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HENDEKSON GOhD JLE AF, HENDERSON, N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911.
' ? .; 4 ' i ; '.J y .f - t f .. i M ;.! '.1 - ' i 1 . m -I i l4 1 i. 1 ' -rl 1 I i I 1- 11 - ?. i i 5l i 1 l ? lakes Home Baking Easy if"T JT?r 0 Mfo Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powdor mado from Royal Crapo Cream of Tartar HO ALUM.liO LIME PHOSPHATE Couldn't Shoo the Widow Off. Miss Minnie McCracken, a young lady of twenty summers, who lives In Pennsylvania, has sued Samuel Ieroy Torterfield, a railroad engi neer on the Bessemer and Lake Krie Kailroad, for $5,000 damages for breach of promise to marry her. The New York World says that the engi neer and the lady agreed upon a code, one toot of the locomotive whistle meaning, "I love you dear ly," two toots, "Be back tonight," and three toots, "Marry you tomor row." When the three toots were sounded, Miss McCracken got her trousseau ready and waited, but waited in vain for her lover, who went off and married another girl, a dashing widow dowu at Clarion. Hence the suit for damages. But what was the engineer to do when a widow got on the track, and he found that the only way he could shoo her off was to take her in? The Lumber Trusts. The government's suit against the Eastern Lumber trusts, which was filed at New York Friday, is only a preliminary to a second larger pros ecution to be instituted shortly against the Western Lumber trust, alleged to restrain trade "unreason ably." It is announced that inves tigations, which have been conduct ea for several years, disclosed infor mation that nearly half the private ly owned lumber in tlifc western states is controlled by a single large combine. The Southern Pacific hold ings are the greatest in the United States, amounting to 100,000,000, 000 feet. Foley's Kidney Remedy. Is particularly recommended for chronic cases of kidney and bladder trouble. It tends to regulate and control the kidney and bladder ac tion and is healing, strengthening and bracing. For sale by all drug gists. The Secret of Happiness. Let us learn to be content with what we have. Let us get rid of our false estimates, set up all the higher ideals a quiet home, vines of our own planting, a few books full of in spiration of a genius, a few friends worthy of leing loved and able to love us in return, a hundred innocent pleasures that bring no pain nor re morse, a devotiou to the right that will never swerve, a simple religion free of all bigotry, full of trust and hope and love and to such a philos ophy this world will give up all the empty joy it has. Exchange. The railroads are considering proposition to limit the length trunks to forty inches. a of "I Am Glad" writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, of Liberty Center, Ind, that I began to take Car duf. for it has cured me, and 1 will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me. Before I began to take it, I was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have A HOOd Color, do not suffer U and weigh 125 lbs." 11 1 1 I iMrfi ill a a Mil Take The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, nox ious, mineral drugs, that sink into your system, like lead to the bottom of a basin of water. Cardui is purely vege table and contains no poisonous minerals, or dangerous drugs. It is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, without any possi ble harmful effect Try it r31 tan. What They Will Do for You They will cure your backache, strengthen your kidneys, cor, rect urinary irregularities, build up the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid that causes rheumatism. Pre vent Blight's Disease and Dia bates, and restore health and 'strength Refuse substitutes. For Sa.1 by all Drutfists. Cause of Appendicitis. Dr. Eld red M. Conner in an article in the London Medical Chronicle says: "The first epidemic of appendicitis, if such a term is applicable, was to a large extent contemporaneous in America with the preparation of i flour in mills by means of the big steei rollers oi a auiea type. iow these rollers quickly wear down and frequently have to be replaced. What then, asks Dr. Conner, becomes of the material which comes off the roller worn in the process? Obvious ly it must- be in the flour of our bread. That is to say, a considera ble proportion of the flour thus made contains minute particles of steel, which when consumed stays suffi ciently long in the appendix to create 1 irritation, and in some instances to set up appendicitis. Good Roads Pay. When you think about the lump sum in the building of good roads the expense seems enormous, but every thoughtful man knows that good roads pay the people over and again in the saving of time and the cost of hauling goods over them. It may be considered an extravagant expression, but it is nevertheless true that the time and labor spent each winter in hauling and traveling over our bad roads amounts to more than the best system of good roads would cost. The proposition can be easily proven to any doubting Thom as, yet there are those who do not believe in getting good roads by the only known method, a bond issue. Asheboro Courier. Be Courteous In Churches. Courtesy and attention pays everywhere. It could not be exer cised anywhere with greater proprie ty than in churches. It is true in some churches a stranger is made to feel almost as an intruder, eyed with curiosity, 'and looked upon with ap parent suapicion. If there is one les son village church members could learn with profit it is some of the common everyday politeness and courtesies exhibited by well con ducted churches of the present day. This is a matter the officials should give attention to. It is worth the time, if they want to encourage a good attendance at their services. Mebane Leader. Examinations for State Certificates. Preliminary steps for the holding of examinations at every county seat in the State on July 13 and 14, for applicants for high school teach ers' certificates andfor the five-year State teachers' certificates for ele mentary schools, are leing taken in the State Department of Education. There are being sent out just now the explicit directions to applicants for both these examinations, that" will be held under the supervision of the county superintendent of schools, with questions arranged by the State board of examiners, of which State Superintendent of Public Instruction J. Y. Joyner is the chairman. A Sensible View. Did you ever stop to think that towns are competitors just as mer chants are? So strong has competi tion between towns become that it is necessary for the towns which expect to grow to advertise and "blow their wares" just as merchants and other business men do. The citizens of a town can advertise the town by "talking it up." Don't knock your town any more than you would knock your store if you were a mer chant. After all, the town is only a large corporation and the citizens are the stockholders. Do you want a good dividend? If you do, talk your town. Exchange. "Kicking the Bucket." When we speak facetiously of some one of whom we have no reverence as having "kicked the bucket" we em ploy a phrase that would seem to be a piece of latter-day slang, but as a matter of fact, it dates back to old England, when" about the year of one Uosolver hung himself to a beam while standing on the bot tom of a bucket and then kicked the bucket away. Although at first used only iu cases of suicide it has been applied in the course of years to any death without distinction. Ex change. Foley Kidney Pills contain just the ingredients necessary to regulate and strengthen the action of the kidneys and bladder. Try them yourself. For sale by all druggists. Why (She Snubbed Him. "Well,' laughed squiggies, "some men never know when they are snubbed. That lady you just spoke to was about as distant as they make them in her greeting." "Well, why shouldn't she be" re torted Jabbers. "She's a distant relative of mine." "By marriage?" "No by divorce. She got rid of me at Sioux Falls back in 1898.' Harper's Weekly. Bishop Alpheus W. Wilson, the venerable president of the college of bishops of the southern Methodist Church, will be present at the ap proaching Trinity College commence ment, June 4-7. Bishop Wilson is one of the greatest preachers of America and one of the noblest men that overlived. The college is pe culiarly happy to have him within its gates for its annual commence ment festivities. While there he will be the guest of Bishop and Mrs Kilgo. It Rolled Off. A young man called on a doctor, complaining of pains in hia stomach. The doctor diacmoaed the case as dpspepsia and advised the patient to go home and try a pickle. If he could keep that on his stomach he Was to reDOrt to the dnct-nr in tho morning. The next day the patient . returned, ana wnen tne doctor asked j him if he could keep the pickle on his loin 1- 1 - 1 1 TiT omiuacu, ii9 replied: "i couia & long as I stayed awake, but when I fell asleep it rolled off." What Our Friends Are. Our friends are to U9 what we are to them. Not only is friendship reciprocal, but also the character of it. If in our relation to others we display courtesy, a desire to please and help, a disposition to make our selves agreeable, such qualities will be returned manifold in their atti tude towards us. There may be oc casional AYrortfinna Knf tha rnlo holds good everywhere. Poisoned By nilk. A wholesale poisoning took place near New London, in Stanley county, one day last week when a whole train crew partook of buttermilk causing ptomaine poison. With a view to a good dinner a quantity of fresh milk was placed in the cooler on the en gine of a freight train. In some way the milk became- in fected and the entire party, with the exception of the conductor, had a narrow escape from death. The suf ferers include the engineer, fireman and two brakemen. The only mem ber of the party to escape was con ductor C. A. Surratt, who did Dot partake of the milk. Soon after the dinner all were seized at the same time with the Doison and a physi cian worked hard for four hours. Rainbow at Night. Did you ever see a rainbow at night? A dispatch from Baltimore, Md., says that passengers on the Baltimore and Carolina steamer came into port Monday, making a great "boog"-a-boo" over seeing a rainbow at midnight the eight be fore. They were completely mysti fied and wondered if such a phenom enon had ever occurred before. Not one on board, although many of them had long followed the sea, had ever seen a rainbow at night. The rainbow at night has all the usual colors that it has in the daylight and looks even more brilliant. Destroy Nitrate of Soda Sacks. The Fort Mills Times warns farm- prs "not. to leave emDtv nitrate of soda sacks lying in and around their . . . A 1 barns or other out-nouses, as long as the sacks are full of the soda, f.hpv are damu and there is no dan ger from fire. As soon as the sacks are emptied, they becomo dry ana will ignite under certain conditions. Many a farmer, it is said, has lost his property from this cause, and has never known the cause oi tne fire. fVrtainlv. if the emDtv soda sck is so dangerous a thing as that, it should not De leit near a oarn or building of any kind. The creek is the be6t place for it." Your Neighbor's Experience. How you may profit by it. Take Fol ey Kidney nna. Mrs. u. uniting, 360 Willow St., Akron, O., says: "For some time I had a very serious case of kidney trouble and I suffered with back aches and dizzy headaches. I had specks floating before my eyes ana i leit an tired out and miserable. I saw Foley Kidney Pills advertised and got a bottle and took them according to directions and results showed almost at once, lne pain and dizzy headaches left me, my eye-sight became clear and today 1 can say I am awell woman, thanks to Fol ey Kidney Fills." For sale by all drug gists. HeJMIzht Shine. A prominent citizen of Kansas City refuses to run for mayor because he "never goes out at night." Why not make him a "street lamp? Detroit Journal. A Bad Egg. "lie always was a bad egg, but nobody ffeemed, to notice it while he was rich." "Yes, he was alright until he was broke." Sacred Heart review. It is said that one-third of the automobiles in Detroit are owned and operated by women. More wo men drive their own cars there than anywhere else. The doctors tell me that the inards uv a hog and the inards uv a man are mighty similar, which fact goes a long way toward explaihin' the actions uv a good many men. Most of the praise we get in this world comes after we are too dead to enjoy it. Spaniels. Spaniels, of wlriclT there are many breeds, are supposed to have first come from Spain, from which circumstance is derived their dis tinctive name. Charles I. was an ardent admirer of a small variety of this animal, and from that arose the designation of his pets, known the world over as King Charles. Blenheim or Marlborough spaniels, which greatly resemble the latter in form and general appearance, get their English name from Blenheim palace, in Oxfordshire, where the breed has been preserved since the beginning of the eighteenth cen tury. Pat's Retort. A one legged Welsh orator nam ed Jones was pretty successful in bantering an Irishman, when the latter asked him: "How did jou come to lose your leg?" "Well," said Jones, "on examine ing my pedigree and looking up my descent I found there waa some Irish blood in me and, becoming convinced that it was settled in the left leg, I had it cut off at once." "By the powers," said Pat, "it would have been a very good thing if it had only settled in your head." Stuck Either Way. Mamma Goodness me! It's half an hour since I sent you round to the store to get those things, and here you are. back without them ! Little Dick It was such a long time before my turn came to be waited on that I forgot what it was you wanted. Mamma Then why didn't you come home and find out? Little Dick I was afraid if I left I'd lose my turn. Nottingham Guardian. Superstitious. "Why did you abandon jour mo torcar trip so abruptly ?" "Oh, my wife is eo superstitious! 'After we had run over the thir teenth man she said we ought to turn back, otherwise she felt sure we should meet with some acci dent P Exchange. , An Emotional Trunk. Landlady I'U have to request you to pay In advance, Mr. Smith. Smith why, isn't ay trunk good for a week's board? Landlady-No. It looks like an old fashioned emotional trunk. Smith Emotional? Landlady Yes; one that la easily moved! A COMMON ERROR, i The Same Mistake is Made by Many Henderson People. It's a common error To plaBter the aching back, To rnb with liniments rheumatic joints, When the trouble comes from the kid neys. Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick kid neys . And are endorsed by Henderson citi zens. , ' Mrs. B. F. Biggs, 412 Andrews avenue, Ilendf r80n, N. C, says: "I snflered in tensely from backache and pains in my loins and I could not get my proper rest at night. Whenever I attempted to stoop or lift, sharp pains seized me and I was in such bad 6bape that I could not remain on my feet for any length of time. I wore plasters, but they did not help me to any extent, and finally a kidney weakness made its appearance. When I read about Doan's Kidney Pills I obtained a box from the Kerner-Mc-Nair Co's drug store. 'Since using them I have had no more aches or pains and my kidneys have been normal." (State ment given February 4, 1903.) A SECOND STATEMENT. On December 12, 1010, Mrs. Biggs said: "I gladly eoiifirm my former statement regarding Douu's Kidney Pills. I have not bad any trouble from my kidneys or back for a long time and my health has been of the fapst." or sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Old Furniture, Mahogany or Rose Wood needs simply washing and a coat of Varnish. The L. & M. Home Finish Varnish is the best. ' If painted wood, then wash it, and ap ply one coat of L. & M. Domestic Paint. Makes Furniture as good as new at a cost of about 25 or 30 cents. Get it from Melville Dorsey. . PFRS0NALLY CONDUCTED TOUR To the Pacific Coast Under the' man agement of Rev. Wm. Black Operated Via Seaboard Air Line Railway. Arrangements have just been complet ed by Rev. William Black, of Charlotte, N. C, for the most extensive Personally Conducted Tour ever operated from the South to tho Pacific Coast. This Tour will leave the Carolinas about the 29th of June, going out through Birming ham, Memphis, Kansas City, Denver, Colorado Springs, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, San Deigo, Paso Kobles, touch ing Old Mexico. Del Monte, San Francis co, Portland, Van Couver, Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chicago, thence home. Every little detail has been carefully planned by Dr. Black, who has had years of experience in handling Personally Condncted Tours, for the pleasure and comfort of the party. Numerous side trips, covering the most attractive in the Great West, have been arranged, in cluding Yellowstone National Park, Pikes Peak. Catalina, Old Mexico, through the Rockies over the Canadian Pacific, Lake Iiouise and many others. The total rate includes railroad and Pullman fare, meals on Dining car, Ho tel accomodations, side trips, etc. For full information address, REV. WILLIAM BLACK, Charlotte, N. C. H. S. LEARD, Division Passenger Agent Seaboard Air Line Ry., Raleigh, N. C. "A Welcome Chance to Those Who Suffer." Coming to Henderson, N. C, on Saturday, June 10th, to Stay at New Massenburg Hotel. ONE DAY ONLY. Dr. Francis S. Packard Of Greensboro, N. C. Consultation and Examination Con fidential, Invited and Free. . Frtm a Latt Snaftbtt To see all of his regular Patients and such new Cases, as may wish to consult him. Dr. Packard enjoys a state wide reputation, among the profession and the Public of North Carolina, where for more-thaa 25 years he has devoted his entire time to the Study, Treatment and Cure of Chronic Diseases. The Doctor has had wonderful success in bis chosen work, that of curing chronic sufferers, Men, Womeu and Chil dren. The Patients he has restored to Health after they had given op all hope of being Cured are numbered by the Thousands. lie is a kind, generous, democratic gentleman to meet, of high scholarly attainments, and dignified per sonality. Coupled with a Brotherly inter est, in all who seek his advice. . He does not take a Patient for Treatment unless he can foresee a Cure of the Case. sThe most commendable feature of his work, and one that appeals to the ordinary sick person, is the fact of his charges being so reasonable and moderate as to make it within the reach of even the very poor. At,no time do the charges amount to more than $7.00 a month or about $1.50 a week. - He gives his own medicines, and there are no extra Charges. It takes him never more than from four to six Months to Cure a Case under Treatment. All Cases, even those who have been S'ven up as Incurable or Hopeless, hare n Cured and restored to perfect health by thi3 Brilliant Physician and the wonderful methods he employs. If you want to meet him and have him examine you, go to see him; and talk the matter oyer with him. It will cost you nothing if he does not put you tinder treatment. If he takes your case, it will ost you a very small sum to get we!L Rnrnntur 4 Via Aat T 110, and come early. One d ay only. Administrator's Notice. LETTERS OF ADMLMSTRATtON UPON the estate of James A Parbam de ceased, baring ben issued to me by the Su perior Court of Vance County, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate varment to ine. and all persons holding claims against said eetste ) am notified to present them to' me w!thia i one year from this date, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recorery. - " ' t This, April 25th, 1911. W. A.PABHAM, Admiaistrator of Jas. A. Parham, dee'd. Address-Oxford, N. C Carolina MAKE 20TH CENTURY LINE OF " BiiooiGS, RunaDouts Surries. COOPER'S WAREHOUSE CO. tribute them in Vance and adjoining counties. Over 100 sold in Henderson and vicinity in 1910. If you buy one it will be 200 in 191 1. CAROLINA BUGGY MFG. COMPANY, HENDERSON, N. C. f.4MjMHu..H.. Next Door to Henderson Grocery Co. Parkers Prmig Stoire - is one of the best in the State, and you can always find what you want. Our stock is constantly changing and consequently is always fresh. :-: :-: :-: :-: DRUGS AND MEDICINES .'SiST- and undoubted efficiency are the kinds oifr patrons are sure to get. A fine selection of Stationery, Knives, Razors, Brushes, Combs and Toilet Goods. Great variety of talcum powders. Consider the quality, compare our prices, get our quality and be satisfied. Parker's Bmg Store. f 'a w UYCT WiV V1i M V Vi V. M They never need repairs, never 8 occasional coat of paint. They're Fireproof Stormproof and suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to J. S. POYTHRESS, E. E. WOLLET3 LITTLETON, N. C. MANUFACTURER OFO Nortn Carolina Pine LuniDer. Rough and Dressed. - All Grades and Sizes: LoLi-ge stock kiln-dried Flooring. Ceiling, Siding, Mould ing, etc., on hand at all times. Framing cut to order. Pine Shingles a.nd La.ths always on hand. Coriect Manufacture Strict Grades. Prompt Shipments. -SAVE TIME and MONEY by. sending your Lumber orders to US. We Please the "Have Stood the SCnOFIELD ENGINES m BOILERS They have no superior in point of DURABILITY and are Best Adapted for Saw Mills, Oil Mills, Cotton Gins; in fact, where Heavy'Duty is required. Write for prices on Saw Mills, Shingle Mil!s,etc. BOILERS. We carry for immediate shipment the Best Constructed Boilers, ranging from 12 II. P. to 150 II. P. Write today for our illustrated catalog. J. S. SCHDFIELD'S SCKS CO. Works and Head Office, MACON, EA. Branch Office. 307 VJest Trade Street. OiarioHe. N. C. We Alio Msaufachirc Tawers, Tasks, Stxadpipes, Self Sapporilat Steel Stacks. Plate sad Sheet Ixaa Work, If you buy a T ADD ITT It IS WOI rththe UUIAU1I I I & . I'm r i THE COIITT BTDGGY HENDERSON, N. C. buqoo Mig. go. THE if. I i I H"M"M"H' More Light on the Subject we can give you if you come to ua for figures on your tin work. SKYLIGHTS CORNICES TIN ROOFING. these are speeialtiefl in our line. We are adding to our reputation by good work.'prompt service and small charges. Figure with us and we will make prices right with you. v J need any attention in fact except an Henderson, N. C. Mard - to - Please. Test of Time" Q 1 liClCW at 25 cents a lb I LiUUU m money invest'd ht-i "TY 1- .P!&?V.ftt V CO. ALL REFRIGERATORS ARE NOT ALIKE. YOU WANT TO GET THE RIGHT KIND-THE KIND THAT INSURES PROPF.R AIR CIRCULATION. WE SELL THE CENTURY THIS REFRIGERATOR WILL KEEP YOUR FOODS FRESH AND PREVENT VEGETABLE BUTTER AND MILK "TASTE." WE SELL ONLY THE BEST IN HARDWARE. WATKINS HARDWARE CO. WEEP i0(Tn v uv An Electric Fan or Flat Iron Will Do the Work. Flat Irons" have been reduced in price from $4.50 to $3.50. Fans at Wholesale Cosft to our regular customers. " NORTH STATE HYDRO ELECTRIC CO. J. M. WOLFE, Local Mgr. WE SELL Standard Sewing Machines. A New Thing The Central Needle Idea. Pianos and Organs, House Furnishing Goods. Henderson Furniture Company. m It. It. Sajterwhlte, Manager. coaccocooccco:occocccccocoo o o To Telephone a Telegram the Western Union, say: o o o o o o o o C) o o C) o () () o o () If yon wish to transmit a telegram 4 W XV...- n: .m.. i me Mm urn u ii ion omce Dj Telephone, SIMPLY HAY: 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 meth od is now in effect in all cities in which the Home Telephone Company operates. TSlre You A Telephone Subscriber ? Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. OCCOCCOCCQCCO:CCCCOCC3CCQOO Phone No. 30 vj Prepare For We have on hand a snpply of 3Q-onv hccioemt POLICIES, which we issue direct from our omce. Tm's policy has a number of good features, namely: It costs only f 1.00 and It protects you for 30 daje. mIr?KP'D-Cjpa2 t801118 a.re toOO.OO Death Indemnity, f 50.00 per Tunl inldlDt I?dem,,t' lDLca8e of accidental death while trav eling or in a burning budding the Indemnity Is $1,500.00. Pnlt i?-7f IS oppaoa you get the protection for the ma)l ttoefnri nn'-TK0 fr t renewed at any lEmtlf Zhe fW pftJS for Sundcal Fees, Lo?s of Henri prenn I nan f ww MWMU I 124 Garnet t Street. Want Anything in Reason? . fl Gold Leal Business Local Will Get It. REFRIGERATORS ODORS FROM MAKING YOUR i to 'Pil r-, M A CiCglcilll. to CI Telegram." jiome - The Cost of Painting. U a heavy harden when jou vhvnp paintft. They aoon fade, jh1 ni crack under the changes of weather audits a constant expense to main tain the bright, clean apnearar.r? bo desirable in a home. Our durul.l" paiut will cut the coat in half. It" the paint that lasts. It stamen!! sorts of weather. It'll save you u whole lot of paint money in the fu ture. J. S. POYTHRESS V Vour Uacation! Voii r M, IIVUI ArfdUllC VsU Phone . 139,