C Champion, policeman, salary for November D C Crabtree, policeman, salary for November H G Sherman, policeman, "alary for November Henderson Light and Power Company, current for Norember .... Henderson Water Company, sewer and sprinkler for November... Dr B G Allen, for death certificates J S Poythres, coal and cement.... Henderson Light and Power Company, current for Oct. and Nov. Ham Faulkner, corn and oat R J Southerland, stone-posts and caring sick horse Samuel Watkins, over coats for policemen A E Smerdon. repairs on sprinkler A G Daniel, lumber M N Parrish, pav-roll Dec. 3rd " " 4- 10th " " 11th f 854 46 30 00 10 00 34 40 42 65 25 00 30 00 16 67 8 34 10 00 10 00 45 00 2 50 15 00 65 00 45 00 45 00 45 00 268 75 23 58 121 50 5 80 7 00 13 75 2 50 1 25 10 70 14 27 1 00 2 00 61 75 17 80 9 41 3 00 111 20 9 50 69 00 1557 94 43 85 500 0o 48 30 37 70 $ 8 42114 2 000 00 32 50 25 00 30 00 1667 8 34 10 00 10 00 45 00 2 50 15 00 65 00 45 00 45 00 45 00 253 39 24 96 2 50 37 58 27 26 4 80 12 38 66 6 3 50 9 41 28 50 18 CO ii vl Total vouchers paid for December 1910 ... S a 917 56 Total vouchers G months from July 1st to Dec. 81 f 10 877 60 Receipts General Town Fund. July 1 9 25 Aug. 11 26 Sept, 1 26 29 Oct. 24 28 To balance cash on hand To cash, cost returned from superior court..... To cash, of J M Youug for water connection . To cash, W H Wester, tax collector To cash, Robt Lasaiter, cleaning ditch . To cash, W H Wester, tax collector ..... To cash, Citizens Bank, per note To cash, W H Wester, tax eollector To cash, W H Wester, tax collector To cash. W H Wester, tax collector To cash, W H Wester, tar-collector 32 86 35 50 21 95 500 00 12 50 500 00 2500 00 250 00 400 00 350 00 1000 00 Nov. Dec. 1911 Jan. 2 9 19 23 25 28 2 10 23 29 To cash, Citizens Bank, per note ... To cash, W H Wester, tax collector To ca6b, W H We6ter. tax collector To casb. W H Wefter, tax collector : To cah, B dance transferred municipal building, AC . To -ash, W H Wester, tax collector To cash, W H Wftiter, tax collector , To cash, W H Wester, tax collector To cash, W H Wester, tax collector To cash, W H Wester, tax collector 2000 00 500 00 50O0O 500 00 46 95 500 00 1400 00 500 00 2100 no 500 00 To,a1 , 11419 76 Less disbursements as per vouchers to Jan. 1, 1911 10 877 60 To cash on hand Jao. 1. 1911 $ 8 272 16 Due Citizens Bank, 1 note $ 2500 00 Due Citizens Bank. 1 not 2000 00 Less cash, balance on hand. 1910 July Dec. Balarce indebtedness this date f 1227 84 D. & N. Railway Funds Receipts. 1 To balance on hand 2 To cash, W H Wester, tax collector... . 27 To cash, W H Wester, tax collector ... Disbursements. July 21 Sept. -26 Dec. 29 By amount transferred to, sinking fund... By 20 interest coupons, due Jan. 1, 1911. Jan. 1, 1911 To balance cash on hand D. & N. Railway Sinking Fund ReceiDts. 1910 July May July Sept. Dec. Aug. Nov. 1 28 14 26 31 4 2 To balance cash on hand To interest collected , To note and interest collected To cash transferred from D. & N. general fund . To note and interest collected".... Jan. 1, 1911 Disbursements. By cash leut on Real Estate By cash lei t on Real Estate To balance cash on hand To 6 notes secured by Real Estate ." 1910 July Dec Dec. Sept. Nov. To balance cash and notes Sewerage Fund-Receipts. l 14 24 26 26 To balance on hand To cash, VV H Wester, tax collector.. To cash, W H Wester, tax collector Disbursements. By amount transferred sinking fund By 38 interest coupons due Oct. 1.1910 Jan. 1. 1911 To belmice on hand Sewerage Sinking Fund Receipts. 1910 Julv Xfa'v S"pt. Nov. 1 28 26 To interest collected To Hinount transferred from Sewerage General fund Disbursements. By cash lent on Real Estate Jan. 1, 1911 To balance -ah on hand To 3 notes secured bv Real Estate.. t 4500 06 8272 10 f 1227 84 f 1303 38 600 00 400 00 S 2303 38 . f 600 00 700 00 300 00 S 1600 00 f 703 38 1826 97 48 00 1032 16 700 00 1060 00 f 4167 13 S 100000 2000 00 $ 3000 00 116713 6425 00 S 7592 13 f 1522 50 1000 00 500 00 $ 3022 53 f 500 00 950 00 1450 00 f 1572 53 107 11 6 00 500 00 S 613 11 $ 500 00 $ 113 11 2275 00 To balance notes and cash f 2388 11 The foregoing is a true and correct statement (Signed) A. COOKE, Treasurer. Town of Henderson, N. C. ORE OODS AVE G NO SIR! NO M THE home A MAN OUGHT TO BE SHOT OR PUT IN AN ASYLUM JUST BECAUSE HE ORDERS GOODS AWAY FROM HOME FROM A CATALOG HOUSE. HE ONLY NEEDS TO BE TAUGHT THAT HE CAN BUY DETTER AND CHEAPER AT HOME. THEN THERE'S NO FREIGHT TO YAY; HE CAN SEE WHAT HE BUYS BEFORE HE PAYS OUT HIS MONEY; HE IS SURE OF GETTING RELIABLE. KNOWN BRANDS OF GOODS. AND WE ARE HERE 365 DAYS A YEAR TO MAKE GOOD ON WHAT WE SAY AND SELL. WATKINS HARDWARE CO. If you buy a it is worth the f.APRITT Rl IffV at 25 cents alb. UV1VLMI I UUUU money invest'd i miitttu, ari 7 V r KJAsi( - tsW.i.r iy 4-a j THE CORB1TT BUGGY CO. HENDERSON, N. C. k&w PJume No. Keep The House Warm Wouldn't it be mighty foolish to try and heat your house from the outside? It would be a shameful waste of coal. Yet some folks try and heat their houses -with poor quality coal. Why not pay a fair Drice and get coal that burns hotlv and economically? Our coal is clean hot and even burning. Deliver ed at summer prices now. J 5 P0YTJ1RESS Tell Some Sick One It Is Free If It Fails. Win Too do an act of Humanity? Will you tell some rick friend of this, my remarkable offer? Tell him or her. t'ltt you have learned of a medicine k certain Uuu its maker dare say to the sick. "It is absolutely and unconditionally free ii it fails. And you. no doubt, already know of Dr. Snoop's Restorative and its popularity. For 20 years it has been the standard rem edy for Stomach. Kidney and Heart ailments everywhere in America. When the "inside" or controlling nerves of these vital organs begin to fail, it is Dr. Shoop's Bastorative that has quickly vitalized, and streng thened, and brought these nerves and organs back to health again. I do not dose the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys for that is all wrong. Dr. Shoop's Restorative goes direct to the cause of these ailments the failing, faltering, inside or controlling nerves. And herein lies the keynote to my success. When these nerves are again made well and strong, then that is the certain end of ail such sickness. Tome it is a greet satisfaction that I am the only pnyniclan able to say to the Buffering sick. "Take my prescription for full SO days, and if it fails to help you. the entire expense ii mine not yours." Then why shmilatTie sick take any chance on any other medicine, whost maker dare not back it just as 1 do by this remarkable offer i I also have a Rheumatic Remedy and t'lat i TfCj is covered by the same identical "No Lo. i.o pay" protective plan. Uesides. you are free to consult me Just a: you would your home physician. My advice and da book below are yours and without cost. Perhaps a word or two from me will clear up some serious ailment. I have helped thousands upon thousands by my private prescription or personal advice plan. My best effort is surely worth your simple request. So let me send you an order at onco. Tak the message to some sick friend. A postal will brin the opportunity. I will have an honest and trustworthy dru. gist to whom you can conveniently go for the SO day tet. But first, ask me for the order, for all drug gists are not authorized to give the SO day test. So write me now and save all delays. Re member that tomorrow never comes. Addreis Dr. Shoop, Box 12, Racine. Wis. Wile Boek Shall X i Toe? No. 4 For Women No. S For Men No. C On Rheumatism, No. 1 On Dyspepsia No. 2 On the Heart No. 8 On the Kidneys Look .For th s Bee Hive On the package when you buy Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs nd colds. None genuine without the Bte Hive. Remember the name. Foley's Honey and Tar and reject any substitute. Sold by all druggists. 4J I J?FL.i-XinA Hi) y c k 3 s. 5 3 Did you ever stop to really think just what is in a name the name "Buck's" and just what it will mean to you on your new stove or range? There's a name for over 60 years has stood the test of real, true worth and proven in those year s of fhard continued service that none can compare with these splen did goods. That Trade Mark is your guarantee of stove per fection and means stove or range satisfaction for you for the rest of your days. Then it will be a pretty good plan for you, don't you think, when making your selection of a new stove or range tomake the one bearing the "Buck's" Trade Mark your choice? The "Buek's" Store where yoh can set Anything in Hardware REGISTERED. The Origin of Roystcr Fertilizers. Mr. Royster believed that 9uccess awaited the Manufacturer of Fertilizers who would place quality above other considerations. This was Mr. Royster's idea Twenty-seven years ago and this is his idea to-day: the result has been that it requires Eight Factories to supply the demand for Royster Fertilizers- F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY, FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES. NORFOLK. VA. TAftBORO. N. C. COLUMBIA. 8. C. FARTANBURQ. . C. MAOON, OA. COLUMBUS. A. MONTGOMERY. ALA. BALTIMORE. MO. f The Latest Price List of Wil Wires, 1 EXPRESS PREPAID TO YOUR CITY. We Lre the only whiskey house that manufac- tvires our own corn whiskey. ALL OUR GOODS ARE SOLD BY THIS LIST AND NO OTHER LIST -Anheuser-Busch Beer, per 4 Dozen Bottles, Delivered, $5. 00- v tS-It crate and empty bottles are put in Express office and shipped to the Ai;heur-uwh lirpwinjr r . Richmond, Va., and receipt pent back to us, we will return you fl.OU. Old R. W. Jones years old Old R. W. Jones old Old R. W. old Old R. corn Whiskey corn Whiskey 8 Jones corn Whiskey 4 4 qts 10 f4.00 years 350 years 3.00 years W. Jones corn whiskey 2 old 2.50 Corn Whiskey by the half gallon fl.50 Corn W hiskey 4 gallons 2 years old.... o.o( Corn Whiskey 2 gallons 2 years old.... 4.50 Lorn whiskey 3 gallons 2 years old ... O.oU Per gal. Bye Whiskey Old Velvet 4 yeara old... 4 00 Mountain Rye 2 years old 2.75 Kentucky Belle Rye 8 years old 5.00 Echo Spring Rye 8 years old , 5.00 Silver Brook Rye 6 years old 4.00 Mountain Spring Rye xxx 4 yeara old. 3.50 Log Cabin Rye 3 years old 2.75 Mountain Spring Rye xx. 2.75 Excelsior Rye 2 years old 2.75 Oolden Crown Rye 3 years old 3.00 Professor Jones Rye 2.50 Apple Brandy Home Made 8 years old. 4.50 Baltimore Apple Brandy 3 years old... 3.00 Ginger Brandy 2.50 Peach Brandy 10 years old 5.00 Peach and Uooey 2 50 N. B. 1 gallon corn whiskey and jug F. 0. B. here 1.63 Barrelled Goods. Cherry Wine 3.00 Old Cherry 8 years old Port Wine Scnppernong Wine Claret Wine Blackberry Wine Holland Uin Rose Gin Bottled Goods. French Brandy Per qt Cane Spring Rye 4 qtit (bottled bond U. S. Government Stamp). Green River Rye 4 qts Three Feathers Rye 4 qts Canadian Club 4 qts Old Prentice 4 qts Mum's Rye 4 qts Full Dres 4 qts Four Aces 4 qta Echo Spring 4 qts Mark Rogers 4 qts Jefferson Club 4 qts Gordon Rye 4 qt Three Crowns Ry- 4 qts Yellow Label 4 qts Old Snerwooil 4 qus, William Penn 4 ott Flti Hugh Lee 4 qts Blue Blood 4 qt Montreal Malt whiskey 4 qts Bjlly Baxter 4 qts Anderson Club 4 qt Old hob Burton 4 qta Old Flutcher 4 qU Jamestown Irih whiskey 4 qts Dewer's Scotch 4 qts 4.00 2 50 2.50 2.25 2.25 3.00 2.50 3.50 in 00 00 00 OO 00 (JO 00 00 00 00 00 .00 00 00 00 00 .00 00 OO 00 00 50 .00 00 00 Royal A -eh 4 qts Rooney's Malt 4 qta Duffy's Malt 4 qts Duffy's Malt by the cns Ameri'-an Malt 4 qt Chwj Malt Rose Valley K.ve 4 qts Glenn Lilly Rye 4 qts Old Velvet 4 qts (i. P. K. 4 qt Silus Dean 4 qts Old Henry 4 qts Corn Whikey 100 pts rv.rn Whixkev 100 hull pts Corn Whiskey 100 Proof 100 pts Com Wbikev 100 Prool 100 half pte Bottled Wine. Virginia Dare 4 qts St. Etphe 4 q Ht.Jnlean 4 qts Virginia Claret 4 qts Imperial Sherry W ine H years old 4 qts Domestic 4 qts Alcohol best grade 1 qt... Minnehaha 4 qts Pocahontas 4 qts Imperial Blackberry 4 qts Scnppernong 4 qt Port 4 qts Black berry Brandy 4 qts Extra Dry Monn s 4 qt 4 r,n 4 do 5 0. 12 OO 4...o 4 (Ml 4 0(i 4 OH 4 0 4 (' 4.0" 4.00 SO 0 15 On 32.00 1 00 .',o A pO ii n:t :t r.i) .'. oo .1.5' 2.oo a r.o 4 r.o 3.50 3.50 X.50 i )) 11 .00 N B. 1 callon corn wLik-y 100 proof apd jug F. 0. B. here Ji" Take our advice and buy HOME MADE COPPER-DISTILLED Com Whiskey e us in the old fashion way. We are one of the few that make our own Cora Whiskey, so y can get it direct from the stilL . . FYnress All orders must be accompanied by Cashier a Check, Post Omce Money f cr;f. T) Money Order. No individual checks taken unless party is known to us. No stamps iac whiskey. No goods sent C. O. D REFERENCES : First State Bank and Planters Bank of ClarksvUle, Va., First National Bank of Oxford, V (- P. S. All Whiskies Delivered Express Prepaid in plain boxes if desired. IQ-N. B. 1 gallon Corn Whiskey 100 proof and jupr F. 0 B. here $2.15. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Claurksville Whiskey Hovxse, Clarksville, Virginia.