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OBSERVER. - - - - Feb. 16, 1905. SUBSCRIPTION RATES : n p vear, to be paid In advance, f 1.0U slx months, juc three months. " v" 3"C IffmE TABLE juthern Rallray Co. IS EFFECT NOV. 6, 16. WEST BOUND. No. Ill, Mixjid, Raleigh ard Greansboro, due fct Hillsboro 3:47 a, m. . No. 107, Local Passenger, doe at flillsboro 10:13 a. m. No. 135, Local Passenger, doe at gillsboto 4:55 p. m. EAST BOUND. No. 112. Miied, Greensboro'and Goldsboro, due at HiiUboro at 2:53 a. m. No. 108, Local Passenger, doe at Hillsboro 8.47 a. oi. No. 136, Local Passenger, due at Hillsboro 2:58 p. m. t- No. 108 makes conneotiontatDur bam for Richmond. No. 163, Local -..Freight ging West, due to arriv'eat Hillsboro at 10:00 a. m. ; depart 10:50 a. m. No. 104, local tfreignt going East, due at Hillsboro at $2:30 p. m. P. II Masskv, Agent. l?ot Office Hours, Office oDens at 8:00 a. m. Closes at 6:30 p. m. Mail going Eaet closes 8:25 a. m. and 2:30 p. in. Mail going West closes 9:45 a. m. and 4:25 p. m. Money order books clone 4:00 p. in Charles G. Rosemond, P. M. Reduction ance and v Clea- Everything Marked Jpown ! v In order to make room for Spring AMENDMENT TO TQWN CHARTER. 'A favorable report has been made it the Legtslatuie on the bi'l to amend the charter of IlilUboro so that it the ''wets" win in the election to be held in May, the town auihori- ties can get a license tax ot 85,0 on barrooms. The town chatter now Good now arnv:ng we have maik says 8100 tax, bnt as orne wanted ed down the price on all ot pur frnm filnOO t..v 7fi0 and others SI. 000. goods, and wa are going to veil the member irom Orange. Renre 1 them. Cali early and secure a ba- sentative Andrews, put the figures at gain. e bve applied the knife, $750 for license in the town as a set the prices vhave been cut, and- the tlement ol the different figures. goods are going to nrst customer Don't miss ; this opportunity, but -AGONIZING BCRNS come early and tnake your selections -M ;n.antl0 olmvH and i erfectlv Iwbile we have what you need and m -i iiiniiiia li a w v - w - . ho1d hv Ruckltin's Arnica Salve want. .:S. ' ... -w--r -I .' -. . t a i . (J. Rivenbank. Jr.. of -Norfolk, Va., Beginning -a me oor on rigni. a . T Knrnt. mv knee dreadfuU hand .counter we make the nrst out. ft I II W M. " " J Iv : that it blistered all over. Buck in Dress Goods. -Everything in thic len's Arnica Salve stopped the pain, line going .t 'prices that can't be du and healed it without a soar heals all wounds and sores. W. A. Hayes' Drugstore. Your'Buggy lor 75c Also plioated in any othec. store. 25c at On next counter we. are offering Bleached and Unbleached Domesij ies Ginghams, Apron Checks, Com terpane, Table Cloths, Ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases, all going to 81.00 with Devoe's Gloss Car- at greatly reduced prices. riftoe Paint It weighs 3 to o ozs. in addition to the above we bfrve more to the pint than others, wears 1 a slock of Ready-made Clothing for glots equal lol longer -and gives a uew work. Sold, by PARKS & HEDGPETH Blind tigers! Thajnew vagr&nt laV will pot some oi the "blind tiger, out ot business. Barrington Hall Coffqe,, , ;Poco anil Pigs Feet, at Fancy Grocery Company. . Cod Fishi Roe Herring, Black and Green Tea, at Fancy Grocery Company. -rA child tossing in its sleep in creates worms. An army of them are at work eating the vitals away. One dope of Shriuer's Indian Vernii- ine will destroy them and save its hie ror sale by w A. iiaes Drusuist. The Observer acknowledges the receipt of a copy oi the 1905 seed i-atalogue from Messrs. T W. VVoo & Sons, the reliable t-eedsitien of Richmond, Va. The catalogue is lull of useful idfonnanon and every firmersod gardener ouhi to have a copy. A Northwestern blizzard struck Hiilahoio Monday about ntidday. Snow Jell at a rapid rate, he wind blew 8trongand ery cold and by Tuesday morning the thermometer dropped to 4 decrees above zero. The coldest weather we l ave had this winter by about 10 degres. Mrs. Martha Whitfield, widow of the late J. J. Whiitb-'d, died at her home in Chapel Hill township. on Wednesday, February 8 She had been ill tor sometime and her death was not unexpected. Mrs, Whitfield is survived by eleven living children, bis so: s and five daughters. The Commercial and Farmers Bank of Mebaoe, has been granted a certificate of incorporation by the Secretary of State. The authorized capital stock is $8,000 with privilege to increase to $100,000 The incor porators and shatrholderayare J. B Masou 20 fcharesJW. A. Murray 96 shares, H. W. Bason 17 share, D. A. White 10 shares, L. Puryear 17 shares. , Mr. Victor S. Bryant!of Dur ham, was in town lastjFriday in cojisoitauon,, with lion. aiIluel JV1. Gattin, Messrs. Winstpn & Urjaot and Qattis have been employed to delend the negro woman Sophie Neville who is In jaii charged with killing her father at Chapel Hill. Messrs. Bryant and Gattis have in terviewed their client aud are pre paring their defence. . -Mr W. A Maddry, Jr., hating 'Signed the office of Town Consla bie, the To it Corumissioneis met me nighvlast week and elected Mr. J. 1 Si one 'or the unexpired term ending wun he expiration of the present Board in May. We haye not learned whal business Mr. Mad ary will engage in, but The Ob server will be glad to learu of his success at all times. We publish on our second page a very interesting letter from AJj. Ira hi, D. Andrews, Representative trom Orange, aboct our charitable insntutious. Look it op and read !t. It will do you good and . make aa iei proud of onr grand old oiate and ot our worthy and able young representative The letter peaks for itself aud 3hows that our representative is made out of the nght kind pf stuff. Men and Boya that will compare with any offered by any other hoqse, and the prices on , these goods eaift be beat in this or any other county. We have Shoes tor all kinds of people boys, . girls, men, women and everybody all at reduced prices Blankets, Buggy Robes, Rugs, the prettiest to be een any where. Moarli? ot innr nwn nrinn , rreservea nnv aPP., t, iH nsete88 for ll8 , .altera nt to Syrup and Shoe Polish, at bancy ... VQO ff . differGn, Vlnd ol i- ty i j grocery company. soods we are kelliug at reduced ...J A T . n Tin..l.n3 I wtT .... T ruvspnraien nunuw, ! Dncefi vy e promise vou inis : vv e Appies and Robeit Burns' Cigars, at naVe the goods and will not be un rancy grocery vompauy. dersobl. All we ask is an inspec Fresh Shreded Wheat Biscuit, tiou ot our goods and a comparison Cakes, Crackers and Tallow Candles, ot prices, ard we know who will sel -r-Flaked Hominy, Grits, Lima Beans and Pipes, at Fancy Grocery Company. If you want an Uvercoat or; Macintosh trom 7'5 cents to 81.25,. call on Parish. . .. l:- t. r Washington's Bibth day. " Next Wednesday, February 22 George Washington's birthday will be observed by public offices all over the conn try and Sunday hours win prevail at the postoffices Uerge Washington, whose anni ver?ary la commemorated all "over the United States - was born Febru ary 22. 1732, near Bridges C.eek, Westuioreland counlv, Va. U N CL AI U ED L ETT E US ; : ' Reiuaining id the poa(-office 'a( Hillsboro, January 31, 1905 : Beii & Co , e. s. (2) , " " ; Gates; MifS Jennie ; : Cbappel, Mrs Hannah.' Cotl,nt W. T. . j Dles, Roy E, Faucet le, Mis Cora T Facette Miss Mary J. - ; Fiden, Joe O. Frieeland, Miss Gurt. rI1:ks. Mrs C E. i . . : Kearney, Miss Lucy. Kiy, N S k Walker, Mrs. Mary. Westlaud, J, G. Petsons calling tor , above; lfetterti' will please say "advertised." . i. ; AiitLEs G. Rosemond, P M..; 2 S5 thQ goods. 1 oar rie,Ddsr, PARKS & HEDGPETH. at Fancy Grocery Company. N. W. Brown & Co. will tell you something about their 1905 10c line f goods, soon. Look out, something is going to drop. Rev. J W. Goodman, paster of the Presbyterian church at Hills boro, has under consideration a call to become pastor ot Bessemer Av enue and Buffalo, two Presbyterian churches in Gniltord .county, the first one, a new church in North Oi Atiiihnrv and I ha uoml one. an old couutry church two miles north Lobsters Salmon and Lowney'a of Greensboro, in close proximity to Candy, at Fancy Grocery Company, School Books. Remembei that we have the con tract for Public School Books, and ke.ep .what you want in that line Have just received a big lot at 1 ar- isb s. the White Oak Cotton Mills The outlook at both of these churches is said to ' te extraordinarily fine. He has served the HilUboro church faithfully and well lor over five; years and has made many, friends who would regret to give him up. i The Kind You Have Always BougW. 'Mother's eaii:safely give 'Fol'eyV Honey and Tar to their children tor coughs and colds, tor it , contains j'tio opiates or other poisons. C D Jones. rrrThe. Cnunty CoVnmissioners' of Orange, Chairman McAdams. and Coini)isioners Pickett and Brown ing, met with the authorities ot the Southern Railway at Scarlett's cross ingV east of University 'Station. ; ojri Tuesday. FebnJ After (going over the ground, ll was decided to change the Scarlett crossing It' was also decided to put' in an underground crossing at Di mock's, about one mile west ot the HilUboro depot, the railroad authorities to bear all the expense. No tprloss Cairriage Paint; 3Xatle , will wear as long as Devoe's. No otbe8 are as heavy bodied, because Devoe's weigh 3 to 8 ounces moie to the pint. Sold by . f PARKS & HEDGPETH. S 1 I i The Kind Xon Have Always Bought, and wnich has been in use tor over 30 years, lias borne the signatnre of r ana nas been maae nnuer liis per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and : Jusi-asood" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Inf&its and Children Experience against XSxperimentie Whit CASTORIA is f Castoria Is a. harmless substitute for Castor Oil, ParcK fgoric, Iiops and Sootningr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays -Feverishness. -It . cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething TCroubles,' cures Constipation ?and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the i--., Stomachjand Bowels, giving healthy and 'natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTO Bears the Signature of ; The Kind You Haie Aliajs Boii In Use For Over 30 Years. i. " TH8 CCNTAUR COMPANV, TT MURRAY THtET. CW VOUK CITV, V IgU i i-:. ; COTTON SIJKD. . -We hear of a great deal of sik. ness other Bean the M ORTGAGE SALE OF LAND. Try Van Camp's Canned Horn ny, at Fancy Grocery Company. Hams, Breakfast Bacon and Malaga Grapes, at Fancy Grocery Company. -r.The Burlington News of last wees tells. tne tuiioiug "gooa one on Captain Samul H. Webb, of Al amance county. Here it is :" :"Capt. Sara Webb was in the city labt week. He says he is doing a rush ing business marrying people these days. Sometime ago the Captain married a couple, and after the cer emony, the groom asked the 'Squire" what his bill was. The Captain an swered that the law allowed him a liv virtue of authority siven in a mortgage deed executed by-A. S. Iis siter ami his wife. Lula Las? iter, to H. G. Kime, and dulv recordnl in the 1 dollar. ,4Well," said the happy man, offieeot Register of Deeds for Orange "Here is fifty cents Til give you ; couiry. in book ii.; pageao, tne uiV thal roake8 a doUar and a haU; 8eeai8 est bidder at public auction at the that ought to be enough. But court house door in Hillsboro, on Mon the Captain says it they don t pay day, March 6, 1905, a piece of land lying much he doesn't marry them much." anu . being tu the counties ot urange and Alamance, beginning at ahickoiy Fauceit corner, thence running N. 10 V. 10 chains to a white oak, thence N 80Q V. 27 chains to a stake, thence S. 4 chains and 50 links to a pointer Hodges corner, thence E. 20 chains to a pointer, thence S. 10 E. 1 ch tin 50 links to a stake, thence S. SO9 W. 45 chains and 75 links to the beginning, containing 32 1-2 acres, more or less. fV.r Sale is made to satisfy mortgage and to pay cost?. 5 s This 4th dayf of February, 1905. II. G KiMK Cabbaoe Plants for sale, and no'w ready for delivery.; '"Early Jer sey Wakefield" andJ'CuAHLESTON Large . Type Wakefield," two earliest sharphead varieties and head in-rotation as.i amed. "Succes-' 8ioN,M "Augusta Tri:cker" and 'Short Stem Flat Dutch. " the 3 best flat-head aJieiie8 arid bead in rotation as named. Prices : Sii gLa thon- at Durham, Chapel Hill ind sand, 81 50 ; 5,000 and over SI 25 per 1,000 ; 10.000. and over, $1 per r places.. So far Hillsboro has 1,000. Terms : Cah with order ; or, plants sent C. O. D.. purchaser pay been very fortunate in this respect ! mg return charges on money. Unr plant bed occupy 60 acres on outa While tbere has ben several caae vjaroima ?5ea uoast, ana we understand growing mem in me open air ; of -neasleH and a few mild ca-es f toogh and hardy ; thev will stand severe coia witnoui injirry. nants Dneumoitia and erin so far a we crated for shipment weigh 20 lbs per 1,000-and. we nave special low rates know theie is not now a single case Uor prompt transportation by Southern Express Goes I know of othet of serious 6ickness in town. plants you can buy cneaper man mine, x sen gooa piams. ro cneap iloiit rale plants shipped lrom my farm. I guarantee those 1 ship to be iriVe to type and name, and grown from high grade seeds purchased from two of the rani reliable seed bouses in the United States. Twill refund purchase,, price, to any disatitfied customer at end of season. " ' "(WK COTTON SEED.. Lint of our LoDg Staple variety ot SEA ISLAND COTTON sold this year in Charleston on Dec 2, at 32c. per pound. Seed $125 per bu. : lots of 10 bu, and over $1 per bushel. f My specialty i. Prompt Shipment, True Varieties, and Satisfied Custom- rs. i nave oeen inline plant business ior iniriy-nve years. . r Wm. C. Geraty, "THE OA BbAuE PLANT MAN," Post and TeU egraph Office., Youngs Island, SoiitW'CaroIin a. Mortgagee. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Foley's Honey and Tar is best ior croup and whooping cough, oop tarns no opiates, and cures Quickly Vareful mothers keep it in the house -. Jones. rrkl ' rr' Bearatha Signature of JhB Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the s ,na m nave Always BOUgnt Bignaturo "JORTGAGE SALE OF LAND. By virtue of a power of sale contain ed in a mortgage executed to me, the undersigned, John A. Suit, bv: Joseph F. Carrv February 2, 1903, and recorded in Book K.. nase 99 of Orange County Reiristrv, I will, on Monday. March 6, 1905. 12 o'clock, noon, sell at the court bouse door in Hillsboro, at public auc tion. to the htehest'oidder. tor cash, a tract ot hind in Bingham Township, Or ange County. ' bounded as follows : Biil v Thompson on the north, wag Crabtvee on the east, Julian Cajron the south, and Win. Dodson on, ths west and containing Forty ACie?t more or less. - ? 1 Sale to satisfy mortgage indebtedness aud cost. February 3, 1905 JOHN A SUIT, Mortgagee.""" J. S. SPUROEOjy, 4 C. A, SCOTT President. Vice-President. Paul C. CollIns, Cashier. 17 lie BanK ot Jirtiifire. The Bank ot Orange is open to uo a general Banking business. Its aim is to give all patrons ana tfienas every ac commodation consistent with sate RMnkinsr. It solicits the accounts ol Merchants. Farmers, Individuals; Man- By virtue oi authority giren the un- nfcu-turers and Corporatiois. Every dersigned in a mortgage deed executed account whether large frr small' will- by Mitchell Latta and his wile Susan have our c:u etui attention. . rhefBank Latta. and properly recorded in tne ;.inies burglary and nre insurance, and offiee of Kegister ot Deeds tor Orange lne Cashier is bpnded. -i: County, in Book F., pages 9Uandyi. 1 The patronage ot the public is so- TAlX NOTICE ! I'tvill visit the, following places for 4be purpose of receiving 1904 taxes, and I ask ill who hcve not paid to meet me, settle their lax, and save cost, as follows : 7 Orange Grove;. Biog am Township, March 1, 1905. Carr, Cedar Grote Township, Mar 2, 1905. . - Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill Township, March i and 8. z Uuiversity, Eno Township, after noon cf March 8. Caldwell Institute. Little River -.Township. March 9. . Joplio, Cheek's Townships March 10 Hillsboro, Hillsboro Township,. Mar 11, ; .' I hope, yon will meet me, for it if unpleasant to enforce collections. Feb. 6, 1905. JOHN K. HUGHES, ; Tax Collector 1ST D H B W S Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. , tiiTnnii aendlns sketch and description mt ' onlckly ascertain our opinion free whether n iiivnntion is probably patentable. Communion tloni BtMctly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for ecurfaffpatents. - Patents taken through Mann s Co. recelrs Bpecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific Htncrican. A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. IfWMt otr- r.lUIIII & Co.36,Bredw,y' Hew York Branch Office. 626 F Washington. D. C. OHT3AGE SALE OF LAND. M IH, RANK of n& greatest Bargain 111 Shoes irom 5Qe Up. Just received a new lino latest stylet at Parish's. will sell 'tor cash to the highest bidder at the court house door in -Hillsboro, on Monday, February 20, 1905, at 12 m.. the following described property : One House and Lot known in the plan of the town of Hillsboro as Lot No. 1S6, bounded by Wash Day on the north, Dan Moriow's children on the east, Orange street on the south, andrby the colored Odd Fellows Lodge on the west, containing about One Acre. Also one other House and Lot known in the plait ot the town of vHillsboro as; Lot No. 270, and bounded as follows.: On the east by Lot No. 280, on the south by Orange street, on the west by Ooconeeehee street, and containing 7-b ot an acre, more or le& Sale is made to satisly said mortgage and topay costs. ,j ; This 17th day of January, 1905. GKOKGE j. FAUCETTE, Moitagee. 15r.itAil..y FOUR PE& CENT, interest on all t.ime deposits. directors : E. M. Armtield,. Shepperd Strudwick. D. H. Hamilton, T. Norfleet Webb, j. S. Spurgeon, O. .). ; Forrest, S. M.Oattis, u. Am oeofci, 4 C. A. McDade. hOi.Llsrt. -a. Rocky fountain Tea Nuggets A Bust Mediolno for Busy People. Brings Goldtn Health &nd Eeiiewod Vigor. :JL specific for Constipation, Indigestion, IJve o irinav Trnnh ps. Himmes. KCZQma. impure Blood, Bad Breath, Slupcr-sh Bowels, Headache and Backacue. it s itocKy i.iwmuiiu iea m i. Mnrm mnb) n. box. Genuine made by Holustka Ditco. Company Madison, Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS . FOR SALLOW PEOPLE W. A. IIA Y h.tS. JulUnSCarr Wm.J.nolloway president . '? .vashier THE BANKOF THE TOWN, WeStrive to Obliofe and Accomodate 4 x - niePUBLlGr-r DEPARTMENT We Issue Certificate of Deposit bearing FoURbercent Interest ySS opens you Account 3UREBIND vout busVn RE FIND SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT Burolaf 5 nreproof Vaults :Kbu Carry the - - Business methods for 25 years have been such as appeals to buyers o '...:,.'!- 1 ; ; ' HIGH GBAOE JFtjitePITTJE. PIANOS '. , ; . ' , AND CARPETS, During the year 1905 we shall try harder than ever to merit your con& lence and liberal patronage. Always lowest prices consistent ,wiifr z" quality. 4 JE. . M, ANDREWS, GREENSBORO, N. C, ONE-WAY. AND ROUND TRIP . . - . EXCURSION RATES TO , S O TJ T HL W 12 S T " VTA B I B M I N G II A M AND THE T fat IS O K Ifi A T SH8 FEBRUARY 21ST, AND MARCH 21ST, 1905; FDR FULL PARTiCULA'BS, ADDRESS S. L PARROTT, DIST. PASS AttENT, NO. fi NORTH PRYOli ST., " ATLANTA, GA, " -''