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H I LLSBO RU U G H , N : C, THURSDAY, Jan. 18, 1906. Published Every Thursday. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Publisher and Owner. ' ; , . . "I ' ; Thef political pot b6il. Watch it, is ' beginning to . The State Corporation ' Com mis sion has given out its re port, "on the condition of hanks in North Caro lina at ttm close of butibess on the 9th day ot November, 1905. The -showing made is a very remarkable one. The total assets ate '841,095, 039, an increase Over one . year agd of no!lebUhan 89,491 356. There Nare '238 banks, and Oae tear -'ago "there were ooly 183. The aVpowis flobjeot to' check-aggregate 627, i20, 128. I be report shows in the clear eat sort of a way; 'a -great prosperity ot the State and . the increase in "wealth and goneral (leveloptneot. ' "HelrK," in the Durham Son, not only speaks oar sentiments in the following, bat it ought "to be the -sentiment ot every good citizen : "Somehow or other, we have hot., 'little respect for a man who habito ally oses profanity. Vulgarity is disgusting and bad enough, but pro faulty is worse, it anything. It is more malarial in its effects, and blunts not only the blasphemer's re Hgious sensibilities, but those of all who constantly hear him. When we hea a young upstart using "cuss wor(3t," we. feel as if we would like to take him across bur lap and apply a board to the seat of his trousers." TheObserver is also ot the opinion that a gentleman will no not'tise Either profanity or volgaiity. A MoDEfeN "Miracle. '"Truly miraculous tieemed the re eovefy df Mrs. Mollis Holt o"t fhis place," writes J. O. R.; Hooper, Woodford, Tenneseo, "she was so wasted bv coughing Up puss from fher lungs. Doctors declared her end so oeir, that her family had watobed by her bedside forty-eight 'hours ; when, at my urgent request Dr. King's New Discovery was given her, with the astonishing re sult that improvement began, and continued until she finally com 'pletely recovered, and i a 'healthy woman to-day h Guaranteed cure 'for COaghs and colds. b0o and $1.60 at W. A. Hayes' Drugstore. Trial bottle free. Postinaster Bailey, ot Raleigh, re ports that "the December payments to the nn al free delivery mail car Tiers aggregate $64,807, an increase of nearly $20, 000. during the year. The increase of receipts of the Ral eigh postfOffioe over last year is about twelve and one-half per cent. Chamberlain's Coogh Remedy tbe Best Made. uIu my - opinion Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is tho best made for olds," aiB Mrs Cora Walker, of Porlerviile, Calif iruia. There is no doubt abottt its being the best. No other is to sure a preventive of pneu titonia. No other io so pleasant and safe to take. These are good rea sons why it should be preferred to auy other. The faci is that tew peo pie are satisfied with any other after having once used thivt remedy. For sale by Vv . A. Hayes, Druggist, iLugBne McLe?n, who since 1881 had held the office cf chief en gineer in the Comptroller's office in New York City, ded on Friday night, '-January 5. He was aid de camp to President Jeflfersun Dvis at the outbreak of the Civil War. The Original. Foley & Co, Chicago, originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lq(ng remedy, and on account ot the great merit and popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genoine. Ask for Foley's Honey tfnd Tar and refuse any scbstiiute offered as no other preparation will give the same satis- taction. . It is mildly laxatie. It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons. Sold by W. A. Hayes, Driiggisi. There ae now 655 Stale odnvicls of whom, six are under 13 years o age. JLhie is no room, irr tbe pen lentiaiy aepartment tor the enmina 'insane. For Infanta and Childreii. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the CASTOR IA 7 Cburnbueco (Ind ) Truth! We nntl-rstand ;thst patronage is being withheld iroroCThe Truth be cause certain parties dp not litae the editor. " In doidgo they are' not hrirtiner Geieer. as weT are getting along fairly well And why ? If we must knooKle to a man, n we most be his dog, Ht w moat pat a skonk on the back to get bis dinky little patronage, then we rebel And that's wnat ine vrange Coaoty Observer calls a man. Cured His Mothe op Rhbuita "My mother has been a sufferer for manv vears-from rheomatrem,; says W. H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At times she was V. unav ble to move at all, while at all times walking was painful, i presented her with a bottle" of Chamberlain s Pain Balm and after a few applica tion she decided it was the roost wonderful pain reliever she bad ever; tried, in fact, she is never without iv no-wlid ist'n'tmee-'able to walkfl An occasional application of Pain' Balm keeps away the pain that she was iormeriy irouDieu wnu . sale by. VV. A, Hayes, Druggist. , - vr,V - . The Dispensary Cotumissioti erp Of Raleigh' have declared a dividend for Raleigh and Wake c6tity of 820,000 oetvprfit for the last quarter ot 1905. -This makes the net profit from the institution for last year $63,5O0,1an increase of ?87,50ObVei 1904. Another Good Man Goe Wrong. He"neglected to take Foley's Kid ney Cure at the first signs of Kid ney trouble, hoping it would wear away, aim uc ao buu:: right's; disease. There is danger,!. lanwto h in tleiay, but if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken at once the Symptoms will disappear, the kidneys are strength eoed and you are Boon sound'and well. A. R. Bass of "lorgautown, Ind., had to get up ten or twelve limes in the n'ght, and 'had a severe backache and pains iu the kidneys and 'was cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by W. A. Hayes,' Drug gist. . '. - ' ' ' ' s fii -O - .' , Winston Salem, accorSlng tb the returns from the school 'census,, last completed, has a population of an proximately thirty thousand souls, and is the seconu city in the State. o . . Beats The Music Cure, "lo keep the body in tone, writes Mrs. Mary Brown, 2.0 Latay- ette Place, Poughkeeps'e, N. "I take Dr. liings JNew. liite Jfills. They are the. most reliable and pleasant laxative I have found.' Best for the Stomach, Liver aud Bowels. Guaranteed by W, A Hayes, Druggist. ,-25o. - o . 'Aoe .totrnal. iir. W. B Upchurch, that Veteran of farmets, and ader in all that tendis to opfift and bless, raised a crop oY corn last vear that is sirnplv wdnderful. We have an ear of com raised by him that has 1,600 grains on it, aod as pretty corn as the "eye ever beheld - Mr. Ubchurch takes a pride in farming, and especially in raising corn. -o Three little babes ere neslted To bed. 'Til name William. Willie and &1V' mother said j Wide was her smile, for ripjets they be, ' She lays her good luck to Rocky Mountain Tea. (Great'oafy med- cine.) W. A Hayes. -o ; There are 1,613 309 members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South Gain last year, 38,646; -o- 'l'he children's jubilee ot good heal b follows the use of Bee's Lax ative Honey and Tar-, the couuh syrup that expels all cold from the system by acting as a cathartic on the bowels. A certain remedy tor Cioup, Whooping Cough and all lung and brotn hiai affeutions. feold by xieynolds & Walker. . i " ' VV Wekkly HiLiiSBORu jjIarket Re. POBT. Wheat, per bushel ot 60 lbs., - ets. to $100. Corn pel bushel of 56 lbs., 60 ets. Oats, per bushel ot 32' lbs., 40 ct Meal, per bushel ot 46 lbs. 70 ets Pork, 8 ets per pound Bacon hog rottud 10 to 15 ets. Flour, per barrel, $5.00 to $6.00. Tallow, per pound, 4 to ets. Beeswax, per pound, 20 ets. Butter, per pound, 20 ets Eggs, per dozen, 20 ets. Peas, per bushel, $1 25 ots, A Beaos, per bushel. $1 00 to $1 50. Hides, dry, 4 to 10 cents per pound. Chickens, each, 10 to 40 ets. Feathers Live Geese 40 ots. per pound. ooi-wasnea -zo to 3o ets. pound per uu washed Wool, 15 to 20 pound. ets per Cnffee, 10 to 20 ets. per pound. Sugar, 5 u Qd per pound All kinds of tiotntuy product in gobd' demand: The President and' Mrs. Roose velt have announced that the wed-, ding of 31189 Alice" RooReve't "to Representative Nicholas Iongworlh, of Cincinnati, will occur on- 'Satur day,: February 17th; at' 12 o'clock, nnon, in the 'Easfc Room ot the White House. r o Four Hundred Babies; St. Vincent's Infant Asylum; Chi caso, shelters homeless wiifs await- ing adoption, land there are nearly 400 babies there Sister J'olia writes: "I cannot sav too much in praise of Foley's Honey "and Tar for cooghft colds, oroup' and whooping cough " Contains no opiates and is safe and sure. Ask for Foley's-Hooey and Tar and insist upon having it, as it is a safe remedy in certain results. Re fuse subslitntes. Sold- bv W. A Hayes, Druggist m. :n ! i toe aouinero r.auway nas jusi p,8U u olue.8 u, v,.Ai,. tn tmltmiv on Afitlav ntv mnro than I 85,000 000.V The delivery-is to begin in March in tiar lots of 560 and will be increased each months until all. 3- Now is the time to guard -the health and strength of the lungs The best remedy Tq use" tor coughs and cold 8 iB 'Bee's 'Laxative Honey and Tar; The " only .cough syrup hut which 6tiv the other hand, exvelH all tJoldR'frOm the system by acting as u 'pleasant faxaiive. Best - for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Sold by Reynolds & W'alker. o- The death of Dr. J F Miller, So, periuteiiant of ha Stale Hospital for colored at Golosboro, died sod . . . Wnma Q. .Ui nlaa nn night, January v9. 71 years old. - rr o It inyigorates, - strengthens and builds up. It keeps you in condi tion physically, mentally and moral ly. That's what HbUister's Rocky Montitain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. W A. Hayes. Report of Thos. H. Dickson, Town Constable, in " 'settle men't with the Town of Hilisboro, Jan. 2, 1906. "Receipts: Sale Of cemetery lots, $25 00 Cash ffbm interments in cemetery, Cash from scales, Cash from sale of gasoline, -18 33 6 : 5 00 30 05 00 PCash from fines, Cash from costs, 24 45 460 47 , 50 00 Cah from axe., " Cash froai licenses, V V Cash from dog tax license,' Ca-h from Road Commis- -si on, v . 21 00 48 57 Total, : . DUbursements : To Town Treasurer Dur ham, , I ceitify that the above i a , true and correct state- $691 84 $691 84 , ment to the best ot my knowledge and belief T. H. DICKSON, Town Constable. Audited by C. M. Hayes, Clerk of the Board, this 2nd day of J anuary 1906. . : ' ' :-V:;" Approved by W. A. HAYES. S, STRUDWICK, GEO. C LYNCH, Finance Committee.'. fcjgf Foj sale at Hiilnboru A Hayes, Druggist by W. A PHONE is a positive necessity because it .. is - the quickest, most, .satis factory, and cheapest servant known. 3 1-3 to a d3y in resideocs or 6 in places of business . is . . - ALL THEf COST, The system will soon ; be ready for business in HiUsboro, and the . service win be the best. ' r - Morris y Telephone chau'e.' - ' . 99 PerOont to 80 Per eW"T S .-V SIattllTDICTIIUt The OAVU E. FOUT2 &z?gk- :r IVlilliontx It-os on Xrtli. Ten Thousand a"d Eighty-Seven, , One Half or. Whom are in America. Cent Per Cent J . t John H. Rockefeller fortune Is not less than .8500,000,000. . There are now 10,087 known mil lionaires (more than one-half of Whom 5,027 are in America), 89,000,000- thore fortunes totatlinsr 000 , Every State arfd -Territory, it represented in ine lis't, and one tall' 1 1 on aire, an ludian, Melvm uempaey is in Alaska Nearly all ot the rev maining 5,060 millionaires are iq Europe, though Asia baa 900 "and Africa and South America each have Ineir. Share. ... in 1840 JHOSes X. oeion prioieu a Hut nf Nfiw York nitv's rioh men no gayeenames o,u puBBW t-t . . . l net ing 8iuu,uuu eacn. mow oniy rou- . i- AAA .T ' 1 1 llUUOlica o wuuiou o"w"ft . ora ,o w f . , YorH city alone. T In Australia Sir Jervoise Clark has a sheep ranch worth S150.000, 000, and in South Afrioa "Abe;' Ben- ley is so r'ch that he gave 9,000,000 acres of valuable, land as a contribu. lion to ine oaivauon Array. Among the millionaires oi ion don. Sir Thomas Lipton'i 25,t)00 000 is ( small try" When compared ith estates such as that , of the in fant : Earl Grosvenor, val lied con servatively at 880,000")00. or lhatct the premie Duke of Norfolk, whose income is $7,500 a day. '.'.:'.' K ' i'';:-'" 'O- May Live 100 Yeai&. The chances for living a foil cen tury are excellent in the cae ot Mrs Jennie Duncan, of Haynesville Me , now 70 years old. She writes "Electric Bitters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing, and made me feel as well and strong a- a voung girl." Eleclrio'BiUers cure Stomach and Liver Diseases, Blood disorders, General Debility and bod ily weakness. Sold on a guarantee at W A. Hayes' Drugstore. Price dhly 50c. y';:; ; ':';' . C- -..' The report from the Oxford Or phan Asylum to the Grand Lodge of Masons at Raleigh last week, show ed $11,450 receipts for the last year; a gain of $3,177 over the previous year. Uctooer l, lyuo, tnere were 266 children in the orphanage, 135; uoys and 131 girls Chamberlain's Cough Rk&edy Absqlutelt, Harmless. The fault of giving children medi- cine containing injurious substances, is sometimes more, disastrous than the disease from which they are. But tering. Every mother should Know that Chamberlain Cough, Remedy is perfectly sae for-children to take. It contains uothiog harmful and for coughs, colds and ' croup is unsur passed. U or sale by Wi A. Hayes, Druggist. ; 1 In an audienco with King Edward, President Tucker of the Jamestown Exposition, was assured that Qi eat Britain's army and navy would oe represented in the demonstration in Hampton Roads. . .-. -:. V.' It is a sin to suffer with backache and pains over the Kidneys, when a single dose of Pine-nles will give re lief in one night. Suffering women should heed these warnings ere it is too -late. JB emale troubles may re nlt. Pine-nles will strengthen the Kidneys, and .bladder, cleanse the b. ood and relieve the . aches and pains of Neuralgia and Rheumatism. SoM by . Reynolds & Walker.; . 175. 1005. A.1VI V ; ,v . Winter MILLINERY. OUr. Fail , and Tihter Millinery is now ready tor inspection -and is op to.date in styles and quality We have bought just such a stook a, we Know win piease our cus tomers. :v '. I be latest .styles in trimmed and untrimmed Hats tor all ages and classes and at moderate prices, 1 he loveliest Flowers and Rib bons, and a pretty line of Fancy vutiarc, jaanuKercnieis, uomos, Jew elry, and a complete stock of every thing in millinery. ijiaii oiuers aoiicuea,- ana we guarantee prompt attention and sat istaction. MRS. M. L. TAYLOR fc SISTER wfMA4 - 0 YEARS' -. "V EXPERIENCE Trade Marks UESIGN8 i.' Allone sending a sketch and description xhay talckly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Commanica ns strictly coiifldentW. HANDBOOK on Patenta sent free. Oldest agency for securuiierpatents. . Patents taken through Munn St Co. receive rpecial notice, without charse. (nth Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Irjrost o(r- -culation of any scientific Journal. - Terms. S3 a r.:.l2?r tllB" L 8o'd byl, newsdealers. MUfi l&Co.fenyork Branch Office. e& 6U' Washington; IXC. Foley's Honey Tat heals lungs and stops the cougH Stomach Troubles a n d v Cqnsti I'ATIOif- . , "Chamberlain's Siomach'aod Liver: Tablets are In best things tor stom ach troubles and constipation I have ever sold,' says J. K. Cullman, a droggist of Potterviller Mich. They, are easy to take and always gi ves satisfaction. "I tell oiy enstoarors to trv them and 'it; not satisfacftofy tV come back and get their mony but I have never had a complaint." For sale by W. A. Hayes, Dfuggist. If the good fish still in the sea are wise tney will continue to amae there, - v;:!' ' : o s Blind, bleeding, itching and pro- J , .tk-o qra Snctanllv rexMttvun K M7.n ThIB romv nnt nn 1 . i . ' . t .t Sli. . si n rniinRinp iiinnK wiwi nozzie at m lachmet, soahat the medicine may t . i " . - r be Aupied iQ8'id0 directly where the t v, li n ttn 'J.a. n ru lavas MsnZan relieves W..... instantly. bv ' Reynolds & Walker. m . m It hi so knueh easier to borrow trouble than it is to pay debts :, Bast tf K-'.' Whoopino Coaafe tc. The red letter . "B'Mson. 9617 bottle. rfbtlledilf Co., tuetft ri:tn olds Vw alker. s oi? A. T ia JM 10 JX T . As required by S'tlon 752 ol V Code, the !ollwing iteinizetl Statemenf-J or Hixpenaiture ny tne uoani oi com missioners of Orange,. County vior the year ending Nov. 30r 1005, is published : Continued irom last wee lo, Ann Scarlett sp Elizabeth Lloyd su Geo Laws coffin M ano G Sykes sop Annis Parker son'shp Henry Ray sup R I 3ain silpt co ho Beta Woods sup W A Dorherty sup Silly Clark sup Harriet Clark sup J.F McAdams commr Jn Thompson EVr Daniel int co oWers l 1 3 4 I 87 1 I 2 1 1 J B Tbjo m as , Sea r 1 ett s u p Parks & Hedgpeth sup co ho $ J K .Hughes iury tick &o 182 Saly Pickard sup 1 Dr C D Jones small poy ca 5 Dr C D Jones exam insane ' 4 Dr C D Jones attend iail v 1 Dr C D Jones at co home 16 D H Hamilton C S C rrwt ; in fol cases Mar Tf rm 1905 . State vs Sophie Neville State vs Will Farringion State vs W J Henderson State ts Neil Whitled John Laws attend board &o T II Murray lumber bridge Dud Laita janitor co ho Jesse Miller int co orders W W Warren work co bo pus Scott sup tjF Baldwin sn pop 3 mos N W Brown & Co srp co ho Pleas Roberts sup -Jenny Cbavers Sup ' Wiliis Cates sup ' Lizzie Warren sup Ann Scarlett sup ,'v'.. Rebecca Riley sup '65 5 6- 2 21 55 1 50 9 1 9 45 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 3 2 1 74 Anna White sup Richard OateS sup M & C Sykes' sup 4 moi Eli2 Lloyd sop :--' ;;::; Henry Ray sup Miss Newman spp M Nunn sup ' Wm White sun Sheriff Andrews jail account fcally Clark support r 2 Harriet Clark sup 1 Jack Wilson sup j 1 liena Woods sup 1 J C Roberson so p 2 Pirks & Hedgpeth sop co ho 26r Margaret EUis sup ' K 2 Nancy Crab'tree sup 1 Pantha Poe ,snp . I Ad line Foister sup 2 Sallie J Lloyd sup 2 Wm Dodd sup 2 Mrs Mulhouse sup ' " 2 K A Toler work brrdge ; 43 J F McAdams commr 6 S Browning commr v 9 J W Pickett commr . 9 John Laws attend y board &q 17 C R Pariefetreas supplies 2 Miss Piokett sup . 2 Maiy Andrews chif sup 4, E A Toler build bridge ; 801 Sally Pickard sup - 1, E A Hoghes iury tickets . 130 W H Wijkerson haul rock 13 liicbard Caies sup " - - 1 Margaret; Ellis sap ' L Ann Scarlett sup ; V- 1 Lizzie Warreo sup -; 1 Chamterlain's dough Remedy Cures Golds, Croup aci Whooping Cough. : I W HHr Gates sup fetniJi 5h.ivers ? up Sherift Andrews board pris &c Geo Hill janitor co house John A Woods coffin . D H Hamilton supplies Vv A Ddrherty sup Rebecca Riley sop W W Warren work co ho H W & J C Webb sup co ho QUS: fckJOtS 8U.p 50 U 1 .Kl 8 9?1 lfl Wm. Dodd sup- dalhe J Lloyd sup VN aitcy Crabtree sup miss it luxe 1 1 sup - Mrs Mulhouse sup A dtine Foister 'sup- ' l 1 Sally Clark sup . llarnet ;lark sup EliziJJoyd sup ;. MissNewmaa sup Henry Ray sup Annty White sup v W Betray horn; ex to agyluhl J H Fmley coffin Pleas' Roberts sap Bettie.Thomap sup Wm White sup. r D C &e Adams tfour co ho . Tj Ciabtrea and Sit Hicks snp Pantbt Poe sup J C Hblempn sup Bena Woods sup A jS Barl ee exam'lunatic Or Q S Mangum ex lunittc J no Iaw3 at bd ei work &g. 3 0D Hi i Oil 300 3 no li 2te 2 00 20 30 Kd wards & Broughton booki O R Parish treas settlement Willis Cates sup; ; M Nunn sup Dr C D rones sic co home , -Dr C D Jones insjuie exam Sheriff Andrews jail ae ex to nos Gee Hill jnnitor co ho W A Dorherty sup 4 : , -W R Thompson bridge Davis bill Lizzie Warren sup fius S ctt sup . W W Warren work co home .Jenny Pha vis sup; -Becky Riley sup Khz Lloyd sup , OJ 4B B Forrest sitp co ho D C McAdams work.co lio Heniy Hailey tubaceW-o ho Mis- Newman sup Mrs Mulhouse sup Mi.s Pickett sup Adline Foister sup .'. . 6 Marjfaiet.Fllis sup., ..Nam y Crabtree sup h-il lie .1 Lloyd sup I(K) w do 635 40 53 . 1 5(j life 39 c; i 1 Ool 12 601 1 1 27 40 16 20 8 50 1 50 1 00 1(10 10) LOO ." 1 OC lOtt Wm Do(i sup Anna White sup Wm White sup Henry Ray sup . , j, Ii Crabtree and M iticks up Bena Woods siip , H W & J Wabri sup co ho 1 100 1 00 (K ' 2 CO , 1 H W & J C Webb stfp elk office 2 50 22 00 1 C McAdams nour io ho R D Rain sup co ho salary the; S7 50 ,A L Hohfen pension. board 2 P G Parks pension board VI a'nu 0 "siykes sup Sully Clark sup Haiitet Clirk sup D H Flamilton inq sup D 11 Hamilton piwlon board .John I LO'chsrt perMoa board Jsu'k WilsMi sup Ann Scarlett sup v .fohn Laws attend fees&c' Nancy Woods sup j ; Mavv Anjlrews sup chil Annis Paifkr.sup 'son a.;-. Wm Strait fridge over Eno C K Parian paid DrlSteiling , rountv loi;ls ; ' M .) Bliie li.t. Ta W'eV, Cheek. T 'A i 1 1 :3 u qo 60 00 00 60 50 00 00 2C 1 uoo 100 4 00 5 Low oo 0 00 80 A ci fiarbee Hst V Cbwel Hill J W Teri'y lit-t T Little River 32 D 6i lukfec list T (Telar G lore S & Webb fit T Bingham T J P Lotkhni t list T h wo T J K McAdams commr S Bmwni'Ajj .fOtpmr j W Pu kttt commr ; Cms Srnryhoni list T H'iUsboro, Stil ly Pickard sup . v lohil Laws work tax list " Willis ('jite1 sup John Baldwin son sup"--. 1CH2 Lloyd sip ' i-i Wm Harris cars of Sounders Ann Scarlett sup ,W A Dorherty sup Gis Scott sup jS'ch Cates sup v Lizzie Warreii sup Aiiiii White, sup .J en nv Cbavers sup W W Warren work co ho Newim Smith pollljoldr M iss Newtttaii su p Pleas R-Obert? sup Henry.. Ray sup " 76 00 55 85 00 00 40 00 T6 20 38 32 22 60 ft 50 25 60 lack WilsonjSup 00 00 95 00 00 8 60 00 00 0Q Will Soott bal cow conutv ho R D Bain ex R Hester EnaniLMilliftij (Jo lumber - D C AluAdiims rent machine co ho 1 50 M and C Sykes sup 2 CO C'hapel Mill btil due bn ronds . l.'09(i 92 Betty Thora-as sup .. 1 OjJ E A Dickson- speeiil corner Sheiifl Andrews summou jury P II Smith jAffor .John li ilobbs Juror VV 11 An re v.s juror John ''Christmas juror 00! i Jt 11 Sliufp juror i Thomas H Scott juror ::t 00 Edwards & Broulu on blanks 00 Edwards-& Broihton bodks c S c 50 00 nrt ! p J & B B Fon-et sup cd ho fin lSan sup ; .1 C Koberson sup . ? V(J. I F Harward jail f es Horner onerm Auuiews account. Martha- Poe sup .; Mrs Ells sup Win Did sup ' Adli ie Fdister sup Mrs Mii(house sup Sal lie Llbyd suj; , y Mrs Crabtree sup Miss Pickett, u. . Berte Vtpbda sup Becky Kiley. sup Harriet 4CKik sugj Sally, pickaru sup Moora Faucette sup John; tiaws clerk work rJf E A flushes ofcee supplies in digent pupils, Mrs MHlhouc sup Miss Pickett sp Pantha Poe sup Adline Foister sup Wm Dodd sup ( , Margaret Elli sup - Sally Lloyd sup Nancy Ur&btree i (p" ... Mary Andrews child sup Harriet Clark sup M Nunn sup " Ann Scarlett sup Moore Faucette sup Willis Cates,sup " J F, Hollo way care ft' Sauu ilers Ifiliz L'oyd sup . . W W Warren work o ho H P Woods lumber lo .ho' 00 &0 90 00 00 60 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 67 80 fjCr 80 6(f 4 Q0 00 00 6o 45 88 00 00 00 GO Continuel in ..ex i sue 1 j Foley Honey ana-Tat for chiI(ffen,safo,sitre. 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