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ORANGE COUNTY- OBSERVER.
flILL.SBOR OU.GH , N . C . THURSDAY, - - - April 24, 1902. SUBSCRIPTION RATES : Oue year, to be paid In advance, 1 1.00 .Six months, " 60c Three months, ." " " 35c .RATES OF ADVERTISING: . Advertisements will be Inserted tor $1.00 per square (one inch) for the first and titty cents tbreach subsequent pub lication. Contracts for advertising lor any 3pace or time may be made at the office of the Oranse Countv Observer or by correspondence. , TI XML T A. B Hoixtlierix Railway CJo. IN EFFECT JUNE 23, 1601. WEST BOUND. No. 11, Mixed, Raleigh and Greenboro, due at Hillsboro 11:12 a. m. .... No. 35, Local Passenger; dno at Hillsboro 10:25 a. m. No. 7, Local Passenger, doe at. Hillsboro 5:10 p. m. EAST BOUND. No. 12, Mixedj Greensboro and Goldsboro, due at Hillsboro at 2:30 a. m. "' ' No. 8. Local Passenger, doe at ; Huisbqro 9:t2;a; m. ; . No. 36, Local-Passenger, doe at Hillsboro 2:20 p. m. No. 8 makes connection at Dur ham for Richmond. Nos. 63 and 64, Local Freights, due to leave Hillsboro 11:14 a. to., daily; except Sunday. Express for all , trains roost bo at depot one hour before train time. C. Q. Pepper, Agent. JPost Office Hours. Office oDens at 8:00 a. m. Closes at 6:30 p. m. Mail going East closes 8:45 a. m. and 1:50 p. m. Mail going West closes 10:00 a. m. and 4:35 p. m. Money order books cloise 4:00 p.m J. Clyde cheek, P. M. For sale cheap, a second hand Piano, in fair condition. Apply at this office. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kid neys and bladder right Don t delay taking. W. A. Hayes. Read the large and attractive advertisement ot Messrs, N. W. Brown & Co., and The Hillsboro, N. C, Book Store, printed in eup plement this week. See advefetisement of Clark & ,22 S. 4th Street, Philadelphia, Pa., Agents Wanted Life of T. De Wilt Taltnage. Mention this paper when writing to ihero. , The editor of the Houston Iowa) Advocate claims that his town has three of the stingiest men on recora The nrst will not dunk - . . i as much water a he wants unless h cuiiits iicmi a iieiguuor k wen, ine second forbids any ot his family writing any bat a small hand, as it is waste of ink to make large letters, The third stops the clock at night to tae wear and tear ot machinery Ail of them refuse to take a news- paner on the ground thai it is soch a strain on the spectacles to read. From a letter received recently by the editor from Mrs. Waiter E Situiii'h, Kaw Indian Agency, Okla homa Territory, we take the liberty oi publishing the following exm.ct: x ... jvu, wi keens me informed of the doings of X 1 1 IV c my tiill&boro friends. My husband :. tt u o a J . . is a u o. ourveyor aua is sent out h.rnl.v th ftnLnm.n, m rcv ihe lands of thpft Ka THiflfl o T , . see Indians, every day, wearing britrht red blankets, and with shaved Darham is the first county to re and painted heads 1 I am really en- porl a roral library for every Bohoo, joying my stay at the Agency." Mrs. We have an impression that General oiuiiipa was lormeny miss yiaua murpny daughter ot the late Rev. wpi! it. xuuipujr, auu is picaH-U.- ly remembered here by all who know cer. Fresh Pure JDrutrs. If you want Fresh Pure Drugs go1 to ttraham-Yearby Drug Co. Spe- . . n . . .... Til . tiouuoD to jrresenpuons aay aim nignt. it's never too late lor us to nil yoor prescriptions. Graham-Yearbt Drug Co. Raleigh Times. Ihe Methodist Church io the Vr.ited States attempted a tre tnendous work some months since when it was decided to raise a i wentieta Uentury Thanksgiving und to amount to millions. The iMoithern Methodists pledged 120. U00.0U0, and it is paid that $16,000, 000 have already been raised. This sum ceems fabulous and such a sum js perhaps the greatest achievement ot ihe kind in church history. Shot In His Left Leo. ror all kinds of sores, brrns, bnm,So.r other wounds De Witt's w uch Hazel Salve is a sure cure. fckm diseases yield to -it. at- once. iNever tails in cases ot piles, Cool- "; and healing. None genuine but ue Win's. Beware of counterfeits. 1 -nlftired for many years from a sore caused by a gun shot wound in my left leff." aavn A. S. Fuller. English, Iud. "It would not heal and gave me much trouble. I used an kinds of remedies to no purpose ntu i tried De Witt's Witch Hazel &?lve. A few boxes completely cured me. W. A. Hayes. , To the Ladios. We have just the line of Toilet Articles yon have been wishing for in Hillsboro for many years. -; We wo win oe greaiiy pieasea ii you will kindly call and allow qs to showyou oar complete lioe ot La. Very respectfully, Grahaii-Yearbt Drug Co. Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time affords security from all kidney and bladder diseases. W. A. Hayes. Dewey Leaves Raleigh. ' The beautiful black English New- foundiand doe ''Dewey" has been given by bis owner, Mr. John U, Smith, to Mr. James ' A Cheek, of Hillsboro, aud he left last afternoon tor his new home- Mr. Smith gives 1 f ... . I Via vnn arw nawf inv mirh on. ml aa wo i vi iui. uai uuk nitu duvu a I i ., ' T . -pv ... I aiuauiu utuo luau - y . x . uia . I "c' " ljr . . T position, and is entirely too easily . m - 1 ...! ;-...., ... - angered, in tact, it is statea mat on the slightest provocation Dewey nasoeen Known to engage incomes - . .I witn a nail aozen oiner aogs at once. lie is a oeauiuui specimen, ; nowever Deing aoout nree leet u,Jbui uuai uiauiv auu wciuuiug jlu7 i j T rn: J ICfland Items. Mr. Dan Clark has returned from Kinston. Mr. Sanders Eirkpatrick is visit- ing nis parents. Miiss Ellie McAdams was in pur vivj ouwFtii A im-j. Mr. S. P. Eiikpatrick went op to Mebano Friday morning. Mr. Carl Forrest left here las week for Concord, N. C. M J, L. Efland has gone to Winston to visiit his sister, Mrs. Laberton. Miss Aenes Forrest scent Sundav at home. She is teaching school near Mars Hill. Mr. Minnick Miller and wife visi ted Mr. Miller's sister. Mrs. J. D. Jordan, last Sunday. Messrs. Charlie Cash and Frank Boggs spent last Sunday at home with their parents near here. Misses Zue and Laura Thompson visited their cousin, Miss Sadie I Thompson, near here last Sunday. PAT. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates, and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medi cines. Refuse substitutes, W. A. Haven. n, . , T r .r -Shr.ner'8 Indian Verm.fuge I T'? M, co,mP.onf0- li I of orl rtort lnlorl v m nootrnvinrf and expelling worms. Try it. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. itfluiiBvA. -Mr urn r air. kj. i. vates, son oi ixir. vr. i W. P. Cates, of Bingham township, " awcpicu a uicinouipiu iuc BlvlcJawn ? ot Messrs. James Webb, Jr. cs Uro., and extends an invitation to all his country neighbors and friends to call and do gome ot their trading wiin mm wnen tney come to town shopping. A workman who is doing well a fine work is pleased to hear the footsteps of his employer. His ap pearance may be quite unexpected, but the competent workman is not frightened cr embarrassed. He has nothing to conceal. He rather en. iova ,he ciose semtmv of his work H.oyt ? .!! l L? r, , t , , D God must do thorough work. He . - . . , . . , caon.ot dal X n secret with what he condemns in public. His Employer liobin. Jole Carr had a good hand in this good work and pea8ant consumma tion. Wilmington Messenger. STG Bears the s9 inB ma IQU "aw lwaJs The Kind You Haw Always Bought RAHAM-YEAKRY DRUG CO. VJT PURE DRUGS, PURE DRUGS, FRESH DRUGS, "Prescriptions a specialty. TOBACCOS, CIGARS, TOILET ARTICLES, BRUSHES, COMBS, SOAPS, TOILET POWDERS, DENTAL PREPARATIONS, COLOGNES, RUBBER GOODS. Large supply accommodation just received. Prices new and just right. We mean to please you. Come to eee ns. I GRAHAM-YEARBY DRUG CO State Medical Examiners. The regular annual session of the Jtforth Carolina State Board of Med ical Examiners will be held m Wil mington, beginning. June 4th. and pre8ident of the Board is Dr. E, C- wm oe in session one week, rne Til - ' m . Kegister. ot Charlotte. The Sucre. tary and Treasurer 4s Dr. J. Howell Way, of Waynesville. Good For Rheu uatism. Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheuma tism which caused me great pain and annoyance. Atier trying several prescriptions and rheumatic cures, I decided to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I had seen advertised n the South Jersey man. After two applications of this remedy I was much better, and alter usinc one IUUUU 1. - i r bottle, was completely cured Sl 1 : TT o i T t tt , HA H ftma Mal.m M I H ap otla by W. A. Hayes, Druggist J J ' Stt -WB--i--r - . - -.. , -.. v. .- sub This is certify that I have used TV Turner Chinn nhnlA rw a found it to be an excellent prepara , .. w UUU ration. It cured chickens of cholera loot 410 rb.'ii a j. Gordon , J. P., Hillsboro, N. C, a nril 14 lM(JZ r Mr. Nathan W. Brown v left here Monday for Greensboro to at tend the wedding ot his brother-in- law, Mr. Thomas A. Glascock and Miss Carrie MoNary, in that city on Wednesday. April 26 I ' M w J. Miller, of Caldwell Institute, was in town Monday for iioe urei time since uis severe aitacK of pneumonia, having been sick and confined at home for two months. He is improving, and we hope will 8000 De "imselt again. Lisbon P. Berry, a well-known colored citizen of Hillsboro, who has been actively engaged in tne Sundav School work of the Northern Pres byterian Church in this. State, for a larger held with increased salary, and kas made his headquarters in Montgomery, Ala. tlis wife will join him at that place soon. He i a very worthy man and wo wish him Buocess. . The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A, Hayes. Wields A Shasp Ax, Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr. King's New Life Pills the most distress ing too. Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia, Loss of Appe tite, Jaundice, Biliousness, Fever, M . f t b , workers. 25o at W. A. Hayes' I nrnrf arnrn 6 NEVERMORE. tTrt K Kir a a nnmn nA nn the breadcrumbs from yoor hotel "They used to before my wife be gan to make her own bread." Judge. C ASTORIA For Infants aid Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of QENTS WANTED LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALMA GE. by his son, Hev. Frank DeVVitt Tal mage and associate editors of Christian Herald. Only book endorsed by Tal mage family. Enormous profits for agents who act quickly. Outfit ten cents. Write immediately CLARK & CO., 222 S. 4th St., Phila., Pa. Mention this Paper. jJOTlCE OF SALE OF LAND. Under and by virtue of the powers conferred upon me in a judgment ren dered at tne March Term, 1902, ot tne Superior Court of Orange County in an action entitled "John G. Daily and Thomas W. Vincent, Executors of S. J. Crawford, vs. John A Bird and wife, Artitia E. Bird," I will, on Monday the 19th day ot May, 1902, at 12 o'clock m at the court house door in Hillsboro, it being Monday ot court week, sell at ti i puDiic auction, to tne nig-ies. omuer, for cash, that piece or parcel of land ly ing and being in Orange County, North Carolina, in Cedar Grove township, de-" scribed and defined as follows, to-wit : Adjoining the lands of J. H. Tutting ton, W. A. Bird and others, it being the land on which W. H. Ward lived at the time of his death, bounded as follows : Beginning at a red oak on the old line : thence north along said line 4 1-3 chains crossing the creek above the old mill place to a white oak ; thence noith 31 west 2. t-2 cbains to a post oak ; thence wess 45 1 1-2 chains to a hickory tree ; thence south bv east a straight line to a post oak ; thence south 15Q wet 35 chains and 37 links to a black oak by the road: thence with W. A. Bird's line south 679 east 8 chains to a post oak ; thence south 2 west 8 chains to the creek ; thence up the creek as it meanders a northeasterly direction. 31 chains to an iron wood below tha old mill place : thence eastwardly a direct line to the beginning, estimated to be One Hundred Acres, be the same more or less, it being the same tiactthatis described in a mortgage deed recorded in Book M at pages 272 and 273 in the office ot the Register of Deeds of Ch ange County. ' This 3d day of April, 1902. VICTOR S. BRYANT, Commissioner. BANNER OA LVE $tho most hallngsalv in the world, For the Observer. OtItuary. , On Friday- evening at-6-oVocfe, Marrh 14, 1902. after a ooniiuuons liln" ,,f pneumonia and bronchiOs lr more ihan five weeks. Mirrnndl K by husband, children relatives nd friends, the spirit 6r Lizzie, wife of John Miller, took its flio-ht m the Gd who gave it, aged 37 yeaw. She was ready and willing to go. sorrowinir only to leave those lor wnom her love seemed to auiuken in tender iutensiiy as her hours nar rowed their brief upan. All that de voted love could do in service and sacrifice was done rfor her relief, i et relief only caWe with "The Death Angel, ' She leaves a hwart broken husband and five young children to mourn their loss. It was a most heart touching scene as we stood by and saw ther husband as he knelt bv ine oeaside tondiy and gently ca ressing his dying wife, and to see his urong-form shake and tremble as her breath grew shorter and shorter, and at last - to hear his heart broken cry, '.'Ob, what will become of me and my poor little children ?" And then to see the little ones as they stood' weeping around the bedside of 4hefir dying mother. We cannot soon forget the tears that were shed, auu me tenuer expressions oi sor row that ieli from many lips. May God comfort the hosbsfcd and little children, and when death comes may they be ready to meet their dear one where parting is no more. Her remains were laid to rest in Lebanon chorcb-yard. Sweet be tby rest, dear sister, till the Master bids thee cometorth. There are three words that sweetly Diena, That on the heart are riven : A precioue soothing balm they lend, They are Mother, Home and Heaven. Jf from the side the first has fled, And home be but a name, Let's strive the narrow path to tread, That we the last may gain. A sister, Florence F. Io a lawsuit the other day, be- m tween two members ot tne same church, counsel for one of the. par ties suggested that the brethreu ought to refer their differences to the high court above; to which the client responded that 4 the same idea had occurred to bim, but there seem ed to be an insuperable obstacle iu the way he couldn't contrive any way to get his lawyer there" Advice as to Good Behavior. Ladies, it is considered a breach i of good breeding to loiter around the streets In free conversation with young boys or men. If one of them approach yon for a conversation have him to ask your permission to walk with yon till he has finished. Scotland Times. , STORXA. Bean tho J9 "8 MMi tou Have Always I The Kind You Have Always Bought Weekly Hillsbobo Market Re port. Wheat, per bushel of 60 lbs., 90 to $100. Corn, pel bushel of 56 lbs.. 85 cts. Oatsr per bushel of 32 lbs., bo cts. Meal, per bushel of 4b lbs., yu cts. Pork, 7 1-2 cts per pound Bacon hog round 10 to lo cts. Flour, per barrel $4 00 io 85.50. Tallow, per pound, 4 to - cts. Beeswax, per pound, 20 cts. Butter, per pound, 20 cts. Eggs, per dozen, 12 1-2 cts. Peas, per bushel, 81.25 to 8175. Beans, per bushel. 82 UU to 82.50. Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents pes pound. Chickens, each, 12 1-2 to 25 cts. Feathers Live Geese 40 cts. per pound. Wool washed -25 to 35 cts. per pound. Unwashed Wool, 15 to 20 cts per pound. Coffee, 8 1-3 to 20 cts. per pound. Sugar, 5 1-2 to 6 ots per pound. All kinds ot country produce id good demand. A. Card. Keallzinsr that a successful medical practice aepends upon the use fresh pure drugs, I have established a Drug Store at Hillsboro witn Mr. w . jml. Yearby. For the most able diagnosis, expert consultation and competent treatment nnv all go for naught it 1m pitre orstale drugs are administered to a patient. Mr. Yearby is well known hereuK and 1 leel that the confidence Dlaced inthim Orange county and IlUuLU:ni-Jiu t iivui uiv..v vu..w we will supply only iresn; pure urugs, etc -! , ; 2 .Very respectfully, As JOSEPII GKAH AM, M. D. To the People of Hillsbpro and Orange County: We wish to call your attention to the fact that we have opened a Drui; Store in' the old Hooker building on Churton street, Hillsboro, N. C, and want your patronage. We have a -freh .new line of everything you wish. These goods were I 'ought for cash, in large quan tity and therefore we can make the prices just to suit you. Kindly call and give us a chance, tor we are chock full ot accommodation and mean to please y.tuu.-; . . " Very respectfully. GBAHAM-YEARBY.DRUG CO. SrSiibscribe for the ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER. $1.00 for 1 12;m6ntbss-6 months 50 cents. -3r 5 ass2 The Kind Tou Have Always in use for over 30 years, All Counterfeits, Imitations and . Just-as-good are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of In mts and Children Experience ' against KxporfrnAnt What is CASTOF.IA Castoria is' a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant . Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It . cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE Bears the CASTORIA The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITV" AV Wi- FOR SALE BY MRS. M? L. TAYLOR & SISTER 1875. 1903. SPRING A.JST MILLINERY. Our New Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery has arrived, and we have now ready for the trade the latest and most desirable styles for Ladies and Children, and at prices to suit everybody. We have a splendid stock of the Most" Fashionable Goods in Hats. Bonnets, Ribbons, Feathers and Trimmings. A Full Line of Notions, Ladies' Dress Trimmings, Jewelry, &c. Public invited to inspect our goods. Orders by mail will receive imme diate attention. MRS. M. L. TAYLOR & SISTER. , TATiS OF NORTH CAROLINA ) Orange CooNrr. $ Superior Court, Mar 17, 1902. N. J, Williams, Against Josephine H. Williams. NOTICE. Tbe defendant J osephine H. Williams, above named, will take notice that an action entitled a? above has been com menced in the Superior Court: ot Or ange County for the purpose of obtain ing a divorce from tbe bonds of matri mony existing between plaintiff and defendant ; and the said Josephine H. Williams will further take notice that she is required to appear at the next term ot the Superior Court ot Orange County to be held on the 19th day of May, 1902, at the court .house in Hills boro. ,N. C, and answer or demur to the complaint which has been filed in said action, or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in. the compiaint. D. H. HAMILTON, Clerk of the Supeiior Court. THRKSHERS, ENGINES, CORN HUSKER3, SAW MILLS, ETC. I have accepted the Agency for The New Birdsall Co , Auburn, N. Y for the counties of Orange, Person, Ala mance, Durham, Moore, Wake, Chat ham and Granville, and wiil be glad to furnish estimates on all kinds of ma chinery. : For.Catalogue and further particulars address me at Caldwell Institute, Or ange county, N. C. WV.J. MILLER. Foley's Honey ana Tar teals iting ana stops tne Gouga Bought, and nvliih as been. has borne the signature of and nas peeu ipade under his per sonal supervision since its Infancy Allow o one to deceive'you in this. Signature of rpHE SOUTHERN RAILWAY Announces the Opening of the WINTER TOURIST SEASON AND The Placn on Sale of ' . -. oitrwion Ticltets To all prominent poiuts in the SOU TH, SO UTH W EST, WEST IK DIES, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA, Including St. Augustine, Palm Beach. Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa, Port Tampa, Brunswiek, Thomasville, Charles ton, Aiken, Augusta Pine hurst, Asheville, Atlanta, New Orleans, Mem phis and ' IHE LAND OF THE SKY Perfect Dining and Sleeping-Car Sc vice on All Trains. See That Your Ticket Heads VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY, Ask anv Tinkpf. A.cent for fall infor mation, or address R.L.Vernon, F. R. Darbtv Trav. Pass. Agt. City Pass. andT. Agt Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C. S. H. Haudwick, General Passenger Agent. J. M. Culp, VV. A. TtTRlc. Traflc Manager, Asst. Pass. fraf. Mg'r Washington, D. O. : THE SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for $20.00. This kind of a machine can be bought from us or any of our -dealers from $15.00 to $18.O0 WE MAKE A VARIETY. HIE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. The Feed determines the strength of Weakness of Sewing Machines. The? Doable Feed combined with other itrong points makes the Hi etr Homo the best Sewing Machine to buy. ffforCIRCULARSSr, tre manufacture and prices before purchasing HE RE W SOME SEWING HMHIHE 60. ORANGE. MASS. 28 Union Sq. N". Y.f Chicago, 111., Atlanta, Gto. iU Louis.Mo., Dallas,Tex.f San Franoiaoo, Cal FOR SALE BY BO YCAfif' EXPERIENCE r . i Designs rrtYviC Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description ravf nnickly ascertain our opinion freethr aa . fnvention Is probably patentable. Comrtttniai tions strictly confldentiaL Handbook on Paten- sent free. Oldest apency f or serart patwit. Patents taken thronfjh Mnnn A Co. receir " special notice, without char are. in the Scientific American. A handsomely illnstrated weekly. JjWMt' Branch C-ceTfe V BU Wa-hto-to-. P. C glXECUTOR'S NOTICE. flavin o; qualified as Executor opori the estate of W. D. Woods, deceased notice is given to all pei sons indebted to said estate to make immediate pay ment to me, and all persons having claims pgainst said estate must present them to the undersigned PrPr,r authenticated on or before the 3d daj of March 1903, or this notice will in pleat in bar of their recovery. ;. v Executor. -1 f"' IHADb mrri . m m nir BUY .