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HILLSBOROUGH, N. C. THURSDAY. '-"- - - Nov. 2t 1903. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ; One year, to be paid In advance, fl.OU Six months, . , " " BOc Three months. " . w 25q Our 10c hammer, ia better' than others sell for 25cv Brown fc CoC ; See advertisement of mortgage! na?e of land by Robert L. HVafker, mortgagee. t Read what 'Mstfiih. H. & J C, Webb have to say in their adver tisement on or first pag. . ' The merchants of Hillsboro will olose their placet of business on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, xfov. '30th. " Vt, V .-:::-:'':Xl . .'J ' : A 14-lb eat fish ista a to all mat ter compared to our .10 cent bar gains. Big lot jast received. Brown & Co. v: ;C. " '-: JK '- Brown fc Company are'reoelv ing a new lnt of Dry Goods, jShoe and Notions. Bt st pVloes ! paid for country produce in cash or barter. Messrs; 0J. fc B. B, Fo rest have something, to say in our adver tising ' colU'aitt'aoqt their, Ne Stock f Clothing. ."Jibok-'it "; bp abjt read it. ' - ': ' ' '.'- " r When yoa ; wanV a pleasant physio try Chamberlain's Stomach; aud Liver Tablet, .They; are easy to take and: produce no srirmcr or other uhpleafcaot effect. Sow. by W. A, Hayes, Druggist. t ; -We havebeeu Informed tlt 14 car loads of goods manufactored by 'the Eno Cotton mills and ,the ,Belleoe knitting Mills, were tir 'bed from Hillsbnro one day last week. We thick this is pretty good for oar town. , t Mr. F. t. Ste wart, of Mecklen burg county," N. C , who has been superintending tho building of the acadam road on Kiog street, left for his home Tuesday afternoon Although workiou under great dis advantages, .Mr. Stewart has dono some fine road Work, and the road 60 far as it goes, nearly the leSglh of two squires, .running 4wei between Churtoo and Hazel streetyis a credit to this gentleman and the HiUsboro lioad Commission, Messrs. H. Win der Webb, 'James A. Cheek and & A. Hughes. While at Hillsboro Ikli;. Stewart made , many trends whip will always be glad to, bear of his .success. It is. hoped that the Road Commission will be able to com plete the macadara road- to the tfe pot next summer. . r r' ; MR. HEN3Y BLOUNT AT IJILL8BORO. . MrHenry Blount, of ( Wilson, N. C., gifted lectuirer'and humorist, ap peared on the" 'platform1' st Maxonic Hall Mn1ay night October 30th. He was greeted by a good audience Mr. Blount was eloquently iotro. dued ou Monday night by ' Captain .John Kirkiand, and for an hour the humorist gave bis audiemp a. rar? treat with gems of eloqueoce and a rippling flow of wit and huror. Mr. Blount's style is peculiarly his Q vd. He is eloent and hi diction is exceedingly felicitous Hm phras ing is pictaresqve and hi lecture was tinted throughout with the brightest ideas, the happiest expres sions, philosophic reasoning. i . There, is but one Henry Blount and his audiences heard that genius -with intense pleasure and apprecia ti n He will alwayw receive a Warm Welc-me at Hideboro. "I ThaIk The Lord 1" cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock, Ark., "for the relief I got frpm Book lets Arnica Salve. It cUred my jffartul running sores, which nothing else wonld beal, and from which I had suffered for 5 years. . It is .marvelous healer for, cots, burns an ! wotjudn Guaranteed at W. A. tlnxci' Drugstore ; 25d. . . . . -rr-- : , t Good Tlxitifft. , T. F. V. Hams and Melrose Flour. at Fancy Grocery Company, ; Head quarters tor something good to eat. fJS a Hjboolc; '" y We have received from the man u lactureis a nice lijoeof Mep'a, Wo. men and Children Shoes Shoeji for all boys and girls. The qualitjr ?s riyht, the sty,c is righthe prie i8 right,, and. you can leel certain when you buy -hoes of usk' that you nave bought new shoes Not an old pair .in '.the ho one. We want your Worn, Wheat, . Beans, Peas, Eggs onlckens,, iJotter, potatoes, fcc Vour-friend,' WM. H. NEWMAN, West Epl Grocer j Co. a Few Swell lOb Bar- Me.ii and Bov's Cans. Ladies W..ol Fascinators Gups and Sauoars.: nat es to majcb, 10 Quart buckets, tant ijarotos. ; . These, bareains don't last always. Biring us your Produce ana cee these thing? qaick. BROWN a CO. , vvc have iust opened a pretty 1H of C!hna Novelties, Tea,; Setf,.8aljM g 'wig, Celerv Dishes, CJake PlatfcB, v-ips and Saucers, Just the thing lor Wfcdding and Christmas presents, ., ; . , . . THE HILtSoOrtQ &QKSTOfiE Headquarters for Pretty Tbioga; There Is one thing jast as cer tain' as taxes, in you follow the orowd you will land ai Webb's. A Card of thanks. T hereby extend my hearty thanks to the congregations of Hillsbrjrd and New Hope Presbyterian ohdrebes for the gift of nice set of boggy harness In conduct and s'erf vide I hope I may express my appre elation In a way that words' cannot., Cordially and fraternally, H S. BRADSHAW. at tVst End Grocery Company WM. H. NEWMAN. " W auted ! 1,000 bushes ohWalnnts. 1,000 poondfl bt Wool 1,000 Rabbit ' 1,000 bushes of Ifish Potatoes. i Cash or trade. you . have anji thing to sell see v" . BROWN & CO If you want, a BOutre deal, brine your Frodiioe to West End GfocerW Com f any. Fall line of Dry Goods; unucrwear. wrocerres.wo. A. ,. , WM. 'Hi NEWMAN V- '" " V ' "' ' " Pay ;Youb to yn Taiies. L The Tax Payers of the Town of fHillsboro will please tear ..in mind iuai. vne jowq iBxes ior; yuo are now due, and I will be j leased to give, receipts for the same: Persons o wig Ta x -will please oome forwro and settle.; ; -' . Thomas H. Dicks n, Town Tax Collector. , . - 3 Good Thiols. Lunch Tongue, Barrington Hall Cuflfee, Cheese Straws, at Fancy Grocery Company. JLpok Herti GetHungry. Bartlett Pears. Mafaga Grapes finest Apples in the world, Crabber-: i ivfli . wvvauuvoi uuiuu, & vie i a CbocaUte, Bananas, Orances. Lem flns Melrose Flour and Barrington Hall Coflee at . . . FANCY GROCERY TO , . Headquarters tor Good Things' fo .flat, always. See advertisement of sale of Personal property 6n Tuesday the 7th day obNovember, 1S05, at the home of .Mrs. Isabella, F. Shields, near University Station, Orange oounty, N. C. . , Manv children inherit eonstitn tions weak and feeble, others due to childhood troubles. Hollister'sJ Rocky Mountain- Tea will positively cure children and make them strong 35 centt, Tea r fa Wets. .W, A. Hayes. . ;'.-" ;; The bird 'aw for Orange coontv etpired , on Toesda,y-. Ooiober 21, anii,nntirhe 15th d$y of March tbe birds will e bunted by . all kind of people, provided tbey havepermis sioo from the uwcerot the lanJs be fore hunting thereon. This the law requires - OAOTOniA. . Beaatlle, iThB Kind You Haw Always Boip Q ALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY On Tuesday the 7th day or Novem ber. 1905, the underpinned will offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at the borne of Mrs. Isabella F. Shields near. University Station in Orange coun ty.j-N. C, a lot of Personal Property, conslstinff of Corn. Fodder. Hav Shucks, Farminir Utensils, '2 riores, Wagons, Buggies, Badness, Shop Tools, 2 .Cws, and other small articles of per sonal property too tedious to mention. This 14th day ot October, 1905 v ' ISA BJJiLA F. SHIELDS "The Fidelity nan ay wuaraan o Blanch B. Sbfelds and others, and Dud ley Shields. TJ EYNOLDS & WALKER. ., ; Having opened a complete and fresh line of , " - .. , , OENERlt MER OB A NfilS E at Forrest's old stand at Hlllsbpro, begj to invite the public to inspect, the same and coopare our goods and prices, be. ore making thoir purchases. K Our'iroodp,- are frkh and up-to-date, and oqr prices are sight. ', if -. ' V. bought from,.. Mr. Parish' that . must move ;at some price. See ; what bar gains. fe offer-ifi.itr yr:: Yi- ' We want -yotir prodacC' trade , and think you will find that we are h sad- quarters in this line.-; Jf you do-not wish to exchansre your, .tra e tor mer chandise we pay cash: and .""don't eom- plain. Verv respectfully. REYNOLDS' & WALKER. i V TO OU, FRIENDS WHO i&M We have the kind ypti want and always sell as cheap as other people or a little bit oheapbr. , : "YOU KNOW IT.n r. 0.:3, r&. B. B. FORREST. Look at Our INtow Stbt Ot O r h r iv . o It will pay you to see' i. . OUR V JO O T H 1 R G , before, you purchase elsewhere. For our stocK is complete ; our styles are cood and our, FJttlUiUS are still 'BLTtER, In fact for the next 60 days, the price will are. made to suit the bttyer, 'trouble TO SHOty NO t OtTR STOCK. O. j& B. B. ORkEST, A pair of Pajita, a pair ot. Shoes, a suit of Underwear, a flat,; all new goods apd lates styles pome, lit as m voo outv.fr lend. c West End Grocery Company. . WM; H NEWMAN, k, Good Trilnfeii ' Salmon, Breakfast Bacon, ( Puffed T T C- Tt 1 DtT shire Sauce, at FancV ; Grocery Company, ; .; v Yoa are losing motiey every day by not seeing the 10 C;nt Bargains; at BROWN & CO S. ' Some of out .subscribers' are due us wood on subscription, and this is to remind , them to Dnnir m toe wood now while .farm work is not pressing them, and before the roads get bad. ' -v ; " Do, not, allow worms'. to chea your cniitiren out or uieir living Soriner'a Indian Vermifuge will de stroy these miserable pests, and the little fellows nw armors f. ir the tiailie pt lite, f orgaieoy - m m Tl I a '" W, A. Hayes, Druggist. ' ; Married by W. J. Miller, J. P., at bis home in Little River town ship, on Wednesday, Oo sober "S, 1905, JVIr. Conway Parker r nd Miss M.eddfe Srrub ; and Mr. Dallas li. G&tes and Miss i innie ' J, Breeze. It seems to have beeu ' a good day for Squire Miller to "ptartorm the marriage:cejria'Ony..;- ... ;t7 bears tla 1 Dff m m HaVB m Blgaatnre . of M ORTGAGE SALE OF LAND. By virtue of authority giveti in ,a mortgage , drted executed by Jerry HWep3on and Ell Stvepsoti,' ;his wife, to Robert L. VValTcer and properly re corded in the . otfico of Register ol Deeds tor Orange County, in Book X., page 66, the under?is:ned will sell to the highest bidder for! cash at the court house door in Hillsboro. N. C, on Mnay, December 4, 1905,H tract ot land in Cedar Grove Township. Or ange County, lying on the waters of West Eno, adoinlngjthfi lanasiot .uain erlne Riley, ' Jesse Hughes, Robert L. Walker and others. Beginning at pointers On ScottVline, thenife' east to a white oak on Stjerling Dky'sf line, thence ibiS line sotath to .a:?dogwood Jerry Day's corner, "thence west his lins to a, post oak, thence south' Hughes' line (formerly Tate) to a red oak on his line, west-his line tQ. pointers on Scott's Jine, tbtfnce north, to first station, con taining 3S 1- 2 acres ; '; .. ; , Sale is made to satisfy mortgage and to pjf costs. v This 31st day of October, 1905, , 4 , ROBERT L. WALKER,; Mortgagee. r TO DELICATE WOMEN , Vou Will never get well and strong, bright, hap py; hearty; and freefrdm pain, until you build up jbar constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-making tonic, like " . ; ; rt w It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink it r It is a pure, harmless, medicinal toniCy made from vegetable Ingredients, which relieve female pain and distress, such as headache, backache, bowel ache,; dizziness, chills, scanty; or profuse menstru- atioli, dragging down pains, etc., It is a building, strengin-rmaiang meaicme iorr women, me oniy raedfeine that is certain to do you good.: Try it. r ..Sold by every aruggest in $1.00 bottles. : ,- " WRITE US A LETTER; freely and frankly, in strictest confid ence, telling us an your symptoms and troubles. ' We wiU send free advice (in plain sealed envelope), hoW' to cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga, Tenn. i ; : v Fotey's JCidney Cure stakes JUoaeyS OnO OlOCazr njni ray, in November last, jand was Fen- tenced to two yeafjB; on the. roadsf j but changed the SfrfittnCR ho two j year imprisonment In- the Durham i jail on account of. the prison! t'b leg as it would be unusual torjinre for him to labor on the public roads, Murray has made arrangernetiTs to conduct hi8 business from his prison ceil and will draw hi salary as Piei idem and will direct trie b8ines of the Manic '. Company, of which he is the' principal owner. i" r . Murray r went to' fail - Thursday morning,- October 26, and is' now serving his t wo' years1 sentenee. The iftll has been furnished and . he hs" very . cozy quarters, with a typ writer to use in writing bis letters. Just 1 efore goi-ng to jail he t-ld a newspaper correspondent to ay to his friends at Durham and through, out the State thai he appreciated everythifig that had been done for him- ; -thai he fee'.s extremely, grate tol lor every act .ol kiirdoeKs and that he woold serve tis sentence and make' av model prisoner, giving trouble to no one " ; ; i;: Since, writing the above we have seen it published in our exchanges that Governor Gleh iaya that he changed the sentence from bard la bor on the.roads to Imprisonment tor 'humanity V sake - oil ' account of the mauV physical condillop, and.- that Mur'rayV,eiitecce most be served in the same condition ,and environme-jts that the poorest class of citizens would have to Veisve theirs T4)e Durham correspondent of the Ral eigh Post says : "Murray is allowed no special privileges, ha noj tel ephone and is serving nis n'enieoce just as other p'riBohers serve for crime. Bears the Signature of iTha Kind You Have Always Bougfif Jul ian S.Carr , - Wm. j. Holloway r ' j a. -i WE BOFTHETQWR WeStrive tb OblioiinfJ Acriomodate IheJKUDLWJTT DEPARTMENT IWe Issue Certificate. f Deposit bearing rOURnGitent Interest! Tl9 opens you an Account ISUREFIND (safe deposit boxes FOR RENT Burglar &nreproofault slbu Carry the '.-. . .. -H"' . '.YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jones, of Gallatin Tenn.: ' , ; - ' For since taking Cardui 1 have gained 3S lbs., and am in better health than for the past 9 years! I tell my husbands that . Cardui is worth its weight in gold to all suffering ladles.'? 23UMM o A.LV 17 y Vim momx nwung mmyrm in np "Br Qovbrnor .Declines to Pardon Bob Mdrrat. .Governor Glenn declined to par don W, ;.R. . Murray, t the Darham man, who' killed Ms iinele, J. S. Mar ' RANK fen Ha JWJW" I 3 i IrT&irinnnn (gojcaiuuuijujj r Sett 3 A&getabte PjpatationforA- similating theFoodaadBegula- ubeStomriBaKffiowclscf :j?r0inofes rlgestioiLChecrfuP. nessiindReSl.Conlains neither Opitim,Morphjne nor Mineral. AOTARtOTIC . Jmphn Seed'' stlx.Souui . JkUKJSeeet AperJfect RehA forCoistipa Tlon r Sour S ton&cn, Diarxhoca WormslConYulsipns,Fcvcrish ness and Loss OF SlER .Facsimile Signature 'Of NEW YORK.V ttrtltrti'e .f tii EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. - ILL ON LOCATED ORANGE, , ALAMANCE AND ADDRESS LI Is natures sovereign liquid remedy for all chronic disease' It is pleasant to lasie, sure,? in effect, and is heartily endorsed by all leading physicians as a prompt and permanent cure for all DISEASE STOMACH, It is certain add lasting relief for Rhe imatism, :Nervobshesf Insomnia all catarrhal affeotions, and for trouble that arise from orio acid poisoning f . Charlotte, N. Q. The Harris Lithia Springs Company, , Harris Springs S. C r i . Gentlemen -rlnstypboid fever, and in faot all-febrile conditions, the sys tem, needs water' Thirst is nature's way of indicating this. For many years I have advised and encoor ged my lever pauenia 10 anna, xiarns; Carbonated Litbia Water.. I keep, it. by .their beds constantly, and sot gest that they tase; a tew swanow or, better stiil, a good driok every time tbey r catf relh it. Thi ' water seems to be tolerated in larger qaan ilties than any: other I have ued. It causes -no feeling of heaviness or fullness about the stomach a sen nation that very often keeps patients from drinking large quantities ol or dinary water. . ; j. " 1 EDW. V. REGISTER, M. T, . Editor Charlotte .Medical Journal, Charlotte, N. C. b : Asheville, N. G, The Harris Lithia Springs! Co., Harris Springs, S. C. -. Gentlemen I have used Harris' Litbia Water extensively in my;prac- uce, ana 1 speas iroia experience Izii Additional Medical Testimony jHALttsiis Lithia $ le Owiwfs and Managers, Harris Springe, S C. iOR SALE BY A MM tin For Infants and vChildren. Yii Hav6 AliVay s Bought Bears. the for Over OIV ESTATE IN 'v:'; v GUILFORD COUNTIES. TRUST COMPANY, - , BU ISLINGTON, N. a , -7 h ' :. r . '' . from the ose other lithia watert when I eayv it is one of the best, it not thebest; I have fever used." I have found it marvelous when oseiS free!) in rheumaiio ;gooty diathesisi II is a positive solvent of uric acittl oratef EUGENE B. GLENN, M. D. Oiii. yl Wa-hingtou, N. C: : The Harris 'Litbia Springs Co.. Harjis; s q: .; ' ' - " Gentiemen I have preScribeQ? acrJLitiay.Vter in tny practice for a nhmb'erpf!; years. I look Upon? it as . the. t best lithia wateT on the market. v In, labeies, Bright'e' -dis? ease and tbeconiinoed jevers, there is none belter; n ' '"' 5 "? .,b-v D. T. TAYLOE, - Ex President N. C t Board of Medi- leal Examiners. f . l:' Louisborg, N. C. . ThoHarris - Litbia" Springs' Co Harris Springs, S. C. Gentlemen Having; used Harris) Lithia Water on-myself and patient I am thoroughlys convinced that it a.i-ernedy par excellence, in kidney and bladder troubles. ' - w r lil 1)ERICK R. COOKE, M. D. Upon Request springs company, ALL m and n Use m 'HI V 1 .1 ! 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