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H ILLSBOROUGH, NV ;.C . THURSDAY, - - : DBt?. 13,1914 Published Every Thursday. JOSEPH) A. HARRIS, Publisher and Owner. ' . Wilmington Messenger. . : ; The Slate Legislature will meet January 4ih Ot course van entire naw et of officers will have to be both Houses . witn- ine 7TZ r X UC Viol n vx wiiw iivvnv v i7 sentatives has finished the compile tioo of a list ot ..the members of. the House in the FiinthiCongrestv whih shows thai the Reimblicans I REPORT - OF D. H. HAMIIrON, CLKKIC OF SUt EKltK" CUUItT OF ORANGE COUNTY. To the Chairman of the Board of Com : missioners of Orange County.; In accordance with Chapter 580 of the Laws ot North Carolina, Acts oi ex-Jodee Graham, of tbe House, although i hey had fany AMOUNTS DUE ON: BILL dented for if ' f ili'n nxooi rl i n r nffinfll of excel) tiou ui iuo w : i . ;.i r i uie unws ui vw.,ii voivuu, ....vy. thp Senate. - There aw aireoy in wni ua v f"- 1 isau i suomit me iouowiug rciurb the field tour candidates for speaKer ns. xni !tjyKwv'i '" I certify that this is a mu ana true r HnnBa nf Renresentatives. the liepublicSris-Kiiye ever tiaa ,jv statement. of all iunds in my nanas : Jl vwwww S . r .ti o.nn ftf ( rnvAn ? I as - moCD no in me-r orty-i""" r w SnhArno; of Hertford, arid CohgresVBnd U2 in the F.ftoorth x. " . - ,rr . . .. l . nil t t. WP. Wood, of Randolph, lio w congress, i ne eiuooraiHaoy, , j maoy more there Will be. by tbe time naa a larger mjoruy iuiUr.j the Legislature meets l&o one cn second Congress. r i . t AHritiin in LhiB - mere are . -om. . . -.- - . tiknv Ahhnr nltieea to ' Oil ana ior It is now predicted -that theJa panese will not sacrifice any more lives in attempting to lake Port Ar thnr'bnt will undertake to starve out the Russians. North 'Carolina is mccessfiftly manufaotoringsteel and iron bridges Th1 Steel Bridge CJompany at Bur lingion is doing a ? rnshi ots business now since its' consolidation who me Roanoke 'ferfdge Company. They will add at once about aeventj-flve additional men. They have 'a v6ry large contraot to be finished by ntfxt March, which will necessitate the in crease in force, .v . A mass meeting of the Jdrmefs of Orange county is called to meet athe coart house in Hillshoro next turday, Deo. 17ib, to discdss tbe present low prices at which cotton is now feeling and to devise some way by whiob the farmers can pro cure better prices for the remainder of the crop. The farmers in Texas, Georgia, and all ot the cotton grow ing States are taking similar action. We hope that every- cotton tanner in Orange county who desires to see cotton bring better prises will 'at tend this meeting. It is , important. Removes the microbes bat these plaoes the woods is tull jf can-1 povetishnbe blodd and cireulatiop. didatea: We : are sorry 'that 'there Stons all trouble that interferes with are not enough offices to go iTdond. nutrition. That's what tjollister s Anni ninetv-five oer cent. of the Ro'ck v Mountain . Tea will ;,io. ' 35 knVHitiiea will be disappointed. We ,ents. ; i?ea v or Tablets vW- leel sorry lor be helped. them, but it can not l Hayes. Thousanp Dollar's Wort (fx Good. BOOK . -- . State vs Webb and Faucette Doe ', , - Svaie vg Dur JJer.Co Due Z E Morton State vs SandeV et al.;- Duei Jr J:Oates j State vs Merritjb Due O H Walker . , , ; State vs C' aud Mayes Due De Witt Mangum m M Strowd k 3 s State vs F Walker t al Doe Will Mitchell State vs Walker Due J L Warren 4 5 73 1 ;::".-15 :!:::- 80 "1 90 I 1 40 Wilmingioti Messenger.' Small nrix hid r'fair to become epi l.V deinio in se vera! v sections ot the State vsS SpaVrow A. H. Thurries, a well knpwn. coal g. . this winter. ? It is spreading! Doe Cora Whitaker Aerator ot Buffalo, Ohio, write? ifl r-n;aiv in ihanv towns and vr oral dis-tbtaie vs Ubas Omith tricts. The healtnTiutnoriiies soouiu iumuuw yvy tftltft nreoautions to keeblt 'down, ot te vs Joe late Th nnlv safe means seems to be a Dae Ann Andrews ceneral vaeciriaiidb, eithWontaytaie vs Gpl.well Bush or compnlsory. ' f' ; . a . . : H S b ' ' ' '.I t: 1 have beteri afflicted with" kidney and bladder trouble for years, passiog gravel or. stones with excruciatiug pain, ; I gotr no relief' trom medi cines until I began taking Foley's Kidney -Cure, then the result was eorprising. A few doses started the brick dUst like fine'stoneS and now I hftvA no nain across mv kidneys and F . I feel liCe u new man. 1 bb IB .5 Coughs, Colds ad Coh stipai1oit. Few people realize";, when taking It has done f cough medicines other thau me a $1000 worth df ?good." Jones. iLaorinburg Exchange.1 If the Legislature passes a prohi bition bill lor Richmond county, there will - be no place on the old Carolina Central railroad afterleav ing Wilmington to Hutherfordtou where whiskey can be legally sold, a distance of 267 miles. . o Revolution Imminent, Due Ellep! Davis rt Vickey Pratt ; State vs Oscar Pick ard Due SheriS Hamilton H S tate "?s O J, Forrest Due State vs Geo Turner ; ' ;50 50 'art K r 50 n D Honey and Tar. tnai tuey contain opiates w men aie -cooipiiuuK vr Due D C Mangum sides being unsafe, particularlyJpr Dameron V8 Wo7da lL:i J. LT. M.inatr anfl Tar - Due J V Risgsbee children. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates, is safe, and sure and will not consUDate. C D. Jdnes. ' ' ' " r '"' b State vs Terrell Due Chas Bradshaw State vs Strowd DueX3 G Io8s t. State vs Mitchell et al Due B Harrelson . I Burlington Ne ws.' iW Faucette and Freeman and C. E. McLean, of .this place, who State vs Pendergraaa Nneni ibhc wees, iu urauvuis quuuit i xuo vji a uaivsg hunting? deer report a royal time. Fight Will Be lJiitEik. Thdso who wf?l persist in closing iheir ears, against the continual re commendation of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, will have a long, arid bitter fight with their troubles, if not ended earlier by iatal termination. Read what T. R. Beall, of Beall, Miss., has to say : HtLa8t fall my wife bad every symp tom of consumption. She took Dr. King's New. Discovery after every thing else had tailed. Improvement -came at bneo and four bottles en tirely cU ed her. ; Guaranteed by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Price 50o 'and 51.00. Trial bottles tree.' . : A . . . .. They were handsomely, entertained t A sure sign ot approaching revo t b brother of Dr. Faacette, and and serious troub e in your system is , M t , t u s .,..,.iAL Bm. tound game abundant. During their nervouBiHjBB, sieep. eDu,' . u- A h .... 5t Bittere will r?y vx , TJr : z Tr r game . -.- Ritl.H mill I ."J auickly dismember the turbulent er a?a a wutVe K: causes. It never fails stomach, regulate the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate the Liver, and clatify the blood. Run down sys terns benefited particularly and all the usual attending acheS vanish under to tone the Tb?y brought back one; or two deer ana other small game as a ioseu oi their success! . . i . K' "... A Frightened Horse, ' Running like mad down the its searching and thorough effective- street dumping the octfupantn, or :'a ness. Electric BrtterS is only W)e, hundred other accidents, , are every and that Is returned if ft don't give day occurrences. It be doves every- perfect satisfaction, tiuaranteed by body to have a reliable qal?e bandy i&t. I and there's none as good as Bock- 'Wilmington Star. The South contains about 5,000, 000 people. No .landslide can have any terrors for a bnnah like that. The cotton pickers pick and the mill whistle's whistle right at tbe cotton. Boy's Life Saved Ficok Membra nous Croup, C. W. Lynch, a prominent citizen of Wiiicbester, Indiana, writes : "My little boy had a severe attack of membranous croup and only got re lief after taking Foley'H Honey and Tar, He got relief after one done and 1 leel that it saved the life ot my boy." Refuse substitutes. C. D. Jones. In 1834 one of the leading rail roads in the United btates printed on its time table : ''The locomotive Will leave tbe depot every day. at ten o clock, if the weather is fair." The Japs may fight the Russians, On land or on the sei; But the girls of thi here country, Fight tor Rooky M antairi Tea. W. A. Hayes. The San ford Express serves no tice that a fight is to be made before tbe Legislature for a new county with bantord as the county seat. Bears the Signature of stori Tha Kind Ygt: Have Always Bought W. A, Hayes, Druggist V Wilmington Star Anthracite coal in North Cato- lina 1 Certainly. North Carolina has somethiog of everything. :A company With large capital has be gan the development of tbe coal fields in Stokes county, and are evi dently going to strike it rich- Its wonderful power goes to the ed yesterday morning and will sail seat of voUr trouble. vitalizes. tQiaay ior jjiveri ooi, xungiana. j.ne strengthens every part of your body, cargo consists of 17,22$ bales, val That's what Hollister's Rooky Moun- ued at 8860,000, and is oonsigoed by . ' . n I m m & 1 . i .bo tain Tea does, bo cents. Tea or Messrs. iiexanaer op runt k oons, goo len's Arnica Salve. , Burns, : Cuts, Sores, Eezema and Piles, disappear quickly under its soothing effect. 25o, at W. A. Hayes' "Drug Store. : Wilmington Star. The largest cargo of ' cotton ever exp'orted from Wjimingtdn is aboard the. British steamer "Anglo Saxon," 2,671 tons, Capt. Perry, which cleir Tablets, W. A. Hayes. LiVS. 1004. . , and ; . WINTER MILLINERY. Our Fall- and Winter Mil- the largest individual cotton export ers in the world. Report From . TStf Reform School; , :; J. G. Gluck, Superintendent, Pi u nytowo, West Virginia,' wri.te,3 : "After trying all other advertised cough medicines we have decided to , -... ui j rr j rn 1 onsif iu vuo cab. ii.gtuia tciui ill School. I find it the most effective and absolutely harmless. C. D. STATEMENT :"5,: Of the number of d ays and mile age of the Board of Commissioners of Orange County for 12 months ending 1st Dec, 1904 : A. F. ANDREWS. 29 days at 02 per day, $ 58 00 322 miles, 5 cts per mile, 16 10 S 74 10 THOMAS H. WILSON. 29 days at $2 per day, 58 00 270 miles, 5 cts per mile, 13 50 B. H. McKEE. 29 days at $2 per day, 218 miles; 5' cts per mile, $ 71 50 58 00 10 90 $ 68 90 Total, $214 50 1, John Laws, Cferk of the Board of Commissioners for Orange Cnnn. ty, do hereby certify that the forego ing la a true statement of the num oer oi days each mamber of the Board attended, number of miles traveled and the amounj; of money auuweu u eaon member. -This 30th day of Nov , 1904. JOHN LAWS, ! lerk Board Co. Comm'rs. In selecting our goods tor this sea son we bought the latest styles and best quality. We have the roost stylish Hats, trimmed and unt rimmed, ever of fered in HillsbVro, and suitable for all classes and all ages. The pretti est line of Fancy Veils and Veiling ever shown here. The daintiest of Flowers And Ribbons. A beautiful line of Fancy Collars for ladies New and pretty trimmitigs for Shirt Waists. Handkerchiefs, Combs, Jew elry, and a complete stock of every thing usually kept in a first-class millinery estaolishment, Out of-town , oostoraers' will have their orders supplied promptly at short notice. MRS. M.. L. TAYLOR & SISTER. QHRISTMAS HOLIDAY EXCUR- .". '.: SIOK RATES ,; " Via : i SOUTHERN i-v RAILWAY. 14-1905: Account Chr&tmW and ifew Year Holidays, Southeni4 Rjtil way will sell tickets at extiemely 16'w; rates. Dates of sale of tickets to the General public, December 23, 24.C2o'arid 31, 1904, and January 1, 1905,' with ffnal limit January 4, 19G5. Dates oi sale ot tickets to Students and teachers, upon presentation of Car tificate signed by the Superintendent. Principal or President of Schools and Colleges, December 17 to 24, inclusive, with final return limit January 8, 1905. For information as to Hates, Scned ules, Sleeping Car Accommodations, etc., ask any Agent, or R. L, VERNON, T. P. A., Charlotte. N. C ' JJ- H. WOOD, D. P. A., AshevUle, N. C. S. H. HARD Wick. Passenger Traffic .Manager. Washinirton. D. C. W. H. T AYLO E, General Passenger agciih asoiugton, u. BAN NET? SALVq trie rrioat hftuling salv in the worid- Jone8. b t i c ' .k;. Is hereby .given thaf application Will be made to the i General Assem- oiy oi JNorth Uarolma at its ap- proacbing session to amend f.he char ter of the town of Hillsbofougb Or ange County, North Carolina. S ALE OF A VALUABLE! TRACT oFLA3t&:; On Saturday the 24th day df Decem- per, iyu4. the undersigned' will' sell, on the premises, in Chapei Hill township. Oranae county, N. C. the tia6t of land oeionging to the estate of John Clark, deceased, known as the ' Booker" place, bounded on the north by tne D Mc Cauley (tne Duncan Davi&plal'eO on the east by the lands of ? Berry Workman on the south by the lands of Cain Mc Farthinj. and On the west "by! the lands of D. McCauIey; containing One Hun dred and Ten Acres, moroi- less. - Sale is made hv virtue ot a decree of the Superior Court of Oj-ange Cduntyy in n Ulwmfnl I .1? - I'll , T IT . Strain, Administrator of John Clark deceased, against Hey' N. Clark and ethers: .. .t ; Terms of sale : One-third" cash one- third In 6 months, and balance in 12 months, interest on' deferred payments iroui.uaie oi sale. ..; - - Sate to take place at T2 o'clock m. , wiriLiM st:kait, i Administrator and COmmiasiouerv " R H Crumpler State vs Rogers .! : -; 1 Due VV J Jordan ' , State vs Hutch ins Due G W Teer : State vs Doogias ' Due R H Crumpler State vs Holloway & Gilbert Due R H Crumpler . , 1 J n Shields -, ; James Turner StaSe vs Jones . Due W C Pearson j (State vs Mitchell , - Y Due , ' J -Is u" 5 Vi :: !( State vs Turner :: v .; - Due C C Smith : State vh Neville Due Delia Smith ' State vsHill " ' - Due H Harprave State vs tfarnet et al Due.;. v .:, :; . : State vs Brewer et al Due - .-. ; State vs Hoi man . ; . '" Due Ed McManen State vs My riok Due Philo Blackwood . State vs Henderson Due W B Sorrel Stale s Hightower , Due R Corhett State vs Vincent Due Will Mitchell State vs Jenkins Due Mary Blackwood State vs Harrison ' Due J N Wilson Stale vs Satterfield et al Due : ' " .. Gunter vs Wood: Due J P H Adams v .. State 8 V Long ; Due D Edwards Slate vs Merritt Due Deputy Sheriff State vs Crawford, et al Due Sheriff Cozari M Wmlroy State vs Allen j Due : : i State vs Walker Due .v r' ':r:- : - State vs Sykea ' Y - Due J W Markbara State vs Woods Due Sheriff Sims . State va Andrews Due J J Jenkins - Slate vs Vanhook Due J F Henelee 1 State vs Crawford et Due S C Hagood Mary Baker R Hodge v) , r. '3 '60 15 4 90 15 30 12 I 1 lo ; 7 85 i i 00 u u i" ' it M ; . . ; ., HOLLlSTER'3 ! Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets v A Btriiy Medioiaa for Basy People. Brings Qoldtn Health and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Constipatfonrindleesti'on, LIto d, 5" e Troubles, JPiniples, Eczema, Impure Blood,- Bad Breath, SshBawete, -Headache ouuuiHMouiio. us Koesy Aiountam rJtea in tab let fon,; S6 cents a box. Genuine jinaxta' by GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW feoPlSE W. A. HAYES. Duo M Winfroy , u: W M Davis -State vs Nnnn Due Jim Long Staite vs Syken Dhe J N Cheek State vs Adaais t)ue E Lloyd State vs Cotbran T3u Deputy CrdBtreb State vs Wade Due Geneva Booth " Stare va Evans et'al . - Doe Sid Walker State va Wilson , Die D J Nichols .WfB" Hall t;-rt: " - State vs Morjphls . 4 k , Due Martha' Whilted ; State Ts Perry - Due John Howard State Vs Mas et al l30rDue Sherfff Mafkhaa HE Seeman ; 2 05 itatd ts Holman. . Due Sheriff MoAdama 15 Due G A Barbee f l5 State vs Mcpaoley . Due Deputy uarwara State vs Brewer Due TT Lloyd H rorefoy State vs Melton ' i Due Caleb Green- ' Christian CS C Sheriff Markham Sheriff Jenkins Deputy, Harward Deputy Johnson State i vs Barbee ' Due R Taylor . . , " i Eloie Hargrave ;.' j, M Sittersoh State vg Williams Doe W Stewart 4 UobMon State vs Moerall Due ' State vs Fox : Due Ben Clark State vs Melton Due C L Lindsay State v 8 Ray V Due Wm Stanly ! State vs Dorrity . .-, Due Hattie Roberts . Eliza Ashley . . Johnson ei al ex parte Due UB Green . ; : State vs McEerall et al Due-a' :; r- ' - 'r Stale vs. S.ugg ; Doe J Ezzell State vs Merritt Due W S Jenks ; ; ; State vs Bro'oW V ' Due Peel Fanning ! Charles Burnett !, ! State vs. Parker . ' ' , Due R Blackwood State vs Hicks j- . Due J F Harward Slate vs Kirklan Due Deputy Shetff . State vs O'ICelly Due J W Jenkins 4i W S Jenks State vs Gray ' Due H Leak 4 SPFountwii State vs Markbam Due R Hodge ; State vs Richmond Due J F Harward J MoCauley S Brownintz : State vs Mincey et al Due J C MaoRae Jr 65"pRANK NASH, 15 80 20 1120 2; oo Vis ':50 ; S3 1 i05 1'75 ! AttornkttwLAw " HUlsboro, If. C. Office next door to & office, near the hotel. atl,udwie w RahaSTJ . , - - Oxford, N.'c. Wlir'practlce in the Ccurt a'i a Person Durham and SHft the Supreme Court. wanvill, and g l. GATTIS, . " - - i ' A TTORNET-AT- 4 - -.t--' ... " Hillsboro, N. c. Practices in State and FeW. ' Prompt attention to Hii Krtiiti i R eial attention to Probate lit I - -."ui 1 1 1 1 2 25 45 It J 55 1 15 85 40 30 30 SO 15 15 15 20 25 JOHN W. GRAHAM QRAHAM & GRAHAM, 8AM Atto'rnets-at-Law, Hillsboro. N. c. Pricticeln theCounhoei Durham, Qrahyitle. Pergg! vJQR, J. S. SPURGfeOK, t35"0ffice Dentist, HJllsboro,,N C. Parks & iceon Churton stre flT: Hedgpeth's Furnitnre slo? 45 0 90 50 2 3) ; 29 1 85 1 47 1 52 1 45 I 15 1 15 2 i0 1 1 15 65 v.- 1 30 1 04 1 65 2 20 30 1 30 7 25 do I 65 50 15 1 85 1 3 15 15 10 NOT IN ANY THUS vMany newspapers have lately given current to reports by irresponsible parties to the effe that : v.,-.--r . -t.-: -:- -'-V-: THE flEWHOMESEViriQ MACIIiriEC had entered a trust or combination ; we wf to assure the public that there id no truthV luch reports. We have been manuacturto lewlng machines fox over a quarter of a centi ry, and have established a reputation for our selves and our machinss that is the envy of a others. Our "Act Home"- machine hi ever been rivaled as a family machine. I f lands at the head of all High Gade. sewio ihacjaines, and stands on its own merits. Thti " Netc Home" imtHeoiilv rmaU HIGH GttADE Sewing JOdehinm O f- on the market ? . It is hot necessary for us to enter into a tra to save our credit or pay any debts as we hat ao debts to pay. . We have never entered in! tompetition with manufacturers of low. grad iheap machines that ate made to sell regart ess of any intrinsic merits. Do nqt be d eived, when you .want a sewing machine don tend your money away from home ; call on New Home' Dealer, he can sell you letter machine for less than you can purchat ilsewhere. If there is no dealer, near yoi write direct to us. ' . . , t- THE HEW HOME SEVINQ MACHINE CI ORANGE, rVIAOS. STewTcwPfc Chicago, Ilt,'gi Louis, Mo.y Atlal taGa., Dallas, Tex., San Francisco, Cal., 3 05 30 2 30 CplRST-CLASS BAKBERSHOT . . 1 taKe nleasurft in rfcanL-i nv nil .1 . " 80 1 20 1 05 2 1 45 60 1 25 . am iitaiin I llir nil m w. m ' -m u-n ui mi inenqs,ana the public for the liberf me, anq respectful! ov..v vuu.(iiuniiuc oi vne same Jl-". nlHUll ,iui l UU wnpn Pnn want a Shave, ;Ilair ;Cut, Shampoo anything done irj. my line. ' Clothing Cleaned and Pressed and sMiuaciiun guaranteed. Your humble servant, GA1THER COUIXS, . . Tun Barber. f ei liVIN K. PARISH ; HAVING V Dougnt- one-nalt Literest in rh stccK or -his brother, H. L Faiifli, will continue the business at his old stand on King street, the style, of firm remaining II. L. Parish. i 1 1 15 15 1 65 M 2 3 20 39 15 78 105 30 -28 1 40 195 To ba continued in next isue. A Timely Topic. At this 8etson of coughs and colds it is well to know that Foley's Honey and Tar is the greatest throat aud luus remedy. It cores quickly phies and Grammars. and prevents serious renuits Irom al tyopy uooks. ; o nA n n TnnA. I Come to see us I WSS) 'W JUT. W WUVO ; H . I-. P AfJISH, We have enlarged our stock and hart just receive-1 a nice line ot DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CAKI and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Our Hats and Shoes are esperiallj gool. We sell; .the world renownd "Battle Axe" Shoes. ! Also "Jeffersoif and "Old Dominion" Hats. Comeanl see them. We tan lit you and plea you. , :;. : 4 ... -: We make a specialty of flour. Oul merchants, in town carrying BallanFj Ohflisk thp. hf,sr. flour, made troi finest Kentucky wheat. Try it. W will use no other. We sell New York State Silts! saekfe. , , Also evervthirie in Hardware. Our line of Cigars 1 You know M t'Cubanoia.,' "'Black Poodle," rettes." '-Franklih," "Sporting Club,' and also Cheroots. 'Old Yirsinia.; "Virginia Beauties'' and "Pinkin." B Hni ot Smokin? and Chewins: Tobacc Our 8 snd 10 oebts Coffee is a hustM Also Molasses 25 to 50 cents pf Pv . fifncfii ies. Canned G Pipklflk 5 ret.ts a bottle. J&UUUW Cheese. In. fact, evervthinff good. Bemr mber we pay the highest mar fnr nnnn trv Produce. Besides our Fancy and Heavy Grocj Hps. we sell evervthm m wnew w m - We have the contract for Books, viz : Readers, Histories, wwj H. L PARISH. 'THE body gets its life from food properly digested. Healthy dicrestion nieans ouxe blood tor the body, but stomach j troubles arise from Carelessness I la eating and stomacfc disorders I upset the entire aysteni. Improp- I fly masticated food sours on the I stomach.' causing distressing j pajhsy belching and . nausea. When over-eating is persisted in : the stomach becomes weakened and worn out and dyspejpiia claims the victim. : ... vThedford's Black-Drajdght ures dyspepsia., It freea the Etomach and bowels of congested matter and gives; the stomach new life. The stomach is quickly mvigorated and the natural stimulation resnlts in a,, orood '- a0etite, with the power thor- Ohffbiy digest f ood. V viou can build up ycwi$cnach with this . mild and natural rdtaedy. Try TKedf ords Black- mght today. You can buy a r trom your dealer tor : he does not keep it. send the, money to The Chattanooga Medicine Cot, Chattanooga, Tn.. and a package will 1 mailed yon. 11 . lM fjrtfl T'-7-C Qnn iinVfiKr 13. A. kul President. VicePrenident. Papl C. Collins, Cashier, av MM ij JM- m 11 "TA ' 1 A nM.tniva J lie K1I1K OI Ul Jn" I ". ;m) ....i -n..i-;nv hnsineSS. lw rtlH to give all patrons and friend? ever) .vnmnri.jf-ifkti mnsistent un .' Banking. It. solicits the awn 'H M.r..l.nta ParmprS. InCllTKiua.. ulacturers and Corporation. M account whether iarg nJ have our caieJul attention. - j 1-arrlt-s buralnry and tire iiteuwnte.l the Cashii-r is bonded. . . The patronage ol me licited. ' '. FOUR PER MM interest on aU time deposits. .... eunnnen StriKl" K. M. A rmneu i, t ebb D.H. Hamilton, 1. J.S.tfpurgeon. "--r" . S. M.Gatus. yC- V. C. A. iMCuc "- . m Foley's Honey and teals lungs and stops thk cough TWUW DiMPr. mdM.usr in HOGS Tto. JtlCaifl.?,:oWW, .it avio ITS-For sale a1 A. Bayes, Ttidu HillsW0 Ml