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HENDEliSON GOLD -LEAF, HENDEKSONN.C., THUHSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911.
I Absolutely Pure The Only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. eguatds the feed against alunft Chemists' tests have shown that a part of the alum from biscuit made with an alum baking powder passes Into the stomach, and that digestion Is retarded thereby. Read the label and make sure that your baking powder Is not made from alum. A Big Undertaking. TIih tremle at the HOfond mile pout on the Seaboard Air Line ia now ! nitf tilled in. A fortfof fourteen men, iiMidtlition to the work train crew, !in v lieen nt work on this job for thre weekH or ho, ami Home time va will be rcfjuireti to roriiplete it. A kU'Htii shovel and an engine draw ing three i'hh are in tine, and thi irivcu .some idea'of the extent of the undertaking. I "I Am Glai Iff f I writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, of Liberty Center, Ind, ''that I began to take Car dui, for it has cured me, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me. Before 1 began to take it, 1 was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have a good color, do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs." The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, nox ious, mineral drugs, that sink into your system, like lead to the bottom of LJ a basin of water. Cardui is purely vege table and contains no ooisonous minerals, or dangerous drugs. L; It is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for pa months, without anv nnssi- F?a ble harmful effect Try it pap 3fl first Class Farm Implements You s&ve Labor, Time and Money when you buy Imple ments that wear well and work well. The kind that we fell. We issue one of the best and most complete of Farm Imple ment Catalogs. It gives prices, descriptions and much interest information. Mailed free upon request. We aiv. headquarters for V. Crimp ami other Roofing, Wire Fencing, Barb Wire, Poultry Netting, etc. Write for 1 escriilive Catalog1 and l ------ . - - ' " I 1 v - 1 Ul A 111 iileuieuts you require. The Implement Co. 1302 East Main St., RICHMOND, - - VIRGINIA. Wood's Grass AND Clover Seeds are the lest quality, new crop .-if.ls, of tested germination. We .:rry tlie largtist stock in the South, and ran supply your needs to th.' very Dest advantage. Special Grass and Clover cir cular giving lest methods of prep aration, seedinc;, etc., free on re time L Our Descriptive Catalogue jrives the fullest information about Grasses, Clovers and all Farm Seeds. Write for Catalogue and ypevial Grass Circular. T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen, RICHMOND. - VA. Wood's Trade Mark Brand Crass. Clover ul other Farm Seeds me the U t mni i'., er.ot qualities it Is lo-sit!e j.r..-ure much tu-tter U.th lu ;imll!v sua pwrrphsaiton ihau tr.e oiJtnitry Ertet tTalt. If I LLTKE COUGH AHDCURETKSLUnSSl withP 017111 AKDAUTHIKUTAND UiUG TROUBliS SCli 5eSt50a$I.OO fiTAtBomtroct GUAf?ANT0 SATSFACrOftV LEGAL PHRASEOLOGY. What Some of the Terms Common to Court Practice Mean. To most persons the phrase "Thia indenture witnesseth" is as much Greek as the other common phrase "Witness my hand and seal." Vet both are relics of a time when tliese legal forms carried with them a sig nificance not obtaining at present. Legal documents were once en grossed upon parchment because paper cost so much more than dressed skin. The parchment was 6eldom trimmed exactly and the top was scalloped with the knife; hence the term "This indenture." Even where the lawyers have de parted from the custom of using parchment for their legal forms the phrase has been retained. In the same way the signature of "hand and seal" is a relic of those olderi times when only clerks and the clergy could wield the pen. It was the custom for the contracting parties to lay their hands upon the document in token of good faith, and there remained a smudge. As these original thumb marks were not easily identified, the gentry added tf'eir seals for the purpose of further establishing the validity of the document. It may not be gen erally known that a seal is still re quired in law, though the need for it passed with the spread of educa tion, and the bit of red paper affix ed by the lawyer is as necessary as the signature to certain documents. A court of law is a reminiscence of the time when justice sat in the open courtyard, and the "dock" is from a German word meaning a re-ceph'.-. le, while the "bar" is a Welsh word meaning a branch of a tree nsed to separate the lords of justice from their vassals. The entire phraseology of the bench is reminiscent of the earlier days, but, having been proved prop er, has been retained. New York Herald. Halifax Law. The evil repute of Halifax im plied in the adage "Go to Halifax!" came to it by inheritance from Hal ifax in Yorkshire, England. Hali fax law, as may be gathered from a letter of Lord Leicester quoted by Motley, was that criminals should be "condemned first and inquired upon afterward." Halifax lay within the forest of Ilardwick, where the law was that if a felon was taken with 13s pence worth of stolen goods he should be tried by four firth burgers from four of the precinct towns and if condemned by them be hanged the next day. After this proceeding had been carried out to the letter the case might be sent to jury. Halifax is also credited with being the home of the guillotine, which the regent, Earl Morton, introduced into Scotland only to have his own head chopped off with it. The Right Number. A teacher in giving a lecture to the members of her junior hygiene class had cautioned them agathst eating anything hard, such as nuts, hard candy, etc. A small boy held up his hand. ';What is it, Sammie?" she in quired. "Say, did you ever 6ee any of these here candy jaw breakers ?" he asked. "Ye-s, I believe so," she hesitat ed wonderingly. "Well, Willie here," indicating another boy in, the class, "stood right in front of Gregorie's store yesterday and et five of them right down." "Ate," corrected the teacher. "Aw, was it eight ? I was think in' it was onlv five." Delineator. His Translation. "I wonder what this means," said Mrs. Hornbeak, who had encounter ed in the midst of her perusal of the village newspaper one of the many examples of the perversity to which the linotype is particularly prone. "It says here that Xathan Trilligan is walking with a cane because he epreighknaiehd shrdluwd emfwypu cmfwypdwxzfiflffefficmfwyprdlu.' "Aw," replied honest Farmer Hornbeak, "prob'ly he slipped down and stepped on his own tongue." Juck. Matrimonial Amenities. She (during a squabble) Didn't you promise before we were married to try bard to be worthy of me? He Yes, and what's the result? I overdid the job and made myself a hang eight bet ter tnan you deserve. Boston Transcript. Colton Picker Against the Negro. A Weekly Paper Like a Grist Mill Charlotte Chronicle.) . The du.v of the cotton .iikr in coming. The Price-CamptH-lI ma chine represents the most advam ed type and it has been perfWie.1 to such a degree, that the TVxhs legis lature has riven it official m-ojrui tion. The Market World hii1 Chron icle note that the Iygiwlit nr.- of that State litis enacted a law hi.-h permits farmers to organize compa nies and incorporate for the purpose of purchasing and opprnting these machines. The amount of capital stock of corporations of this charac ter is limited to f 50,000. It said bj the supporters of the bill that the demonstrations upon plantations in this State last season were highly successful. The cost of a'mHchin places it out of reach of the ordinary farmer, but by forming eompanis one can be purchased and made to do the work for many farmers. On of the ureat advantages of the ma chine is that it will end the depend ence of cotton growers upon the irre sponsible negro labor which haabHen always relied upou to pick the cot ton after it has been grown. Thin labor is often almost impossible to be had at any price, and is always expensive. The current wages for picking cotton now runs from 75 cents to $1.25 per hundred pounds of seed cotton, or 2 to : cents per pound of lint cotton. Figured on a production of .'1,000,000 bales for Texas there is now paid to negroes in that State annually a sum from 120,000,000 to $30,000,000. It is estimated that the new cotton pick er will do the work for less than one quarter of this amount. Midnighfjn the Oztrks, ami .vet sleepless HirHDi Serantoo, of ( lay CityIll., coughed and roughed. He was in the mountains on the advice of live doctors, who said he had consumption, but foULd no help in the climate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. King's New Discovery, lie began to use it. "1 believe it saved my life," he writes, "for it made a new mnn of me, so that I can now do good work again." For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, it's the best known remedy. Price 50c. and $1.00 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Melville Dorsev. The Borden of Taxation. Earthquake shocks travel, as a gen eral rule, et a pace of about 26,009 feet per second. (Monroe Enquirer.) If you increase the valuation of property this year, O ye tax men, please decrease the levy. Taxation is getting to be a burden, especially to the ones who live in the towns where taxes are double what they are in the country. When tax gets above two per cent on their taxable property they would think that they were escaping wonderfully well from tax burdens. A day laborer in the town of Monroe pays a week's wages in poll tax evr3'year. Yes, sir, pays two and a half per cent, of his wajres in poll tax. Gentlemen, if you do not decrease the tax levy as you raise the valuation of property you lay upon your people a burden too grievous to be borne. Hear our cry, which is a cry of all the people, O ye men who lay the burden of taxes upon us. - - . . The Sound Sleep of Good Health t'un not bb over estimated and any ail ment that prevents it is n menace to health J. Li. Southern, Eau Claire, Wis., say6: ''I have been unable to sleep soundlj- nights, because of pains across my back and sore ness of my kidneys. My appetite was very poor and my general condition was much run down. I have been taking Foley Kid ney Pills but. a short time and now sleep ns sound as a rock, my general condition is greatly improved, and I know that Foley Kidney Pills have cured nie." Sold by all druggists. A Question. "Men who always wear their hats soon become bald. I've noticed that." "Yon're mixing up cause and ef fect. "What you've noticed is that bald men are alwavs careful to wear their hats." Toledo IMade. WHY HESITATE. An Offer That Involves No Risk For Those Who Accept It. We are so positive our remedy will completely relieve constipation, no matter how chronic it may be, that we offer to furnish it free of all cost if it fails. Constipation is caused by weak ness of the nerves and muscles of the large intestines or descending colon. To expect a cure you must therefore tone up and strengthen those organs and restore them to healthier activ ity. We want you to try Hexall Order lies on our guarantee. They are eaten like candy, and are particular ly ideal for children. They act di rectly on the nerves and the muscles of the bowels. They have a neutral action on the other organs or glands They do not purge or cause any in convenience whatever. They will positively overcome chronic or habit ual constipation and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ail ments. Try Hexall Orderlies at our risk. Two sixes, 10c. and 25c. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. W. W. Parker. When a medicine must be given to young children it should be pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is made from loaf sugar, and the roots used in its prepara tion give it a flavor similiar to maple sy rup, making it pleasant to take. It has no supe rior for colds, croup ami whooping cough. For sale bv all dealers. Lady: I must ask von to take that parrot I bought sometime ago. He shocks all mv friends by his dreadful language. Fancier: Ab, you've cot to be careful 'ow vou talk before 'ira. 'E's terrible quick to learn! London Opinion. Imme Inflammatory Rheumatism dlately Relieved. Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind., says ' My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism in every muscle and joint; her suffering wn terrible and her body and fac were swoii--. almost beyond recognition: had lcen in I . i for sis weeks and had eight pi --.- .-. received no benefit until she in. ; l: iT CdON'S RELIEF FOR RH F.I'M i I -1. It gave immediate relief and w i.s able to walk about iu thre -v i am sure it saved her life." Sold I i . W P.-aker, drug gist je 15 "Don't eat when you're tired," says an eastern physician. On the other hand, never go to bed hungry, we are elsewhere advised. Llfeisget ting rather badly mixed. We suppose it never occurred to ma ny writers of hcal news and ad vert is-inputs for weekly pajiers that they an- in any re.pct like grist mills. Imatriie arrit mill in a coiti-in-inity where it takes all thetiui tu jirind the corn. Then l-t evry fanner carry in his corn Saturday iiiriiinr and dinarid.d his m-al that day. Could it lie furnished? (Vrtainlv not. The mill would be idle five days in fli week and over run one day. If the corn should te brought to the millall along through the week, as the mill was ready for it, all the meal could be delivered Saturday. When one issue of a weekly paper is mailed, the editor at ouce goes to work on the next issue. If the news and advertisements are delivered to him all along during the wvek he can have them set up and be ready to publish the paper and send it out lhursday or b nday mornintr, as the case may lie, but if everybody waits with news and ad vertisements until lhursday after noon, to deliver them to the editor, what villi he do with them? The question should not lie how late can I net in what I want to ro in the paper, but how soon can I get the matter ready for the editor. The paper must come out on time or the subcril)ers will (rrumbl". A savant breaks into print with tbe startling statement that "so wine wild oats" is harmful to youths. Let us hope the savant is not laboring under the im pression that he has uttered a new thought. - . -4 Probably the woman who hid her life's savings in the celler and awoke to find them stolen has reached the con clusion that our national banks are not the mast risky things iu the world. Tom I'm dead sore. I lo9t $5 today. I feel like somebody ought to kick me. Tess tabsentlv Whv don't von ask father for my hand tonight he's right in the library. The kissing microbe has been often at tacked as pernicious, but it is to be fear ed that people can no more be persuaded to give iifi the ancient practice of oscula tion than th'-y can be made shy of ac cepting money which is suspected of con vey ing germn. Foley Kidney Pills contain in concentra ted form ingredients of established thera peutic value for the relief and cure of all kid nev and bladder ailments. Foley Kidney Pills are antiseptic, tonic and restorative. Refuse substitutes. Sold by all druggists. New York aldermen have rejected a bill limiting the length of hat pins. Done in self-defense. No doubt every one of them had to go back home and face a woman armed withaouple of the dangerous things. Constipation brings many ailments in its train and is the primary cause of much sick ness Keep your bowels regular, madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women are subject. Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many simple things, it may lead to serious consequences. Nature often needs a little assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets are given at the first indication, much distress and suffer ing may bo avoided. Sold by all dealers. A California girl offers to sell to the government Lincoln pennies for $ leach. Next thing we know she will be asking someone to give her two tens for a five. - - . . Los Angeles has an 80-year old citizen who says he will wred when he has reached the century mark. At any rate, it can hardly be said that he is rushing precipitately into matrimony. - - . It must have been a spinster who said that some widows wear heavy veils to conceal their joy. Saved His Mother's Life. ' Foiir doctors had given nie up." write Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avocti, La., ''and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die, when my son insisted that I iies Electric Bitters. I did so, and they have done me a world of go,d. I will always praise them." Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing to women troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, backache, headache, weak ness, debility, constipation or kidney dis orders. Use them and gaiu new health, strength and vigor. They're guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. Only r0e. at Melville Dorsey's drugstore. Ooing It Right. "Hut my dear, if 1 buy you this gown, it will put me fifty dollars in debt!" ''Only fifty dollars! If you are going in debt, why not go in like a gentleman and make "it a hundred'?" Fliegende Rlaetter. Why She Thought So. "Was your husband a bear in Wall Street?" "1 think so," replied young Mrs. Tor kins. "He certainly acted like one when he got home." Washington Star. Never Out of Work. The busiest little things ever made are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health, that changes weakness into strength, languor into ener gy, brain-fag into mental power; curing Constipation, Ileadache, Chills, Dyspepsia Malaria. Only 25c. at Melville Dorsey's drug store. Might Spoil the Match. Suiter "I would like to see the photo of the lady with the $500,000 dowry." Matrimonial Agent "we don't show photos with the large dowries." Flie gende Blaetter. - - - - His Fortune Too. The Debtor "Well, old man, I'm going to mary a rich widow next week." The Creditor "Indeed? Well aL congratulate me, old chap;" Toledo Blade. PILES CURED. DH A. I PHAM S ELECTUARY will CURE he piles, no matter how long yon have suf ered. It will eradicate the disease from the j stem FOREVER, SATISFACTION, or your money RACK. At Thomas Brothers", Henderson, N. C. al Many a young man earns a living by working his fathers Fols;y K Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist, je 1 Fills What They Will Do for You They will cure your backache, strengthen your kidneys, cor, rect urinary irregularities, build up the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid that causes rheumatism. Pre vent Bright's Disease and Dia batcs, and restore health and strength. Refuse substitutes. For Se.U by all Drug f ists. 0& "It Cured My Back" n . . v f or rwenty-nine years i nave been at intervals a great sufferer from rheumatism. During that time, no telling how many gal lons of the various kinds of lini ments and oils I have used and with but little relief. Recently, I was confined to my bed help less. I tried Sloan's Liniment and used it with such satisfactory results that I sent for two large bottles, and I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid success." James Hyde, Beebe, White County, Ark. Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes. Mr. James E. Alexander, of North Harpswell, Me., writes: MI am a horseshoer and subject to many strains in my back and hips which has brought on rheumatism in the rubric nerve. I had it so bad one night when sitting in my chair, tli. I to jump on my feet to get relief. I at once applied your MOTW to the affected part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy. t i i .1 1 . 11 -r ... x uiuiK 11 is me Dest 01 an .Liniments." Sloan's Liniment does not need any rubbing. It's a powerful penetrant. Try it for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. It gives almost instant relief. Price 25c, COc, and $1.00 at All D?alers. Send for Stoau's Free Book 011 Horses. ..Ul.eua DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. V 1 i LI V V El LML. - - Eye Strain Causes Headache. H. W. MIXON, Glasses p r o p e r 1 y fitted will no doubt relieve you. We fit Glasses and frames, match broken lenses. Jeweler and Optician. Making Ready for Easter reouires other nreriH rations than i i lecting hats and gowns, for there are cakes and desserts to be made, if you give due honor to the festival, and our grocery stock is especially se lected to meet anv demand unon it. We have every ingredient that goes into the making of the fruity cakes and pastry, such as preserved fruits, jellies, jams, nuts, cocoanuts, choco late, spices, etc. We carry only the oesc ana tnoroughly reliable goods Ellington Grocery Co Phoo 205. Phone No. 30 Keep The House Warm Wouldn't it be mighty foolish to try and heat your house from the outside? It would be shameful waste of coal. Yet some folks try and heat their houses with poor quality coal. Why not pay a fair price and get coal that burns hotly and " economically? Our coal is clean hot and even burning. Deliver ed at summer prices now. J. S. POYTHRESS. EASTER IS NEAR AT HAND I ' 1 . 1 r so sit up ana taice nonce or the Tungsden Incandesc ent Electric. Lamps, for they are the light for Eastertide, be cause they giye a much strong er light than the ordinary car bon lamp. Their 'efficiency being 1.2 watts per candle, asainst 3.5 for the old style lamp. They are for sale bv Henderson Lighting & Power Co. Henderson, N. C. C c c c c c FILUMMEKS;-; I have employed a competent man now prepared to do all kinds of and 2 :-: PlLUJEmnETG, 3 On short notice and in first-class manner. Prices 4 as reasonable as good work and material will jus- tify. Repair work a specialty All work d guaranteed 1 Prompt and courteous attention to all business. ? WWork Solicited Upon Merit. J W. EE. FfUTMSEILlL 3 Next Door to Henderson Grocery Co. 1 AND WINPOW-S AST-;,- 5 0 ijjjl 'iimmnunitimmmm WE CARRY EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN BUILDERS' HARD. WARE. FROM THE WIRE SCREEN ON THE FRONT DOOR TO THE OUTSIDE KNOB ON THE KITCHEN DOOR. YOUR HOUSE OR. BUILDING, IF PROPERLY "HARD. WARED," WILL BE MUCH MORE HANDSOME THAN IF YOU GIVE NO CARE TO THE KIND OF "TRIMMINGS" YOU USE. WHEN ITS ANYTHING IN HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT. W ATKINS HARDWARE CO. CC0CCOCOOCOOCGOCCOCCOCCO0C0 o () o o () o o o o o () o o () o o C) To Telephone a Telegram to rr0 m the Western Union, say: X ClCglCUU. If yon wish to transmit a telegram to ( 4 the Western Union otnee ny iiome Telephone, SIMPLY SAY: Telegram." The operator will connect you with the proper Western Union Telephone. Thus you may dictate your telegram and save yourself the inconvenience of waiting for a messenger. For the convenience of the public this new method is now in effect in all cities in which the Home Tele phone Company operates. ttCSlre You A Telephone Subscriber 2 Home Telephone and Telegraph Go. () 0 OCCOCCOCOOCC7CODCOOCOQCOO00 WE SELL Standard Sewing Machines. A New Thing Theentral Needle Idea. Pianos and Organs, House Furnishing Goods. Henderson Furniture Company. R. R. Satterwhite, Manager. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Telephone No. 236. Schedule Effective Nov. 6, 1910. TRAINS LKAVK I1KNDKRSON AS FOLLOWS: No. 33-1 :40 A. M. No. 81-3:03 A. M. No. 381:06 P. M. No. 6 1:2 P. M. No. 41-2:23 P. M. No. 434:3."! P. M. No. 842:12 A. M. No. 323:03 A. M.- THROUGH PASSENOKRTKAIN from NVw York un.l Wanliinutoii. f..r Columbia, Savannah. Jacksonville anal all Florida point. I'lillinnii SWpinjr ("flrs, Dining Tarn and Day ('oafbn. "THK YEAR ROUND LIMITED" from Now York. VunliiiiK'oii, Norfolk and Portsmouih. For Atlanta. I!irminlmin, MciopliiH and pointH WeM, Jacksonville and Florida points, Cliarlott ronui-cts at Hamlet fur Wil mington. Pnllinnn Slwppr to Atlanta, Memphis, ('htnlotie, .lurk Honvillp and Tanip-i. Also Dininjf Cars and Dav Coar-hei. "THE SEABOARD MAIL" from Atlanta, liiriiiiiiRliam aud ( harlot if. for Portsmouth and Norfolk with Day Coaches and Parlor Car. Con iiccts at Portsmouth with Steamer forW'nshington, Baltimore. New York, Boston and Providence. "THE FLORIDA FAST MAIL" from Jacksonville and Columbia, cot, nects at Hamlet from Wilmington. For Richmond, Washington nnl New York. Pullman Sleepers, Day Coaches and Dining Cars. Connects at Richmond with C. &. O. for Cincinnati and points West; at Washing ton with Pennsylvania R. R.and 11. & O. for Pittsburg and points West. "THE KEABOARD MAIL" from Portsmouth an.l Norfolk, for Atlui, ta, Charlotte, Wilmington. Birmingham, Memphis and points Weet Connects at Raleigh with N. i S. Ii.r Wilson and Washington, aud I: & S. for Fayetteville. Also at Hamlet with local train for Wilmington Parlor Car and Dav Coaches. "THE FLORIDA FAST MAIL" from New York nnd Washington For Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis and points West, Jarskon ville and all Florida points. Pullman Sleepers to Atlanta. Birmingham ami Jack sonville. Dining Car to Hamlet. Arrive Atlanta 7:00 A. M. "THE YEAR ROUND LIMITED" from Jacksonville and Columbia, arriving Richmond 4:30 P. M. Washington, 7:40 A M. New York -J P. M. Pullman Sleepers, Day Conches and Dining Can. THROUGH PASSENGER TRAIN from Atlanta and Jacksonville, for Portsmouth and Norfolk arriving J:HO A. M. Richmond, 7:lO A. il Washington and New York. Pullman Sleepers to Portsmouth, Wbh ington and New York. Coaches to Washington and Dining Car t.i New York. No. 2 8:32 A.M. No. 306:27 P. M. "Shoo Fly" from Xorlina for Raleigh. "Shoo Fly" from Raleigh far NorlinH. SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OPERATING BETWEEN HENDERSON AND DURHAM AND HENDERSON AND OXFORD. Trains leave Henderson for Durham 7:15 A. M. 2:3.1 P. M. Trains arriv at Henderson from Durham 12:-0 A. M. !:00 P. M. Trains Leave Hendersoo for Oxford K:50 A. M. 2:3.r! P. M.' :30 P. M. Trains arrive at Henderson from Oxford H:'jr, A. U. 12:50 P. M. 5:50 P. M For rates, Time Tables, Pullman Reservation and any informatiotion consult any Sea board Air Line Railway Ticket Agent, telephone or address, J. T. ELMORE, JR., Agent. Hen derson. N. C. C.B.RYAN. U.K. LEARD. General Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agnt, Portsmouth, Va, Raleigh, .V C. it is worth the GORBITT BUGGY money invest'd list ss LK J ' - " THE CORBITT BUGGY CO. HENDERSON, N. C.