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ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER.
HILLSBOROUGH, N. C. THURSDAY, - - - - - Sbpt. 25, 1902. Published Every Teeursday. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Publisher and Owner. - , STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 'For Chief Justice Supreme Court WALTER CLARK, of Wake. One hundred and ten negroes tvviw nuivu uuu v u vjr ja iiavsivi a,a- ;i tired in a panio at the church in Birmingham, Ala , on Friday night, 'Sept. 19th, where the negro Baptist National Convention was in session. The panic was caused by a fight be tween two Men, some one raising the cry of fire. a We bate received from Mr. X ,E. Pogae, the wide-awake'Seeretary of the State Fair, a Premium List of the Great State Ffir to b a held at Raleigh October 27-31. The Fair will be well pstionized this year, and we hope the promise to give the people a decent show will be car ried out by the management. A Boi's Wild Ride For Life. With family around expecting him to die, and a son riding for lite, 18 miles, to get Dr.Hiug's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs aod Colds, W. H. Brown, of Lees ville, Ind . endured death's agonies from asthma, but this wonderfal medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him. He writes: I now sleep soundly every night." Like marvel, ous cures of Consumption, Pnea mania, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and. Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50o and $1.00. Trial bottles free at W. A. Hayes drugstore. (Kins ton News, The farmers generally ti&ve been very successful in curing tobacco. A large number of them in this and adjoining counties had never planted any of the weed until this year. They are gratified with their sacoees, not only in Jelrcurh)xiAbutin .jncQ8 secured V ; Take C abb of the Stohach. mi . ' . s alio man or woman wnose ai gestion is perfect and whose stomach . e . . umiui ins iLB eweiy luuutiuu ic ucvci &ick. Kodol cleanses, purifies and sweetens the stomach and cures pos itively and permanently all stomach troubles, indigestion and dyspepsia. It is the wondeful reconstructive tonic that is making so maoy sick people well and weak people strong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment in the food thev eat. Rev. J, II Holladay, of Holladay, Miss., writes: ''Kodol has cared me. I consider it the best remedy I ever used for dyspepsia aod etomach troubles. . I was given up by pnysi ians. Kodol saved my life." Take it after meals. W- A. Hayes. Greensboro Telegram. Two young men participated in ao egg-eating contest Tuesday in a cafe near the depot. The man that ale the most eggs was to be the win ner, the other man footing the bill for both. One ate forty-three and the oiher forty.four. Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs. v.:''';; . "Several years since my lungs were so badly affected that I bad many : hemorrhages," Writes A. M. Ake, of Wood, Ind. I took treat ment with several physicians with out any benefit. 1 , then Started to take Foley's Honey and Taruhd my lungs are now as sound as a bullet. I recommend it in advanced stages of lung trouble." W. A. Hayes. Mount Airy News. The apples finding their way to market in this place are mostly of fair quality this year and briDg good prices, Dealers here do not expect to be able to fill all their ordeaa, as the' crop is a small one compared with former years. Used For Pneumomia. Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., says, "I have used Foley's Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every case." Refuse substitutes, W. A. Hayes. ' Wilson News. i be tobacco sales in Wiluon this week exceeded one and a half mil lioa pounds. tm Kind You Uavo Al vavs Routrtr Barsth A AN ABLE SOLICITOR The'Greeosboro Patriot publishes a good picture of i that able aod effi ticnt officer, Solicitor A. L. Brook, of this (the 9ib) Judicial' District, and also publishes the nominating and seconding speeches made in thej .iu bcu K r , - . , . convention at ureensooro, uu uu. . We congratulate the State upon having such on able and efficient officer to enforce the laws, and ihe Democratic party for ha wisdom io naming Mr. Brooks as their candi date to succeed himself. All jodi cial nominations are important. The responsibility of enforcing and up holding the criminal law rests upon the judges and solicitors. The secu rity of life and property is in their hands, and none bit the best men should be selected for these posi tions. Both , positions should be filled by men of high legal attain meuts, perfect, honor and integrity, and strict morality. Such a fnan the people of this district have in the person of A. L Brooks. The high compliments which Gov. Sted man, oiie of his assocUtes of the Greensboro bar, and Col. Cunning bam, a distinguished citizen of his native county, pay him iu their speeches, should be gratifying to our "Solicitor, And to "know that1 Mr. Brooks thoroughly measures up to these high enooniums and ful yi appreciates the great responsibility; of his position we have hot to read his speech accepting the nomination': so graciously tendered. ;VV . -o . Feet Swollen to Immense Size. "I bad kidney trouble so bad," says J. J. Cox, of Valley View, Ky., uthat I could not work, my fett were 'swollen to immense size and I was confined to my bed and physi cians were unable to give me any; relief. My doctor finally prescribed: Foley's Kidney Cure which made al well man of me." W. A. Hayes. o ; . Littleton Female College has opened with about 120 boarding pu pils present on the first day. This is the largest oDeoing in the history of the Institction. Many others are yet expected. o Lingering Summer Colds. Don't let a cold run at this season Summer colds are- the hardest kind to cure and if neglected may linger along for months- A loog siege like this will pull down the strongest constitution. One Minute Cough Cure will break op the attack at once. Safe, sure, acts at once. Cores coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, all throat and lung troubles. The chil dren like it. W, A. Hayes. - o- Wiltniagton Star. The expenses of New York foot up about $100,000,000 a year, near ly three times as much as it takes to run the State outside of the city. The fellows outside haven't caught on like the burgers. o A New Jersey Editor's Testi- ; MONIAL. M. T. Lynch, Editor of the Phil Ilpsburg, N. J. Daily Post, writes : ''I have used many kinds of medi cines for coughs and colds in my family bat never anything so gooc as roieys iioo-ey aud xar. lean- not say too much in praise of it." W. A, Hayes. ; - O Gen. John B. Gordon, the distin guisbed Confederate veteran, will lecture in Wilmington, N, C, in November or December. O " -Foley's Kidney Care makes the diseased kidneys sound so .they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. W. A. Hayes. . The value of real and personal property listed for taxation in Wake county is $13,478,230, an Increase over the previous year of Sl.683,424 The taxes, including polls, will ag gregate $134,759, . ' 6 CURES WHERE All FISF F!S. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. m time, sola by drwgjgts. Weekly Hillsboro Market Re- PORT. Wheat, per bushel of 60 lbs., 80 to bo cts. . Corn, pei bushel of 56 lbs., 85 cts. Oats, per bushel ol 32 lbs., 60 cte. Meal, per bushel of 46 lbs., 90 cts. fork, 7 1-2 cts per pound. Baconhog round 12 12 to 15 cts. flour, per barrel $4.00 to 85.50. Tallow, per pound, 4 to - cts. Beeswax, per pound, 20 cts. Butter, per pound, 20 cts. Eggs, ner dozen, 15 cts. Peas, per boshel, 81.25 to 81.75. Beans, per bushel, 82 00 to 82.50. Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents per pound. Chickens, each. 10 to 25 cts. ' FeathersLive Geese 40 cts. per pound. T7 1 1 3 r . n i- ii uui wssuBuao io oo cts. per pounu. unwasoea wool, 10 to 5S0 cts per pouna. Coffee, 8 13 to 20 cts. per pound. Sugar, 5 to 6 cts. per pound. Ail kinds of country produce io gooa aemand. A Parson's Noble Act. "I want all the world to fcnow " writes Rev.C J. Bad long, of Aaba way, R. I "what a thoroughly good and - reliable medicine I found iu Eiectric Bitters, They cored cue of jaundice and liver troubles that bad , Oiused me great Buffering for many j years. For a Senainet ' al-around - m w . . . 0 t pvtlP Maw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver, Kidney and Stomach troubles. Don't fail to try them. Only 50 cts. Satisfaction is guaranteed by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. . -- O ' ; fGoldsboro Argus.") 2 Tobacco issiill coming in in large quantities.. All the warehouses naa large breaks Thursday and the prices were as high as at any time luring the reason- it rs said tnat about half of the crop of this section has already been sold. . Foley's Honey and Tar is, pecu liarly adapted lor chronic , throat troubles and will positively care bronchitis, hoarseness and al bron chial diseases. Refuse substitutes. W. A.Hayes. TXRUSTEE'S SALE. ' . g , By virtue of power given jfii a deed of trust made and executed on the 8th day ot August 1901. oy ana oetween UiU. Tapp. V7m. Tapp and Bella, Tapp, :Sa rah Tapp, Jerry Kowland and Cornelia Rowland, John McPherson and Lizzie Mcpherson parties of the first -part, D. H. Hamilton, Clerk, Trustee, of Orange County, North Carolina, party of the second part, and State of North Carolina of the third part, the undersigned will sell for cash at'the court house door in Hillsboro, on Monday, October , 1902, ail that tract oriparcel ot land, situate in Orange county, Hillsboro township, ana oounued as tollows : On the north by Lucmda Thompson's estate, on east by James Webb, Jr & Bro., on the south bv George Mayo and on the west by Eno river, couta.hing 33 acres, more or less, and known as the Major Dickson tract. " i. - Tbis 5th day of September, 1902. D. H. HAMILTON, Clerk, . Trustee. gALE OF VALUABLE LAND. On Monday, October 13. 1902, it court house door in Hillsboro in obpflienee to order in the special proceeding eh ti tied Absalom Haith cock vs. Martha Allen and others, 1 will -offer tor sale a tract of land of about Filty- Acres bounded on the north by lands of John VV. ykes (or James Webb), on -east by 4dolphus Burnett, on south by Adol- pus Burnett, and on the west by Alex, A. bmith, uescribefl in deed from Ayey Johnson to Candace Haithcock. ' Terms of sale: One-third cash arid balance in 6 and 12 months with inter est from day of sale . v This 30th day of A ugust, 1902. JOdN W. GRAHAM, f Commissioner. Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea Woman's Formerly One Dollar ine THIS Is the cheapest and. best , Fashion Magazine kow - be fore the American public. It shows New Ideas In Fashions, in Milfioery, ' in Embroidery, in Cooking, In Woman's Work and in Reading; beautifufiy illustrated in colors and In black and white. 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Reading is solely re- No news; no politics. A grand pa per for the trutbsteker. It contains; Editorial, Christian Endeavor Topic, ' Epwortn League Topici Sabbath-School iJesson, Choice Poetry, - Good Stories, Reports of Missions, Mothers' Sabbath Afternoon ' . With the Children! And a mass of matter earelully se lected. ; . xend for free sample copies of Wit ness and Sabbath Reading. And send for free sample pages ot bur Baff ster's Bible. Address f JOHN DOUG ALL & CO., 150 Nassau Street, New York. Magaz T Beware of tux Knije No nroffssion has advanced more rapidly of laW than surgery, but U should not be used except where absolutely' Necessary. : In 'caeea of piles. ftJr'exauiple. it ie seldom need ed. -De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve euiee quickly and permanently. Uj: eq o ailed 1 for cots, burns, 'bruises, wounds, skin liHeases. Accept no counterleits. I was so troubled w itb bleeding piles that I lost tnttch blood and strength." says J. C. Phil lips, Paris, III. "De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a short time." Soothes aod heals. W. A. Hayes. The Republican convention in are county nominated George G. Daniels for th Legislature upon a platform to prohibit the lijjuor trat bo in North Carolina- Fortune Favors A Texan. "Having distressing pains in head, back and stomaoh.'and being without appetite, I began to use Dr. King's New Life Pills," writes W. P. Whitehead, ol Kennedale, Texas, Maud soon felt like a new man." In fallible in stomach and liver troubles. Only ..25c at W. A. Hayes' ;drpg tore. . The Salisbury Sun ,eays the Re formed Church in North -Carolirrs is' to establish ao orphanage and that it; will. probably be located at Crescent, seven miles from Salisbury. Doctors Could Not Help Her "I had kidney trouble for vears." writes Mrs Raymond Conner, of bhe'.ton, Wash., 'and : the doctors could not cure -me, I tried Foley s Kidney Cure, and the very first dose gave me rolief and I am now cored. I cannot say too mtrch fr Foley's Kidney Cure." VV. A, Hayes. 5 KIDNEY DISEASES Are the most fatal of all dis eases. P UlE I 0 6uarantesd Renedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c aod $100. , W. A HAYES. E X ECU TOR'S NOTICE. paving qualified as Executor , of Miss ftlaryj;.-' lJckettv deceased, all persons fnffeuedTTo 9airestate"are hereb v noti- nca to make immediate payment, and all claims agaiust the same must be ex hinted to the undersigned on or before the 20th day of -August, 1903, or this no tice win De plead in bar of their ''re covery. This 20th dav of August, 1902 ALLEN R. HAYES, Execut jr. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,! . Orange County. 5 Superior Court, Aug. 11, 1902. Kno Cotton Mills Against ' J. Henry Andrews. - . NOTICE. .: . Let the defendant above named take notice : The purpose ot the above entitled action which has been commenced in said Court is to obtain judgment against him ior $i,050.0C, the value of 700 cords ol wood ' at $1.50 per cord, which said Eno Cotton Mills paid to sundry per sons upon the tradulent orders 'of de fendant, in the course ol his etnploy ment as engineer of said Mills, said wood having, never been received by 'said -Andrews, though by him falsely represented to have been so received. And the said J. Henry Andrews is hereby required to appear and answer or demur to the complaint in the above entitled cause, at a h'uperior Court to bexheld for Orange County at the court p-ouso in Hillsboro N. C", on the 6th Monday atter the 1st Monday iu Sep tember, 190J, or the plaintiff will apply to said Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Jet the defendant fur ther take notice that a warrant ot at tachment was sued out iu the above entitled cause, based on the claim above set forth and returnable into the office of the Clerk of said Court on the 4th Monday bilore . the -1st Monday in September, 1902. and levied Julv 21st: IA902, on the lands and personal prop7. erty oi tne defendant J. II. Andrews in Orange County. D H. HAMILTON, - Clerk of the Superior Court. cwaacofYnamsae. , Our fee returned if we fail. Any one seridt bg sketch and description of any invention. Will promptly receive our opinion ; free concerning the patentability of same. "How to Obtain a Patent" sent upon request Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. - Patents taken but through us receive sptria notice, without charge, in The Patent Reo Prd, an illustrated and widely circulated jour, bal, consulted by Manufacturers and Investors. vs Send for sample copy FREE. , Address, VICTOR J. EVA11S & G0. (Patent Attorney, ' EYdns Building, WASIIKIQTOH, D. a Foley's Honey ahd Tar for children, safe, sure. No opiates. 7 Not Doccied Foe Life ; : , ! was treaty d lor three years by writes W. A. Greer, good doctors. McConnellsvil e, O , Vfor Pilesand Fiittula, but, en all failed, Bucke lien's Arnica S ye cured me in two Burns, Broise, Cuts, weeks " Curl Corns," Sores, K IropiiotiH, Salt Iiheum, Piles or no pay, 2oo at W. A, Hayes1 drug stbre. . t Is Our Qimate CIiaufi- Wash' gton Gazette Said one of the citizens of Wash- ington :-"Thete is no doubt in rnv mind about Eastern North Carolina Laving passed 'through a change eff climate. Oar winters are growiag warmer.: and shorter and other changes have taken place." When 1 was a bov ihe is now oast eicnivi l B W -"I bad never beard ot a cyclone, and a storm when it came lasted from one to three days, -and our winters we're loner aud cold When l was. aoout forty years old 1 first heard ot a oy clone and. never heard of one visit insr ibis section ontil six years ago. Any old man will tell you our cli mate and seasons are not like they were when be Jvwas a young man, aud this part ot.tt.e State has parsed through cnanges thai are surprising .... o -'. A Sad Disappointment. Id effect! e liver medicine is a dis-j appointment, bat you don't waot to purge, strain and break the glands o! the stomach and bowels. De Witt's' Little Early Risers never disappoint. They cleanse the system L ot all poison and putrid matter and do it so genii v that one enjoys ine pleas ant effects. They are a tonic to the iiver. Core biliousness, torpid liver and prevent fever, W. A. Hayes. Digests what you eat. Tht TreTiftra.tioii contains all of the dicrestants and digests all kinds of f nnrL Tt. i?i ves instant relief and never fails tr rnrft. It allows VOll tb eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By Its use many thousands .of dyspeptics have been cured after cvervthincr else failed. Is nnpnnallpd for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. Gfjpos all stomach troubles Prepared only by E. O. DeWitt & Co., Chicago ; Xe U. DObkiU CUUklUSrw7S blUlCB UJC WVi BUK W. A. HAYES ma Mrs. Laurfc. S. Webb TtcePrel4lent Woman's Demo cratic Clubs of Bf ortbern Onlo. '. " dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching. I noticed Wine of Catdui, and decided to try a bot tle. I experienced some relief the first month, so 1 kept on taking it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take it off and on now until 1 have passed the climax." Female weakness, disordered menses, falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off. They follow a woman to the change of life. Do not wait but take Wine of Cardni now and avoid the trou ble. Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering' woman- of any age. Wine of Cardui relieved Mrs. Webb when she was in dan ger. When you come to the change of life Mrs. Webb's letter Vill mean more to you than it does now. But you may now avoid the suffering she endured. Druggists aeil $1 bottles of Wine of Cardui. A FREE PATTERN (your own selection) to erery sub scriber. Only 50 cents a var. A LADIES' MAGAZINE. A pom ; beautiful -colored plates U.tst i sshioas ; dreMmsIcing ecoooinies ; fancy work ; household hint ; fiction, etc. Sub erUte to-day, or, send SC for latest copr. Idy scents wanted. Send for terms. Stylish, Reliable, Simple, Up-to-date, Economical and Absolutely Perfect-Fitting Paper Patterns. Al Seams Allowetf ans PerforattoM iae nsUM aid Sewtoa timet. 9 Pd 5 "n1 eacb-none hiirber. Ask for them. Sold in nearly every city and town, or by mail from . THE McCALL CO. I13-I15-1I7 West 31st St, KCW YCSL Dyspepsia Cure ttow I' - -jJTCANK NASH, ' ATTORN ET-AT-lAW, - Hillsboro, N. C. : Office' next door .to-Dr. st,,. . office, near the hotel. Wlck W. GRaHAM, Attornet-at Law. . Oxford, N. C. Will practice in the Courts nt n. Person, Durham and 'Granville. arS the Supreme Court. - ' anctifi g M. GATri, Attornet-at-L A w, Hillsboro, N. C. Practices in State and Federal . Prompt attention to all business. Sn JOHN W. GRAHAM. PAUL C. QRABA. l KAHAiU. a UuAilASl, Attornets-at-Law, Hillsboro. N. C. Prictlce in tfte"nnYis rtf aiJ:- I Durham, Granville, Person and Orange! D Rv j. S. SPUBfGEON, Dentist, Hillsboro, N. C. H3&r Office on Churton Htrpf Parks & fledgpeth's Furnitnre Store. yilJLlAM J. MILLER, Finisher ANto Undertaker, Caldwell Institute, N. C. Keens OU hand ft ortnrl afn1r vV n-x- tins, ijaskets, Ac, at prices as low as the lowest. Has a line Hearse, and all or ders in the undertaking line rt'n-m. ceive prompt attention. H J O H N SON e r HILLSBORO, N. C, 'cxt door west of the printing office Ol ...THE ORANOfe COONTV OBSERVER. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of all kiftds repaired promptly and sati&faction guaranteed. Give me a trial. FOUTZ'S iORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS yp Hons win He of Couc. Bots or he, ir ifouiz's rowaen nre used in time. . Fontz's Fowdorewjllcftreand preventFotWBOLxit. Fonte's Powders , uill prevent Gapej rs Fowls. Fonte's Powders will Increase the quvitity ol millr nd creanntwenty per cent-, and niak vne butter Una ; in sweet. Foatzs Powders will enre or prersat almost itkk JiaKASB to which Horses and Cattle are subject. FOUTZ'S Powders wiia site SatistachoX Sold everrwoere. C.va . fOTTTZ, ProprUtet. : " 'V . " : '.. : SAI.TIMOBE. lECb tFor hale at Hillsboro by "W , A. Hayes, Druggist. " . ,t TOO FAT PlEOPIiE - Reduce Your Weight 1 . . . . '. W i with Keducto is a pet fectly harm less vegetable compound en dorsed by thousands of physi cians and people who have it. , We send you the Formula, ' you make "Red ucto" at honie if you desire, you know full well the ingredients and therefore need have : . no fear of evil effects. Send One Dollar for Re ceipt and instructions, or , 6 cents for sample treat ment. Everything mailed " in plain envelope. , ADDRESS: GINSENG CHEMICAL CO r ; 3701 S. Jefferson Ave., ; S1 LOUIS, MO. TTENTION OLD CONFEDSI - All Confederate Veterans in tl e county of Orange are earnestly re quested to send their names and post office addresses to Miss Rebecca Came ron; Secretary Gen. Georere Burswin Anderson Chapter of the United Daugh ters tot the Confederacy, liillfboro, N. C, so that application blanks ior the Southern Cross ol Honor mar be sent to them to fill un. The ChaDter de sires to bestow the Cross of Honor on all thfe Orange County Veterans, and for this purpose requires the aid of the veterans themselves. Prompt action on their part will greatly oblige the Chap ter. -. -'-, . V MRS. GEORGE P. COLLINS, , President. Miss Rebecca Cameron,. Secretary. FOR TOWNSHIP CONSTABLE. I hereby announce xnvself an Inde pendent candidate lor Township Con stable. : : W. E. THOMPSON. FOR TOWNSHIP CONSTABLE. I hereby announce myself a candid ate lor Constable of Hillsboro Town ship at electibn to be held on first Tuesday in November. . r JOHN T. RICE. BAMWlER : 6 A LVl th most hwBllng salvo In the vvoriA Lr tb Fa