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0,UXGE COUNTY OBSERVER.
i il U KSDAY, " " " June 15.-1905 Subscription rates: p vear, to be paid in advance, f 1.00 sis months. HATES OF ADVERTISING : Advertisements will be Inserted ior ti 00 pr square (one inch) for the first ni1 titty cents tor each subsequent pub- Tiitttion. , ., . , j7ot Office Hours. Office opens at 8:00 a. m. Closes i on i . m " Mai' ioiog East closes 8:25 a. m. Jtfail going West closes 10:00 a. , and 4:30 p. m. Money order books close 4.U0 p. m. Charles G. Rosemond, P. M. 01 Little S?fn Gutis is visiting bis . r.le. Mr. Harry L. tarifch, at jlavodan. Mrs. Julia Lynch is visiting her sonf, Blears Lemuel Lynch aod Thoaoaa Lynch at Greensboro, N. C. The wheat crop in this coon ly bas been badly damaged, and it is Maimed that there will not be more iban a half crop. N. W, Brown & Company will ray 70 cents lor Corn, and promise thit none will be sold to make Tquor and Drunkards. Mr. and Mrs. Horace B Hayes and baby Charlotte Maria, of Balti more, arrived at Hillsboro Monday lo iit Mr. Hayes' parents, Mr. and Sirs. W. A. Hayes. , Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ruffin and children visited Mr. Ruffin's mother, 31 rs. M. C. Ruffin, at Hillsboro last week, and returned to their home at Siayodan Saturday. The uniiaren's uay exercises will take place in the Methodist chorch at Hillsboro on Sunday night, June ISth, at 8 o clock,. - Public cor aially invited to attend. Mr. R. B. Boone and family, of Durham, arrived at Hillsharo Mon day aud will spend the summer here. They cccapy the Episcopal rectory iu the eastern part of town Now that ihe County Comrais- sioLera have refused to license bar rooms, it is up to ail law-abiding cit iscne to see bat the Wattw law is enforced in Orange county. Tirtd out, worn oat woman cannot sleep, eat or .work ; teem3 as it she would fly to pieces. . Hollisier's Rocky Mountain Tea make strong neres and rich blood. 3; .cents, Tea or Tablets., W. A. Hayes. Mrs. J. J. Powell, of Caswell county, bar daughter, Mrs. George Ashcroft and little son. Johnnie, of Virginia, who . have been visiting; JLfr. Powell's brother, Mr. A. J. Gordon, near Hillsboro, returned to thtir homes Mouday morning. Miss Vera Turner, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Myra Turner, near Washington, N. C, has returned to her home near Hillsboro.. accompanied by her sister, Misis Myra, who will spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Hnghes, at Moccasin Ranch. Mr. Pasohal Lunsford, Treas arer ol Durham county, and daugh ter, Miss May, of Durhara, are visit ing his daughter, Mrs. N, C. Year ly, t the Methodist parsonage. We li"pe Mr. Lnnsford wil) be very much improved in health by the Ju:-e air aod good water so plentiful at this place. We call npon all ; owners e town lots, merchants and others, to ?3c that their property is cleaned up thoroughly before the warm weather sets in, and keep them that way all through the summer months. It will be very warm after awhile. Use lime freely. You know what is s'iid aboat an ounce ot preven tion, ttc. The War. ;. Toe Charlotte Observer of June 12th says : "The war between Russia and Ja pan, in many respect the most no table in history, has practical! v come i to an end. There is htt'e likHhw i hat any more fighting' of a serious nature will lake ,plaee, and it the ar mies in .Manchuria- are aware of the status of "affairs as ihey doubtless are --it js likely that they will re train from attauking each other unti! a foimal armwticc is declared. - This W'll probably be. within a few days. At the instance of President Roose velt, the warring nations have signi ned their .willingness to annnini. plenipotentiaries with a view to ar ranging peace terms, the Russian government going so iar as' to ex press its willingness to have the meeting occur in Manchuria, Wash ington or Paris. The latter city, however, is preferred by the Czar, and will probably be the scene ot at least the preliminary tnee'ing. There has been no indication of what Ja pan will name as the Leace terms. Russia thinks she cannot afford to set the price too high, as soob action Messrs. H W. and J. C. Webb left here the first of the week for Baltimore and ; New 1 ork to pur chase a large stoek of fall and winter goods for their large and increasing trade. " . ' - ' iOn Wednesday afternoon, May 7, lightning struck the barn of M r. Ed. Hail near, Caldweir Institute, selling the barn oti fire and killing a mule valued at $lEb. The barn was very little damaged. , --Thousands of children die nn der the age of five years. Why I Physicians attribute it to various causes, and have ,a vocabulary of In fantile diseases too numerous to mention. Worms ! Worms ! Shri ner's Indian Vermitug8 will kill them and restore the child. For sale by W. A. Haye?, Druggist. to Hon, S. M Gati is and Mrs, Gatti aitended the Slate Normal and Industrial College Conimene raent at Greensboro last week, Mr. Gattis was also iu attendance as a di rector of the college. rMr. William Shelbiirn. Pi o ographer, of Durham, was sn town Monday making arrange,n?ent8t t t. on eh a gallery at Hilbboro. He expects to begin "work here about the 21ft, instant: Notice of his ar rival will be given in this paper. 5-r Dr. J oseph 1 Graham : and M rs. Grsham, of Charlotte who have beeu visiting relatives at Hillsboro, eti here, Monday morniDg accora panied by Mrs. GiahamV sister?. Mrs. Alice H. Webb and M iss Rts- becca Hill, lor Atlantic City, N. J. The Chapel Hill News of last Always Iilral "V Ciurclic, Every church will be given a lib oral qaantity of L. & M. Paint. Call fir it 4 gallons Longman Ss Martinez L & M. Paint mixed with thrae cal- ions Unseed oil, will paint a boose. W. B. Bar-, Charleston. W. - Va.. wcuiu euuaugt-r uie iuiur. uapao.i wriie". L uinieu i? ranKenoar2 block however, has won an almost com- with L. &. M. Stands out as though pieie.viuiorv, auu .iue vicio-s wuu varnisoea. doubtless name terms that will coi - vVears and covers like sold. vmcB the Russian government that Don't pay S1.50 a gallou for lin- she nas been in a nght and trot the seed oil. which von do in read v-tor . " worst ct it. , use raint. "The war, which Jjegan February Buy oil fresh from the barrel at p, 1904, , with the attack of Togo's 60 cents per gallon and mix it with fleet upon the ships at I'ort Arthur, L. & M, has been full ot surprises for the It makes paint cost about S1.20 whole world, which has watched the per gallon. triu-nphal march of the Japanese Sold by H, W. & J. C, Webb, with astonishment. When the con- liilisboro, N. C, flict opened nobodv save the Janan ese themselves fxpressed a serious Those Steel Ranges that Webb doubt that Russia ,-would in time wear cut the Yankees ot the Orient was advertising at $45.00 have come. and crush them, and it is doubtful if the Japs, themselves had any idea Be from Missouri, and don't believe of such a victory as they have won. Aside from being one of the greatest anything you hear about them until ivars in history in the matter of men and fleets employed, the success oi we show them the Japanese m every engagement t . .it mattes it noiame. j glance over the history ot the struggle will show not a. single victory icr the Russians in any contest worthy the name of battle." IlaiuiuockSi Prettiest line ever seen in Hills boro ct the Bookstore. Hocks free POSITIVKJLV CALij. I SHALL ADVERTISE ALL DELINQUENTS WHO FAIL TO PAY THEIR TAX iN OR BE- FORE JUNE 15TH, 1905. ON Bring your Basket or leave your purse at home when you come to LAST Browu & Co'a. , . A pretty girl, a summer night and er er , cue of those Ham mocks at Webb's. We cao't tell you about tho 10c Bargains Come- anu see iheni Brown & Company. The Gattis Kilgo case is being tried in the Superior Court at Ral THAT DAY I SHALL PLACE eigh thh week. This is the fourth trial. The snit is brought, by Thomas J. Gattis, who, like Rev. Dr. Kilgo, is a Methodist min t I -S 1 1 ; jor Infants nd Children HiiHiHuiiii;i;iiwiwiiiimiiiMaiwiMiwwitwmHiiHiHimma) jjjjJ Mhw m mrnrn i tmmrmmMmnrnmr-" w eek sys H on. Ira E D. Ad- THF. T.TS T' T"M TTTK HAWFlR OT? THE PRINTERS FOR PUBLI CATION. THIS LIST WILL INCLUDE ister, agaiust the ' latter for 100,000 damages. Hon S M. Gattis is one of the plaintiff's counsel. Major (Irews left Tuesday morning lor the eastern part of the State with the view ot locating for the practice of h's prolusion, law. We wish him success wherever he hanga out his shingle." i " i . Unclaimed Letters Reiiiainiog in the post-office at Hillsboro, May 31, 1905 : Broye, Charlie. ' Crabtree, Miss Margret. 1 Dixori, Miss Georgie. Hall, Mw. J, " Hargrave, James L. Johnson, Freeman McKee, Mrs. Willie. Morehead, John. Rao kins. Will. Stubbios, Mrs. Nannie, Wells, William Wilkerson, Mrs. Sallie. Pei eons calling for above letters, will please say "advertised." Cha2les G, Rosemond, P. M. A Bad Scare. Some day you will get a bad scare, when you feel a pain in your bowels, and fear appendioitis. Satety lies in Dr. Kiog's New Life PiUsa sure cure, for all bowel and stomach diseases, such as headache, bilious ness, costiveness, etc. liuaranteed at W. A. Hayes' Drugstore, only 25c Try them. 'i?o Our 3?atrons. Our senior partner, P. L Hughep, having died suddenly on May 21, 1905, there has been some question as to our business at Carr, N. C, and Cedar Grove, N. C. ' The busi ness will be conducted : at, both places as before until further notice. Thanking you for your kindness in the past, and asking a continuance of your business in the lutur, we beg to remain, Yours very respectf ully, JIUGHES & COOPER, s: Per P. L. Co o n e r. This May 26, 1905. itil)ililliliHlllil1iiHllilliiitMiiim'iiiiiH!i;iiiiiniiiiiiiiiimi;iiiiii'iii; 'liiiiii'itntmr Aigetable Prepacatlonfor As siaulatrng tiieroodandBegula Utig the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes Digeslion.CheerfuI nessandRestCoftiains neilher Orium,Morphirie riorMieraL NOTAIlCOtlC, J2tape ofOld.JJrSAMUELPITCHKFl Pkmpfun, Seed'' JZxAdUSalee- liaise Seed- ' GiT6ona6t$aia;- Gmilwd Sugar . ' WinCenjreeh. Flavor. Aperfecl Remedy forC Tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signaling oF NEW YORK; Bears tHe Lgnatnre-- of CtZ&$fa&to - IS - T m i v f it W s tj if- j EXACT COPy OF VRAPPER. ' THE CENTAUrj COMAfJY. NEii" WRK CITY. - I1REI S H I A WAT EVERY NAME ON THE BOOKS Raleigh Tuesday as character wit neftes for the rilaintiff. Eugene JV. Hiiirlios, TAX COLLECTOR. JUNE 5TH, 1905. Dried Jbruit Wanted. We pay fair price for Cherries, Graham and. Mr. John Laws went to all kinds, Dried.- N, W. BROWN & CO. TL. 1 ! I l II at r-L ..I Bears the ,r'3 ma m m ftlwa"s ml" Signature of Ice Cream Sincere, 2 cents each, at Browo & Co's. The Third Quarterly Confer- ence of the Hillsboro Circuit of the M. E. Church, South, will be held at the New Sharon Methodist church on Saturday, June 24. We had a pleasant call one day last week from Mr. W. H. Mollikin, A 10 Quart Milk Bucket, only a Dime, at Brown & Co's. The Comity Comcissioneas at their meeting last, week elected the following named gentlemen as mem bers ot the County Finance Commit- REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF tee for 12 monihs : W.1I. Jones, of TflK BANK OF ORANGE. AT Hillsboro township ; D. b. Miller, of HILLSBORO, IN THE STATE OF e ?iver township and John l v niiaKer, oi unapei nm wwnscip. CAROLINA, A'C THE The commissioners levied the saae CLOSE OF EUSINESS MAY 29TH taxes as last 'year, except the mar riage license tax was increased from $'2 to $3, the increase being for the use of the county. Is natures sovereign liquid remedy, for all chronic diseases. It is pleasant to taste, sure in effect, and i beartil endorsed by all leading physicians as a pronupt and permanent care for all ioisje: Assess oit stomach, -xiveis., ;; Kidneys &d ... bladdse;, It is certain and lasting relief for Rbeimati8m, Nervousness, Insomnia, all catarrhal affections, and for troublep, that arise from uric acid poisoning; 1905. ,-, RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, Furniture and Fixtures, 129,009.60 .484.9.8 of Chicago. Mr. Mullikin married Due lrom Banks and Bankers, 14,914,70 the only daughter of the late Hon. " Josiah Turner, and is visiting silver Coin ' National Bank Notes and U. !S. Notes, wile's relatives at Hillsboro. . The Louisburg Times gives the fellowiiig good advice : "Tha peo plo of a community, in .order to be prosperous and happy, mast puil to gether in every movement inaugura -Revfinnn rflioer ChflR. A Ranks ted for the betterment of their town. ao'd Demiv Marohl Stonfl njintnrd Fault finders and kickers against im- a50.ffailon moonshine cobner still 6 provements along all lines, never do miles east of town last Saturday themselves or their fellow meoany noruinrr ahont fi oVlook. The offi- gooa wnatever, ana mose wuo uave " I . i -it- f . - Z 1 cerscatup the still and destroyed ine opounaing oi ineir commumues ti.3 stands, and r.antnred 60 crallons at Mart and are doing what they of whiskey. The still had lost closed can to accomplish something, should down and hart heen moved. The not stop to listen to those who are nhiekey was shipped to Greensboro tryiug to puli them haoK. The machinery for building the macadam road from the middle ot burton and Kinf streets to the railroad station has ai rived. The plant is complete aod consists of en Sears tha s? 1 n9 una you Have Always roup! 115.00 Bigaatnre Awn on I cf -115.43 1,278.83 1.200.00 ti ! ii a i T I . Bears the i "B. vm iDu tiavB Always cuugni Signature X J- :Z2---- I . - J III crutner. rouer. etc.. auu win , . T .r, r .xm i7i-kT eQ-cr e operated in the vacant lot owned 5 y Mr. D. C. Farks, weet ot the cort house. The road work-will iu charge of Mr. Stuart, of Char l0Ue,,who has been.io the employ of l"e MecjenoQrg Highway Commis 8ln, a civil engineer has been em Hoyed to make the survey, and the . By authority of a decree of the Su perior Court ot Orange County in spe cial proeeedings entitled : E. T. Smith, Administrator of L G. W. Walker, de ceased vs. Mary A. Cai uthers and oth ers, I will sell at public auction, at the court house door in Hillsboro, Saturday, June 17, 1905, the following tract of Total, - 147,118.54 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, $5,000.00 Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes paid, l.OJd.us Time Certificates of Deposit, 9,4Ih.30 Deposits subject to check, 61 1 tG7.lt Total, , $47,118.54 State or North Carolina, County or Orange, I, Paul C. Collins, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ot my knowledge and belief. 1. C. Collins, Cashier. f ubscrihed and sworn to before me this 5th day of June, 1903. D. H. Hamilton; Clerk ol the Superior Court. Correct-Attest D. H. Hamilton, .1 S. M. Gaxtis. y Directors. J. S. Spurgeon, I Work of macadamizing will begin as land, situated on the Qounty: Home toon no .i,, rprp. ;Q uQ road and on both sides of the Eno i V POisible. Thw workis be- river, adjoinlng on th north the lands uone bv the Road Commission- ip rn c.v,5i-k w . troii nn-.thi w - : j i x . uui mix aim 11 . ix " u of ITilloKorrt Innnohin TpBrS. I aacf hn tVio aetata rF .Tamaa H". Prirish. XT . m m m - - . I . . . W - " " " ,1 il Winder Webb. E. A. Huebes on the south by J. A. Bivins and west I r Tr ' . J m-t I l 1 it ! 1111 filiriiuii iriir miiiiiii, aQu James A. Cheek. One Hundred and Fity-Seven Acres subject, however, to tho widow's dower, already allotted. , bale to make assets to pa debts?. Terms : One-third cash ; one third in No Secret About It. it 13 no seoret, that tor Ccts; Burns; VJiCCrS. TT(own Cava 17imo 1 1.1.! J.3 ,1A n etc , uothing is so effective as cklen's Armoa Salwo ''Tt. didn't lae long to cure a bad sore I had, ad It 18 all O. TT .r.r gn,a aum " JrrQ8 D. L. Gregory, of Hope, Tex. v. a, llayes' Drugutore. months, int rest on deferred payments, title reserved until final payment with right in purchaser to anticipate pay ments. . - . . This May 13th, 1905. , -' v E. T. SMITH. Administrator and Commissioner. T 1ST YOUR TOWN PROPERTY AND GIVE IN TOUR POLL. Having been - appointed to list the Taxes for the town of Hillsboro for the year 1 905, I hereby notify all persons who are liable for Town Tax that I will be in the printing office of Fhe Orange County Observer during the month of June for the purpose ot listing all Town Property, both real and personal. All persons liable for Poll Tax are also required to list the same with me. All tax payers In the Town of Hills boro should give personal attention to the listing of their town property. All persons who are liable for a Poll Tax, and fail to give themselves in, and all who own property and fail to list it as required by law, &re subject to pay double tax. ; This 24th day of May, 1905. . ; JOSE PH "A. H A RR IS, Mayor, ' Town List Taker. Foley's Money and Tat heals lungs and stops the c6ugh BANK Jul ian S.Carr Wm. J. Holloway President Cashier THE BANKOF THE TOWN We-Strive to Oblige and Acoomoclate ThePUBLICrr Jf; " ' "..- -'.V.. ..'.' O . C-f H-X T1k -fjri gr ' DEPARTMENT fWe Issue Certificate? of Deposit beakrin ; FOUR neicent Inieres 1 Jim opens you an Account BIND URE FIND ' ; Charlotte, M. C. The Harris Lithia Springs Company, Harris Springs,' S. C. Gentlemen In typhoid fever, and in faot all febrile conditions, the sys tem needs water. Thirfct is nature's way ot indicating this.' For many years I have advised and enconr ged my fever patients to drink Har.ris' Carbonated Lithia Water. I keep it by their beds constantly, and sug gest that they take a few swallows or, better still,- a good drink every time they can relish it. Thu water seems to be tolerated iu larger quan tities than any other I have u-ed. It causes no feeling of heaviness or fullness about the stomach- a sen-r eation that very often keeps patients from drinking large quantities of or dinary water. ' EDW. C. REGISTER, M. D, Editor Charlotte Medical Journal, Charlotte, N, C. Asheville, N. C, The Harris Lithia Springs Co., Harris Springs, S. C. Gentlemen--1 have used. Harris' Lithia Water extensively in my prac tice, and I speak from experience from the use rf other lithia waters, when I say it is one of the best, if not the , best, I 'have ever used, I have found it marvelous kwhen used freelj.Jn rheumatic gosty diathesis. It is a positive solvent of uric aeitl and orates. EUGENE B. GLENN, M. D. W ahington, N. C. ; The Harris Lithia Springs Co. Harris, S. C. Gentlemen I have prescribed Harris Lithia Water in my practice for a number of years. I look upon it as the best lithia water on the market. In diabeses, Blight's dis ease and the continHcd fevers, there is none better, D. T. TAYLOE, Es President N. C Board of Modi ical Esamiriero. Louisburg, N. C. ' The Harris Litbia Springs Co.j : Gentlercen Having nsed Harris Lithin Water on mveeif and natients' I am thoroughly convinced that it is a remeay par excellence, m maney and bladder troubles. FREDERICK R. COOKE, M. D. SURE Mil lit HM XVTrS U Mti i iwr. - 1VW 3AFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT n Burgl ax " R reproof Vaults ianta -TVTmi Ciwi ihf 3 Additional Medical Testimony Upon Request. HARRIS LITHIA .SPRINGS' COMPANY, Sole Owners and Manager?, Harris Springs, S C, FOB SALE OY ALL i31SIJC5-GIJaS-3?fc5. HOTEL OPEN JUNE 15TH TO SEPTEMBER 15TH. E X JR. G L O W O XJ N I T:X6 I I? 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