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THE HENDEltSON GOLD-LEAF THURSDAY, FEBKUAEY 9, 1911.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED i88x. -I5V- THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, I KHUKAUY U, 1911. HOME AGAIN. The alitor r turned bombast week from Richmond where he had been in a hospital for treatment, and is at his post :i;rfiin temporarily, at least after an absenre of four weeks. It may be of interest to our friends that our condition is im proved but thedoetor advises njraint undertaking regular work for poi time yet. Tl. Tiifositv for muvinir the office to other quartern brought u.s back f the strenuous life t. i t . i w .... sooner than was frond for us perhaps IL-inrr no and down steps and frrmitinfr while the other fellow did the liftinpr has taxed our ntrengrth somewhat, but we are froing to shift of responsibility to other nhoulders now. The 'ior.n Lea f'Js comfortably and f-nnvTiintlv 'housed over ThorneV store on Main street, In large and well lighted rooms, where In future it will be "at home" to its friends whether on business or to pass the time o' da Come and see uk m our new quar ters. WELL, WE'RE HERE. The Henderson Gold Leaf, al ways a most welcome visitor at this office, is a moie welcome visitor since it now brinirH us news of its absent editor. AVe are glad to follow closely every line he writes and happier to know that he continues to improve, Whv ! in his last article he intimated that he might be at home to write his next. Is that not welcome news to his many friends every where? The above kindly reference to the editor of The Gold Leaf is from the Littleton News Reporter of last week. Thi is to inform Brother Walker that wv are at home but not writing much. That will have to be "con tinued in our next." In the first place we are hardly in condition for work and then the office has been in a state of transit "on the move" and one who has ever passed through that ordeal knows something of what it means. Nothing is in its place, or can be made to fit where it ia aup posed to belong and the press just nnnitivelv refuses to so back like it t ' - - - - ' ; was before and be properly adjusted in all Its bearings until it has been experimented with sufficiently to try the patience of Job and wear out the strength of Samson. But we are notmissingaaissuethn week however lacking it may be in merit. PASTOR RUSSELL EXPLAINS. Coming to COLONEL HiGKS' SUCGESSOR. Did Acknowledgments. The editor acknowledges his in debtedness to Kev. J. A. McClure for valuable assistance rendered in an editorial and proof reading capacity during his absence. The paper would be irainer if it could retain Ins ser vices if given full swing. But as it developed the editorial columns were so monopolized by the person whose place he was suppof-t l to take that he. didn t have a chance to "spread himself." Mr. McClure is one of the most versatile and scholarly men we have and he readily adapts himself to the situation in any emergency whether in Hpexking or writing. To Mr. .1. V. I'.riggs of Richmond, also, who left his family and came to help the boys out with the paper, we have been n need under lasting obli gation. A practical printer and capable newspaper man he was the mainstay of old Brother l'owliatan Bouldin's paper, the DanTille Times, durii)! the latter years of that veter an editor's life, mid hi? was ready to show the same spirit of fidelity am friendship when he found another friend in need. And to the faithful printers, Mr. Proctor and Mr. Hudson, who were equal to the occasion and assumed duties and responsibilities they had not known before, we would also give praise and thanks. A mere of Maniii'l liiiiii'iuil wit h ChaniliT- Ijuii'h LiniiiH'iit iiinl bound on to tlicaff'ftcd inirtM in Hiiperior to any plaster. When troulili'il with Imin' Imck or Julius ia the niii' or ilicHt tchi- it a trial and vim an' per tain to tie more than gleaned with the iirompt relief which it aifordu. l or niiih liv all ilenliii .HI ;rs. ;Yu-y y: WD; :r ii.-.: the sal Car- the Think This Over. This Offer Should Gain the Confidence of the Most Skeptical. We pay for ail the medicine used dur ing the trial, if our remedy fail to com pletely relieve yai of constipation. We take till the ripik. You are not obligated to us in any wny whatever, if you acrept our oner, i hat s a mighty broad state ment, hut we mean every word of it. I ould anything be more fair for you? A most scientific, common-sense treat ment in Uexal! Orderlies, which are eaten i;i... .. i fii .... ntvf inu.. i neir active principle is a recent scientific discovery that is odor i i i . . w. i-oioriens ana tasteless; very pro nounced, gentle and pleasant in action. fnc? Particularly agreeable in every way. This ingredient docs not cause diarrhoea, nausea, llntulence, griping or any incon venience whatever. Hexall Orderlies are particularly good for children, nged and delicate persons. If you suffer from chronic or habitual constipation, or the associate or depend ent chronic ailments, wp urge you to try llexall Orderlies at our risk. Remember you can get them in Henderson only at our store. 1 2 tablets. 1 0 cts; ;u tablets. 2:v etc. Y. YV. Parker. The Kexall Storo. - - Put never follows the use of Foley's Honey anil Tar, which checks the coia;h and exprfs the cold. M. StocLwell. lliuinit.nl. Mo , says: "It lieats all the remedies I ever used. 1 con tracted a had cold and couch ami was threatened with pneumonia. One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar completely cured nu." No oiiints, just a reliable household medicine. Sold by all druggist. Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Hours. DK PFIVHOX'S UI'.I.IFF FOK WWV.V MAT ISM usually relieves severest cases in a few hours. Its action upon the system is re markable ami effective It removes the cause and the disease quickly disappears. First dose benefits. T.'.c and $1.(M. Sold by W. V. Purker. druggist. je 1 Trustees Sale of Land TP! "XPF.K AND NY YIHTl'K OF TflF powers conferred upon me bv a deed in trust executed by W.H.Judd and wile 15. 1-.. .ludif an. I others on the 24 day of October Hum; and recorded in book .'i on 4..J, aiuv Registrar's o&ice. default been made 1 Khali cell for cash at the court house door in Henderson at 12 o'clock page 4 having court hi Saturday, Feb. 18th, 1911 at public outcry the following real estate to wit the one sixth undivided interest of W. .1 Judd d.veased under will of Dr. AY. J. Jud.l on Fair ti round s'reet in the town of Hen uerson. l.ying on v est Hide of said street adjoining .Mrs. K. .1. Marston and others. Same being place nt w hich lr. Y. J. Judd retiided at the time of his death. This Januarv lsth. IDll. ANDREW J. HARRIS. Trustee. NOTICE. Farmers' and WomenV Institutes. Captain T. IJ. Parker, Director of Fanners' Institutes (North Carolina Department of' Agriculture,) asks the (Jo m Leaf to call attention of its farmer readers and their families to the institutes for men and for women to be held at the. places and dates mentioned below, which we have nleasure in doing, and urge those interested to attend these institutes nnd take advantage of the informa tion to be gained therefrom. Further on in his letter Capt. Par ker says: "We are endeavoring to make thpse institutes very practical and want them to do the most possioie good, which they can not do unless thev are well attained. Especially do I want to call attention to the women's institutes and urge the women of the country to attend. At these institutes the lady members of our party discuss subjects of farmore importance than the raising of corn, or cotton, or pork, or any of the farm crops. They discuss the home and its influence on the family, right living, good cookery nnd its influence ... i- i .i.ii.: on tiealtn, ttie leeuing ami doming of children and many other things of equal importance to the family. "Also, I want the sons and aaugn- ters to come out to the institutes, that the boys may learn about the boys' corn clubs and the girls that they may get inspiration at the women's meetings." The dates and places at which in stitutes were held or will be held in this community are as follows: Louisburg, Feb. 7. Littleton, Feb. 8. Franklinton. Feb. 8. Warrenton, Feb. 0. Oxford, Feb. !. YVeldon, Feb. . .Mi.l.lleburg, Feb. 10. ('reed moor, Feb. 10. Bear Pond, Feb. 11. We regret that the notice came too late for publication last week. It is not too late, however, to say that we are heartily in sympathy witli this work and advise our farm er friends and their good wives and bright find ambitious sons and daughters to take a day off and at tend these institutes and try to de rive some lenefit from them. Hear in mind the one at Bear Pond next Saturday, beb. 11, and, as County Commissioner J. Ii. Allen, chairman of the Institute Committee for Vance county, savs, attend to your "Saddv" duties on Friday and on hand at this Farmers' and Women's Institute. "Bring all the folks vou see" is his urgent request. lhe program is an interesting one. Morning sessions will open at 10:30 o'clock and afternoon session at 1:30. SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION. Soil Improvement, by T. B. Par ker. Live Stock on the Farm, by J. A. Conover. Truck aud Vegetable Crops, b S. B. Shaw. AFTERNOON. Soil Types and Crop Varieties, bv T. B. Parker. Home (Sardening, by S. B. Sha w. Some Common Diseases of Live Stock, by Dr. W. (J. Chrisman. Boys' corn club contest explained. Opening of question box and dis cussion. Appointment of committees. Joint meeting of Men's and Wom en s Institutes at J:.io. The same hours will be observed for the Women's Institutes. SURJKCTS FOR DISCUSSION. Bread Making, by Mrs. Charles McKimmou. The Influence of the Women in the Home, by Mrs. Sue V, Ilollowell. Cooking Meats, by Mrs. Charles McKimmou. The Importance of Home Sanita tion, bv Mrs. Sue V. Ilollowell. Insect Pests, by Mrs. Charles Mc- Kimmon. Other Subitets Pertaininc to the Farm Home, by Mrs. Sue V Hollo- well. AFTERNOON. Home Decoration, by Mrs. Charles McKimmou. The Purposes and Value of the Women's Institute, by Mrs. Sue V. Ilollowell. I have this day qualified as the admin istrator of the estate of Lettie Daj, de ceased, late of the county of Vance before tne clerk of the Superior Court of said county. This is to notify all 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 settlement. This lGth dav of Januarv, 1U11. D. W. 'HARDEE. Administrator. Fortify now against the Grip for it come every season sure' Prevent ic the little Candy Cold Cure Tablets offer in this re pjioet a most certain and dependable safe guard. Prevent ich at the -snewie stage" will, as well, also surely head off all com uiou colds. Hut promptness is all import ant. Keep Preveuties in the pocket or purse, for instant use. l?ox of -IS for 25c. Sold by The Paragou. II. E. Thrower, Prop. P. H. Montgomery & Co., OXFORD, N. C. Samtaru Plumbers, Steam Fitters and Electricians. Supplies, Fixtures and Repairs. Wiring and Electrical Work la all Its branches. Let us furnish you estimate on anvthinc n our line. AH Work Guaranteed. Not Say World Was End In io5- !r TMiror 1 crave a few inches of jour epace in correction o; a news item widelr circulated from Wash ington, D. I'., January 20th, stating that a street evangelist charges me with escitin?- the people" by preach ing that ' Christ will come in A. D., lJlo, aud accomplish the destruc tion of the world." This "street preacher' rot himself mixed up with my theology. It is true that he sent me a kind invita tion to share twenty minutes of my time in explaining to the audien.-e how he misunderstood ray presenta tions hefore he had heard them. It is true that he had requested a pub lic debate with me at the next Bap- ticr nnnvpntinn in June or at the Christian Kndeavor convention in July. But I did not believe that the gentleman was authorized to sppak for either of the conventions; conse quently I Rave him no heed. As I was announcing the closing hymn the gentleman attempted an inter ruption. But it appears that after my meet ing was dismissed, the interrupter, undertook to explain to a bevy of reporters Pastor Russell's "errors" declaring that all over the country I was preaching the second coming of Christ in 1915 and scaring people as Wm. Miller did years ago. I do not blame the reporters, for how could they know how foolishly the man was talking? I wish to deny, as positively as language will permit, that I said a single thing concerning the year 1015, as Wm. Miller taught of an earlier date, my teaching is that the world will never be burned up, but, as the Bible declares, "The Earth Abideth Forever." Eccles 1 :4. If "evangelist" represents any pro testant or Catholic bodies, as he in timates, his creed surely recites the burning up of the world at tne sec ond Advent of Christ. Many minis ters in aU denominations teach that Christ mav come at any moment, and that the moment of His coming will be the end of the world. A few saintly ones they say, will be saved; but all the remainder will be over whelmed by fire that will fall upon them from heaven. It is one of their stock arguments intended to excite the people. I wonder if "evangelist has not so preached? It is because mv interpretations ol the scriptures are so very different on this particular point that many Christian people are being awakened to a fresh study of the Bible. I am n communication with Bible classes all over the world. Many persons are being reclaimed from infidelity by the message which has nothing of excitement in it, but which shows the Bible in its true light, as the most commonsense book m tne world. NO JEWISH STATE BEFORE 1915. What I have said respecting 1915 . -i . i i i is that, in mv understanding, mere ends the treading down of the Jews by the gentiles a period of 2,520 years trom the time the crown was taken from Judah's last king of the louse of David Zedekiah, B.C., GOG. Israel's restoration to Palestine as a nation will, biblically, mark the be ginning of the Messianic reign of righteousness, which will last a thous and years. Luke 21-2-1. Mr. Editor, "evangelist," either in entionally or unintentionally, most thoroughly misrepresented my views. I teach from the scriptures that Mes siah, as the king of glory, is not a man and will not be visible to men that His empire will be spiritual, not powerful. Those scriptures which alarm"evan- gelist" and others, as representing the burning up of the world, I under stand to refer to a great time of trouble with which this age will ter minate and the new era be inaugu rated. Those who read my sermons and books could not be deceived by "evangelist." Yet thousands of other people may have been. So I thank you for this opportunity for explanation. Respectfully, C. T. RUSSELL. Brooklyn, N. Y., February 2,1911. Tested and Proven. There is a Heap of Solace in Being Able to Depend Upon a Well Earned Reputation. For montha Henderson readers have seen the constant expression of praise for Doan's Kidney Pills, and read about the cood work they have done ia this locality. Not another remedy ever pro duced such convincing proof of merit. J. E. Fuller. Asylum St.. Oxford, X. C. says: ' I suffered a great deal from backache and there was much pain in my kidneys. In the morning when I got up, I felt weak and lame. After I used Doan's Kidney Pills, my aches and pains disappeared and I felt better in every way. I can recommend this remedy highly and advise its use to anyone af flicted with kidney complaint.'' (State ment given in February. l'.08.) A SFCO.M) EXDORSEMEXT. Mr. Fuller was interviewed on Decem ber '.. liHO. and he said: "I takePoan-s Kidney Pills occasionally when I feel that I need a kidney medicine and they always help me. I know that this remedy acts as represented and I do mt hesitate to confirm my former endorse ment of it." For sale by nl! dealers. Price ."0 cents. Foster-.Milburn Co.. Buffalo. Xew York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name lioan's and take no other. Th? Sel-cUoa of Mr. R. L. Browi as Superintendent of the Oxford Or phan Asylum a Ws; One. The following whieh in taken from the Orphan.-?' Friend of last wesk will be read with interest throughout the State of that noble institution, the Oxford Orphan Asylum. The new superintendent is a worthy Mircessor of that grand old mm r'oi. W. J. Hicks, whoae recent de .thi-jmourned wherever he was known. Mr. Brown has been very sick for more than a wt-ek suffering from a carbuncln on the back of his neck, and his condition at one time was considered quite critical. He went to Richmond for treatment and grew wore when he returned home. Tiie article from the Orphans' Friend follows: Mr. R. L. Brown by action of the Board of Directors that met in Dur ham Dec. 13, 1910, assumed thesup erinteiideney of Oxford Orphan Asy lum Feb. 1, 1911. As assistant sup erintendent, Mr. Brown has served the institution well for two years and now comes into full charge experi enced nnd well qualified for his duties. He has rich assets through a close friendship and intimate association with Col. Hicks. Tiie latter in the last year or two of his administra tion was kept from the more active duties on account of declining health, which placed Mr. Brown where he received pratical knowledge of affair and the benefit of Col. Hicks' wise counsel. His purpose as he himself expressed it is to carry out the plans set forth by Col. Hicks for the institution. No innovations are necessary he thinks and to hold the institution up to the high standard that it now maintains ! will be his policy. Williamsboro Items. Prof. Cullom has a very interesting clas of about 40 young people at tending his Normal which is being hId at Island Creek church. Thi- Normal will close next Saturday with a special programme. We hope to have Mr. J. C. Kittrell of Henderson, to make- an address. Prof. Cullom will be assisted by his two daughters from Raleigh. The farmers of our sf-ction were very busy the past week burning plant beds and preparing for this year's crop. We note with pleasure that Mr. Roger Williamson continues to im prove from a serious case of typhoid fever. Mr. J. B. Evans who has ben suf fering from a carbuncle, whs able to be out last Sunday we are glad to say. Mr. Charlie Evans who has been visiting his father, returned to Char lottesville Friday. Our mail carrier is "seeing stars in day time" over these rough muddy roads. Miss Estelle O'Brien of Stovall, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Y. A. Tlieks. The pupils of Miss Roystei .-. ! i are getting up a Valentine p a iy l.jr February 14th. Mrs. Tippett delightfully enterta hi ed her boys' teacher last Moud iy night. "TWO CHUMS" Will Build You Up and Make You Strong Old people, tired, weak, run down people, delicate children, frail mothers, and those recovering from severe illness, this is a fact. Thousands of genuine tes timonials from reliable peo ple prove this claim, and to further support the fact nnd prove our faith in say, we unhesitatingly de clare that any one who will try a bottle of VINOL will have their money returned without question if they are not satisfied that it did them good. W. W. Parker, Druggist, Henderson. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney A Co", Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business trans actions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the ayetem. Testimonials gent fre. Price. 7oc. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation I Wise Granite Co. J Wise, N. C. Contractors and Builders. We are now located in Hender son and solicit your patronage. t A A AAAAA A AA AAAAA A AAA A AA A AL NOTICE. I HAVE ThTS DAY QUALIFIED AS EXE cutor of the estate of James Smith, late of the County of Vance, before the Clerk of the Superior Court of said County, and this is to notify all persons holdingclaims against said estate to present the same to me on or before the 11th day of January 1912, or this notice -vv ill be pleaded in bar of the re covery thereof. Persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate set tlement. This 11th dav of Januarv 1911. A. C. ZOLLICOFFER, Executor estate James Smith, deceased. ALL EGGS ftfiy LOOK A Li HE, but it is certain that they do not taste alike. We sell fresh eggs, good eggs, eggs that tempt the jaded breakfast appetite. Eggs are nu tritious food. Are you eating as many as you should if you knew they were absolutely fresh every time? Ellington Grocery Co. Phone 205. SHECIAL LOW RATES ATLANTA. TO V V Steam and Pipe fitting of All Kinds. 0 Repairing and Iustalling Machinery and Boilers. I will open up this business at No. 217 Garnett St. where I will be pleased to meet my friends. I will be prepared to do your work on short notice. Those who contemplate having anything done in my line will not make any mistake by giving me there work. I am a practical mechanic and have been in the above business for the past 30 years. My work is hist class and my prices are right. Get my esttmate . on your work before givig it out. Via Seaboard Air Line Railway, Ac count Southern Commercial Con gress, March 8th-ioth, ion. Don't Make Light Facts ! of Account of the Southern Commercia' Congress which meets in Atlanta. ;. . March Sth-lOth, 1111, the Seaboard .'-..a arranged for exceptionally t v r trip rates from all points ) k.- i : Tickets account this inn-tii; will be on sale March .Itli. !'V 7th and for trains scheduled to . ; r Atlanta morning of the 8th. Tk-krts to be limit ed to return until March :20th. The Seaboard Air Line offers excellent double Daily Service to Atlanta from practically ell points on its lines, trains consisting of Pullman Electric Lighted Sleepers. Excellent Dining Car Service and High-Back Seat Vestibule Coaches. For rates, Pullman reservations and full information call on vour local agent or write to. IL SLEARD, Division Passenger Agent, Kaleigh, X. C. H. W. MIXON, Don't try to deceive yourself in re gard to your eyesight as age ap proaches. It is inevitable that your eyesight will fail with your failing faculties, and everyone dislikes to ac knowledge the fact. When your eyes blur and your hend aches when read ing or using your eyes, go right to a good optician and have your sight examined for good glasses fitted to your defects of vision will prolong its usefulness. Jeweler and Optician. bast LaroIinaTeachers Training School, (ireenville, X. C. Spring and Summer Courses for Teachers 191 1. Spring Term-March 14th to May 1'Oth ten weeks. Summer Term June 5th to July I'Oth eight weeks. The aim of this course is better to equip the teachtr for his work. TEXT-BOOKS: Those used in the public schools of the State. For further information address, ROBT. H. WRIGHT, President, Greenville, X. C. m Sti 4 Q & 3 & fit) T-. ..!? c3 sr, r 0 s1ht Shoes a? !Mm Qm Comprising the largest and best variety $ we have ever shown. The styles speaks $ very loudly for themselves as heinp the I r ncwci cum must Aasxny oi tne season. I We Gan Fit any Foot in the Below fiSest Homed A. mm m f Leathers. Sv Vici Kid, - Patent, - Gun Metal, I These in: vju, - v . vdii, i outton, - Lace, Tan - Kid, - Chocolate, - Suede. Regular or Pumps. MS W& Msk Us The Pn$vMm oi A, fife. M ' T 0 R. W. Jones Corn Whiskies. H Clarksville, Virginia. We are Distillers and Make Our Own Whiskies. 1 gallon of Whiskey and jug, $1.65 2 gallons of Whiskey and jug. 3.30 3 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 5.00 4 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 6.60 4 1 -2 gals ofWhiskey and jug, 7.50 1 -2 gallon of Whiskey and jug. 1.10 100 proof. 1 gallon of Whiskey and jug, $2.15 2 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 4.30 3 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 6.50 4 gallons of Whiskey and jug, 8.60 1 gallon 4 years old Whiskey, 2.50 1 gallon 8 years old Whiskey, 3.00 4 ats of 10 vears old Whiskey. 4.00 1.25 1-2 gallon of Whiskey and jug, Send us Cashier's check, Post Office Money Order or Express Money Order for any of the above goods. Bo sure to write your name, Experss Office and Post Office plainly, and then there will not be any mistake. Any Whiskey you may order can be returned if not satisfac tory and we will return your money. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Clarksville, Virginia. cvuse 9 IIS amuel atkins F mu Is proving a great success. The Blue Pen- j cil has marked the prices "Way Down. Never before have we sold such values at Such Low Prices. It will pay you to vis it our store this week. r I The Sale ILasts Puring the Entire Month of February. Yours to Please, SAEflUJIEIL Henderson, N. C.