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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IG, 1911.
Why Spend all You miht pit sick or -i hurt be prepared for if. You miht want to make nn itrvhtiiH nt START .NOW. "Takes money to make !iio:t"v-" you know. You niijrht h; visited by thievi-8 or fire. An account with us pievcnt-. lor-S. You WILL tM:ori!f; independent iiml (nwiiiio all the above by li'tiinjr ih keep your fiaviriH. Try it n whil" anyhow. The Saving Habit is a Mighty Good One to Get into. Come in, talk it over, pjt a 1'hkh Uook and pit acquainted. The Citizens Bank IIh(hIOI1, VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doors, Windows. Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS. 17INI; CANDIES I am agent fr.'CN 1 NA LLY'S FINK CAMdKS Also KOYSTKR'H CAMdKS in boxes rnl hulk. "None likf Nimnally'n." MKLVILLK bOBSKY. i;m;v yoib sibscbi mox f.,r The Lwlns Iloriu; -Jou rnal nii'i . 1 . In-Saturday Kveiiiti:: Post. W. YV. I'Altk'KB, City A-rit. ) wi'.lli Nt 1 for m: r six room j 1 u-c hit 11 iiiiii,m iivt.i'i' ii..- it- 1 . 1 .....iin.i i t r 1 old Kiltn II ihice.) Aply fur further itiformat inn nt tliis oflice I i:vi; vorit kcbscbibtion cob j 'rh,- Laiiien Noire Journal and The Saturilav Kven'mn I'owt at V. W. l'ABKCB'S, City Atcent A f ANTFI) To PO YOIB IiBAYACIv y Nnviiig bought the Pray Busi ness of Mr. J. II. Carter. I arn prepared to irive prompt and eflieient ucrviee. Pat ronage Holieited. Phone Briiirir board ing house, or J. It. Carter's stables. MBS. L. C. I'.UACC. ( tABBACF. I'LANTS-All the Lent J varieties of early cabbage plants for nale. drown out doors, (in South Cnrolina) aeeliinnted and ready to start off to growing. A. J- CIIKF.K. AY fOOll l'Olt S A 1 .1- 1 irv nnk ami pine wooil flit In wtove letigui. N. i'.FACOil, Henderson. . C. s F.A ISLAND COTTON NLF.n Mer chant u. write for car prices of Sea Inland Cotton Seed. C. O. HALL. I'.roker, B.'th-igh, N. C There are some things in life wort h living for beside self. Mrs. Jennie Watkins of Durham, came over to Henderson Saturday lo viil relatives and friends return ing home Monday. A. C. olliroffer ad vert ises a farm of about 7li acres, located two miles of Henderson for sale. Land adapted 1 o t he e vi wth of any crops raised in t his sect ii m. "The Climax" a pres nted by a sm ill company but it is said to be one of the best attractions on the road this season. At the Orand Theatre Saturday night. deorge A. Harrell and Ui.abeth M. Harrell give notice of having qualified as executors of the estateof Mrs. Kosa V . Harrell, deceased. Per sons interested will take notice and be governed accordingly. 'Kvery day will be Sunday by and by," the song goes, but, every day and Sunday dresses Mrs. Missillier ad vert ises. ( iinghams and silks and a beautiful line of embroideries and laces, all new and up-t o-date designs. A C. ollicoh" r, trustee advt rsises to sell certain valuatile real estate belonging to the estate of the late W. W. Ken vis, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, on Mon day, March '20th. For further in formation see notices published else where, j Note change in advertisement of the fit izens Hank t his week. It tells you how to be prepared for the pro- j verbial "rainy day." how to escape thieves and robbers and how not to be a victim of loss in case of fire. Consult the formula, take the pre scription offered and many of your financial "ills" will be relieved. Mr. L. D. Stainback left for Haiti more Tuesday to meet his trade and will be there until the tirst of April. Mr. Stainback is one of the most popular and successful salesmen representing one of the largest and most repntu'de wholesale clothing manufacturing concerns. Schloss Hrothers A. Co.. and his trade covers a large territory. A picture card from Clarence Foe dated Jan. 1 t'th. informs us that he had reached Agra, India, on his Jiound the World trip. The card allows a picture of the Taj Mahal, which the writer describes as the most exquisite building on earth, expressing the wish that we could have been with him the night before to see it bv the light of the Indian full moon the sight of a life time, he says. Henderson was represented at Halifax iu the interesting Masonic exercises of unveiling the tablet, to the memory of Joseph Montfort, Provincial (irand Master of Masons ol America, on Monday by Prof. J.T. Ahh rman. Messrs. J. it. Owen, J. W. Heck. D. W. Hardee and Capt. J. S. Pov thivss. It was a great occasion and was attended by many distin guihed Masons from different sec tfons of North Carolina and else where. -. . Tortured for 15 Years By u rur'-.l. f in- .tomarh trnuMe that haf tW ihx-tors. ami r.-sUtfil all remedies he trieii. .lull 11 W. Mu.l.Ws. of Mo.UersvilW. Mich., nifinwl doom.-.! Heha.t to wll liis farm ami rive up work. His n'isr'i,!.,rs ai.l. "tie ran't hv much longer.' Whatever 1 atf distressed me." lie wjote. "till I tried KUi-n-i.- Patters, which wr.rked such won 'Its f,,r ItlP t;lut j oln ,low ;U ti,inps "".ii ; take fur years. Its surely p rand i tin. . fur stomach trouble.1' .lust as nood I'T tin- liver nml kidnevs Kverv bottle cuavant,.,.,. ( Inly .r)0c at' Melville Porsev' Beauty of Color Painting. Nice shades of color like L. A: M. I uxedo Yellow or Silver Gray, and solid brim of i i,i ve or Shaker Green, both orna ment and wear, when used by adding of a call. .n of Oil to each gallon of the .... M- colirs as produced at Factorv. then the paint costs only about 1.00 per gal on becausethe user himself makes about half the paint used, and reduces cost by adding the Oil. Thirty-five years use in N. A. & S. A. Mir pales agent isMelville Doreey. Your Earnings ! of N. C. Henderson. Personal. Mr. V. II. 1'nrnell, district p;i.s.sen u r atrcnt of the Southern Railway in this territory, headquarters in Kahili, was a ''pop cali;r" at this office Friday. Just dropped in to hhuke hands and reienv assurances of friendly regard while here looking; after t he pass"iirr business handled by Ap-nt IM Uoyster. Always a pleasure to meet "so clever and pjod looking a young man" ami the re gret is that Mr. Parried does not come to Henderson offeixr. Champion Hawk Catcher. The dor. 11 Lkat backs Mr. John T. Whi White who lives near Hear I'ond. as t he chamoion hawk catcher of Vance county. With an ordinary steel trap he ca ujdit 1 S ha wks and '2 owls in 1 S ux-ki. The trap was not set more than one fourth the time Mr. White says or more scalps might have been added to his credit. The trap, a small au'air costing only 20 cents, purchased of Allen-Mos Hardware Company, was set on the top of a pole placed out in the fi-dd and when his hawkship "lighted" there he stay ed with it. Attraction Extraordinary. From all accounts Henderson has had nothing finer than "The Cow and the Moon," which comes to the j drain! Theatre February 2.'rd. Charles A. Sellon, the comedian, is ; scoring one of the biggest hits of his j career. Mr. Sellon has never appear ed before a Henderson audience, but he is well remembered in other places where "The Cat and the Fiddle" was booked for his portrayal of "Happy," j in which he made an en viable roputa I ion as a character comedian. In his ! new spectacular musical extravu iganza fun is the dominat intr factor. and tns many satires on topical af fairs are, indeed, mirth-provoking. Especially may be mentioned the one on our national pastime, baseball. Mr. Sellon, as the famous "Ty Cobb," and his antics while at the bat and ia the field, are the very es sence of good, clean comedy, says an ; exchange. There are sixteen gorgeous scenes, twelve song hits and a large cast and chorus of forty in ''The Cow and the Moon." Seats go on sale next Saturday at Kerner-McNair's pharmacy. - - - Son of Mr. A. W. Martenstein Acts the Hero. The following item which is taken from the Richmond News Leader of Saturday, will be read with local in terest. Mr. Martenstein, senior, is the brother-in-law of Mrs. C. A. Lewis and the sweet singer who has so often delighted Henderson audiences, and the hero of the story has himself visited in Henderson and has a num ber of acquaintances here. The account follows: Austin W. Martenstein, Jr., of (ill! Miller avenue. Harton Heights, saved the life of Will iani I'avlor. the little son of Mrs. Neta I'.rogdon Taylor, of (iinter l'ark, this afternoon after the child's clothes hail caught lice as a result of the t explosion of a gasoline can. The little boy. with Rosher Miller, son of Dr. R. W. Miller, former mayor of 1 '.art on Heights, had gone into the yard of his grandmother, Mrs. Celeste Tavlor, of North avenue. His little brother, I rancis Inylor, accompanied them In some way the hoys put fire to the can. and there was a sudden explosion William Tavlor's clothes caught fire and while his companions ran for aid. Mr. Martenstein happened to he passing t no nome. Mr. Martenstein rushed to the child and soon extinguished the tlames. The little laiy. who u aliout years old, was badly burned about the legs. The accident caused great excitement in the neighborhood, and scores of ner sons rushed to the scene after learning of the child's narrow escape from death. As waj to have been expected, the few who would be hurt by the agree ment with Canada are going to head quarters with thtir protect while the thousands who would be benefit ed are having practically nothing to saw lurham Herald. FALLING HAIR. Can Easily be Stopped; Also Dan druff and Itching Scalps. If l'arsian Sage doesn't stop falling hair, itching scalp, and eradicate dandruff in two weeks. W. Y. Par ker stands ready to refund your money without argument or red type of any kind. l'arsian S.ige will put a fascint ! ing radiance into any woman's hair j in a few days. j Susane Calahan, of Hotel Royal, I Rucyrus, Ohio, on March 25, lOlO: I wrote: "Mother's hair began to come out very badly and her scalp was so sore it was very hard to do anything for it. l'arsian Sage proved a GRAND SUCCESS every way. Her hair stopped coming out, damlruff all disappeared, soreness all left the scalp and her hair is coming in again very nicely." Large bottle 50 cents AY.V. Parker's. NOTICE. TK HAVE Til IS DAY QUALIFIED AS Harrell. late of the County of Vance. tefore the ('Urk of the Superior Court of said County, and this i o notify all person holding claims against said est ate to present the same to us on or before the 13th day of February. or tips notice wiil b plead ed in bar of the recovery thereof. lVrsoas indebted to said estate ore requested to make immediate settlement. This lHth dav of February. (JF.OItiiE A. HAKKELL. ELIZABETH M. HAUKELL. Executors estate of Rosa F Harrell. deceased. DR. HENRY M. SHAW. Prominent and Well Known Citizen of Eastern North Carolina, Dies Suddenly on a Boat Soon After Leavinz Portsmouth Last Thursday Night. I)r. H. M. Shaw, of Shawboro, N. C. died suddenly about nine o'clock laet night of apoplexy, while bound from this city aboard a Grant line steamer for Knott's Island, N. C. lie was thefatber-in-Iaw of Mayor J. Davis Reed. Nr. Shaw, who has Wen practicing medicine on Knott's Island, and Mrs. Shaw were in the city yesterday the puenta of the Mayor and their daughter, Mrs. Iteed. The doctor was apparently in the best of health when he and hia wife left here last night for the return trip, boarding the steamer at the Sea hoard Air Line Railway pier. Wbpn the boat was about seven miles from the city heading for the Chespeake and Albemarle canal, Dr. Shaw was seized with a stroke of apoplexy and died almost immediately. lie was preparing to retire when he was stricken and was kneeling in prayer in his stateroom. The steamer put about and hurried to dilmerton, where it tied np and Dr. Phillips was called aboard. lie pro nounced death due to apoplexy and paralysis of the heart. The steamer then terturned to the city and Funeral Directors Flynn and O'Con nor brought the body ashore at 11:30 o clock. Dr. Shaw was '$ years old and was the sou of Colonel 11. M. Shaw, who was killed during an engagement iu which he participated in the Civil war as an officer of the Confederate army. 1 be above is taken from the l'orte- mouth Department of the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot of the 10th, and will be read with regret by those who knew Dr. Shaw. He was the father of Mrs. Sidney Stevenson of Hender son, and brother of the late Capt. W. 1. Shaw. He had visited here on different occasions and hadanumber of friends and acquaintances among our people. J he body was taken to Shawboro, the borne of the deceased, for burial the funeral occurring at 11 o'clock Saturday morning. Jurors For February Court. Following is the list of iurors drawn for February term of court to begin next Monday, 20th. The jurors were drawn at the January meeting of the county commissioners but the list was not published at the time : FIRST WEEK. W. T. Duke, Ed Hines, A. G. Dan iel, .1. . liu ock. P. L. Kenn. . . II. Mundy, J. M. Stainback, J. S. Nor wood, J. W. Kenn. W. S. Dickerson. Walter H. Edwards, I. ;. Rowland, J. II. Hrodie. John W. Finch, W. W. Currin, J. E. Hurroughs, Jr., John A. Norwood. R. R. Holmes, L. J. Corbitt, J. Ed Young, P. T. Jones, C, H. Ross. W. X. Strickland. J. L. Kelly, John T. Stainback, Willie Loyd, E. J. Wells. H. A. Woodlief. J. S. Harwell. E. E. Strickland, fi. W. Dunklev. Lewis Clavton. J. J. toss, E. W. Horton, W. J. Wade. C. H. Hunt, SECOND WEEK. John (J. Alston, (). S. Falkner, M. . Dickerson, J. A. (Fill, J. W. Hicks, S. (J. Hughes, R. Ci. Kelly, A. G. Cheatham, James R. Rirraan. A. R. Carry II. M. Ellington, H. F. Ilight. John T. Crocker, H. G. Finch, J. II. Mathews, Eugene Durham, S. R. Par- ham, J. F. Renn. -4 - - Remember The Name I' uley s Money and Tar for nil coughs and" colds, for croup, bronchitis, hoarseness and lor racking lasjrijipe coughs. So opiates. IlcfiiHe substitutes. Sold by all druggists. !. ! oley kidney Pills are a reliable remedy lor backache, rheumatism and urinary ir reul irities. Th"y are tonic in action, quick in results and and afford a prompt relief from all kidney disorders. Sold by all drug ttisis. "The Cow and the Moon." When Charles A. Sellon comes to the Grand Theatre in the brand new musical extravaganza, "TheCowand the Moon." which is a companion plav to '"The Cat and the Fiddle," he will bring an attrac tion that is brimful of novelties, not only in the extravaganza field, scenic- cally and in cast, hut musically as well Hint well known writer of extrav agant, 1 arieton i,ee Colby, lias pro vided the music for this new production, and it is proving by far the most popu lar that this young man has as yet put forth. The principal numbers include the following: "Uridal Hells," a teasing waltz movement, "Town Hall Tonight," a satirical affair, and a duet number, "If They All Are as Nice as You," which is a big hit. A new idea in a "Rag," one of those rap a tap affairs called "They All book Alike to Mabel," is said to lie one that gets everybody moving. There are several others that border from light opera to allegorical. The topical numbers are also taken care of ia "The Work is Too Hard For Me," a sextette number in which Mr. Sellon and six of the girls are causing quite a fu rore. "In Seville," a Spanish number, pleases those of romantic nature, and to keep up the large variety there is a Chinese number "Ching A Ling A Foo" and one of those conversation eong and dances "Just the Same Old Story" and "The Haughty Hottentots," another "Rag" that is proving a big seller in the music stories. Resides this there are several inciden tal numbers and all seem to be hitting the public fancy. Mr. Sellon has a big singing crorus in his support this season and many of the brightest lights in musical comedy, in cluding Florence Willis. Jene Crother, Hazel llice, Clarence Sterling, Jack Rlair and others. The scenic equipment is said to be superb. FOR AGED PEOPLE. 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Price 25c. and 10c. Sold onlv at our-store The Rexall Store. Y. W. Parker. "THE CLIMAX" WAS GOOD. Florence Weber and tier Company Delighted Theatre Goers in Raleish Mus'c. flental Suzfcestlon, Lve and Devotion Play Their Varied Parts. The News and Observer of Sunday eays this of "The Climax," which comes to the Grand Theatre next Saturday evening, Feb. 18th : Florence eber, "Adelina" in "lne Climax" with matinee and night per formances Saturday at the Grand Thea tre delighted a large patronage. The play has enough pathos with an abun dance of humor and though her support is not quit up to her company of earlier in the season, etui the cast made good really delighted both audiences. Miss Weber's rendition of "Even Song" and Youth's Anneal to Age" in the first act were greatly appreciated and when she Bang "The Song of the Soul" ehe fully satisfied her hearers. The story is a eimple one, excellently presented. Luigi Golfant, the music teacher; Pietro, his eon and Adelina Von Hagen, the pupil, live together in a -New lork flat. Luigi is training Adelina a voice. 1'ietro is an impetuous, taientea vouth who lives on dreams and macaroni. Dr. John Raymond is a friend of Adelina. n operation becomes necessary on Ade- lina's throat, Dr. Raymond who loves her, instills into her such a distrust in the outcome of the operation that when she is at last allowed to make an at tempt to singthroughlack of confidence, ehe has lost control of her voice. -Shfc sees the dreams of a life vanish in a mo ment. Liugi is striken with grief. Pietro, one of whose pet dreams is a love for dehna, rushes heartbroken from the room. Adelina is on tne verge 01 marry ing the doctor when ehe finds that her voice has come hack to her. The doctor confesses to her, and she sends him away. Rut Luigi persuades her that love after nil is best, and the curtain goes down on the singing Pietro's song to her, "The Song of the Soul, and somehow we seem to know the doctor will come back. The doctor's part does not allow of his winning the sympathy of the audience. He is practical, almost pro vincial while the teacher and his eon and Adelina, three votaries of a voice, are impractical dreamers. How to cure a cold is a miestiou in which manv are interested just now. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy has won its great repu tation and immense sale bv its remarkable cure of colds. It can always be depended upon. I or sale by all dealers. But never follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar, which checks the cough and expels the cold. M. Stockwell. Hannibal, Mo , says: "It beats all the remedies I ever used. I con tracted a had cold and couarli and was threatened with pneum ouia. One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar completely cured me." No opiates, just a reliable household medicine. old by all druggists. NOTICE. Sale of Valuable Real Estate. TV VIRTUE OF POWER CONFERRED JU by a trust deed executed to me by W W. Reavis on the 19th day of December, 11107, which deed is duly registered in Vance ( ounty, in Book ,(8, page oSS, and upon ap plication and request of the parties interest ed and holding the debt secured I shall, on Monday, March 20th, 1911, Sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Court Mouse door in Hender son, X. ('., the following real estate, to-wit: (1.) One lot or parcel of land situate in the town of Henderson, Vance county, J. ( bounded as follows; Benin at a stake on Southeast corner of Wyche AUy and Alley's Alleys and run thence in a northwesterly direction along Alley's Alley to Chestnut street: thence westerly along Chestnut street to Mrs. Alice Powell s line; ttience alougMrs. Alice Powell's line and the lines of Owen Davis, Robert Lassiter, estate of Mai. J. F. Harris, Samuel Watkins and Parham l?ros. Company according to the courses and dis tances of said lines to Wyche Alley; thence easterly along Wyche Alley to beginning. It being the lot whereon the store houses, stables, and several tenement houses are lo cated; said lot being and comprising all of the land with improvements thereon in the block between Wyche Allev, Alley a Alley, Chestnut street and Rreckenridge street be longing to the late W. W. Reavis. (1.) One lot of land in Henderson, bound ed as follows: Begin at a stake Miasillier's corner on Orange street and run thence east 2'2HVj feet to a stake on Itausom street: thence north along Ransom street 100 feet to a stake; thence west 221 feet to a stake in Orange street: thence along Orange street r.'5a W. 100 feet to the beginning. It being the lot bought by . . Reavis from 1. C. Rowland and wife by deed dated July 18th, ISSN, registered in ance county in Book o, page liTN. (') ) One tract'or parcel of land situate in Vance County, N. C, and bounded ou the north bv the lands of J. W. Beck; on the east by Ross Mill road: on the south by the lands of Mrs. E. (!. Brodie; and on the west by the lands formerly belonging to estate of .1. H. Dunn; containing 09 . acres, more or less. It being the land bought by the late . . Reavis from Madison Hawkins and others by deed dated August 24, 18IH9, and at ot her times. All of the above lands are valuable and well located, and opportunities for splendid investments are now oflered. Terms of sale cash. Place of sale, Court House door, Hender son. .. t . Date of sale Monday, the 20th day of March. 1911. This 11th day of February, 1911 . A. C. Z0LLICOFFER, Trustee. Henderson. X. C. MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY A Safe, Sure and Reliable Cure for Ec zema, Scrofula, Old Sores, and all Troubles Resulting from Im pure, Impoverished or Foisoned Blood. 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For sal bv druegists or supplied direct on receipt of price, f 1.0O per Bottle; 6 Bottles for fo. 00: 1 dozen by express prepaid for f 10.00, by MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY CO. KITTRELL, N. C. INDOOR CIRCUS. Tw o Performances to be Given by the Celebrated Casteilo Family Previous to Leaving for Their Season's En gagementMonday and Tuesday, Feb. 27th and 28th, the Dates. It will be interesting news to learn that the celebrated Casteilo Family (Loughlins) will give an Indoor Cir cus at the Grand Theatre Monday and Tuesday nights, February 27th and 28th. Our people know what to expect in a performance of this kind and it is not too much to say that the offering this season will surpass anything that has heretofore been presented. There will be more per formers and a number of new acts have been introduced since the Cas tellos were seen here last. Perhaps we cannot do better than go to the files of the Gold Leaf and repeat what was said of the Indoor Circus as given by the Casteilo Family on a previous occasion : It was high class in every respect the superb work of finished artists the acme of skill, perfection and grace in its line. The riding was brilliant. Mrs. Casteilo sustained herreputation as a graceful and accomplished artist, as did Messrs. David and Fred Casteilo. , Whether working singly or double iu their English bounding jockey act they are great. Miss Edith had not been seen here before, and with Fred, in their beautiful carrying act. she gave her friends a plea-ing surprise. Their riding was a good second to that of Mrs. Cas teilo and David, Jr., seen here two years ago, and they were conceded to he wor thy successors to David, senior, and Mrs. Casteilo -and finer thau these were never in the business. Mile. Bessie Casteilo (Mrs. Fred Lough - lin) in mid-air flights on the single trapeze and flying rings, made her ap pearance before a Henderson audience for the first time also, winning applause and admiration by her skill and daring. cuaries Casteilo, in mid-air flights- trapeze, flying rings and loon-walking concluding with break-away finish and his dare-devil slide from front ceiling of the theatre to rear of the stage, while hanging head down supported by one foot, took the audience by storm. Mr. David Casteilo. Sr.. made good in the role of clown. He gave his friends an agreeable surprise, in fact. They knew that time was when he was "one of the finest" as rider, acrobat, tumbler and allround show man, but had not sized him up as fun maker and mirth provoker as they had occasion to do last week. Taken altogether it was a good show, thoroughly enjoyed and unstintedly praised by those who saw it. PILES CURED. I)R A. UP HAM'S ELECTUARY will CCRE he piles, no matter how long you have suf-sred.- It will eradicate the disease from the ystem FOREVER. SATISFACTION, or your money BALK. At Thomas Brothers', Henderson, N. C. al BOARDERS WANTED Having taken Mr. W. V. Parker's residence on Chestnut street, I can accomodate a limited number of boarders, table and rooms. MRS. L. C. BRAGG. Real Estate For Sale. I will sell 8 houses and one lot located near the Henderson Cotton Mills. Right price for cash buyer. Call or write, J. SMOLENSKY. 1 WHITE SALE ! I 1 en Thousand Yards of New Laces and Em broideries. Special Values, at 5, 10, 15 & Beautiful White Good Thomas & Newcomb. Ji A itt if i iti iti i TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTttTTTTTTTTT NOTICE. lKTI E OF AI'THOIUTY GIVEN me as Exe.-utor 1 (-hall on Saturday Feb. i8th, sell at public auction to the Iiichcvt bidder for each, at the court houne door in the town of Henderson. .V ".. one certain lot or parcel of bind fituate on William ftre t in the town of Henderson. N. ('.. adjoining; th" land of W. H Edwards. John I. Kowland and H iti- Herndon, fronting; about '.) feet on William Btreet and running back eame width about 14. feet. It leinir the lot with two email hoiifefl thereon where James Smith resided at time of hi.s death. I Khali at same time and place e',I the ir- onal property belonging to Eotat of taid James Smith. Thin I 5th JaiiuarT 1 hi 1 . A. . zollu offei:, Executor estate of J amen Smith, dce&ed. Trustees Sale of Land UNDER AND IJY YIP.TFE OF THE powers conferred ojon me bj a deed in trnst executed bv V. J. Jnd I and wife B- E. Judd and other "on the 1't dar of October 190 and recorded in l.ook 3" on pas;e 4-'.'l. Vance Hetiftrar ofik-e. default Laving be made I ehall n-l! for cah at the court bouse 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 de-eaa-d under will of Dr. V. J. Jud l on Fair Ground street in the town of Ilea deron. Lying on West side of said street adjoining Mrs. 11. J. Marston and others. Same beine place at which Dr. W. J. Judd resided at the time of his death. Thia January 1Mb. 1911. ANDREW J. HARRIS. Trustee. V V -V5T 3X VI "v 20c. S. mlm FINE MUSICAL COMEDY. "The Cow snd the noon" One of the Cleverest and Most Interesting Musical Comedies of the Day At the Grand Theatre Thursday Feb. 33rd. The Jackson, Miss.. Daily CHrion Idger of January 1,'th, navs this of "The Cow and the Moon." the clever musical comedy which will be seen nt the Grand Theatre February 23nl, with the inimitable comedian, Charles A. Sellon, leading fun-maker: The new and tuneful musical ex travaganza, "The Cow and the Moon." is really on? of the cleverest, as well as one of the most interesting productions of the day, standing in the front rank of tuneful fantasies. From a scenic view, "The Cow and the Moon" surpasses anything of the season, the dissolving and transforma tion scenes being especially fine.theeffect superb. The well known comedian, ( has. A. Sellon. furnishes most of the fun. and that of the best variety, new bright and fresh, giving the audience opportunity to laugh every time he is on the stage, and that is much of the time, for "Happy" has much to do as "A Child of Fortune." The next most attractive character was "Innocence." by the diminutive soubrette, Hazel Lice, who wonasmuch applause as the leading comedian. All of the numerous narts were well played, and the audience thoroughly en joyed every scene of the verv elaborate production, which is fully the equal o its companion piece. "The Cat and the Fiddle." A comical story of a maid, who has never seen a man and of the resulting trials that follow her sud.len introduc tion to the stronger sex: a ludicrous vein of romance, woven deftlv in. together with interruptions by manv characters w hose surprising antics both hinder and aid the marvelous trip to the Moon furnish a connected story that clearly define the wonderful scenic transforma tions and the tuneful numbers interpola t ed by an originally and handsomely gowned hew of beautiful maidens. Among the many scenes and effects Mr. Sellon introduces two new startlers, the interior of a I'ullmnn Palace Sleep ing car, with the entire company in transit across the continent to the land of the Moon. Another thriller is the approaching locomotive, commencing w ith a tiny speck of light in the distance and gradually approaching, little by little, until the huge hulk of a giant engine appears and stops at the foot lights, the grinding of the wheels and the brakes, hissing of the steam and the changing of the bell being realistic. La Grippe Coughs. Ntrain and weaken the svstem and if not , i. 1 1 , - . cnei-Keu mav develop into pneumonia. .o danger of this when Foley 'm If onev and Tar is taken proinptly. It is a reliable family medicine tor nil coughs and colds, and acts quickly ami effectively in cases of croup. Re fuse substitutes. Sold by all druggists. Inflammatory Rheumatism Imme diately Relieved. Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. Jnd., savs "My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism ia every muscle and joint: Her outlennu was terrible and her bod v mid face were swollen almost beyond recognition: had been in bed for six weeks and had eight ph vsieians. but received no hem-tit until she tried I)U. HKT- CHON'S KFL1KF FOlt RHFCMATISM. It gave immediate relief and she was able to walk about in three davs. I am sure it saved her life." Sold by V. W.Parker, drug gist se 1 "THE LADIES' STORE.' Every Day AND Sunday Dresses. Ginghams and Silks. SEE OUR Embroderies and Laces All New and Up-To-Date Designs MRS. MISSIIXIER. NOTICE IHAVK TOP. SALE A N I ' K LITTLE farm lorn ted aliout two inil'-f from tli' town of HeudciHOi), N. (.'.. routaiiiiiiir about 12 flPP'H. Thin farm ih adapted to 1 tie irrowtli '. any crops rained in this (section, and m con venient to market, beinjj within HO iiiiriuten drive from court hou-. For further information applv to. A. C. ZOLLH'OFFLlt. IlenderHon. N. ('. NOTICE. Sale of Valuable Town Property. -rY VIRTFE OF POWER CONFERRED bv a deed of trust executed to me by W W. Reavis on the 1'tth dav of December. Ixss which deed is dtilv rei:mt-ered in Vance count v. in I'.ook 1, p;it:e lT'i.and upon ap plication and at request of parties interest ed and holding debt secured. I shall ou Monday, March 20th, 1911, sell at public auction to the highest bid'l-r h nt tlie court hoiu.e door 111 Hender son. N. ".. tin- following real estate to-wif That lot of land lying on Garnett street, in Henderson. N. ('.. adioinins; the lots of ji . Ilorwev. the lot formerly Ix-loritrinjr to-I.T. Cheatham, and Wvciie All. v. said lot front- inL' :!.' f-ef on Garnet t reet. niriijinir back same width feet to Wvche Alley. This iTooertv is located in the centre of the business part of the town of Henderson, and this sale pre-tents an opportunity lor good investment. Terms of s.'ile cash. Time of sale. Mon lav. the 20th dav of March. 1 SMI. Place of sale. Court Hodse door. Hender son. N . ('. This 11th dav of Fe! ni trv. l:ll. A. C. ZiJLEI' OFFER. Trust-". NOTICE. On February 23.1011. I will f-U to the hitrheet bidder near the home uf Chan. II. Tipiett four milea eouth-ast of r.uilwck. N. (.'.. and uouth-wed of Townesville N. C. the following proper tv to viz: One Peerless engine and boiler 1 " bore power made bj Geiier Manufacturing Co.. aleo one I jdz Lot: Mill with caw belt and all attachment ccmplet;, one lis'CftrtmnJtljT Watt 1'low Co.. one two horse wagon, alo one new iiriist Mill complete, lot of lumber. This outfit is just about new. Terms of ea'e eay. Tbw property is sold to satisfy a deed of trust 1 hold'on paid property, record ed in Book G'J, page .i4 (Jranville county, book4';. page 400 Vance county. Time of eale 11 o'clock a. m. CUAS. G. liOYSTEU. Thi Jan. 2i, 1911. PC it - - as mm m ra m mm ' j eft- - -jS A Southern colored servant one.? described his recently deceased master, who was of indolent, procrastinating disposition, by saying. "lie wis a-gwine, and n-gwine, and a-gwine, and he died a-gwine." A good many peo ple who are energetic and forehanded 'enough otherwise are always "A-gwine to put their money in The First National Hank but they too often die A-gwine'." Start the New Year right by depositing your money in The First National Bank, Henderson, N. C. c I have employed a competent now prepared to do all kinds of BCJ0 a n On short notice and in first-class manner. Prices as reasonable as good work and material will jus tify. Repair work a specialty. Ill work guaranteed. Prompt and courteous attention to all business. tfZ-sWork Solicited Upon Merit. Next Door to Henderson Grocery Co. f. c c c February, 16th, 1911, I t 1TY GROCERY CO Ois Best "Lemon Cling" Peaches, AT REDUCED PRICES. The City Grocery PHONE 45. Agents for Chase 6c Sanborn's Coffee and A Good Comfortable Bed ! Mr 13 "IT :-; JuU COOKI.MJ STOVKS mi l KA.VJKS, Post articles for the money regard leu Henderson Furnitvire Company R. R.SATTEFL c c c A Hint IS SUFFICIENT. Then take this as the hint and insure with the Henderson Loan cc Real Estate Co., wc write insur ance of all kinds, Fire. Life, Tornado, Health, Acci dent, Liability and Live Stock. We want your business. Hepderson Loan &Real Estate Co. c c c PV7.J0SES Phone 139. f..T&V-'rt Vrt-ST. :T. ''. 'S ' lllftlfl '., V. 'j. .' f.vy, -',,. 'Ji VAi ISF fine Old Whiskeys Mail Orders Promptly Filled rjU Goods Guaranteed Uttdtr the National Punt Food r- uw We are Distillers. Our W.:kej are. a.-! proper! v Iirect lo con-urner V tur g'l and quickerthipixteLits. all express charges and Lip in Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 Veers Old) . Old It. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Vears Old Old K. VV. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Vears Old; Corn Wtmkey .... one-half gallon $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 Oallon? . Corn Whiskey, 3 Gallon . Corn Whiskey, 4 (ialtons, Old Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) Kentucky Bell S Years Old) Apple Brandy '3 Vears Old) Rose Vailey Rye (4 quarts) Write for complete price lit on all grrades of W hiikeys, Brandies, T:ns, I-t '. liemit money or expretsa order. Send us a trial order. You ::U'. t the q MiiHty. CLARKSVILLE WHISKEY HOUSE . rrmmmmmwmmmmmmWmmwr' mmwmmmmmmmmmmmm 3 : 1 3 man and FLUMBEMG, 1 9 o Co. T cas. Is not onlv a luxury but a necessity, wln ri' a imtsoii f pi ii'ls ji ibinl of Iii natural lif. The only ililliculty with our bell unl Ix-cMin in that you want to stay thcro all tin time. ( ur handnoiuo charnlier suite", liiffon iers.ilresHin tahh'H, warlrolx-w, brunt beds, etc., we arn Hi-Hintf at nueli j.rii i'H that mi ono nocl ho wit hout oiio. Wo carry everything in Furniture ami House Furnishings. Sale a"eiifv for SCHI'II'Z Piano mU'.'S IK M ISLAM lil,.n,K . a f A fel'li. I of name or cost. WHITE. Manager. To The Wise Al 15. Wester, fljcr. In. Dept. ship We prepay plain paeka Vzr Oaixo. ; $3.50 . 2.75 . 2.50 Vears Old, . $4.S0 $6.50 $8.50 4.00 2.75 500 3.00 4.j0 j 3