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HENBEKSON GOLD LEAF, HENDEltSON.lN. C, THURSDAY, APRIL G, 1911.
HENDERSON GOLD LEAF ESTABLISHED 1881. GOLD LEAF PUBLISHING COMPANY, Owner and Publisher. P. T. Way. Editor and Manager. The -Jitor will not be held rwr.onwl.le for views ex prenwrd by coi respondent i nml ron trihutr.ru Entered nt the 1'oHtoftVe nt Henderson, N. I'., iih fe-ond i-Iiikb matter. Subscription Price: Pr Unr ' Six MonthH ' PiiVftl.le Alwd.vH in Adrnn.e. TIIITKSDAY, APRIL 0. 1f11. Th: Sixty-Swoml ConjrreHH con v'iifl iti xtraonliiiiiry tension Tues day nt noon. For thu first limn in alioiit nixte'U years the Democrats wen; al.le to organize the Houne of IlcjircHWitatives and take the reins of Korernme nt in that branch of the National legislature. Hon. Champ ("lurk was electel npeaker aud took the chair amid deafening ajiplaUHe. Tim S'iiate i.s wtill nominally Hefiub-li-an. What the hphsiou will bring forth in the way of legislation is a matter of Hpeculation, but it will doubtlfHs prove to be one of the mobt intereMting HeHwioiiH in yearn. The Democrats feel that it i.s square ly up to them to "make good" with the people, and it is well that they nee it that way. The country has lost one of its most distinguished and useful citizens and put. lie officials in the death of Dr. Seaman A. Knapp, the widely known ex pert of the National Department of Agriculture. He had made a great many valuable investigations in his line of work in different parts of the world, and his services have leen of untold benefit to the farmers of the United States, and especially to thoso of the South. The country can ill afford to lose such men as Dr. Knapp, and his place, made vacant by bin death, will le hard to fill. . Haleigh waged a. vigorous and sue ivssful campaign in behalf of her new V. M. ('. A. building and won out in u walk. She started out to raise (;.',()(() for this purpose and thought that she had set her stakes high at that. Hut the campaign wound up Saturday night with a total sub scription of overf 7.,00(, thus ex ceeding her aim by more than $10, 000. (lood for the Capital City of the State. To the newspapers of the city is due much of the credit for t his splendid success. . . Ignite a number of new subscribers have been added to the Cold leaf's mailing list during the past week. Several of them have come through the mails, along with cheering words of praise and commendation for the clean, newsy taper we are giving the people of Henderson anil Vance county. Some have voluntarily dropped in at the office and left their subscripts ns. Others have been picked up here and there. This is all very encouraging indeed. Let the good work go right along. While we are glad to give assur ance of the fact that t here is nothing at all alarming about his present condition, nevertheless his many friends throughout the State and elsewhere will le pained to learn that Mr. Thud K. Manning has lieen con fined to his room for several da vs. But it is fondly hoped that he may soon regain his strength and be able to get out again. Please noti.e the date on your laliel this week, and if you find your subscription in arrears we shall Ik? very glad indeed to hear from you at once. It takes money to produce a first class newspaper, and the Gold Leaf will therefore have to run 011 the cush basis. It is a good practice to keep your subscription paid in ad vance. Some fellow with a hit of idie curi osity in his makeup has leen won dering what Hendersonlwomau will be first to appear on the streets of the city, wearing one of those harem skirts. It is suggested that who ever she may U, if 1? she will, she should at once lie awarded one of Mr. Carnegie's hero medals. President Diaz, of Mexico, has re modeled his cabinet and expects this to pacify the insurrectos. Uut what the latter are contending for is for Diaz himself to get down and out, and in all probability this alone will put an end to the turmoil in the so called republic just to the south of us. The papers are already liegiuning to remind the voters that if they fail to pay their poll tax by May 1st, they cannot vote in the election this year. This is a urv timely remind er and should be heeded bv every voter who has not already secured his poll tax receipt from the sheriff. One of our exchanges says that the president of Mexico pronounces bis name "Dee-ass," not "Die-as." as some have supposed. Our con temporary further states that the insurrectos make the first part "jack" instead of "dee." A cyclone swept over Pennsylvania a few days ago, doing great dam age. But it didn't scare those Penn ey lvania Republicans half so bad as the election did last November. Master Marshall Cooper Entertain. Mauter Marshall Cooper, the ten year old son of Mr. jum! Mrs. J. I. Cooper, HHHiiited by his brother, Maater Henry Coor, gave bin young friends a migbty good time Friday afternoon, March 21, at bin tenth birthday party. For a while out-of-door games were played, then the merry makers entered the dining room and stood around a long table, arranged for thirty-eight, and prettily decorated with a pyramid of fruit at each end and a large white birthday cake on a pink center piece surmounted by ton pink candles in the center. At each place there was a pretty sou venir, and these and the cream and cake proved to be most interesting to the little ladies and gentlemen. They were: Misses Marv Taylor, Mar tha Embrick, Mary Hunt. Martha Ever ett, Sylbert Pendleton, Frances Swain, Miriam Terry, Elizabeth I'.arnes, Jose phine Hose, Catherine Miller, Alice Hughes, Saliie Hyman Lamb, Henrietta and Jannette Strause, Mary Macon, Mary Clegg Goodrich. Elizabeth Hose, and Lucv Powell; Masters Jacquelin Taylor, "Fabius Pendleton, Morgan Cooper, Walter Rowland. Tom Skinner Kittrcll. John Alderman. Nathan Strause Tyler Young, John McChire, Andrew and William Newcomb, John Hilliard Zollicoffer, David Jackson Cooper, Wil liard Harris, Edwin Fuller Parham, Scott Parham, Walter l'arker. Thomas Hmaw, James Massenburg, James Ty ler and John T. Thomas. flake Your Room New. Mantels, Chairs, Wood-Work, and small rooms, can be quickly painted by any one with a small can of our Home Finish Domestic Paint, in all colors 15 to 2." cents. Makes all interior wood-work bright and new. (let it from Melville Dorsey. Honor Roll Exercises. Quite a number of people attended the "honor roll exercises" of the city graded school Tuesday morning and thorough ly enjoyed them. At 11 o'clock the school body assem bled in the large auditorium and the ex ercises opened by repeating the Lord's Prtiyer in concert, led by Superintendent Alderman. A Scripture selection from I'rov. 22, 1-M, was then recited in concert, follow ed by a song, "lis Our Festal Day," and a poem, "The Dandelion." Superintendent Alderman read the roll of honor, eighty-two pupils rising as their names were colled. Forty-five of these were boys. These had not been tardy or absent a single time during the past month, and their work and deport ment averaged 1)5 or more. Cittls Irving Mangum's sweet, bird like voice in "Little Willie Itankin" brought forth much applause, as also did a well rendered instrumental soly by Earle Harris. Twenty-five boys in costumes sang a cowboy song, led by Clyde Finch, and did it so well as to rail forth a sound of hearty applnuse at its conclusion. A song, "Anchored," by the school, brought the exercises to a close. 'Our baby eries for ('lmnitiri hiin'8 Couh Heruedy," writes Mm. T. IS. Kendriek. Khhucu, (in. "It is the best rough remedy on tliH market for roughs, colds and croup." For Hale bv till dealers. Changes in Public Health Laws. To the Editor of the Cold leaf: I desire to cnll attention through your columns to the changes in the Public Health laws regarding contagious dis eases, as passed by the last General As sembly. A recent case of exposure to smallpox presented itself in our graded schools, where the parents of the child took nil the precautions as required by the recent changes in the law, as pub lished in a recent Legislative edition of the Raleigh News and Observer. As this law does not go into effect until May 1st, l'.tll, the superintendent had no other alternative than to exclude the child from the school-room until all danger had passed from this exposure. After August, 11)11, there will le no quarantine established against small pox, as universal vaccination is con ceded to be the only means of preventing the same. I would suggest that you publish the essential changes in the new law for the enlightenment of the public on this most important subject. Respectfully vours, B. U. ALLEN, M. 1)., Town Health Officer. Safe Medicine for Children. Foley's Honey aud Tar Compound is a wafe and effective medicine for children as it does not rontnin opiates or harmful drugs. The genuine j.",,! Honey and Tar Com pound ih in u yellow package. Sold by nil druggists Christian Endeavor Society of Christian Church Meets. Wednesday night the Christian En deavor Society held its regular meeting in the Christian church. After the open ing exercises there was a solo by Miss Uozelle llortou, and a short discussion of the appointed subject. Home Missions, but a letter from the famine district of China, telling of the horrors of the fam ine, and a discussion of this subject, con sumed most of the evening. It was de cided to appropriate the Sunday school collection last Sunday for the cause and also to make it a special offering. Heaven won't eeem worth while to some women unless there's an occa sional bargain sale. A Correction. In last week's issue of the (Sold Leaf appeared the local that Mrs. S. T. Peace had ti model 11)11 Elmore automobile. As a matter of fact Mrs. S. T. Peace has a model lliOD husband and a model 1D10 baby but the model 11)11 Elmore is mine. S. T. PEACE. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes hltep and rest oossible. This may be obtained l.y replying Chamberlain's Lini ment. For sale bv all dealers. Henderson Tobacco Market. MARCH SALES. lfOJ 23.1,G:i:i JlO.r.o $24,531.47 H-10-141.HS2 $10.2'.i $14,;01.ri5 TOTALS TO DATE. 11H). 5,3G0.r,0l $12.f3 ?'.S7,727.54 1!10-5.41C.,13,. $13.18 ?71 3.105.f.3 is very different from other Paints. Most paints are loaded with materials that save paint manufacturers from $100 to f 120 per ton. Are you satisfied to enrich some one else at your expense? If you want full value for your dollar, buy Davis, the paint which carries analy sis and guarantee on every package. For Sale By DANIEL & COMPANY, Henderson, N. C. Ye Old Time Fiddlers' Convention. Correspondence of the (iold Leaf. In spite of the inclement we.ither, a tl.orM,! nt. the Hobbltt school house on last I- rid ay evening, . : . ,.f ti.Iil Lira nni attracted ny me comm .. - i fof o ti . I rtMir to t r v banjo picsers - - --- their skill in musical contest. 1 be -Convention" of about thirty musicians was assembled at the instance of one of our public spirited youn men Finch, who, by providing the evening amusement, not only afforded all much pleasure but started a movement in which all the community is interested the lautifvintr of the Plank Chapel cemetery grounds. A neat sum was realize.!, wnicn win uenuyij ...... time to time until funds are in hand to put the grounds in proper shape. Mr, Finch offered generous prizes to bands and to individual players on ban jo, guitar and "fiddle," or, as he soul, "on anything from a Jew's harp to a steam piano," Five bands entered the contest and so well did they "make mu sic" that the judges, Mrs. P. h. Smith, Prof Nixon and Mr. E. S. I-uller, had a difficult task to award the live dollar prize. . .. The Lome band, composed of the Kearney boys, Mrs. Harry Stanton with Mr Hugh Johnson as a real old time fiddler," led off the fun; a trio Irom "over the river," styling themselves the Need more Band, were the next contest ants; then followed the Epsom Band, the Bear Pond, and the Gillburg Band, the latter led by the young "fiddler," Marvin Ellington. They played all sorts of rollicking ragtime, waltzes, polkas, etc , including such classics as Hop Light Ladies, Turkey in the Straw, Bill Baily, Casev Jones, I'm G wine to Live Anyhow Till I Die, and "Home, Sweet Home. Of course, it was fast and furious. While all the bands played well, the first prize was awarded to the Needmore Band, the second to the Bear Pond Band. To those who were more or less uuac quainted with the banjo, except as pick ed by a coon, the individual banjo con test was very amusing. Mr. Fuller, from Bear Pond, had the audience in a con stant roar of laughter during his stunt. He picked the banjo in true coon style, accompanying w ith snatches of song and talk. The prize was awarded to Mr. Overton, a member of Needmore Band. Mrs. Harry Stanton won the guitar prize. Her music was very pleasing. The grand finale was a cake walk to the accompaniment of an accord ian and banjo. Several couples entered the lists and furnished fun in plenty. The eake was presented to Miss Irene Ellington and Mr. Joe Mitchell. Many thanks are due to Mr. Finch for his time and energy exerted in behalf of the community's interests. . House of Jones. Jones painted his house last year. It looks dull, dead, no life to it. Smith painted his house 10 years ago. It looks clean, nice, and don't need re painting, because he used L. & M. Paint, and added three quarts of oil to each gallon. TLe Oil gave life and preserved it. Besides adding the Oil reduced its cost 40 cents a gallon less than other taint. Thirty-live years use in N. A. & S. A. Our agent is Melville Dorsey. Bradshaw-Knott. Miss Nannie Bradshaw and Mr. E. G, Knott, of Townsville, were quietly mar ried last Thursday by Rev. I. W. Hughes, at the rectory, in the presence of a few friends. The marriage came as a surprise to most of their acquaint ances. One Conductor Helped Back to Work. Mr. Wilford AdaniH is bis name, and be writes: "I wan confined to my bed with chroDic rheumatism and used t wo bottles of Foley's Kidney Ilemedy with good effect. The third bottle put me on my feet anil I re sumed work as conductor on the Lexington, Ky., Street Railway. It will do all you claim in cases of rheumatism. It clears the blood of uric acid. Sold by nil druggists. Notice of Summons and Warrant of Attach ment. NORTH CAROLINA, In theKuperiorCourt, Vance Cointy. f May Term, 1U1 1 . II. T. Morris, W. J. Alston, B. (i. Allen. F. E. Scbroeder and R. (5. Burroughs, trading us V. J. AlHton & I'o., Against Strnttou & Bragg Co. The defendant above named will take no tice that a summons in the above entitled action was issued against it on the 5th day of April, 11)11, by the undersigned for the recovery of the sum o Four Hundred and Fifteen dollars, due the plaintiff by the de fendant for overcharge on four automobiles and commissions on one automobile as per written contract and breach thereof by de fendant, which is returnable ontho 22nd day of May, l'Jll, to the Superior Court of Vance County, N. ('., at a Court to be held in Hen derson, N. C, at the above named day and time. The defendant will also take notice that a warrant of attachment was issued by the undersigned on the above named day, against the money, property, goods chat tels, and real estate belonging to the defend ant in Vance and Warren counties, which warrant is returnable at the time and place above named for the return of the summons, wheu and where the defendant is required to apiear and answer or demur to the com plaint of the plaint fBB 1 be relief demanded w ill be granted. This, 1st dav of April, 1011. HENRY PERRY, Cleik Superior Court Vance Co. Henkv T. I'owki.i., Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE. The State of North Carolina to Vernon Hock (iKF.ETINIi: Tae notice that your wife, Lena Hock, has this day hfgun an action against you in the Superior Court of Vauce county for di vorce absolute. The same is returnable to May Term 11)11 of said Court, l.eginning the 11th Monday after the 1st Monday in March, 1911. Complaint already filed. You must appear and answer said complaint at said term or the plaintiff will demand judgment for the relief aforesaid demanded in said complaint. Bv ordt r of the Court servi.v of the summons made by publication thereof four weeks. April r.th. 1911. HENRY FERRY. Clerk of the Su-rior Court of Vam e i'oiiii ty. X. C. NOTICE. I HAVE THIS DAY QI ALIFIEI) A.S AD ministrator of the estate of Allen P. Eaton, late of Williamsboro, who departed this life in Philadelphia, Pa., February 28. 1911. All persons having claims against his estate are requested to present them to me forthwith, duly verified. If not present ed within twelve months this notice will le plesded in bar of their recover. Thi Mar. h :10th. 1911 T. T. HICKS. Administrator of Allen P. Faton. NOTICE. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXEi FTIOV my hands from the Sup. i i - . ; Vance county issued upon . " ..i Col. Thos, L. Jones. .1. 1.. in m uiit proceeding againt Ur.eii - . ,,- 1 ,. ,,i pell for cash bv pub)..- mi. t.i iiti tiiiihes-t bidder at the Court H. . .i..,,r in Hender son, X. C, on First Monday in May, 1911, (being May 1st) the right, title nnd in terest being one undivided half interest, sub ject to the life estate therein of his mother Agnes Evans in and to a tract of land in Williamsboro township, Vance county, con taining thirty-one acres more or less, ad joining the lands of Mrs. J. L. Kelly, Mrs. Jno. W. Kelly, Geo. B. Harris and others, being the Agnes Evans dower. This 7th March, 1911. JOS. S. R0Y3TER. Sherifi j County N C. NOTICE. SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE TAX list of the Town of Henderson, for the year 1910. which is in my hands for col lection, 1 shall, on Monday, May fst, 191 1, sell hy public auction nt the Court House door in Henderson. N. C . the f.ill'uvin h.t or parcels o Ihii.I situ.it. d iii ihetowuof Henderson, to satisfy the tax.s duo thereon, belonging to nnd licted by the parties named lelow, to-wit: WHITE. sun: taxes c.st total L. H. Chessoui, 1 town lot $ H 00 ?I 2.j 9 2.". Mrs. P. I. Emu, 1 town Iwt (; 00 1 2-1 7 25 .1. I). Guptoii, 1 town lot 7 0". 1 2." 8 90 Lehman Bros., 1 town lot 1 l OO 1 25 11 2.1 I OLORE1). Paul Alston. 1 town lot .1 00 1 2.1 6 25 Ed Alston. 2 town lot 5 2.1 1 45 (J 70 ("has. Bra inc. 1 town lot 1 50 1 25 2 75 Authonv Bullock, 1 town iot 7 53 1 25 8 80 Taylor Bullock, 1 town lot .1"10 1 25 4 ,'J5 Peter Bullock, 1 town lot 1 00 1 25 2 25 Willie Burvvell, 1 town lot 1 00 1 25 2 25 J. M. Bryant, I town lot a 5") 1 25 4 75 Elijah Clarke, I town lot 1 5(1 1 25 2 75 Minerva Fogg, 1 town lot 3 00 l''i5 4 25 John Gill. 1 towu lot.. .1(10 1 2.1 (5 25 Susan Green. 1 town lot 8 50 1 25 4 75 Wm. Green, 1 town lot 2 52 1 25 3 77 J. R. Harris, 1 town lot 7 .'15 125 10(11) .1. R. Harris, bal. 190!) 2 0.) Silvia Conrali, 1 town lot.. - 1 00 1 25 2 25 Sol Martin, 1 town lot 50 1 2.1 1 75 Sandy Mart in. 1 town lot 1 S5 1 25 3 10 Jennett Hargrove, 1 town lot 3 50 1 25 4 75 Grant W. Haw kins, 1 town bit 3 00 1 21 4 25 John Henderson, 1 town lot 1 50 1 25 2 75 Len Henderson, 1 town lot 3 25 1 25 4 50 W. M. Henderson. 1 town lot 3 75 1 25 5 00 Cameron llendrick, 1 town lot 50 1 25 1 75 Lottie Hodge, 1 town lot 4 00 1 25 5 25 Thaddiiis Jackson, 1 town lot (Ill 1 25 4 25 J. W Long, 1 town lot ('. 75 1 25 K 00 Peter Mitchell, Jr., 1 town lot 5 75 1 45 7 20 Willis Mallorv, 1 town lot 2 00 1 2.1 3 25 Tho. W. R..l.erson. 1 town lot 5 30 1 2.1 0 55 .las Rodgers, 1 town lot 110 1 25 5 25 Roxauna Rcavis, 1 town lot 2 5( 1 25 3 75 Henry Satterwhite, 1 town lot. 4 95 1 25 0 20 ( lias. SueedT estate, 1 town lot 1 (10 1 25 2 2.1 A B. Timmons, 1 town lot 1 So 1 21 2 75 John Rovster, 1 town lot.... 2 25 1 25 3 50 Bill Southerlaiid, 1 town lot 1 75 1 25 0 00 Will Southerlaiid, 1 town lot 7 OO 125 H 25 .las. H. Taylor. 1 town lot '. I on 1 25 5 25 S. Vnnn, 1 trittii lot s OO 1 25 9 25 W. H. Ward. 1 town lot 5 OO 121 (125 Abby AVeaver, 1 town lot 4 00 1 25 5 2.1 Sam Webb, 1 town lot. 5 .10 1 25 ( 75 Berry Williams, 1 town lot 2 15 1 25 3 40 Bell Williams, 1 town lot 5 00 1 25 0 25 John A. Wortham. 1 town lot .1 7.1 1 25 7 00 R. P. Wyehe, 1 town lot 1 r.O 1 25 2 75 Bettie J. Young, 1 town lot 1 50 1 25 2 75 M. M. Peace, 1 town lot 4 00 1 21 .1 2.1 Isaac Harris, 1 town lot 1 .10 1 25 2 75 J. P. Jeffreys, 1 town lot ? : (j() 1 2.1 4 25 S. P. Kearnev estate, 1 town lot. 1909. 1910 50 1 2.1 1 7.1 Persons whose namcH and property appear in the above notice can govern themselves accordingly thereto. The above properly will be sold for payment of taxes as above set forth, unless payment, i.s mailt lwfore day of sale. This, April 1st, 1911. W. II. WESTER, Tax Collector of Town of Henderson. Proceedings of County Commission ers. The county commissioners held their regular monthly meeting last Monday. Mr. J. .1. Swaiu was re-elected superin tendent of the public roads. Capt. J. K. Plummer and Messrs. A. C. Zollicoffer and I. C. Bobbitt were ap pointed a committee to receive the road property and books from the outgoing highways commission. The board allowed the Daughters of Confederacy .$.'53 to run a walk around the Confederate monument on the court house square. The following list-takers and assistant tax assessors were appointed: North Henderson 1. K. Rowland. Kittrell F. M. Hight. AVatkins J. H. Glover. Dabney L. W. Burroughs. "Williamsboro J. n. Rice. Townsville E. O. Taylor. Nutbush C. M. White. Middeleburg T.JH. Carroll. Sandy Creek J. V. Tunstall. 15? e Grated Theatre Easter Monday, APRIL 17th, 1- v- - it": X 2 1- '.5 man E. QUEEN OF NOTICE. SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES. BY AUTHORITY OF LAW I SHALL sell by public Auction at the Court house door in Henderson, Vance county. X. C. on Monday, May 1st, 1911, the lands mentioned below, orso much there of as may be necessary to satisfy the taxes thereon for the year 1910. J. S. ROYSTER. Sheriff of Vance County. II EX U E RS0X TO WNSH I P. WHITE. NAME. TAXES COST TOTAL J. W. Adams, 1 lot $ 4 91 f 1 25 $ 0 1G (5. W. Belviu. 10 acres. 1.08 1 25 2 33 R. E Bel vin, 26 acres... 9 74 1 25 10.99 P. E. P.lake, 1 lot 5(5 1 25 1 Hi David Carter. 1 lot 6 04 1 25 7 29 C. S. Catlett, 1 lot 4 05 1 25 5 30 Mrs. Abce Ellington, ' 37 Vs acres 2 15 125 3 40 Mrs P. L. Evans. 1 lot 0 4(5 1 25 7 71 Yancey Fnlkner.Va acre 3 82 1 25 5 07 Mrs. Sail ie Falkner, 1 acre 1 OS 1 25 2 33 Samuel Faulk, 2 lots... 8 53 1 25 9 78 Johu Johnson, 3 acres 1 39 1 25 2 04 J. I). Overton. 4 acres.. 5(5 1 25 1 81 COLORED. Paul Alston, 1 lot 5 67 1 21 Robert Blount, 1 lot... 2 15 121 -'i i" Charles Brame, 1 lot... 1 63 1 25 2 S8 James M.Brvant, 1 lot 4 05 1 25 5 30 Peter Bullock. 1 lot 1 08 1 25 2 33 Willie Burwell, 1 lot.... 1 08 1 25 2 33 Lina Carroll, 1 lot 2 68 1 25 3 93 Ben Cracker, 1 lot 1 23 1 25 2 48 Duck Davis, 1 lot 5 10 1 25 6 35 Zark Davis, 3 acres 2 50 1 25 3 71 Minerva Fogg, 1 lot.... 3 23 1 25 4 48 Gilliam Wortham, est., 3 acres 1 63 1 25 2 S3 Susan Green, 1 lot 3 79 1 25 5 04 Wm. B.Green, Hot 2 71 1 25 3 96 J. R. Harris. 1 lot 8 18 1 25 9 43 Henry Hawkins, 1 lot.. 6 52 1 25 7 77 Len Henderson, 1 lot... 3 79 1 25 5 04 Joe Hockadav, 1 lot 6 46 1 25 7 71 John Hodge. 10 acres.. 5 99 1 25 7 24 King Jenkins, 1 lot 1 87 1 25 3 12 Cephus Jones, Va acre .. 5 29 1 25 5 54 Masonic Lodge, 1 lot... 5 38 1 25 6 63 J. W. Long, 1 lot 7 54 1 25 8 79 Josh Martin, 30 acres.. 9 46 1 25 10 71 Sandy Martin, 1 lot 1 68 1 25 J 93 Bill Sontherland, 1 lot 5 38 1 25 6 63 James H.' Taylor, 1 lot 4 31 1 25 5 56 Abby Weaver. 1 lot 4 31 1 25 5 56 Lilly Wimbush, 5 acres 1 08 1 25 2 33 Belle Williams, 1 lot.... 5 38 1 25 6 63 Berry Williams, 1 lot.. 2 32 1 25 3 57 Hilliard Williams, 1 lot 9 17 125 10 42 John Wortham, 1 lot.. 6 46 1 2.1 7 71 Bett ie J Young, 1 lot.. 1 63 1 25 2 88 J . P. Jeff ress, 1 lot 3 23 1 25 4 48 A. B. Timmons. 1 lot.. 1 63 1 25 2 88 S. P. Kearney estate, 1 lot 26 1 25 1 51 Moses M Pence, 1 let.. 8 09 1 25 9 34 KITTRELL TOWNSHIP Isaac Crudup, 83 acres. 5 23 1 25 6 48 Ti.ldy Davis, V acre 1 05 1 25 2 30 Thos. Floyd, 10 acres 1 52 1 25 2 77 Bessie ( J reen. 20 acres.. 3 45 1 25 3 70 Ann Hunt. 7 acres 72 1 25 1 97 Charlie Plummer, 9 acres 95 1 25 2 20 Ann Eliz-i Ren vis, 1 acre 47 12.1 172 J. H. Gilbreath estate, 46 acres 3 14 1 25 4 39 H. W. Hunt, 2H acres.. 3 37 1 25 4 62 H. W. Hunt, agent, 92 acres 5 75 1 2.1 7 00 WILLIAMSBORO TOWNSHIP. Nathan B. I 'errv, 47 ucres ! 2 11 1 25 3 36 Moses Jeff ress, 2 acres.. 3 12 1 25 4 37 Jack Marrow, 2 acres. 2 17 1 25 3 42 Vinie Pettiford,3 acres 44 1 25 1 69 TOWNSVI LLE TO WNSH I P . E. O. Tavlor,.Ir.,2 lots 8 27 1 25 9 52 George Bullock, 1 lot... 85 1 25 2 10 MIDDLE BERG TOWNSHIP. Thos T. Hester, 62 acres 3 0.1 1 25 4 30 W.A. Wed.lin,2 lots 0 22 1 25 7 47 Dick Davis'and.1. John son, 28 1-5 acre 1 28 1 25 2 53 SANDY CREEK TOWNSHIP. Mrs. Anna. Day, 17acre 189 12.1 3 14 Lucindy Rovster, 331i acres'. '. 2 84 1 25 4 09 Jim Wilson, 4 acres 4 16 1 25 5 41 Jim Wilson, bal. 1909.. 1 75 1 25 3 00 S. P. Kearnev estate. 2 13 1 25 3 38 Martha Balt'hrop, Ik 65 1 25 1 90 'THE LADIES' STORE." Beautiful Line -OF- Ladies' Sprino Dress Goods NOW ON DISPLAY. Call and inspect Them. MRS. MISSIIXIER. lull F( m THE Saoiuel WeJtkins. NEW SPIRING G Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Best Makes and Correct Styles. Ladies Tailor-Made Dresses, Silks and n FURNITURE Tremendous Stock. Ladies Red Cross and Ziegler Shoes Stylish and Comfortable. THE PEOPLE SAMUIEIL Department Store. ma ft mm Equestrian, Gymnastic and Acrobatic Entertainment mm Ann rcTTTT UUblkbU U ITUWUUIki U 1 Star Vaudeville Performer Two performances Afternoon and Evening. Price of Admission, 25c, 35c. and 50 . Ch dren under fourteen years, 15c, 20c and 25c At the Matinee children under 14 years 1 5c. a over the house, Tickets on sale at Kerner-McNair Co's drug store. SAY, If You Want a Article, Trade IW I U II lit BY THE nr a do n n w Spring Patterns IN KEEP SHOES VERY TRULY GEO. A. ROSE CO. i OODSl Suits, Dry Goods Good At2r WATKINS, Henderson, N C. Easter Monday April 17th. Assisted by iw j, of A - 'I ! . ft ff 4 k i if k il