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ELENDKKSON GOLD LEAP, HENDERSON, N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911.
HENDERSON GOLD LEAF ESTABLISHED x88x. GOLD LEAF PUBLISHING COMPART, Owner and Publisher. P. T. Way, Editor and Manager. The editor will not be held responsible for riewa expressed by coi respondents an J con tributors. Entered at the Postofflce at Henderson, X. C, m second class matter. Subscription Price: Per Tear l1- Six Months 75 Payable Always in Advance. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911. No wonder there are so many wed dings in the month of June. The sweet girl graduates are so bewitch ing that the young men suddenly be come powerless to resist longer. A recess for Congress will mean a recess for the people. Every voter should therefore write his represen tative at once and earnestly encour age the recess idea that has just sprung up at Washington. If Congress will just pass the Cana dian Reciprocity bill and the Far mers' Free List bill, that would do for one lesson, and they might then be excused to run and play until the first Monday in December. Every member of the new Chamber of Commerce should pin this in his hat: Henderson has already lost only too many good opportunities for its own upbuilding and growth, and it cannot afford to let another one slip by. The modprn "Sasaiety Column," with which so many newspapers have to be afflicted, might have a better flavor, and would probably be de voured with more relish by the gen eral public, if there was not so much "froth" and "fume" about it. ' Col. R. M. Thillips, of the Greens boro Daily News, will have to be re strained, as he is taking entirely too much liberty in writing about some things. The following from his pen is the limit: "Peekaboo days at last are here the moat transparent of the year." 2Now that the college graduates have come forth on the stage and in their graduating orations and es says solved all the great problems of life, it is next in order for them to go out into the world and tackle their first real problem that of earning their own bread and butter. Can it be possible at this late day that the people of South Carolina are just becoming aroused to a con sciousness of the fact that they are among the transgressors? Anyway the Charleston News and Courier is just now vociferously advocating the planting of fig trees all over the low lands of that State. Wonder how many fathers the ru ral free mail delivery system really has? A news item informs us that "former Congressman William .B. Baker, known as the father of the rural free delivery system, died at his home in Maryland a few days ago." Hon. Tom Watson, of Geor gia, and Marion Butler, of carpet bag-bond fame, both claim thathon orable distinction. The Greensboro Daily News says the slogan of that city now is "Greensboro to Henderson." That la a good slogan not only for the people of Greensboro but for those of almost any other community in North Carolina to adopt. There are doubtless many people in Greensbo ro and other communities in this State and elsewhere who might come to our prosperous and growing city and locate with profit to themselves The farmers of Vance and adjoin ing counties feel a much livelier in terest m the status of the tobacco crop than they are likely to show in the decision of the United States Su preme Court in the case of the so called "tobacco trust." The pres ent rather discouraging outlook for the 1911 tobacco crop amounts to something with the farmer, while he fully understands that the decision of the Supreme Court in this noted case will amount to but little to him. In these days if a man takes dram, or chews tobacco, or 6mokes, or gambles, or swears, or does some thing else equally as bad, he is either snubbed straight out or regarded witn more or less suspicion by the more-holy-than-thou" element o society in his community. But on the other hand, if by mere preference or a desire to do right and be a good example to mankind, he engages in none of these things, all the rest o! ne world is apt to class him as a "goody-goody old hypocrite," and refuse to have very much to do with him. It now appears that one of the chief complaints in Washington against Senator Lonmer, who has o late been very much in the public eye, Is that he neither drinks, chews amoses, dips nor swears, but when he is not busy with his senatorial 9 amies, goes Home and spends his time quietly with his family. These are very grave charges to present against any United States Senator in tnis day nd time, and it is no wonder that the United States Sen ate, in view of them, is vigorously in- Yeetlgatlng Senator Lorlmer. He even a worse man than we had thought, and undoubtedly deserves to go down in ignominy and shame. Messrs. Ashcraft Bros., the pro gressive and wide-awake proprietors and publishers of the Monroe En- quirer, last week issued a large spec ial industrial edition of that paper, setting forth in striking manner the rapid and substantial growth and development of that flourishing little city during the past several years. This publication reflects high credit not only upon the publishers but up on one of the very best and most rapidly growing little cities in the State. Monroe is a good town and deserves all the good things that might be said about it, and there are no better people in the world, outside of Henderson of course. Here are our most hearty congratulations to the Enquirer on the extremely good showing it has made for its town and community, and in this connection we wish to add that nothing in this special edition of the Enquirer has been the least over done. It is all true to life, and many of the handsome cuts presented bring to the mind of this writer very pleasant recollections of Monroe and her good people. The only criticism we have to offer is that some of the cuts of leading citizens fail utterly to do their handsome subjects justice, but this is a fault common to most newspaper cuts, and is not the fault either of the publishers or the sub jects. Have you ever observed how little talent and standing it , takes to be a first class "knocker." You will find that in about nine cases out of every ten the fellow who has accomplished little for himself and done less for the community in which he lives is the one who wants to "knock" every body and everything. When you find that yoyare just bound to give vent to your pent up feelings by do ing some "knocking," get you some sort of an implement and go to the field and knock clods. The best way to keep your place of business free from loafers is to pro vide no chairs, benches, boxes or other reclining and loitering places or them, for it is a known fact that the professional loafer is not very bnd of bearing up his own weight very long at a time on his pedal ex tremities. Tobacco Trust Mast Dissolve. The government on Monday won a sweeping victory over the so-called "to bacco trust" when the Supreme Court of the United States held the American To bacco Company and its allied corpora tions to be operating in violation rjf the Sherman anti-truat law. By directing that the combination be forbidden the privilege of inter-state commerce or be placed in the hands of a receiver unlesa it disintegrates in har mony with the law" within six or, at the most, eight months, the court is regard ed to have dealt with the tobacco cor porations more drastically than with the Standard Oil Company of New Jer sey, wnose dissolution was ordered two weeks ago. Both the first and second sections ol the Sherman anti-trust law have been violated by the so-called tobacco trust according to the court. Not only has it, in the eyes of the court, restrained wronefullv and unlawfully interstate commerce, due it naa attempted to mo nopolize the tobacco business to the m- iurv of the public and of its competitors. hue tne decree was regarded as un usually severe, at the same time there was a touch 01 leniency in not making the combination an outlaw "now." The various elements uf the combination are to be given an opportunity, under the supervision of the United States circuit court for the Southern district ol New York, of re-creating so that there may be brought about a new condition which shall be honestly in harmony with and not repugnant to the law. The opinion ol the court was announc ed by Chief Justice White, who also de livered the opinion oithe court in tne Standard Oil case. The entire court agreed that fhe tobacco combination violated the bberman anti-trust law. Bearpond Items. Mr. Ollie Finch is at home for his va cation. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coghill spent Sun day with Mrs. P. E. Pardue. ----- Mrs. Ed Stone is improving afterSiv- ing been sick for several weeks. - - Miss Eunice Coghill has been ill for the past week, but is now improving. Miss Fiorie Kittrell has returned after having spent a month in New York City. Mrs. Carrie Gill spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. V. H. Finch. Miss Minnie Pardue spent several days of the past week with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Coghill. Prof. L. B. Edwards has returned from his work in Florida, and is spending his vacation at home. Miss Gussie Finch has returned home from Blackstone, Va., where she has been attending school. We are indeed glad to have the Misses Edwards to spend their vacation at their home on Maple street. A splendid congregation assembled at Union Chapel last week to attend the exercises given by the fcunday school children. We found that a very interesting program bad been prepared, ine most impressive number on the program was a duet, -God Will Take Care of You," sung by Misses Lessie Finch and Lillian Pardue. Watson-Harris. Elegantly engraved " invitation cards, reading as follows, have been issued: Mr and Mrs. Samnel Rogers Harris Invite you to b present at the marriage of their daughter, Boselle, to Dr. Samnel Robert Watson, on Wednesday morning, the seventh of Jdne, one thousand nine hundred and eleven,' -at half-after eleven o'clock, Methodist Protestant church, . Henderson, North Carolina. Miss Harris is an extremely popu lar younK lady and has a host of friends in Henderson and elsewhere. Keep Your Carriage or Buggy New. Keep your carriage or buggy looking bright and new with a can of the L & M. Carriage Varnish Paint in various colors. Its cost is small per can. One can makes a buggy look as fresh as though just from the maker. Anybody can use it. Get it from Melville Doraey. State News. The pure food division of the.State department of agriculture has had seized a lot of flour at Asheville be cause it is highly bleached, in viola tion of the State pure food law. The flour was shipped into the State by the Cumberland Mills, of Nashville, Tenn., and was found in the stock of H. J. Olive, of Asheville. The fine for this is 200. A horrible tragedy occurred Sun day night about fifteen miles from Oxford, in the neighborhood of Bul locks. Mr. A. S. Campbell, a man about 45 years old, in his attempt to cut his wife's throat, after having beaten her into insensibility, drew his knife and was in the act of mak ing the fatal stroke when, with his knife drawn, he was shot by his little son, twelve years old, and fell dead with the knife by his side. An in quest was held and the jury rendered a verdict of justifiable homicide. The fifteenth annual convention of the North Carolina Bankers' Asso ciation will convene at Lake Kanu ga, near Hendersonville, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 21, 22 and 23. Arrangements an; being made to give the bankers one of the greatest times of their lives at this noted mountain resort. A number of speakers of national reputation will be present at this meeting to address the convention on various subjects of interest to financiers. Mr. W. A. Hunt, cashier of the Citi zens' Bank, of this city, is secretary of this association. Eighty-eight gray-haired Confeder ate veterans who, at the outbreak of the Civil war, were students in the University of North Carolina and left their books to take np arms in the conflict between the States, re ceived degrees of Bachelors of Arts from that institution Monday. The bestowal of the long deferred gradua tion honors was in accordance with a special act of the North Carolina Legislature. Many of the old sol diers had not met from the time they left the University to go to war until that day when they occupied seats of honor at the alumni banquet. The State Medical Society will con vene at Charlotte, Tuesday, Wednes day and Thursday, June 20, 21 and 22, and the Unariotte aoccors are making extensive "preparation for the entertainment of the members of the Society while in the city. The address of welcome on behalf of the Mecklenburg County Medical Society will be delivered by Dr. J. P. Munroe, president of the North Carolina Med ical College, while the address of welcome on behalf of the city will be made by Col. W. C. Maxwell. Rev. Dr. G. T. Rowe, pastor of Tryon St. Methodist church, will make the in vocation and Dr. E. G. Moore, of Elm City, will respond to addresses of welcome on behalf of the State So ciety. Then will follow the regular routine. Mrs. Reuben Combs, of Statesville, came to her death in a mysterious way Friday. She went to bed feeling as well as usual the night before and the next morning when her husband attempted to wake her he found that she was not in bed. ne then got up and hunted through the house, and not finding her, went out into the yard. Failing to find her there, he went to the cowpen, where he found her lying dead. Her hands were cold, but her body was still warm; she only had her night clothes on. He picked her up and tried to carry her to the house, but being- unable to do so alone, he laid her down and went for help. W hen he had gotten help they carried the body to the house. An inquest was held and the jury, after hearing the evidence, ren dered a verdict that the deceased had come to her death from natural causes. Church News of the Week. Rev. C. E. Newman held two services at the Christian church Sunday. Both of the sermons at the Baptist church last Sunday were preached by the pastor, Rev. J. W. Morgan. Next Sunday morning the series of lectures on Baptist church history will be complet ed. The subject will be: "The Baptist after the Reformation Period, Persecu tions, Struggles for Liberty. The begin ning of Foreign Mission Work." By vote the members of the congregation decided to ask a former pastor, Dr. J D. Uufham of Creedmore, to supply the pulpit the 3rd Sunday in June while the pastor is attending the World Alliance at Philadelphia. lhe rector, Rev. I. W. Hughes, held the three services at Holy Innocents church Sunday, preaching at the night service one of the finest sermons since his coming to Henderson. Next Sunday, Whit Sunday or the birthday of the church, there will be special services at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. The morning service culminating with the celebratiou of the Holy Communion. Next Sunday morning there will be a celebration of the Lord's Supper at the Methodist church at 11 o'clock. There were the two regular services last Sun day, Rev. W. R. Royall receiving 5 per sons into the communion of the church at the morning hour, and Mr. Richard Jones singing the anthem. Rev. J. A. McClure preached the two sermons at the Presbyterian church Sun day. The sermon Sunday morning was from the text "Bear ye oneanothers burdens" and was a fine exposition of the value of human sympathy. The pastor, Rev. R. M. Andrews, preached at the morning service at the Protestant church Sunday. At night the pulpit was filled by the president of the North Carolina Conference, Rev. W. E. Swain. Sunday morning thp Home Department was inaugurated in the Sun day 6chool in order that those who are detained at home may prepare and get the benefit of the lesson for the day. A Cradle Roll was also arranged that all children from the time they receive their names may be members of Sunday school. At the age of three years they are expected, under this system, to at tend Suuday school. Next Sunday will be the regular communion Sunday. Townsville Topics. Mrs. Salli Royster served quite an elaborate dinner Saturday- to the Sew ing Society of the Presbyterian church, which met at her home. The pastor. Rev. Carr Moore, preaeh ed an impressive sermon Sunday at Nut JBnsh church from the text "Give an ac count of thy stewardship." Messrs. S. R. Adams and E. G. Knott went to Henderson Tuesday morning on business. Mr. W. , B. . Harris spent Tuesday morning in Henderson advertising the game of baseball between the local team and the Cherokee Indians. Capt. J, M. B. Hunt went to Chapel Hill Saturday to attend bis class reunion and receive the diploma awarded to the class of 1861, who left college to join the Confederate army. Mr. S. L. Graham, Jr., of Kenbridge, Va., is spending a week with his parents. Misses Bailie and Evelyne Royster, Susie Alston, and Mr. John. Royster spent Saturday in Henderson shopping. Bold Robbery Saturday Night. Mrs. J. W. Gill, who lives on Hamilton street, was attacked by a negro and robbed of her purse last Saturday night about ten o'clock, as she was passing along that street, in company with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joseph Gill, while on their way home from down town. The two ladies had just turned from Garnett into Hamilton street and had gone but a short distance down the latter when the negro slipped stealthily upon them, before they had even a suspicion of his presence, and Mrs. Gill felt someone touching her waist as if trying to get her watch away from her. She hastily clasped her watch with both hands and looking around quickly, saw a negro with an army cap on crouching close behind her. He then suddenly seized her wrist-bag, tearing it off her wrist, and fired a pistol, probably to intimidate the two ladies. They both at once began screaming and calling for help, being thoroughly frightened by the incident and the firing of the pistol, while the negro fled precipitately across Garnett street and the railroad. Mr. Norman Gill and Mrs. B. F. Led an, who had gone down town with the two ladies who were attacked, were walking about a hundred yards ahead when they were attracted by the cries of Mrs. GUI and the report of the pistol, and went immediately to the rescue. Mr. Norman Gill at once gave chae to the negro, fol lowing him as far UieuM fiir grounds, but failed to capture him. A number of people hearing the cries of distress fol lowing the report of the pistol shot, were soon on - the scene, and others joined in the fruitless chase of the fleeing negro. ora soon got out tnat a wo man had been murdered bv a neero. and excitement ran high for a little while. Mrs. Gill and the other three persons mentioned had gone down town earlier in the night to do some shopping. After making several purchases at Mr. J. v. Beck's store and perhaps elsewhere, they started back home. Mr. Norman Gill and Mrs. Lerian walking considera bly in front of the two ladies, who no ticed some one following them up Gar nett street, but supposed it to be the son of their washerwoman and were not alarmed until he made the attack as above stated. The wrist-bag stolen contained two newspaper clippings, one of them being an account of the death of Mrs. Gill's father, Mr. C. A. Lerian, of Baltimore, and the other an account of her mar riage: also a few postage stamps and some small change, a less amount than a dollar in all. The wrist-bag, a rather costly one, was found a day or two later by a colored boy who sold it to a lady for a quarter. It was later re turned to Mrs. Gill, but the contents had been extracted and retained by the rob ber. It is stated that the identity of the bold robber has since been Drettv well established, but so far his capture has not been effected. HarrisManning. Beautifully engraved invitation cards reading as follows, have been received in Henderson and elsewhere: "Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Rives Manning invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter, Marie Mildred, to Mr. Benjamin Franklin Harris. on the evening of Wednesday, the fourtoenth ol June, at nine o'clock Presbyterian church, Henderson, North Carolina." Much local interest centers in this approaching marriage, as the con tracting parties are prominent and extremely popular young people of the community. Miss Manning is a most charmincr and highly cultured young lady, who has a host of friends not onlv in this city but throughout this entire sec tion. Mr. Harris is 'a younjr gentleman of sterling character and worth and stands high in this community. Vass-Sharp. Beautiful invitation cards reading as follows have been issued: Mr. and Mrs. John Howard Sharp request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, - - Frances Stedman, . ' - to . Reverend, Lachland Cumrrwng Vass, oh the evening of Wednesday, the fourteenth of June,' at half-after seven o'clock. Nutbueh Presbyterian church, Townsville, near Manson, North Carolina. Miss Sharp as a great many friends in this, county. Her father, Mr. J. H. Sharp, was formerly treas urer of the Seaboard Air Line Rail road. Mr. and Mrs. Vass will make their future home in Memphis, Tenn. Trustee's Sale. T TNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE U 1 power of sale conferred in a Deed of Trust executed by Willie Harris on the 29th day of Avgiist, 1907, and recorded in Book 21, page 433 in Register's office in Vance county, default having been made, I shall on Monday, July 3rd, 1911, sell for cash at the Courthouse door in Hen derson at 12 o'clock M-, the following de- ecriDea land: Begin at a stane isnam .Bennett s cornpr on W all street, run thence along Bennett's liue loo feet to a stake, Bennett's corner in Beck's line; thence along Beck's line 49 feet 10 inches to a stake, Burwell's corner; thence along his line 185 feet to a stake on Wall street; thence along Wall street 49 feet 10 inches to the place of beginning. It being lot No. 5 on Smith and Perrv plat. J. L. CURR1N, Trustee. o REMEMBER; TR6 oio Dorsey Drug store. His specialty is the FILLING OF PRESCRIPTIONS. The selling of Drugs, Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries, Patent Medicines, Cigars, Chew ing and Smoking Tobacco, Paints, Oils, Paint Brushes, &c, has been his business since childhood. All kinds of Garden and Field Seed in season. I have Nyal'e Agency for full line of Family Remedies. Also Fulton a Kenal Compound," the greatest kidney medicine known. If you need Radium Spray I have it. Also Sprays for Paris Green and other germicides. v MELVILLE Eye Strain Causes Headache. H. W. MIXON, Business Locals. Advertisements in this column always bring results. Try it and be convinced. One cent a word, each insertion, cash with order. , Let us save you money on Sugar also. -Lewis & Joyner. Good Pastures for rent. Mrs. McMil lan, R. F. D. No. 1. Box 5. . G-l-2 Don't forget that we arelleadquarters for Flour, both in Quality and Price. Lewis & Joyner. Wanted 4x4 Oak boards. Henderson Manufacturing Company. - When in need of anything in the Feed and Heavy Grocery line, let ub save you money. Lewis & Joyner. Screen Doors and Windows for sale. Cheapest in town. J. S. Poythress. Have you seen our Chick Feed? If not, it will pay you to give us a call. Lewis & Joyner. Mrs. Jane Harris offers to the people of Henderson the "Star Alkaline Water" for $1.00 per month. Send for analysis. When in need ef anything in our line, we will make it to your interest if you will come in to see us, or call Phone No. 307F. Lewis & Joyner. Prescriptions a specialty and carefully compounded. Your patronage solicited. Call or phone W. W. Parker, Druggist and Pharmamacist, Henderson, N. C. Wanted To do your draying. Having bought the Dray Business of Mr. J. R. Carter, I am prepared to give prompt and efficient service. Patronage solicit ed. Phone Bragg boarding house, or J. R. Carter's stables. L. C. Bragg. The name may be a little unfamiliar to you and hard to remember, but it's JONES. Try to bear it in mind. Office over Thomas & Newcomb's. x VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS, , Land Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE power conferred on me by a Deed in Trust executed by William Green on the 18th of September, 1905, recorded in Deed of Trust Book 21, page 19. 1 shall, at the re quest of all the parties interested, sell for cash at tha Courthouse door in Henderson, at 12 o'clock Monday, June 19th, 1911, the land conveyed therein, to wit: Begin at an iron stake at the intersection of Grove Hill street with Mayfleld alley, and run thence S. 15 E. along the Eastern edge of Grove Hill street 79Vfe feet; thence along An drew J. Harris' line 181 feet to an iron stake in Dr. Harris' line; thence along his line North 20M West 62 feet to an iron stakein Mayfleld's alley; thence along May field's alley S. 79 West 182 feet to the be ginning. Henderson. N. C, May 1 6th. 1 911. GEORGE B. HARRIS. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF ' THE power of sale conferred in a Deed of Trust executed by Henderson Wortham and wife. Unity Wortham, on the 19th day of May, 1910, and recorded in the Register's office of Vance County, North Carolina, in Book 49 page 376, default having been made in the payment, I shall on Monday, July the 3rd, 1911 sell for cash at the Courthouse door in Hen derson, N. C. at 12 o'clock M. the following describfd real estate, to wit: Begin at an iron stake Sam Parham's cor ner and on an unnamed street; run thence along said street toward colored cemetery 50 feet to a stake W.E. Moss's corner; thence at right angles to the said street 100 feet alone W. E. Moss' line to J. S. Poythress' corner; thence along Poythress' line toward white cemetery 50 feet; thence along bam Parhams' line 100 feet to place of beginning. Also the following personal property: One bay mare. This the 30th day of Mav 1911. W. D. BURWELL, Trustee. IF YOU ADD one pint of water to seven pints of milk, you do not get one gallon of MILK, and the same is true when you add ADUL TERATIONS to paint. Avoid all chance of getting weakened paint by demand ing as it carries on every package an analy- 1 1 . . ms anu guarantee mat protects yon against ail lorm oi adulteration. For Sale By DANIEL & COMPANY, Henderson, N. C. O DORSEY. :Q Glasses p r o p e r ly fitted will no doubt relieve you. We fit Glasses and frames, match broken lenses. Jeweler and Optician. 18 1 111 -Z .CS5if:?.S' ii Boyden & Tilt Shoes. Stetson Hats. Shirts SAMUEL WATKIN Department WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS "If it isn't an EASTMAN it isn't a Kodak." HENDERSON BOOK GO. Read and advertise In, Gold Leaf. SPECIAL EXCURSION. TO Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida June 6th, 1911, Via Seaboard Air Line Railroad. The Seaboard is the Rhortat. li Florida and offers the quickest and most convenient eerrice. Tickets on sale for all trains June 6th; good to return on any train within 7 days. Special train leaves Hamlet on night of June 6th, with High-Back Seat Vesti bule coaches and Pullman Sleeping cars. Do not fail to take advantage of this low rate and visit the Land of Flowers. For further information regarding rates and PullmAftaareaeryation call on ageub or write tne undersigned. H. S. LEARD, D. P. A., Raleigh, N. C. lean-Uro Prices MILLI Commencing NOW and continuing un til the season closes we shall offer all our Millinery at QaPeafflu deduced Proves. - This department is full of the choicest and best things of the sea son. Cail and share the savings. C V.X L mm 3Sf5 Store. WITH B VElyS fQ CARE that's one thing that goes in every pre scription that goes out of our sore. We follow the doctor's orders follow them with fresh, pure, full-strength drugs. As a result, prescriptions com pounded by us often secure results where others fail. Our prices are the same as you'll pay for interior goods, THE PARAGON, H. E. THROWER, Proprietor. Phone 7. Be Sure To Read the ON Clothes! The young men of the land and the men who feel young, who regard Spring and kindred occasions as made for the particular purpose of giving them a chance for clothes display, arc invited to come here and get in personal touch with the smartest clothes made in the world. Whether your price for a suit is $10.00 or $25.00 you will find our great stock of NEW SPRING GOODS equally interest ing. Try on any garment you choose, whether you buy anything or not. You can thus make sure, by actual demonstration, what kind of clothes look best on you. Boys' Suits $2.50 to $10.00. and Cravats. Henderson, N. C. Business Locals Yl