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ORANGE COUNTY OBSERVER. HILLSBOROUGH, N"p THURSDAY, - - - - - - Feb. 23, 1905. Winston Sentmei.j that a very sroau oeroentage of those persons convict- a last vear oi - , Interesting; Published Every Thursday. JOSEPH A- HAURIS, Patlisher ' "and Owner. . :: I better to W. H. Newman, .otne rtfitlMtinra. N. C.I I L 1 J - . .; . .... Dear Sir : What would be the I . . . iHi- iih this anthered From the JNew result oi Kiiwa v"" fr:u" r" i . , ... guarantee ? r v ,v. ' l", 3 . . World Almanac. r . ,X'-: i' fa1i Anil atSt.lt i , . . . ' i . r- TT:.J "It you nave j '' " J In the savings Dan as oi wb .uuiwu Yoik Extracts copied trom an interview ("CRAKK NASH, Wltn ionn u. ouuivau.j ivtiii uuuua . j - --. - :. a . - . large percentage 7 cfift: . he bebef this paini, enter itow ;id puttiog iv g lateg there is on deposit the mam ted people hardly Z o or hereafter n the wear,, tell P ft onnt cf $3,060,178,6U. i i aome Quarter vnab w""w t ., it ' ' I m. . ...1 ... .... .t .nnninnki ouiicuu . - . :ii;,A..nv vnnr neaier immw - . . ' .hst Id 'We aoinonxe on" u uu Attounei-at-Law, Hill8boro,N.C. Office next door to Dr ?u '"rnol illiteracy. ih a naiuiai , - AanCkrr,ufi TMitPrftv U eatrernely dangerous and every Slate should make siren uj In. efforls to redace the number ot uneducated people However, it is a ot crimes has been a matter Tbe Pension Bill as passed by the House at Washington oarriee $138, 250,100. 'It is given out that tbe totil valu ation of all property in North Caro lin ril and nereooal, is foar hun- thirtv million dollars The State collects nine hundred and ten thou8and dollars taxes on the prop erty. The total State income is one million three hundred thontmnd dol lars. The county taxes amount to a little more than two million dollars. right at our expense. That means paYvuamagea, don't it? of various kmas tillw mirnAitinP. lb IB .Uat Wrve8 serious thoogbt on the who sive attentiou to such matters. Vnn an always tell a bache o by ... miamrf the buttons ttat are uu u...-e j troa his clothes. ' A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. Mi- W W. Baker, of Plainview, Neb., writes : "My wife had ,r.nW tnr over fitteen years tried a aomber of doctors and spent over a thousand reliet. She was verj Here's anoiner guarantee; t , uu your stale cnemisi nn "; The total expense ot running tbe Government of tbe United Slates rn land was S582.402.S21. It cost .kAnt Aiia tAnih as mnnh to run .New auwm v"" - i you Kioht bundred and twelve tncu office, tiear the hotel. caint adulterated, we will pay ma gand e;bt hundred and seventy im Kill and send you $1,000; We stand by both of these gear aniee: as we are the maker, we know all about it. , Yonrs truly, n F. W. DEVOE & CO. P. S Parks & Hedgpetb sell our paint. : ; Sometime since tbe Central Meth . - i migrants reacnea tne snores- i a marina in the vear. Since 1820 nnr nnnnlation has been increased r m . by irnraierauon to the extent 571,732. lung We There are 3,779,517 telephones in use ibrohghoot the country There are 39.059,242 males in tne Uniied States and 39.244,135 le- males Theieare 8,840.789 negroes, 1 19.050 Chinamen, 85,936 J apanes odist Church here adopted tbe i ew aod only 266,000 Indians The tor order of service as arranged by the eign born populations onlya little . M . iA AAA AAA nnmmiuee appointed lor tna pur- roore lnan iv.uuu.uuu. hv the General Conferenee. i "I'm oot an old man," he oontin nori OA he relighted his cold cierar. v - o ... .. z: . ) No, I'm not an eld man, but I've - - ' a lived i e tried the wnoie game, even bocze. Booze is the worst of all 1 cut it out; ' You may be able to whin the biggest man - in . tbe world, but you can't whip the booze. The fiabt may last tt ROod many rounds, but ibeyMl count you out if stick tt it. Im not out. l Tbat s tne reason, x m on , Will prafltlce . tne aqua pura uuf, auu i w Bv a rcrson, uurham and Qranvlii nft uaro iui inc. . r 1 t v vvuii, .... . . . Mjow, i aon t warn you u iuiuk Pm a reformer. I m not. 1 never saw one that was inst exactly on the re3oQ square, but when I band out this free 01 Ldvice to the man who drinks I fVel a little easier under the fifth tib. I OxifbVd, N. c. g M. GATTIS, Attoenet-at-Law, Hillsboro, X. c. to let wnissey aione, Pra,ticesin amlp . tell boys to let cig- Prompt attention to all WwCDtfc. like toHell men 10 let whiskey alone, and I like to aruttes alone. spirits have been let out of hell ... ... i there'll still be many years oi uu served time for the man Who invent ed cigarettes. When all tbe other cial attention to Probate hn i? SP JOHN W. GRAHAM. " RAH AM & GRAB ax. p PATTT n 1 . II all hope, when a Rale:gh Enterprise. Mr. John D. Rockefeilerv the! Sta?idard Oil magnate, is spending the winter at Pineburst, about 70 1 miles douih of Raleigh. It is said that he Laid a boy 3 cents to shine Cel. Fred A- Olds,' writing to his papers trom Raleigh, says : There is a very great falling off in tbe eales ot fertilizer tax tags, the Comrais cioner of Agricollure says, there le inr already a falling off ot 810,000 this season as compared with a year am. This is a very tJain indication ht. i he farmers are curtailing to a rreht degree the use ot commercial fertilizers a3 they promised, in tact iiji ttiomsoivpR to do. It is a verv valuable proo ot how they are carrying out the great plans made. Fraud Exposed. -A few counter tellers have lately been making and trying 10 sell imi tations ot Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, and olher medicines, thereby defrauding the public. This is to warn you to beware of sucb people, who seek to profit, through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been fcuecessfolly coring dis- ease, for over 35 years A sure pro tection, to you, is our name on the wrapper. Look for it, on all Dr. King's, or Bucfelen's remedies, as all others are mere imitations. H. E. BUCKLEN & CO., Chicago, III., and Windsor, Canada. The total number of deaths wa Wver fiince there has been consiuer- n 039.094. Ut tnese id.oui perBoue ri . ,ithnnt anv .Kio nhietion to it on tne part oi were disoosed ot Dy cremauon. onH 1 lfiriii tha mamherR un aunaay, wcoi i, i na toai numoer ox friend suggested ago the matter came up in a church in 1904 was 105, against 123 in - - r rr : i r- .-i it ma a iofinmi id innv 'I'himA nrara n vnr'.iiiiitrM. tryios Foley's Honeyjuiaaar w S! UZT ni Sun- VV71 a7ce 1891 of sTl56V rt bis .hoes the other day. The boy I did: ana sdh V" ,BBr:: V-To" i" . .. arom momKr n th told a fellow shiner remedy, it savea ner inc. w uiy. wt. - -.. and enjoys ueiier uci.iiurn io iue uiu w. " .11 . 1 auu xiuj i l. in inn L.iU omt thn tip v service will be I Th Rmnfiror of Austria cets a nas ever - ... , ,a..v, .m- mu. . . S' . " . never be witnout I diHcoutinuea. uonooru iuco. salary oi o.oiu.uuui jrcai , Foley's Honey laudmarics. jMoinion.ueiww' jtungiana vueeu oi uugiauu uo wi grippe Must as good" will ever iae vuw WOrry along on a matter oi vz.oau, j ones place of "Beekmg religion at tne a Attorneys-at-Law, Hillsboro. N. rj. Practice In the Counties ol ai. stronger . 10 xxt -Kn he wiihoutUi,nminued. Concord Times. The Balarv of S3 .875.000 jLa year : tbe V .. ' m A ....,11 I .. iiar rraln mnnh floirit I r. fP Pnssio urnrlra tor the mfu q n n ir hiiu uui" I hi hi nuuiBin ubisi ei"" labi vi " - .m. i w ... . i . -. . . . n n L.nii h. ni.inrf nh nv ot tne oia i n;,.,a ne siouu.uuu. while tne Jones. about it and said : 4Dat man sbo' won't never git ter Heaven." J -o- .Foley's Honey and Tar cures .n nnncrh caused bv attack ot la It beals the lungs, u. u. pjR. J. S. Greenville Refletor. You will hear something now around legislative headquarter. Representative Winborne has intro duoed a bill to put a tax ot $1 per head on dogs. He will be cossed trom one end of the State to the other (by dog owners only) but is able to bear it. He is ou tbe right 000. The President of the United' i i i MiuQ i ri . . sen linn n 4 m i kjAK tr" tne -class iubcuuk, sim c?eis oyu.vvu. auu iucib.id icyu. feast" and "amen corner." Tbe mod- 8onie uk cf doubling it. Durham FALL "hand-shaking" religion was Sun. 1904. ern never intended Church. for the Methodist Poisons in Food. PerhaDs von don't realize that It is announced that S nator'El- trail and if he trees bis bill there many pain poisons originate id your u. o mnnnmont. ArAQLea IO nn1 htlt HOmfl QSV VO'l U1HT ICCl a w.: u t winire of dvsneDsia that will con vinna vnn. I Jr. K1DB 8 JM6W lUO Pilla are crnaranteed to cure all sick nefiM due to uoisons of . undigested food or money back. 25c at W. A. Hayes' Drugstore. Try them. It is said that more than eight millions of the thirteen and a half WINTER MILLINERY. Our Fall and Winter Mil linery is now ready tor inspection. In selecting our goods tor this sea pod we bought tbe latest styles and SPURGEON, Dentist, Hillsboro, N C. iiuce on unurton street m ' " w """sy"" uruunre store. jIRT-CLASS BARBER SflOrV" 1 take pleasure in thanking all of m friends and ihe public for th patronage given me, and respectM, solicit a conMnuance of the same 1 will be glad to wait on you When L want a Shave, Hair Cut, Shampoo aiMiuiii uuiiv in UJ j lllltS. Clothing Cleaned and Pressed W satisfaction guaranteed. Your bumble servant. GA1THER COLLINS, Tn Barber. Charlotte Observer. We see a statement to the effect that a London paper has traced the career of five boys who were lazy about getting out ot bod in the morning. One of the bunch was the ! manager of a large bosinsss at tbei age ot thirty, auotber at twenty seven was a successful physician, the third at twenty three was at the bead of bis class in college, the fourth bad passed every examination in a medical school at twenty, and the fifth was head boy in school at fitteen years of age,; There is a good deal of humbuggery about this matter of early rising, unlets one's business calls one out early. Grave Trouble Foreseen. It needs but little foresight, to tell, that when your stomach and liver are badly affected, grave trou ble is ahead, unless you take tbe proper medicine for yoor disease, as of the liver and stomach, my heart . ..mo nnoianoi mid I could not eat. I Kidnev complaint kills more nBD w vi.w-, , mi t .. Koi nfr f.ir a loner time. I nnnnln than anv other disease, inis i was wcij -- - i rr - . . , i TT.iAMrio BiLtors. I found lust is due to tbe disease being so insid what I needed, for they quickly re- uoua that it uets a good hold ott the lieved and cured me." Best medi- sysltm betore it is recognized. Fo- cine for weak women. Sold unaer ley's iUducy uure win preveuv iuo ler, of Forsyth, who managed Gov Glenn's campaign for tbe nomination last summer, will be appointed oec retarv and Treasurer of the North . mm , I rU wW w Carolina Kailroad. A ne joDpays . a0aUly: $2,000 a year and the Secretary is au wj. haye lhe moBt gty,i8h Hal8 lowed an Pssisiantaii.ouu.jMr. . , and Unirimrafed ever of- Dan Hugh McLean, ol tiarneu, nas , . Hillsboro. and euitable for held the position tor the past lour i anH oli QO th, nrotti , - i mi vasnca auu - I Will vuiikiuuc uic uuMUCi-3 Hi 111! Oil years. lest line ot Fancy Veils and, Veiling stand on King street, the siyle of thi . v ; , ever Shown here. The daintiest ot nrm remaining n. i ransn, Winter COUL'uh ae F" lw . v;... i vnwmra nrl K hhnna A hP.antlllll I . i tn nnnnnmni ion if neglected. They ,. . v nltM ft,, W . Xi . I-A ASH. a. t . II H 111 I1 I. V UUIldlO . tv.iwk , ' . -n U 0nnihrnlfPn nn hv ns Fo- " i. ..cv,i., we nave eniargea our srocK ana dh can be soonSbroken up Dy usint? ro New and prelly lrirnmnis:8 for Shirt ,t rfil.iuft., a i5nP llt nR . Handkerchieis, Uombs,Jew- gouDiS. NOTIONS, guaraniee by W. A. Hayes, Drug development of fatal diseae it taken gist, at 50c a bottle, in time. C. D. Jones. "He's sorry now that he quarreled with her." "She's gone home, to her mother, I suppose." -4No ; she's had her mother come home to her." Philadelphia Public Ledger, It makes no difference how man) medicines have failed to cure you, if yon are troubled with headache, con vitiation, kidnev-or ltver trouble , Holliater's Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well. W. A. Hayes If the navies of the world were massed in one monster fleet there would be 560 battleships. 471 cruisers. 1,255 gunboats and l,60w One neraon in every 575 In the United Stales is a physician. Beautiful eyes and bandsomeface are eloquent commendations Bright eves ire windows to woman's heart. Hollisier's Rocky Mountain Tea makM bright eves. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. A A Night Alarm. Worse than an alarm of fiie at night is tbe brassy cough of croup, which sounds like the children's death knell and it means death un- torpedo cratt. less somelhiog 13 done quickly. Fo ley's Honey and lar never tails to The moat reliable preparation give instant relief and quikly cures f,,r kidney troubles on the market i tbe worst forms ot croup. Mrs A . Filva Kidnev Cure U D Jne." L. Uordier, ot Manoiogton, ivy., writes : "My three year old girl had WfiKKLY HlLi.6BORO ilARKET Ke- a severe case 01 crouu : um uuciur said she could not live. I got a bot tle ot Folev'a Honev and Tar. tbei J ml ' J first dose gave quick reliet and waved her life." Refuse substiluteH. CD. Jones. r Biblical Hecordor.J ' Thomas Dixon, the elder, is 84 years of age. He has organized more churches, we suppose, than any man in iNortn uaroiina. tie naB baptized 5,000 persons. He ban served one church nearly sixty years. He com bio es as many qualities of a patriarch of Israel as any man that has lived in North Carolina. There's a pretty girl in an Alpine hat, A sweeter girl with a sailor brim, But the handetouiest girl you'll ever see, Is the nensible girl who uses Rooky Mountaiu Tea W A. Hayes. fZion's Herald J If you have faith, preach it; if you have doubts, bury theiu. If you . have jov, share it ; if yo 1 have aor row, bear it. Find the bright side ot thin era Gtd's nide and belo o PORT. Wheat, per bushel oi60 lbs., cts. to 81.25. Corn, pel oushel of 56 lbs., 60 cts. Oats., per bushel ot 32 lha., 50 cte. Meal, per bushel ot 46 lbs. 75 ots. Pork, 7 1-2 cts per potina. Biuon hog round 12 12 to 15 cts Flour, per barrel, S5.0U to $6.00. Tallow, pet pound, 4 to - cU. Beeswax, per pound, 20 cts. Butter, per pound, 20 cts Kgijs, per dozen, 17 1 2 cts. Peas, per bushel, 0 cts. Beans, per bushel. 81 00 to 81 50. Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents per pound. Chickens, each, 10 to 25 ols. Feathers Live Geese 40 cts. per pound. Wool washed 25 to 35 cts. per pound . Unwashed Wool, 15 to 20 cts per pound. Coffee, 10 to 30 cts. per ponnd. Sugar, 5 Lo 6 cts per pound. All kinds ot country produce in Wood's Grass Clover Seeds. For clean fields and clean crops, Sow Wood's Trade Llark Scads, the best qualities obtainable. Wood's Seed Book gives the fullest information about Grasse and Clovers, best time and methods of seeding, kinds best adapted to different soils, quan tities to seed per acre, best com binations for hay or pasturage. and much other information of the greatest value to, every farmer. Wood's Seed Book Is mailed free oa re-., quest, write for It, and special Price List of Farm Seeds. T.V.Yood&Sons, Sesdscan, HCHnOMD, Y1RBIMIA. WOOD'S BRAID PRIZE ST. LQUiS, 1804. SOLD UEDAL - PARIS, 1 SCO. AI.VIN K. PARISH Uxmd bought one-halt interest iithrf stccK ot nis brother, H. L. Parish will continue the business at hig ol ley's Honey andTar. C. D. Jones. Rv virtue of a tower of sale contain j . . . ml in a TnortarsicrM PXfil'Uted IO me. Iue iv ... - - . . . ' undersigned, John A. bull, bv Joscpn F. Carr, Februarv 2, 1903, and recorded in Ronk IC mse 99 of Orange County Reirl&trv. I will, on Monday. March 6. 1905 12 o'clock, noon, sell at the court honsp door in Hillsbortf, at public auc tion, to th highest bidder,tor cash, a tract ot land in Bingham Township. Or ange Countv. bounded as follows : Biilv Thompson on the north, Mag Osibtree on the east, Julian (Jarron the Wa sts. Uandkercbiets. Uom bs, Jew- GOODS. NOTIONS, HATS. CAP elry, and a complete stock of every- and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. ... t 1... t . : . I Our Hats anil Shoes are eroeoiall ining usuauy epi iu w uiei-sianr millinery estaolishment. Out ot town customers will have their orders suiplied promptly at short notice. MRS. M: L. TAYLOR & SISTER. Jj0 RTG AG E.A LE OF L,AiSJJ. By virtue of authority given in a mortgage deed executed by A. S. Ls- siterand his wile, Lula Lassiter, to H. G. Kitne, and dulv recorded in the office ot Register of Deeds for Orange south, and Wm. Dodsou Ion the west Coun-y in Hook k., page 2o, the un and containing Forty Acres, more or dersigned will sell I for cash to the high x est bidder-at public auction at the Sale to satisfy mortgage indebtedness and cost. February 3, 1905. JOkN A SUIT. Mortgagee. S ALE OF VALUABLE PROP ERTY. Hn MniifLiv. March 6. 1905. at the courthouse door in Hillsbo-o, in obe ilience t an order of the Superior Court in special proceeding of Charles Straynorn and others u-x rarte, 1 wm offur for sale Lots Nos 141, 6G and 85 in plut of towb Ot Hillsboro, of- about one acre each, and also a tract of laim of about 42 acres adjoining lands of Wiley Ctes William Andrews. Anthony imwpli's heiis Elizabeth Gates' hens ;md W. P. R berts. in Orange county. Terms ot sale : One-third cash and balance at 6 and 12 months with tntr- . I A .1, ...... st from day ot sale on ueierreu pv - merits. This 30th day of January. 190a. CHARLES SI HaYHOKN, Commissioner. court house door in Hillsboro, on Mon , day, March 6, 1905, a piece ot land lying and being in the counties of Orange and Alamance, beginning At ahickoiy Faucett corner, thence running N. 10 W. 10 chains to a white oak, thence K. 80Q E. 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. I chain 50 links to a stake, thence S. 80 W. 45 chains and 75 links to the beginning, containing 32 1-2 acres, niofe or less. Sale is made to satisfv mortgage and to pa cOste. . This 4th day of February, 1905. , - H. G KIM K," Mortgagee. Our Hats ami Shoes are e?peci gootl. We Soli the world renown "Battle Axe" Stoes Also "Jefferson and "Old Dominion" Hats. Cornea see them. . We can fit you and pleas: vou. We make a specialty of flour. Oun merchants in towu tarrying BM ..nhtli(it-" th hr-st finur. made m finftst Kentucky wheat. Try it. lot will use no other. We sell New York State Salt if sack&. Also everything in Hardware. Our line of Cigsrs! Yoiiknowu nh:nol:t.,, "Bl.u-k Pooille," hAi rHrt.es.,, "Franklin -'Sporting CW and also CherOots, '-Old Yirpn -Virginia Beauties' and "Pinkin." Smnkinnr anil ChewinffTofe Our 8 and 10 cents Coffee is a hustli Also Molasses 25 to 50 cents irullfWi Pannpd GOOI mim S i-pr.ts a bottle'. FulltBH 1 Miphsp. f n iact. evervtbrnz good. Rpnn.mi.nr we nav the highestiaar frtr ('niiiitrV Produce, Besides our Fancy and Heavy Groa ries, we sell everything in uenew V...VP thp. contract for ""1 o 1 . Kiirlprs. Histories. Wj h?c ..in.i lirarciaars. Also vena XVJ Codv Books. ome to see u? ' H. L. PAK1SB --ErvY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO WASHINGTON, ACCOUNT NOT IN ANY TRUSI good demand. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK. Having qualified as Administrator, with the will annexed, upon the estatp Walker. 1 nf thP lsitP p. fi. w. others to get sight of it a:so.-Ziou 1 hereby tiotitv all persons indebted to lie. all. C ASTO R I A lor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the STtf Signature ot (Juz&& said estate to make immediate payment to me, and all persons Having claims against the said estate must present them to the undersigned properly authenticated on or betore the 18th day of Feb., 1906. or this- notice will be plead in liar of their recovery. This 18th day of Feb , 1905. B. T SMITH, Adm'r with will annexed. Foley9 s Honey and Tar for chi!dren,safe,sure. No opiates i Presidential V . Inauguration, 3A.JbfcJH 4, 1905j SOUTHIGRN RAILWAY will sell tickets on March 2nd and 3rd. at extrem ly low rates 10 vv asnmgion. O. C. and return, with Html return limit MarcL 8, 1905 ; however, an exten sion ot nnat return limit may oe pro- ured to March 18th. 1905, by deposit of fi;ket with Joint Validating Agent at Washington prior to 8 o'clock p. m;. March fctb, anu payment ot DOL LAR. Special Inducements to Military 'Jompanies ana JSrass 1 Jiancls in Uniforms. For detailed information as to Rates. Schedules, Sleeping Car Accommoda tions, ASK THE AGENT, or K. LvVEKNuN. T. P. A., Charlotte, N. C , J. H. WOOD, D. P. N,C, S. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traffic Manager, Washington, I. C. W. H. TAYLOE. General Passenger Agent, Washington, U. C , Many newspapers have lately given current to reports by irresponsible parties to tbe effa that THE NEW HQMESEYINQ MACHINE C had entered a trust or combination; we w! to assure the public that there is no trnth inch reports. We have been manufacturirj lewing machines tor over a quarter of a centi rv. and have established a reputation for otr lelves and our machines that is the envy of a others. Our "New Home" machine hi never been rivaled as a family machine. C itands at the head of all High Grade sewis machines, and stands on its own menu. ITte "New Home" istheonl reall HIGH GBADE Sewing Haehino O on the market. It is not necessary for us to enter into a tru io save our credit or, pay any debts as we hat bo debts to pay. We have never entered int Mmpetition with manufactarerB of low grand meap machines that are mode to sell regart ess of any intrinsic merits. Do not be d Klved, when you want a sewing machine don ; tend your money away from home ; call on 4 New Home" Healer, he can sell you setter machine for less than you can purchat jlsewhere. if there is no dealer near yot write direct to us. THE NEW HOME SEV1NQ MACHINE CI ORANGE. MAOS. ICS A M M P O ft A l V F5 STew York. Chicaeo. IU. St. Louis. Mo.. Atlal I T 1 "mr- " ' ta, Qa., Dallas, Tex., Ban Franciaoo, Cal. I tho Itiost hMlinfl MilV ill iho World. A., Asheville. Thedford's Black-Draught comes nearer regulating the entire , system and keeping the body in health than any other medicine made. It is always ready in any emergency to trelat ailments that are frequent in any family, such "as indigestion, biliousness, colds, diarrhoea, and stomach aches. Thedford's Black-Draught is the standard,- never-failing remedy for stomach, bowel liver and kidney troubles. It is a' cure for the domes tic ills which so frequently summon the doctor. It is as srood for children as jt is for grown; persons. A dose of this medicine every day will spon cure the most obstinate case pi dys pepsia or constipation, and when taken as directed brings quick relief . Danville, Iix., Deo. 23, 1?03. Thedford's Black-Draught has been oar family doctor for five years and we want no other. When any of us feel badly we take a dose and are aU right in twelye hours. We hate spent lots of money for doctor bills, but get along just as wall with Blaick-Dranght. mx h. BADKB. Ask your dealer for a package of Thedford's Black-Draught and if he does not keep it send 25c. to The Chatta nooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. and a package will be mailed to you. NSiiaXssg IN HOGS rr will cum CkmHeCaM.tan' A .m Tiaiaarfc IN turn UU PP Irnc. SwS nam- to Foley's Honey and Tat beals luagi ami stops the coqff& : atf BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMP L ml ifMl .Un r ja- ftle at Ull",uw A. Bajea, Druggwt Provenfs Serious Crnn a Utif Rememoci - Folav's Honey and Tar. j I III w Prnoared omy "lti& Foley A Ooitipanyt v JONES 1 - rr Pnfev'S A"