If Y01 WlBt
Yon are right by
first writing an
netting forth the
bargain you of
fer, and insert it
in the (JOLI
iuese, you can
To reach the
people of Hen
derson and sur
try, let them
out to get their
trade by a well
i IN THE YEAR.
Then Go Ahead.
III DULU LLATJi
By GOLD LEAF PUBLISHING CO.
" OROiLinsr., Oroliin, Heaven's BiLEssinsrGrS JLttektid Her.
SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 Cist.
HENDERSON, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1911.
It ia a fact that a big bank account
often gives great weight to a man's
opinion on almost any nubject or
In Home tactions of the country
i i.e peanut crop in the farmer's chief
ij.-pemlenee n a money crop. In u
. !( like that the peuniit is aluioHt if
ii..t Mltogether (be hull tiling-.
if those who want Senator Sim
nioiiH' job decide that they will ntand
;i better chance to et it in a State
liimnry, then we may expct to
lnMr of their being; in favor of the
ItUHHia can bully poor old belples9
China and force her to accept almost
,-ui y term . But it in a safrf wager
i h;it Uusnia will not attempt any
Mih tiling with little Japan for
in my yearn to come.
A Chicago dortor thinks that
kissing id a useleHH, wnnHms practice
and advocates rubbing noses in
r,i. ad. You can stake your last dol
lar that there in g;oing to be no such
substituting in Henderson.
The orginators of some of the less
popular soft drinks are no doubt
wondering how the coca cola people
iiHiniged to get that government
iiiVfstigrttion started and thereby
i in so much free advertising.
It is stated as a fact that the new
r ipnxity treaty with Canada re
moves the "duty" on peanuts. Now
w lio ever heard of a "duty" on pea
nuts, unless it be that some fellows
think it their duty to fairly litter all
public places with the hulls?
- - - -
Someone has just discovered that
any man who has learned to attend
strictly to bis own business and let
other people's alone is a desirable
citizen. In our bumble judgment,
fiis is one of the greatest discoveries
of modern times, and everyone should
t t k- due note of it.
If those men who want a good
has.'hall team in Henderson, ho that
tie- monotony of their long summer
nfi' moons may be broken, had a
ie.vcpa)er on their hands, they
might find sutlicient amusement
without having to go out to the
It has recently been decided by a
lenrned judge that when a man gives
a girl a diamond ring as a token of
ei.-Mgement, the ring at once bt-coni.-s
the property of the giil nnd
th u she can not be made to give it
"I' ven if the engagement is later
cille.l off. Here is an opportunity
t' r almost any girljto secure one or
more diamond rings without cost to
lrself and without fear of future
molestation or embarrassment in the
full possession ami enjoyment of the
s'ime. This decision, however just
or unjust it may be to the giver, may
hive the effect of making young men
more cautious and considerate in
the bestowal of such tokens.
II InlE Mmw I 111 I lit
Equestrian, Gymnastic and Acrobatic Entertainment
Two performances Afternoon and Evening. Price of Admission, 25c, 35c. and 50c Chil
dren under fourteen years, 15c, 20c and 25c At the Matinee children under 14 years 15c all
over the house, 1 lckets on
Jurors for May Term.
The county eommiscioiiers, at
their last monthly riveting, drew the
following jurors for the Mhv term
of Superior court:
L. d. Twisdale, J. M. Young, P. O.
Smith, N. II. Nethery, E.T.Parhani,
Joe ('lark, II. Vaughn. John Kit trell,
W. T. Short, V. J. Alston, O. O.
Young, ('. Ij. Fuller. J. Y. Durham
E. (1 Norwood. II. II. Futrell, J. II.
Johnson, C. (i. Short, J. L. Rowland.
I). S. Fleming, J. J. Parks, V. J.
lingers, J. M. Edwards, Z. It. Clark,
J-ff Mobbitt. 0. II. Turner, A. M.
Winn, A. C. Hfvle, S. II. Allen. I). E.
Avcock, M. D. Woodlief, L E. Wilson,
W. W. Currin, Joe Ellington, J. Ii.
Worthum, J. I.sMiller, W. L. Stain
back. SECOND WEEK
Luther Mabry, H. W . (Jlover, C.
A. Parkes, E. It. Hovd.W. II. Pruitt,
T. F. Made, C. W. (iill, J. A. Moore,
J. M. Williams, W. M. Young, S. (1.
Fox, C. It. Might, T. It. Flvod, L. It.
Ball, W. E. Burner te, (J. I). Stain
back. P. P. I light, J. M. Woodlief.
The Henderson Garage Company.
The Henderson ( iarageCompany's new
00x41 feettwo-storv, pressed bri-'k front
building on tiarnett street, opposite the
new postofliee, is nearing completion.
And within the next ten days they ex
pect to open for business in their new
The second story will be fitted with
machinery for repairing all makes of
cars, while the first Moor is divided into
an exhibition room and a Btornye for a
large stock of automobile accessories,
nnd the Elmore and Ilupmotale ears
that this company have placed so sue
C'SHfullyin Henderson and vicinity. It
is said that there are more automobiles
in Henderson, for its size, than in any
other place in the State and, too, that
the cars to be seen on the streets of Hen
derson, as a whole, are of a higher class
than those sen elsewhere.
I'nder theKceonditionsnnd in the hands
of experienced and skilled automobile
men this business will most likely be
come one of the largest concerns in Hen
derson. Its officers are: Mr. Alexander
Cooper, President; Mr. .1. 0. Skinner,
Secretary; Mr. C.N. Turner, Treasurer
i - -4 a
Constipation brings many ailments in it.-
train and is the primary cause of much sick
neHR Keep your bowels regular, madam,
ami vou will escape many of the ailments to
which women are subject. Constipation is
a very simple thins, hut like many simple
things, it may lead to serious consequences.
Nature often needs a little assistance and
when Chamberlain's Tablets are given at
t he first imlicat ion. iniii-h distress anil snftVr
iug may lie avoided. SuM hy all dealers.
Another Brick Building for Garnett
Mr. Pryce T. Jones purchased the
building occupied by the Royal Meat
Market Company on (inruett street,
Thursday of last week, from Mr. W. W.
Parker, for Jf.'l.OOO, and will move the
building now on the site and erect
a handsome brick building, which he
will use both as an office for himself and
as quarters for the Jones-Stone Printing
A Hint to the Wise.
The following is quoted from a
letter written by Mr. .1. L. Currin,
who ia now at Tucson, Arizona, to a
friend in Henderson:
"If railroads and real estate deal
ers would advertise our Southland
and could cause Northern and West
ern farmers to turn Southward, and
spend one-fourth as much for land
and as much for manure as these
people Hpend for water, they could
make a great deal more. The possi
bilities of the South are unlimited."
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist, je 1
sale at fverner-iviciair o s arug
Officers for Rifle Practice.
Adjutant General Leinster, of tie
North Carolina National Guard, 1fs
designated officers for the rifle prac
tice of the Third Regiment which is
to bo held at Raleigh April 18, 19
and 20. The rifle practice will be in
command of Maj. J. J. Bernard, of
Raleigh, with Maj. J. B. Skinner as
chief range officer, and Capt. Charles
J. Smith, of Henderson, as executive
officer, and Lieut. W. R. Miller, of
Raleigh, as post adjutant.
Officers of the new military compa
ny known as Company M, recently
organized at Dunn, have just been
commissioned by the adjutant gener
al. They are: Captain. J). C. Park
er; First Lieutenant, J. M. Riley;
Second Lieutenant, A. M. Iloilinga
wortli. This company becomes a
part of the Second Regiment.
Is Cleaner Than Carpet.
Paint your floor around the border of
the room with L. & M. Floor Paint.
Costs about ijO cents.
It gives a bright varnished finish.
Cover the center of the room with your
home made carpet rug. Looks splendid.
Get it from Melville Doreey.
A Medicine That Does Not Cost
Anything Unless it Cures.
The active medicinal ingredients of
Itexall Orderlies, which are odorless,
tasteless and colorness. is an entirely
new discovery. Combined with other
extremely valuable ingredients, it
forms a perfect bowel regulator, in
testinal invigoratorand strength
ened Itexall Orderlies are eaten like
candy and are notable for their
ngreeableness to the palate and gen
tleness cf action. They do not cause
griping or any disagreeable enect or
Unlike other preparations foralike
purpose, they do not create a habit,
! ii I
but instead thev overcome tue cause
ot name acquired tnrougu tue us oi
- -I .1 1 .1. . . I I
ordinary laxatives, catnartics a no
harsh nhvsic. and permanently re
move t he cause of constipation or
irregular bowel action.
We will refund vour money with-
out argument if thev do not do as
we say thev will. Two sizes, 2oc.
nnd lll,v Sold onlv at our store
T.nii Ufnm v W PopI-qi-
A 1 H ' 1 II 11LU1C. I I . f.A(lIl'-. I
Lame Shoulder is nearly always due to
rheumatism of the muscles, and quickly
yields to the free application of Chamber
iain'r Liniment. For salu by all dealers.
" here is the old-fashioned moth
er?'' innnircM the New York world.
. . . . I
Ant, as not she's at home washiner
the dishes so her daughter can ero
down town and show off her hobble
skirt and new Spring bat. She does-
. . .
n't want the girl to begin training to
bean "old-fashioned mother" before
she has her day.
A Reliable fledlcine Not A Narcotic.
Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Mich., says: "Onr
little liov contracted a severe bronchial
trouble mid as the doctor's medicine did not,
cure him. 1 guv? him Foley's Honey and
Tnr Compound in winch 1 have great faith
It ruied the cough as well ns the choking
and gaging spells, and he Rot well in a short
time, l oley s Honey and tar ( ompound
has many times saved us much trouble and
we are never without it in the house." Sold
by all druggists.
It is said that the Statue of Liber
ty is in danger of being blown up on
account of the storage of higuexplo
sives in New York harbor. For good-
wi.t.-i.-i iwtltn l-i4- - LIV 4- ol'A - 1 1 illlO LI t- Ik " 1
i..., . m,f bo.,J
some liberty in this countrv. even
thon-h thev have it anchored out in
If a man is a fluent talker it's a safe
bet he inherited it from his mother.
April 1 7 th.
Assisted by a Troupe of
Star Vaudeville Performers.
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 and
prove our faith in what we
ay, 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
W. W. Parker. Druggist,
Under the new law enacted by the
Inst General Assembly, the work of
assessing property for taxation will
begin this year May 1st. instead, of
June 1st as heretofore. Ilerafter the
assessors are to make a house-to-
house canvass for the purpose of list
ing all personal property, instead of
having stated places and dates at
wuicu me tax payers are to meet
him. The members of the General
Assembly thought, and very wisely
1 a t ii i ;
pernaps, mat tins wouiu oe an un-
1. 1 1 T 1
proveinent on tue oui way.
1 here are plenty ofithmgs to fret
about, it is simply astonishing hosv
much annoyance may be found in tue
course of every days's living even at
the simplest, if only one keeps a sharp
fV out on the side ot things, r.ven
h ol v writ fla.vs we aro prone t.o trnn
. ..' - ----- r-
ble as sparks to fly upward. But
even to the sparks flying upward in
the blackest of smoke there is a blue
sky above, and the less time they
waste on the road the sooner they
will reach It. Durham Sun.
T 4-U C 1-1.
111 "eitmg uu me uniues ui iue nst
takers for this county last week, the
printer inadvertently omitted the
name of Mr. T. L. Jones, who was
I rij j.i.i "ci it
appoimeu ior tuac purpose in cumin
The United States Court is consid
ering a case in which it is called up
ou to decide the question: "What is
a widow '1 he court will be pretty
apt to decide that a widow is a dang
erous rival for a girl.
This would be a great deal happier
and nicer world to live in if we would
pay our debts with the cheerfulness
that we make them, and talk about
the good in people with the same de
gree of glee and enthusiasm we dis
cuss the bad in them.
Who cares to look at a preacher,
a?? 10' whe.n can catch glimpses
! t,ie PautlfUl tops Of the golden
pipes of the organ through a jungle
of ribbons and feathers towering
above wide velvet covered plains and
VIRTUE OF THE
power of sale contnined in
a Peed of
Trust executed by J. R. and Emma E. Car
ter, on the 13th day of February, 1906, and
duly recorded in the Register's office of
Vance Coentv, in Rook 21. page 113. de
fault having been made in the payment, and
at the request of the holders, I shall, on
Monday, May 18th, 1911,
sell for cash at the Court House door in
Henderson, at twelve o'clock, the following
described bouse and lot:
Regin at an iron stake S. S. Whittn's
corner on edge of l'oplar street, run thence
along said street. N. 31 Yi W. 58i feet to a
stake, Ressie Harris, corner, on ed?e of
street: thence along said Harris' line S 52
w . z'JUya feet to a stake, said Harris cor
ner, on edge of Mitchell street; thence along
said Mitchell street S. 38 E. 110 feet to a
stake in the I.assiter line; thence alonjr Las
niter and S. S. Whitten line N. 3914 E. 233
feet to the becinning, being the house and
lot which J. 11. Carter and Emma E. Carter
purchased from D. E. Aycock nnd wife, and
is a very desirable residence on l'oplar or
This, April Cth, 1911.
W. P. BL RWELL,
Sale of Valuable House
T T NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AUTKOR-
Kj itv conferred by an order of the Su-
jierior t'ourt of Vance 'ounty, made in
social proceeding entitled Fannie Richard-
sou. Aominisrrairix oe uodus non ot Myriie
E. S. I'ope. deceased, vs. Ernest F. Kin and
C. Edward Pope, Jr., heirs at law, the same
beinn No. 1089 npon the special proceeding
( docket of said Court, the undersigned Com
missioner will on the
24th day of April, 1911,
at 12 o'clock M., at the Court House door
in Vance County, North Carolina, offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash that cer
tain lot or parcel of land lying and being on
Garnett street, in the town of Henderson,
nnd described as follows:
lVpginiiiBtr at a stake on the S. E. bide of
rnett street. E. W . Adcock s corner, rau
hence bv bis line 225 feet more or less to J.
Kellv's line: then by his line S. 45 W MO
feet to a stake Kelly's and Horner's corner:
then bv the lines of Horner and J no. I)
Stallings, N. 3HS W. 233 feet to Stallings'
corner on Garnett street: thence along Gar
nett street. N. 53Vi E. 84Vi feet to the beein
sn(f . Being the same land conveyed to Myr
tle A. Fope by Adeline A. Briggs, on October
3rd. 1900, and recorded in the Register of
Deeds office of Vance County, N. C, in Book
43 page 7.
This. March 20. lull.
HENRY T. POWELL,
R. S. McCOIN,
Attorney at Law,
Henderson, N. C.
Offices in Henderson Loan & Real
FRANCIS A. MACON,
Office In Young Block.
Office hours: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., 3 to 6 p. m.
Residence Phone 152-2: Offlee Phone 152-1
Estimates furnished when desired. No
charge tor examination.
H. L. PERRY,
Attorney at Law,
Henderson, N. C.
Office 137 - - - - Main Street.
A strong line of both LIFE AND FIRE
COMPANIES represented. PolieieB issued
and risk placed to best advantage.
In Court II oust
We Represent a Strong Line
of the Best Companies
Carrying Risks On
Marine, Plate Glass,
Insurance Department Citizens
H. B. CHOWDER, Manager.
Sale of Valuable Real
BY VIRTUE OF POWER CONFERRED
upon me by an order issuing from the
Superior Court of Vance County in a special
proceeding therein pending entitled A. C.
Zollieoffer, administrator of the estate of
H. S. Major, deceased, vs. W. 1). Major, and
others. I shall on
Tuesday, May 2nd, 1911
sell at the Court House door in the town of
Henderson. N. C at public auction to the
highest bidder upon the terms one half cash
balance and credit of six months. The de
ferred payment to bear interest at rate of
six per cent per annum from date of sale,
the following real estate to wit: one cer
tain lot or parcel of land situated in the
town of Henderson. N. C, on Yonng street.
adjoining the lands of Henry Perry, the
town of Henderson, J. W. Reck, and Young
street. It being the lot with brick building
thereon where IT. S. Major resided at time
of his death. Sale will be made subject to
confirmation by the Court.
This 241 day of March, 1911.
A. C. ZOLLICOFFER,
Administrator estato II. S. Major, deceased.
S l is found
Citizens Bank, - Henderson, N. C.
Loans and Discounts, $337,452.94 Capital Stock paid In, $100,000.00
Overdrafts, 0,128.10 Surplus and Fronts, 77,074.79
N.C.4pereent.Bonda 25,000.00 Due to Hanka, 1,047.00
Stocks and Bonds 30,151.25 Cashier'sCbecksOutstand'K 2,140.12 ;
Bank'gH'se and Fixtures, 10.732.73 Certi fled Checks 403.00
Insurance Department, 3,833.43 Accrued Interest, 274.50 ,
Cash on band and in flanks 1 21 ,577.9o Deposits, 533.330.39
Total, $734.870.40 Total, f734.870.40
An Honorable History.
For 22 years the Citizens flank, of Henderson, has ministered to the wants of
clients, through good times and through hard times, doing its best always to ren- ;
der substantial and efficient service. Its reputation for solidity and progress! Teness
lias attracted a powerful clientele. It will keep on growing bigger and utronger, un
der the policies which have brought it to its present position.
You are invited to identify yourself with us as depositor, and grow with us.
J. B. OWEN, A. C. ZOLLICOFFER, W. A. 1IUNT,
President. Vice-President. Cashier.
t i.vT-jiri pi tr ; -; I " i, : i i i . mm
REAL ESTATE B01fi m
Insurance of All Kinds.
Life, Fire, Health, Accident, Tornado,
Plate Glass,-Liability, Rent, Live Stock and
Bonding, Loans Negotiated. Rents col
lected for property owners. If there is
anything in this line in which you are in
C Henderson Loan
Phone No. 30
u-o -r.w,-r-o TTn-inn guaranteed by you
Our brands are greatly exceeding their guaranteea "
INSTANCE and you can safely use and depend unthii for B G
RESULTS The rich materials we are usmg-Fish Scrap, Slaughter
HoEufeUTkSage Blood. Nitrate of Soda. Bone gf
Manure Salts-will prove their superiority and excellence by field test, and
kp relieve once used will always oe
Henderson, N. C.
&Real Estate Co. J
Keep The House Warm
Wouldn't it be mighty foolish
to try and heat your house from
the outside? It would be a
shameful waste of coal. Yet
some folks try and heat their
houses with poor quality - coal.
Why not pay a fair 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.
Qa. , April 5,
contain under cnemicai auaxx
I Wise Granite Co.,
Wise, N. C.
Contractors and Builders.
Weare now located In Hender
son and solicit your
I am still ranking Old Clothea New as I was
before, and without fen r on your part of Ions.
I am carrying 1,000 insurance to cover alt
damages in case of Are. I was careful befors
out 1 nball try to be mo res. in the futurs,
BO you need not fear sending your goods to
Cleaned, Pressed or Dyed.
Since gett ing hack to my old staud my
facilities for doing work are better thau
ever and all work will 1' gotten out
promptly and returned when promised. Old
customers know what my work Is theltest.
New customers will be convinced by a trial
Soliciting yonr further patronage,
Yours to serve,
HENDERSON PRESSING CLUB.
J. It. PUATT, Propcritor.
I HEREBY OIVE NOTICE THAT AITLI
cation will be made to the Governor of
North Carolina on April 20th, lull, tor lbs
pardon of Eugene Venable, convicted ol
criminal assault ami sentenced to a term of
5 years at May term, 1U10. of Vanes Supe
rior Court. T. T. HICKS.
March 1C, 1911.
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