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HENDEltSON GOLD LEAF, 11EXDEHSOX, N. C, THUKSDA APKIL 13, 1911.
HENDERSONOLDJ ESTABLISHED 1881. GOLD LEAF PUBLISHING COMPANY, Owner fiinl Publisher. P. T. Way, Editor and Manager. The editor will not be held responsible for view expressed by eoi respondents anil con tributors Enter-.! ut the Postoffice lit Henderson, N. C. ns second hiss mutter. Subscription Price: IVr Year Sit Month ,:' Payable AUayain Advance. TliCHSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911. Our attention haw kni called to the fact that District Attorney Ilol ton, (if the Western district of North Cnrolina, proposes to have the whiskey that is being whipped into litis Htate analyzed under the pure food and drug law. For our part, if mean and poisonous stuff must be shipped here by outside dealers who have U-en forced by our own prohi bition laws to get beyond our bor ders, we hope that Mr. Ilolton may succeed in having a rigid analysis wade and the rascals who thus vio late the law vigorously prosecuted, and that District Attorney Seawell, of the Eastern district, will heartily join hands with him in his commend able effort and determination to rid the State of thy contemptible stuff that is shipped here in the name of pure whiskey, when in reality much of it is only o poisonous and dan gerous concoction that probably never saw astillhouseor a still worm. 1'uro whiskey is bad enough, but everybody knows it is not half as dangerous and hurtful as the adul terated and poisonous stuff that domes only in the namo of whiskey. Judge Peebles created a genuine sensation in New Hanover Superior court last Saturday when he an nounced from the bench that he never expected to try another mur der case in that county, and there upon peremptorily removed the trial of a murder case from that county to an adjoining county. Judge Peebles said it was no trouble to im k a jury in New Hanover county so as to acquit the defendant, no matter what the charge might be. That is bud for New Hanover, but in this respect that county does not stand alone. There are other good counties in the State where juries have been known to be tacked in this way, and the acquittal of red handed murderers thereby secured without, any trouble. If all the judges in the State would take the samo stand that Judge Peebles has taken, and promptly remove impor tant cases from counties where jurits are known to be packed, it would no doubt have a. wholesome effect. It is a matter of genuine regret that Mr. James A. Robinson, who has for the past 22 y.ars edited the Durham Daily Sun, has resigned his position as chief editorial writer on that paper. Mr. Robinson found ed the Sin. and had been its contin uous owner up till April of last year, when he sold it to a stock company. He is one of the best known and most beloved editors in the State. The Sun will hereafter lie edited by Mr. Fred A. Moore, its manager and principal stockholder. iovernor Kitchin last Saturday appointed Hon. Frank A. Carter, of Asheville, to the Superior court judgeship, to succeed Judge Joseph S. Adams, who died suddenly at Warrenton last Sunday a week ago. The commission was forwarded promptly to Mr. Carter, and he will take the oath in t iuie to convene his first term of court at Hertford, April 2-1. Mr. Carter is an able lawyer and is thoroughly qualified for the hih position to which l:e has been appointed. Senator Martin, of Virginia, was elected minority leader of the Senate, receiving twenty-one votes against S 'veuteen cast for Senator Shively, of Maryland. Senators Simmons ami Overman supported Senator Martin. Hon. Win. J. Kryau, who took an active part in the contest, opposeil Senator Martin and np ported Senator Shively. Thw result of this election marks the crisis tf a bitter tight. Tiitii L Johnson, twice ('onjrrvss ni iti from the L'lst Ohi.xlist ri.-t, four times Mnviir of Cleveland, champion of the three-cent railway fare, nnd prominent advocate of the singletnx theories of the late Hetiry (Seore, died at his homo in Cleveland, Mon day iiirtit, after .( liii";erin illness of more than n year's duration. He was .7 years old und was one o fthe most noted men in public life in this country. nenfur valued psrlmnires sajs that a tnvu may Je jiulget) by it8 tiutelrt. If this ls true, tlten it goes without tln8ayinr that the) city of Henderson in sure to p;et a' big boost from every traveling man or strang ers who comes this way. For there lie few cities of its size anywhere that have lietter hotel faoilitieH i;ul nc eomrnodations than lleniltrson. An exchange notes the fact that the Socialists recently lost out in Milwaukee but gained in Butte, Mon tana. We should say that any town in whicli the Socialists cau gain a" political victory is a '"beaut." The iTokl Lea! subscription list continues to grow right along. Quite a number of new subscribers have been add ?d during the past week, and several old ones have renewed This is tile sort of encouragement that enables the publisher to give the people of the community a good paper. The senatorial candidates ought to postpone their campaign at least for another year. If there is any one thing that North Carolina needs morn than another just now it is a rest from political turmoil. Memphis undoubtedly regards Mr. Uryan as a desirable citizen, but it seems that Mr. Bryan does not think Memphis a desirable city. Turner Jones. (Contributed to the Uold Leaf.) Seldom, if ever, has our community been so grieved and shocked as it was on Monday of last week when the sad news of the passing away of Turner Jones, second son of Mr. Pryce T. and Mrs. Bettie Corbitt Jones, was passed about, an account of which was published in last week's (Jold Leaf. Scarce could it be realized that this excellent young mau, who was going about among his friends and loved ones with his accustomed happy face and cheerful smile only the day lefore, had been so suddenly called to join the angelic choir of the Saints, and many were the sad dened hearts on that day, as in low whispers our people asked each other: "Can it be true that Turner Jones is dead? " He was apparently as well as usual on Sunday, but at night he was taken with a severe headache, which rapidly developed into meningitis, and at about 12 o 'clock the follow ing day his sufferings, which were very acute despite all that medical skill and the loving ministration of relatives and friend could do, were o'er, and he was peacefully sleeping in the arms of Jesus. A better boy, in every sense of the word, I never knew. He was without guile and without malice. Consider ation for others, devotion to duty and a self-sacrificing nature were sublime traits of his character. He was a gentleman in the fullest ac ceptation of the term. He had a high sense of honor and scorned to do a little thing. Modest and unas suming, it was only those who were brought into intimate association with him who knew the innate good ness and true worth of this noble boy. "I've scanned the art ions of his daily life With ull the industrious insight of a friend, And nothing meets my eye but deeds of honor." Of a cheerful and happy tempera ment, around the fireside, at his business, and in his daily intercourse with the business public his wit flowed freely, yet he was never known to inflict a needless wound upon the feelings of the most sensitive. From the time he was a wee toddler he had been attending theaunual en campments of the North Carolina National (Suard with the Vance Guards, and was a member of that company at the time of his death. He was known and loved throughout tho entire State Guard. He was just entering young man hood, being about 11) years old, and had bright hopes for a successful fut ure. He was the junior member of the lirrn of Jones-Stone Printing Co., being secretary and treasurer of that organization. Loved by air who knew him, it, is no wonder that his .adoring parents and fond brother ami sisters were so completely wrapped up in him. The sympathy of the entire community goesoutto them in their sad bereave ment, and the people of our town universally sorrow with them. As an attestation of t he love and esteem in which he was held, the Church of the Holy Innocents was filled to overflowing at his funeral and the floral offerings were among the most beautiful and numerous ever before seen here. God rest his noble soul. S. Safe Medicine for Children. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a safe and effective medicine for children as it does not contain opiates or harmful drugs. The genuine Foley's Honey mid Tnr Com pound is in a yellow paek.-tge. Sold by all druggists "Polly of the Circus." The fact, that the famous American play. '"Polly of the Circus," direction of Frederic Thompson, will bring here the most elaborate scenic production ever seen on the stage of the (irand Theatre j ns well ns one of the finest acting coin- j panics now on tour, will make the en-j gngeuient of this dramatic masterpiece i on Tuesday night, April lSth, au eveut j not soon to be forgotten. F.ven to the smallest detail the local terfornmnce of "Folly d the Circus" will le exactly ns it was presented to crowded and enthu siastic houses for one whole season at ' the Liberty Theatre. New York City. A ; more genuinely refreshing play than "Folly of the Circus" has not visited here ; in a decade, and theatregoers are already ! regarding this attraction as the treat of ; the season. Miss Ida St. Ia'oii will be seen in the role of "Folly the circus rider." flakes Everything New. ( M kitchen chairs, old furniture, old' closets, old bureaus, wheti worn out : made new again at a cost of 1;" to o cents with a can of either Home Finish' Homestic Paint. Home Finish L. & M. Varnish, or Home Finish L. A M. Var-; nish Stain. I direct ions for use on each can. Any body can use it. tiet it from Melville Iorsey. A Washington dispatch ways that Representative Kdward Y. I'ou has passed out the places to which he is entitled by reason of his selection as chairman of the Committee on Claims. The fortunate ones who are to serve under Mr. Pou, in his com- -tuittee work are: James K. Collie, of Louisburg, c hief clerk, at a salarv of 1 ?2,r,00 per year; A. M. Noble, of; Smithtield, assistant, at a salarv of i 11,-JOU; John W. Thompson, of Ual- eigh. private secretary, at a salary of fl."i0; Koliert Sanders, of Smith-: fiel.l, messenger, at a salary of -72() a vear. Insurance Commissioner James 11. j Young has returned to llaletgh from Chicago, where he went to attend a! meeting of the Committee of Insur-! ance Coramissiotners. He is a mem-! "ber of the Executive Committee and of the Committee on Examinations. ; GREAT OPPORTUNITY For Music Lovers Music Festival April 18-19. A treat is in store for the music lovers of North Carolina when they have the opportunity of hearing the best musical talent of the country tit the Musical Festival in Raleigh on April 18-10. Mr. Victor Herbert and his orchestra have been engaged and the name of America's most famous composer is sufficient guarantee of the merit of the concert. Resides this there will lie seven soloists of high ealiler, including Mane Cisneras and Mr. Evan Williams, the former the great operatic Mezzo soprano, the latter the greatest concert tenor in America. The Choral Society, of Raleigh, will sing at both night con certs. This organization of 150 voices, with its five years experience, is prepared to do the best work of its caller. Combined with the or chestra of fifty pieces they should make Handel's oratona, "The Mes siah," a great success. Henderson people are particularly fortunate in that they may reach Raleirrh on S. A. L. train No. 4'l iust in time for night performances and leave on .No. immediately niter the conclusion of the concerts if they so desire. , Arrangements have been made for those who desire to attend to obtain their reservations at the Kerner-McNair Drug Company, this city. It is confidently expected that many will avail themselves of this opportunity for a reallv great musi cal treat. Fleming Town News Items. "Sweet Spring, thou turn'st with all thy goodly train. Thy head with tlanies, thy mantle bright with flowers; The zephyrs curl the green locks of the plain,- The clouds for joy in pearls weep down their showers." We of rural life are fully enjoying what balmy days April allows us. We had a heavy frost Monday morn ing, whieh makes us uueasy about the remainder of the fruit. We had hoped to have cherries as the trees were receut ly white with blossoms. Some gardening has been done. Chick ens are being hatched in goodly num bers, not all are having them as early a we did last year. Eggs are plentiful, aud still bring a good price. Most farmers are well up with work, but say tobacco plants are scarce. Mr. II. A. Paschall, who haa been eiek for nearly two months, is slowly im proving. Middleburg school closed last Tuesday night with interesting exercises by the children, and music by Miss Mabel Har ris, of Henderson. Miss Maria Alston is visiting in the home of her sister, .Mrs. Itohiu I'tirrnll. MiHS Alhpa Omega, why didn't yon appeal to the legislature to have the dogs taxed? There are numbers of worthless dogs roaming the country, taking as much bread to feed them as the hog. Thousands of dollars could he had to feed the orphans hy taxing the dog. let's look after this in the future. Red Men Elect Officers. Mohawk Tribe, No. 58. I. O.J!. M. Reservation Henderson. 7 Sun Plant moon (J. S. &. I). 420 en tertained the 5th District meeting in a manner that gave eredit to the tribe and to the town. Those present expressed a desire to linger longer in the forest, but true to the instinct of the red man they became restless and broke camp after electing officers for the next six moons, which are as follows: I). W. Hardee, Sachem; J. V. Pais n. of Uoniio'kc Tribe, Senior Sagamore; Rev. J. A. McClure. Junior Sagamore; J. M. Dangston. of Hoanoke Tribe, Prophet; 0. F. Tankersley, ('.of U.;.l. W. dill, i. of ; J. M. Taylor, of Roanoke Tribe. O. of F.; ('has. V. Davis. 1st San nat; L. IS. Fdmonson, of Roanoke Tribe, 2nd Sana at. I'. F. Tankersly was elected to repre sent Mohawk Tribe No. 58 in the Ureal Council of North Carolina,, which meets in PJi7aheth city in May. Our home tribe are on the war-path and scalping pale faces. One Conductor Helped Back to Work. Mr. Wilford Adams is his name, ami he writes: "1 was confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism and used twobottlesof Foley's Kidney Remedy with good effect. The third bottle put me on my Feet and I re sumed work as conductor on the Lexington, Ky., Street Railway. It. will do all you claim in cases of rheiimat ism. It clears the blood of uric acid. Sold by all druggists. Obituary. Henry Clay Kittrell.son of Futon Hun ter and Kosa IV Kittrell. whs born in (Iranville county, N. (',., January 27th, 1844. Died near Fureka Springs, Ark.. February 'JJnd, ltll. Me was the youngest and the last id a family of eleven children, was a Confederate sol dier, and received a wound from which he never entirelv recovered. In eases of i leiiinn! ism relief (roui print makes sleep mid list Jmps-mU,. This mav be ohtaintd by applying Ch.itiiheihiiu'i Lini- ; lilent. For side by all den I. is PORT OF 1HE CONDITION The First National Bank, at Henderson, in theState of North Cnroliu.-i. t close of hilaiinesx. M.-iich 7. 1!11. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts fJ'.lT. I Iverdrufts, secured and unseeiired :i C. S. Itonds to secure circulation.. "iO, Premiums on C. S. Itonds ltauk'u k house, furniture ami fix tures To Cither real estate owned 4, Due from National l'.anks ( not re serve agents) 1 2. Due from approved reservea-reiits 14. Cheeks and other I'asli Items 1 I. Notes of ot her Nat ion., I Hanks . . 1. Fractional pa per currency, nickels .oris '.i.l !cM.r'7 j 0no.no ' (too 00 'no.no 1 7r' 00 777. 01 7 7 J r.'.s ru 2oo lie and cents.... Lawful Money Iteserve in Hunk. Viz: Spnie 1 1 ."i.O."..", I'Kal-tender notes.... s.OOO. Itedemption fund with C. S. Treas urer (." iercent. of circulation) :17.72 23. 1 55.(HI ;u).nti Total. 4r,.r,.n,s7.59 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.... Surplus fund 1'ndivided profits, less and taxes naid ?50. 12 .()0 .00 ono 7.U. oo. 00 47 no expenses National Hank notes outstanding Due to other National hanks. Due to State Banks and Hankers Due to approved reserve amenta . i s 7'.f ;to 1 7 7 individual deposits, subject to check -jU Time certificates of deposit II Cashier's Checks outstanding Total - l ,,w;. -.. Stte of North ( au..i . .. 'rn ? rv .i 1 .. 1.. j 0 1. S. T. I'.-.t. . 1 , tli uiiove earned bank, do s..l.,i, .,. r that, the above statement is tin.. i. 0... i-st of my knowl edge and fiehel'. S. T. PEACE. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to l-fore me tLi 13th dav of Man-li. l'.Ml. T T. HICKS. Notarv Public Correct Attest. W. D. BURWELL, ) I. A. KELLY. Directors. HTVPV Tt-TJV 1 NOTICE. SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES. It AMI BY VIHTUE OF THE TAX list of tbi' Town of Henderson, for i the year 1 !!(. which is in my Lands for col lection, 1 shall, on Monday, May 1st, 191 1, sell by public auction at the Court House door in Henderson. X. C , the following lot or pap-els of land situated in the town of Henderson, to satisfy the tx v-s due thereon, belonging to and I its ted by the parties named Itelow, to-wit: WHITE. NAME TA X EH CjSI TOTAL j b. H. Cb essoin, 1 town ! lot 8 U0 $1 25 f 05 .Mrs. r. I j- r.varm, J town lot. J 00 1 25 7 25 J. D. Clapton, 1 town lot 7 05 1 25 S 9 Lehman Brou., 1 town lot 1 I Oo 1 25 14 25 COLORED. Paul Alston, 1 town lot 5 00 1 25 6 25 Eil Alston, 2 town lot 5 25 1 45 (5 70 ( has. Uraine.l town lot, 1 50 1 25 2 75 Anthony Rulloek, 1 to-vn lot 7 53 1 25 8 80 Taylor Bullock, 1 town lot 3 1(1 1 25 4 35 Peter Bullock, 1 town lot 1 0O 1 25 2 23 Willie Burwell, 1 town lot 1 00 1 25 2 25 .1. M. Brvaut, 1 town lot 3 50 1 25 4 75 Elijah Clarke, 1 town lot 1 5(1 1 25 2 75 Minervu Fogtj, 1 town lot 3 00 1 25 4 25 John (Jill, 1 town lot.. 5 no 25 ii 25 Susan (irceii. 1 town lot, 3 5(1 1 23 4 75 Win. (ireen.l town lot 2 52 1 25 3 77 J. R. Harris, 1 town lot 7 35 1 25 10 (id J. U. Harris, bid. l!to:i 2 00 Silvia Cofirall, 1 town lot.. 1 00 1 25 2 25 Sol Martin, 1 town lot 50 1 25 1 75 Sandy Martin, 1 town lot 1 85 1 25 3 lO Jennet t. Hargrove, 1 town lot 3 50 1 25 4 75 CI rant W. Haw kins, 1 town lot 3 OO 1 25 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 Head rick, 1 1 town lot 50 1 25 1 75 Lottie Hodge, 1 town lot 4 OO 1 25 5 25 Thaddius Jackson, 1 town lot, 3 00 1 25 4 25 J. W. Long, I town lot, (i 75 1 25 8 00 Peter Mitchell, Jr., 1 I town lot 5 75 1 45 7 20 Willis Mtdlory, I town i lot 2 00 1 25 3 25 Thos. W. Hobersoii, 1 town lot 5 30 1 25 ( 55 Jus Rodgers, 1 town lot 4 10 1 25 5 25 Roxnmm Reavis, 1 town lot 2 50 1 25 3 75 ; Henry Satter.vliite, 1 j town lot 4 J)5 1 25 20 ("has. Sneed, estate, 1 town lot 1 00 1 27 2 25 A. B. Tiinnious, 1 town lot 1 50 1 25 2 75 John Rovster, 1 town lot 2 25 1 25 3 50 Bill Southerland, 1 town lot 4 75 1 25 (; 00 Will Southerland, 1 town lot 7 00 1 25 8 25 Jus. II. Taylor. 1 tow n lot 4 00 1 25 5 25 C. S. Vnim, 1 town lot 8 no I 25 U 25 W II. Wan I. 1 .own lot 5(10 125 (! 25 Ahhy Weaver, 1 town lot... 4 Oil 1 25 5 25 Sam Webb, 1 town lot 5 50 I 25 0 75 Berry Williams, 1 town lot 2 15 1 25 3 40 Bell VYilliillllS, 1 town lot r. O0 1 25 0 25 John A . Wurtham, 1 town lot 5 75 1 23 7 00 It. P Wyche, 1 town lot 1 r,0 1 25 2 75 Bettie J. Young, 1 town lot 1 50 1 25 2 73 M. M. Peace, 1 town lot. 4 00 1 25 5 25 Isaac Harris. 1 town lot 1 r.o t 25 2 75 J. P. Jeffreys, 1 town lot.. '. 3 00 1 25 4 25 S. P. Kearney estate. 1 town lot, 190!). lyio r.O 125 175 Persons whose names ami property nppcnr in t he above notice can govern themselves accordingly thereto. The above properly will lie sold for pnyment of taxes as above set forth, unless payment is made before day of sale. This, April 1st, Mill. W. II. WESTER, Tax Collector of Town of Henderson. NOTICE. T HAVE THIS DAY QUALIFIED AS AD minist rator of the estate of Allen P. Eaton, late of Williamshoro, who dep uted this life in Philadelphia, Pa., Fein-nary 28, 1911. All persons having claims agitinst his estate are requested to present them to me forthwith, duly verified. If not present ed within twelve months this notice will bo pleaded in bar of their recovery. This. March 30th, 1911. T. T. HICKS. Administrator of Allen p. Eaton. LARGEST LINE OF SILK HOSE, in the city, from 5oc. up. BEAUTIFUL LINE OF Debutante Silks- just in. Call and See The nil MRS. MISSIIXIER. NOTICE. 111 AVE THIS PAY QUALIFIED A EX ciutor of th will of Mrs Mary .M. Col lins, deceased, ltefore the Cbrk of I lie Su te nor Court of Var.ee couufy. and this is to ll tify all tsoiis l.ul.line; cbiiuts auiust , said estate Ut present the same to nie on or before th 11th diy tf April, 1012. or this . notice wil be plend' tl in bur ot recovery of nan e. Persons indebted to her estate are requested to make immediate sett'emettt This, 11th April. Ull. j THOS. A. STEED. Executor Mrs. Mary M. Collins. Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF I'OWER CONFERRED on me by a De.l in Trust roiu Wil liam Pace ami H. .1. Young ImCui Iw-r 11, 1Vj. recorded in Book ly, pai?t271, de fiult having leen made in theyeytiient, at -he reqnest of the holder ot the note?, aud .- of the deb'ors also, I shall sell for cash l the court bouse door in Henderson, on Monday, May 15, 1911, the following lrti'd. tovvitr Rep-it. at the in tersection of Stone Hill stret-t aud (irovr Hill ami run along drove Hill utreet Hl leet; thence X. Ml4 W. 107'j feet: thence X. 15t W. CO feet; thence X. E loo f-f ginning. This. 11th April. 1111. U. U. HARRIS. Trustee. A man's face is an index to his character and life. Keep your face clean. "THE LADIES STORE." NOTICE. SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES. BY AUTHORITY OF LAW 1 SHALL sell by public Auction at the Court house door in Henderson, Vance t-owoty. X. C. on Monday, May 1st, 1911, the lauds mentioned below. orso tuuch there- l of as may lie necessary to satisfy the t.-tien thereon for the year 1'JlO. J. S ROYS TER, Sheriff of Vance County. HENDERSON TOWNSHIP. WHITE. NAME. TAXES COST TOTAL R. E Be viii, 20 acres... 9 74 125 P. E. Blake, 1 lot 50 1 25 David Carter. 1 lot (JO 125 C. S. Cat let t, 1 lot, 4 05 1 25 Mrs. Alice Ellington, 37 acres 2 15 1 25 Mrs P. L. Evans. 1 lot 0 4 0 1 25 Yancey Fitlkner, Va acre 3 82 1 25 Mrs. Sail ie Falkner, 1 acre 1 OS 1 25 Samuel Faulk, 2 lots... 8 53 I 25 John Johnson, 3 acres 1 39 1 25 J. D. Overton. 4 acres.. 50 1 23 COLORED. Paul Alston, 1 lot. 07 1 2.1 lioliert. Rlount 1 lot IT. 1 '.ri Charles Branie, 1 lot... 1 OH 1 James M. Bryant . 1 lot 4 05 1 Lina Carroll", 1 lot 2 0s I Hen Cracker, 1 lot 1 t:t 1 v:". Duck Davis, 1 lot 0 10 1 25 Zack Davis, 3 acres 2 50 1 25 Minervu Fogr, 1 lot.... Ji 2.1 1 25 (iilliam Worthain, est., 3 acres 1 03 1 25 Susan Green, 1 lot 3 70 1 25 Wm. tt. (ireen.l lot 2 71 1 25 .1. It. Harris. 1 lot S 1M 1 25 Henry Hawkins. 1 lot.. (5 52 1 25 l.en Henderson, 1 lot... 3 70 1 25 doe Hockaday, 1 lot 0 40 1 25 John Hodge. 10 acres.. 5 00 125 Kim; Jenkins, 1 lot 1 87 1 25 Cephas Jones, 4 a re .. 5 20 1 25 Masonic Lodsre, 1 lot... ' !18 1 25 J. W. Lontf. 1 lot, 7 ".4 1 25 Sandy Martin, 1 lot 1 08 1 25 Hill Southerland, 1 lot 5 38 1 25 James H. Tavlor, 1 lot, 4 31 1 25 Abby Weaver. 1 lot 4 31 1 25 Lilly Wimhush, 5 acres 1 OH 1 25 Belle Williams, 1 lot.... "1 3S 1 25 Berrv Williams, 1 lot... 2 32 1 25 Hilliard Williams. 1 lot, 9 17 1 25 John Wort ham. 1 lot.. M 40 125 Bettie J Young, 1 lot.. 1 63 1 25 J. 1. JeffrcHs, 1 lot 3 23 1 25 A. B. Timmona. 1 lot.. 1 03 1 25 S. P. Kearney estate, 1 lot ". 20 1 25 Moses M Peace, 1 lot. . 8 00 1 25 KITTItELL TOWNSHIP Isaac Crudup, 83 acres. 5 23 1 25 Tiddy Davis, Vi acre 105 125 Thos. Floyd. 10 acres 152 125 Bessie Green. 20 acres.. 3 45 1 25 Ann Hunt, 7 acres 72 1 25 Charlie I'luuimer, !) acres 05 1 25 J. H. (Jilbreath estate, 40 acres 3 14 125 H. W. Hunt. 28 acres.. 3 37 1 25 H. W. Hunt, agent, 02 acres 5 75 1 25 WILLI AMSBOKO TOWNSHIP. Nathan B. Perry, 47 acres 2 11 1 25 Moses Jeffre.vs, 2 acres.. 3 12 1 25 Jack Marrow, 2 acres. 2 17 1 25 Vinie Pettiford,3 acres 44 1 25 TO WNS V I LLK T OWNSHIP. George Bullock, 1 lot... 85 1 25 MIDDLKBUItG TOWNSHIP. Thos T. Hester, 02 acres 3 05 1 25 W. A Weddin. 2 lots 0 22 1 25 Dick Davis and J . John son, 28 1-5 acre." 1 28 1 25 SANDY CREEK TOWNSHIP. Lueiiuly ltoyster. 33Vi acres 2 84 1 25 Jim Wilson, 4 acres 4 10 1 25 Jim Wilson, bal. 1900.. 175 125 S. P. Kearney estate, 2 13 1 25 Martha Balthrop, Vs 65 1 25 5 04 3 00 j 0 43 ' t i i 5 04 7 71 7 24 3 12 5 54 0 03 8 70 2 03 0 63 5 50 5 50 2 33 0 03 3 57 10 42 7 71 2 88 4 48 2 88 1 51 0 34 6 48 2 30 2 77 3 70 1 97 2 20 4 39 4 62 7 00 3 36 4 37 3 42 1 69 2 10 4 30 7 47 2 53 4 O-.l 5 41 3 00 3 38 1 90 ftRAND THEATRE V B S. ARONSON, Manager. ' Tuesday, April 18th. Frederick Thompson's Oivn Original New York proline i hi POLLY OF THE CIRCUS" cc IDA ST. LEON ai "POLLY." ! with a Company of No table Players and Five Big Circus Acts 1 Exactly as presented at the Liberty Theatre, New York, for one year. A play for mothers, fathers, sis-; ters, sweethearts, wives and , children. i NOTICE. The S:ate of North i .ti.il.t.a to Vernon Hock CiHEETIM;: Take notice that your wn'e, I-ua Hock, has this day hegnu au action against you in ! the Superior Court ofVsi.ce county for di-vor.-e absolute. The mine is retnriiutil to May Term 1911 of Paid Court. Is-piiming the 11th Monday after the 1st Monday in March. I 1011. ( ompiaint already fih-d. You must appear and :tiier said crtmplaint at said : term or the pl-tint iff mill demand jtnlgmeiit for tiie r-liet nfor-said demanded in said complaint l'. ..rd. r of the Court w-iiiv nl the summons lit td- by plllil.;i:ioij thereof four Weeks. April "jth. l!I I HENRY PERRY. Clerk of tt ieii(n(ir ( ourt of am e Coiin- tt. N ( - ' Xp Tl.e rfcei.t I rouble nt Annapolis ' ann nvc-r a Mi-.- I5.t-rs. To mieai beers lirt cau.s-cj a frreat in. my rows -and a rcuid denl of forming imong! those who missed. " , i i I fS )i I j jjjjy "wis" jj Boyden & Tilt SAMUEL WATKIN NOTICE. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IX my hands from the Superior Court of Vumv county issued upon a judgment of Col. Tftos. Ii. Jones. J. 1, in an attachment proceeding against. (in en Evans, I shall sell for cash hy public auction to the highest bidder at the. Court House door in Hender son, N. C, on First Monday in May, 191 1, (lieinsr May 1st) the ripht,. title and in terest being one undivided half interest, sub ject to the life estate therein of his mother Airnes Evans in aud to a tract, of land in Williaiusboro township. Vance county, con taining thirty-one acres more or less, ad joining the lands of Mrs. J. 1.. Kelly, Mrs. Jno. W Kelly, (ieo B. Ilrtrris ami other?, being the Amies Evans dower. This 7 1 h March. 1911. J(H. S . UoYsTEIt. .Sheriff e County N. C. Notice of Summons and Warrant of Attach ment. NOItTIl CAROLINA. I n t he Superior Court, Vance Coi ntv. May Term, 191 1. II. T. Morris, W J. Alston, B. (1. Allen. F. E. Schroeiler and U. (i. Burronuhs, trailing as W. J. Alston & 'o.. Against St rat ton K Bragg Co The defendant above named will take no tice t hat a summons in the above entitled action was isKued against, it on the 5th day of April, 1911, by the nndersitriicd for the recovery of the sum o Four II n mire. I and Fifteen dollars, due lite plaintiff by the de fendant for overcharge on four automobiles and commissions on one automobile as per wi it fen contract :iad breach thereof by de fendant, whieh is returnable on thi 22nd day of May, 191 1, to I he SiiperiorCourt of Vance County, N. C, at a Court, to be held in hh derson, N . C., at the above name, I 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 xiounties, which warrant is returnable at the time ami place above named for the return of the summons, when ami where the defendant is required to appear and answer or demur to the com plaint of the plaintiff, or the relief demanded will be granted. This, 1st dav of April. 1 91 1 HENRY I'ERRY, Clerk Superior Court Vance Co. Henry T. Powki.i., Attorney for Plaintiff. Read and advertlmr in Gold l.nat. 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