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HENDEUSON GOLD LEAF, HENDERSON.fNC., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911.
LP Absolutely Puro HAKES HONE BAKING EASY llllIP and wholesome than the ready made found at the shop or grocery. toy ml Cook Book BOO Racapfm-Froo. Sand Mamc Addrema. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOflK. Puts Wife in Eve's Class. It'termiii.'l to keep hit wife, a prominent eluh woman, from leaving tin- houn Michel Maraah, of Tren ton, N. .1., burned all of Iter clothes ami Jcft her without a pirment to wear. I'atrolman Miilone was at tracted by the cries of the wife and found the husband in. the yard sup ei viainfr the cremation of her cloth ing. He was taken to the Second District Station and after promising to provide clothing for his wife was allowed to go. - Reports indicate that it takes two Lobbies to make one "harem" skirt. JUilPI I. Can't Work When you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work, and are tired, discouraged and miserable, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health. Not by doping with strong drugs, but by the gentle, tonic action, of pure vegetable herbs. The Woman's Tonic Mrs. L. N. Nicholson, of Shook, Mo., writes: "Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was unable to do any work. I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very mucli I can do the most of my housework now. "I can't say tod much for Cardui, it has done so much for me." Your druggist sells Car dui Get a bottle today. -4 Wood's Grass AND Clover Seeds ui!' ttu best quality, new crop sfels, of tt'sted (Termination. We -:trry the hinrt'st stock in the South, unt can supply your needs to tli very best advantage. Special Grass and Clover cir cular triviiivT best methods of ptep aiation, st edinjr, vie, free on re-ii.-t. Our Descriptive Catalogue j'iv"s the fullest information about Glasses, Clovers and all Farm Seeds. Write for Catalogue ami SpivUil (.Jiass Circular. T. W. Wood & Sens, Seedsmen, RICHMOND, . VA. Wood's Trade Mark Brand Gras, Clover uul ottnr Farm Seeds ai t- ami c-lvii.i.st quulities Ills j-oll lf t jir. -uio -much letter ItotU In nu;lliv r ':rininattn than tlia ir.li:;tory market ? tmies. First Class Farm Implements You save Labor. Time and Money when yon buy Imple ments that wear well &nl work well. The kind that we sell. 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 aw headquarters for V. Crimp and other Roofing. Hat Fencing, Barb Wire, Poultry Netting, etc. Write for Descriptive Catalog and prices on any supplies or Farm Im plements you require. The Implement Co, 1302 Ea,t Main St, FiCHMONP - - VIRGINIA. Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts and the food is finer more tasty, cleanly What the Kidneys Do. Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us Strong and Healthy. All the blood in the body passes through the body once every three min utes. The kidneys filter the blood. They work night and day. When healthy tbey remove about 500 grains of impure matter daily, w hen unhealthy some part of this impure matter is left in the blood. This brings on many diseases and symptoms pain in th j back, head ache, nervousness, hot, dry skin, rheu matism, gout, gravel, disorders of the eyesight and hearing, dizziness, irregu lar heart, debility, drowsiness, dropsy, deposits in the urine, etc. But if you keep the filters right you will have no trouble with your kidneys. Mrs. II. A. Draper, 229 Pettigrew street. Henderson, N. (J., says: "'I do not hfKitate to recommend Doan's Kid ney Tills, as I know them to be u rem edy of merit for the purposes for which their use is intended. Last spring I had an attack of kidney complaint and I was feeling miserable when I began using Doan's Kidney Tills. They soon re lieved me aud I have not hud any need of a l.idney medicine since.'' For sale by all dealers. Trice 50 rents Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the I'nited States. Remember the nan e Doan's and take no other. The Nin th ( 'arolina. Baptist Young People' Knion convention is to be in He8ion nt Stnt 'sville April 18th to Oih and the program for the thivv d;i vs is just completed and in cludes an unusually large number of denominational works in nnd out of the State as speakers. Included are Southern Secretary L. P. Lnv-ll, President W. L. Potent of Wake For est College, Prof. .1. Henry High smith, Baptist Convention Secretary E. I j. Middleton, and others. The indications are said to be that the reports of progress for the year will be very gratifying. Eczema Cure A Beauty Wash. Although D. D. D. Prescription has been recog'iized for years as the one remedy fo' Kczema, Psoriasis, and all other forms of skin diseases, it is now known that there is no other wash.even those used by the beauty specialists, that can compare with this mild liquid for cleansing the skin of pimples, blackheads, rah, nnd all similar skin affections. For this reason alone, a bottle of D.I), I), should be kept on hand in every house hold. A trial 25c bottle will show you the merits of this great remedy as a com plexion wash. D. D. D. seems to remove the cause, whatever the trouble may be, cleansing the skin, and leaving it as soft, as smooth aud clear as that of a healthy child. (5et a 25e bottle today and keep it in the house. W. V. Parker. Mrs. Heavydebt Horace, why do you always search the sky with your tiehl-glasses before you start for the city? Mr. Ileavydebt Wfll there might lx wmif of t hose wretched aeroplane writ-servers hovering about. Lon don Opinion. FiiU-y Kidney Tills con tain in eon ;iitra tl form iiiKietlients of established tbera nutie value for the relief and cure of nil kid nev nnd hlttddcr ailments. Toley Kidliey Tills are nut ixrt if, tonic nnd reMorstive. Kefti.se nnlisti lutes. Sold hy all ilruugiHtn. - . Worthless Husband Going to leave me, ure you, Moll, Didn't you take ine for better or worse? Long Suffering Wife Yes, but yon nre ab solutely the worst. I didn't take you for that. Chicago Tribune. Inflammatory Rheumatism Imme uiately Relieved. Morton I, Hill, of 1a1.iiui-ii. Ind., shvh "My wife had Inflammatory llheumatism in every inusel and joint: lier suffering was terrihlc and lier body nnd face were swollen ulniost Iteyond recognition: liad tieeu in led for six weeks a..d had eijrht physieians. Imt received no lienetit until she tried Hit. DKT ClloN S KKI.IKK FOl: UHK1MAT1SM. It Kave immediate relief and she was able to walk about in three days. I am sure it saved her life." Sold by V. Tarker. drug jrist je 1 " . - m - Time rola us of many things, but wounds our vanity tirst by introduc ing wrinkles and t he double chin. - . When a medicine uiuet le given to young children ir ehould l pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Tough Remedy is made from loaf sugar, and the roots used in its prepara tion give it a flavor eimiliar to maple syrup, making it pleasant to take. It has no supe rior for colds, croup and whooping rough. For sale by all dealers. The Wilmington Star thinks that "a town's best asset is a bunch of men who have money, euterprise aud public spirit. A man who establishes an enterprise which enables many other people to make a living while he wakes something on their labor, is a desirable citizen and public bene factor. The mau who has a payroll to meet is not a theoretical but a practical booster." As to Judge Adams' Successor. Governor Kitchin will have the ap point men t of the succssor fo Judge Joseph S. Adams, who died sudden ly ut Warrenton last Sunday morn ing, an account of which appais elsewhere in this paper. It is stated that the selection will have to le from among the lawyers of tht fif teenth judicial district, which n com posed of Buncombe. Transylvania, and Madison counties. There is no indication as yet as to who the prob able appointee will lie. It is a significant fact that back in August, 1008, Governor Glenn ap pointed Judsre J. I). Murphy to this judgeship to succeed the late Judge Fred Moore ami that Jiuige Aoanis. who was an activecandidat" for that appointment, went into the judicial district convention later in the fall and defeated Judge Murphy for the Democratic nomination, succeeding him on the bench after the regular election. Now it is being said by many that it would be a logical course for Gov ernor Kitchin to give this appoint ment to Judge Murphy. I he ap pointment will have to be, it is paid. from among the lawyers who vere for Craig and against Kitchin in the gubernatorial contest three years ago, Craig being an Asheville man, that whole section was for him State Senator Martin of Asheville is leing mentioned as an especially "shining mark" for the judu i d ap pointment in the event he would ac cept it. The crowded condition of dockets of courts of the State and overworked status of the Superior court judges generally makes it pret ty certain that an appointment; win be made with the least possible tfelay Young Man So Miss Ethel is your oldest sister. Y ho conifs after her. Small Brother Nobody ain't come yet, but pa says the first fellow that comes can have her. Beauty of Color Painting. Nice shades of color like L. & M. Tuxedo Yellow or Silver Gray, and solid brim of Olive orShaker Green, both orna ment and wear, when used by adding of a gallon of Oil to each gallon of the L. A: M. colors as produced at ractory. then the paint costs only about $ !.(() per gallon because the user himself makes about half the paint used, and reduces cost by adding the Oil. 1 hirty-nve years use in In. A. & S. A. Our sales agent is Melville Dorsey. What the "Ad" Means. The advertisements in a newspa per, if the merchant means what he says, are a very valuable part of the inper to the readers. 1 h rough them the people can learn where they can secure bargains and thus save them selves money. For this le.isnii the merchant who has bargains to offer and who always doen by the custom er just as he advertises that he will do, is the man whose ads are read With interest, and v1h is sought when the readers wish to buy. The roHperotis merchant, when he has bargains to offer, advertises the fact to the people because he wishes them to come ar.d see him; nnd then he does just as he advertised to do. People are alwaj's looking for bar gains, l nis teing so, it is the part of wisdom for all of the merchants and business men of Henderson, who wish to increase their trade, to get in the columns of the Gold Leaf, and eep a live, working "ad" in its col umns every week and by this means ieep his name, business and bargains constantly before the people. Don't be Hoodwinked into the la?lief that Lead and Oil hand mixed is either as cheap or as good a I'ure paint made by modern machinery 1 be Analysis and Gurarantee on everv can of ULiTJu tells its own tale. Ilave you seen it? Farmers Are Feeling It. The farmers are feeling now as nev er before the high cost of living which hns been a sore subject for yenrs with the salaried people of iln cities. The wise fanner raises to a very great extent the things tlmt go upon his table and it is not high priced provisions that causes the farmer worry. Farm animals and farm machine' are sky hih com pared with the prices a few years ago; labor is the same. The man who purchases a. farm today must pay almost as much to properly stock ami equip the place as he pays for the land. Good mules cost an v where from $;$()) to $i) a piece. In fact no horse or mule of sufficient size for steady work on a farm can Iw pur chased for less than $17 and $200. Cows, hogs, and other farm stt ck are almost as high in proportion. PILES CURED. Pit A. I I'IIAM S ELK! TTAItY will t'UUE he piles, uo matter how Iouk you have suf sred It will eradicate the disease from the y stem FORK VKlt, SATISFACTION, or your money RACK. At Thomas Brothers', Henderson. N 1. at Coca Cola Wins Big Fight. The caseoi the government against ''forty barrels and twenty kegs of coca cola." which has leen pending in the Federal Court for some time, has just teen decided in favor of the Atlanta leverage. In passing on a motion for peremptory instructions Judge Sanford held that caffeine is not an added or deleterious ingre dient of the leverage. He overruled the motion on points relating to the misbranding feature of the allega tion, but counsel for the government moved to dismiss, without prejudice, the case on these points. A verdict was returned in favor of the defense. Federal counsel entered a motion of appeal to the United States ein ni court at I incinnati. The coca cola case bus le- u .n . .i the most important ever 1 1 f- ,i the Federal court in tb- S-mthaud the cost of the litigat t iwn et.or tnous. It is said ti nt 5 Jou.000 will not cover the expense. Both ides have had experts from all sections of the country, the most eminent scien tists, principally chemists and physi cians. The government has spared no expense in the effort to prove ita contentions and the coca cola people have been equally liberal in securing expert testimony. mm ! IT GROWS HAIR. Here Are Facts We Want You to Proye at Our Risk. Marvelous as it may seem, "O-'J Hair Tonic has grown hair on heads that were once bald. Of course, in none of these eases were t.h hair root dead, nor bad tb scalp taken oa a glazed, sionv appearance. Ilexall "93'' Hair Tonic arts i-c en- tifically, destroying the germs which are usually responsible for baldness, It penetrates to the roots of the hair, stimulating and nourishing them It is a most pleaant toilet necessity, is delicately perfumed, and will not gum tir permanently stain the hair. We want vou to get a bottle of Rexnll 4M.T' Hair Tonic and use it as directed. If it does nor, relieve scalp irritation, remove dandruff prevent the hair from falling out and promote an increased growth of hair, and in every way give entire sfttisfaet ion, simply come back and tell us, and without question or for mality we will hand back to you every penny you p-iid u for it. Two siz-s. fiOc. and $1.00. Sold only at our store I he Uexall Store. . N l'arker. Big Cotton Acreage This Year. In Texas, which State has suffered so severely from drought- in recent years, the rains have leen practical ly beneficial, districts having receiv ed adequate moisture which have not been so favored in a long time. Ac cording to all report, there will be a general and extensive increase in acreage over the entire cotton lielt The purchase of fertilizers show a marked increase over last year and there has also been a big demand for mules and agricultural implements Planting has nlreadv been legun iu the more southern potions of the belt and cotton is up in parts of southern lexas. as well as in Louis iana nnd other Gulf States. The Buyer's Creed. In a recent issue of the Tradesman appearMl the following statement of reasons why a citizen should buy in hi home city. In one of the cities of the smaller class this motto has been posted iu st reet cars and in moving picture shows: I BUY AT HOME Because my interests are here. B -cause the community that is good enough for me to buy in. Because 1 lelieve in transacting business with my friends. Because-1 want to see the goods. Because I want to get what I buy when I paj for it. Because mv home dealer carries me when I nm run short. Reach Out For Business. ( Wilmiugtnn Dispatch.) The business that is not advertis ed these days is going to lag behind in the race, and sooner ami hiier will be s far behind that it will eith er have to drop out altogether, or merely crawl along. These days the South is throbbing with energy nnd the spirit of progress is rracking in the air. No longer is the South merely a great farming land, with storts, banks and otlices, but. it is a big manufacturing garden and is go ing to be the manufacturing center. So competition, along with such in dustry, is get ting to lie a decidedly live issue. Such competition is being felt in everv branch of business and one of the chief assets of accomplish ment is advertising. He is not sav ing anything because surely he must labor under such impression, but he i really losing his money. He may not be losing on hi business, but he is not making the money that could be made, and sooner or later Iih is going to feel such perhaps, in cru-d - mg manner. 1 he alert advertiser is the man who gets the business and thepefore makes the money and the fellow who stops advertising during a dull season is lacking many of the finer essenlialsof theshrewd business man. Wlteu business gets dull why quit advertising? Reach out for bus iness and you will get it. Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Hours. Pit. PETITION'S RELIEF FOR RHEU MATISM usually relieves severest rases in a few hours. : Its action upon the system is re markable and effective It removes the ennse nnd a the dise.-ise quickly disnjipears. first , i.c leii tits. Toe nnd ft. OO. Sold ty W. W. I'urker, druggist. je 1 The Leifirdatnre two venr nun Dashed nn net deanmed to nrohihit chit kens from running at large, but there was some misunderstanding of the exact meaning of t he statute. The recent Legislature, however, hf-8 made I he law plain, so that one can be indicted for iermitl iny his chick- ens to roam at large, even if they commit no depredations. 1 he act puts chickens along with cattle. When it comes to destrovinsr irar- dens and small truck a gang of chick ens will rank with the cow or hog. Succeed when everything else fcdls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the 6upreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Foley's Pills Vhat 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 bates, ana restore health and strength. Refuse substitutes For SaJe by all Druggists. lEaa H Needle Found in Baby's Arm. (Stutesville Landmark ) While Mrs. A. P.. Rives was bathing her baby boy, r her home on Went front street one day last week, her hand Htruck something nharp on the baby's bare arm and on investigation f-he found that the sharp point was that of an or dinary sewing needle, which was drawn from the child's fleeh without apparent pain. The needle showed si ens. of having been in the child's arm for pome time, hut how nnd when it got there is not known. The arm nhowed no pigns of soreness about the place where the needle was found and while the child in too young to have told of the pain, it had at no time indicated in any w ay that it was in pain. It is possible that the needle was swallowed hy the child, lodged iu the throat and worked its w ay down the arm, but it is more reason able to suppose that it entered the arm from the other si le and worked throuch the tender flesh until the point wms exposed. Rocky Mount officers are 1 oking for a smart young man who worked that town under the name f A. F White. He showed a innrnz:i.e, a china plate and a photograph of a china set of 30 pieces. The maireyi'-e for a year and the ob-piece chin : all for $1.80. Business, es(i.i:i vj among the ladies, was vry-brisk, nnd in the few days he spent in Rocky Mount it is estimated that be took in nbout f 1,000. lie gave a receipt for subscriptions in the nam" of a publishing house that has no existence. Tuberculosis has a second time in vaded the fine dairy herd at the State hospital for the insane at Hal eigh, and a number of line Holstein cows have had to be killed as a con sequence. It is feared that a number of others among the forty odd cat tle the institution has have become infected. It was only two years a o that u .herd of nearlj 50 fine cows belontrhwr to the same institution be came similarly infected and had to be ) killed. (Jeorge Washington was the "Father of His Country" all right, but that Montana woman has thir teen children, each under five years of age, is coming mightv near being the Mother of Her Country. On Easter Monday APRIL 17th, AT THE Grand Theatre. ii 1 ... . ' . Willie Wallett, 13he Henderson Kid. WMaM,BgttJflL'gilrl Try One of Our Coiintry Style Mams, AT 19 CENTS THE POUNDS Melrose Flour The City Grocery Co, PHONE 45. Agents for Chase & Sanborn's Coffee and Teas. v. --s iv; a& C FILUMBIMG:-: 7 I have employed a now prepared to do all kinds of C . :-: FliUMlBEMG, On short notice and in first-clas3 manner. Prices as reasonable as good work and material will jus tify. Repair work a specialty, AU work ( guaranteed, ft Prompt and courteous attention to all business. L VWork Solicited Upon Merit. 00. IR. FUJTH&EIUL Next Door to Henderson Grocery Co. "Lame Leg Well" I wish to say that I have used Sloan's Lini raent on a lame leg that has given me much trouble for six months. It was so baa tnat l couldn't walk sometimes for a' week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they aU did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. Good for Athletes. - Mr. K. Gilman, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox bury, Mass., says : I have used SIOAM'S I with great success in cases of ex treme fatigue after physical exer tion, when an ordinary rub-down would not make any impression." Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu matism, Neural gia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Pric8S,25c.,50c.&1.00 Sloan's book on ' orse, cattle, sheep 2nd poultry sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Kasa., XT. S. A. gjL?jgij!jja.-Liir! $5.75 Per Barrel. 'J 3 a 3! 3 a competent man and MirEOT It f -4 f TME 'POOR AND WINDOWS' WE CARRY EVERYTHING WARE. FROM THE WIRE SCREEN ON THE FRONT DOOR T(! THE OUTMUt. KIMUU UN lilt, YOUR HOUSE OR. BUILDING, IF PROPERLY Hard WARED." WILL BE MUCH MORE HANDSOME THAN IF (H GIVE NO CARE TO THE KIND WHEN ITS ANYTHING IN HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT. W ATKINS HARDWARE CO. WWW wVwWVwWWV o O To Telephone a Telegram O the Western Union, say: o o If you wish to transmit a telegram o o o o o o o o o o o o o o the Western Union omce ny Telephone, SIMPLY SAY: 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. tZrAre You A Telephone Subscriber ? Home Telephone ICOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WE SELL Standard Sewing Machines. A New Thing The Central Needle Idea. Pianos and Organs, House Furnishing Goods. Henderson Furniture Company. R. I. Satterwtilte, Manager. EASTER IS NEAR AT HAND i. Henderson Lighting &IPower Co. Ilenderson, N. C. ' Eye Strain Causes Headache. H. W. MIXON, If you buy a it is worth the 60RBITT BUGGY "V THE CORBITT BUGGY CO- HENDERSON. N. C. "7 " " 1 1 11 ( .r: 1 ifsHWN. y .... v fflw 1 X YOU NEED IN BUILDERS' HARl nuniun uuun, OF "TRIMMINGS" YOU USE, VVWvwwwwvvwk;v to PolafTwa m X ClCglcUn. to ( TelegraIn.), name and Telegraph Co. I so sit up and take notice of the Tungsden Incandes ent Electric Lamps, for they arc the light for Eastertide, be cause they give a much strong- ; er light than the ordinary car bon lamp. Their " efficiency ; being 1.2 watts per rami!. ' asainst 3.5 for the oM Hy , i lamp. They arr; for sal- i'' JIM J .'ilJ!lJllUI.l, KBMVtea Glasses p ro p v rly fitted will no doubt relieve you. We fit Glasses and frames, match broken lenses. Jeweler and Optician. at 25 cents a money invest d 4 -f v.