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ANK 'COUNTY OBSERVER.
H ILLSBOROUGH, N. C. THURSDAY, - ' - - - July:2, 1908. Published Every Thursday. J OSEPH A. MAURIS, Publisher anq Uwner. ; We have lately received tha t lt, alogueof the Agricultural and Me cnanicil College at Kaleigh. The issue of this year inelndes, io addi tion to the various courses wrAgri otmure and in Engiooering, a foil it ot the Aiomni of the College. -Since the opening ot the A. & M. in 1889, 425 young men have received diplomas. Persons dosiriog copies . of the Catalogue may addreiK Rp. istrar's Office, West Raleigh, N. C. , .' i ; ; ituX?l JM.Hardy, representing xu wiu Heuaoie' taade a pleas ant call 'at ourfofficeone dav last week. The News and Observer is a standard article in these parts, and the difference - between Castoria and The News and Observer is, the children all cry forj;Gistoria, while everybody, Democrats, Republi- cans, Prohibitionists; add all classes, cry for The News and Observer as CBe only medine that reaches the root ot all diseases. Take The Old Reliable." Don't be pot off with "something just as good " The Remedy That Does. 'Dr. King's New Discovery is the 'remedy that does the.hoaling others promise bat fail to perform," ways Mrs. E. R Pierson, of Auburn Centre, Pa. "It is curing me of throat and Inns trouble of Inner standing, that other treatments re lieved only temporarily. New Dis covery is doing me so much good 'that I feel confident its continued use tor a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health." This renowned cough and cold rem edy audjthroat and lung healer is sold at W. A. Hayes drug store. 50c. and $1 00. Trial bottle free. GENUINE REFORM. "I never was moth ot a reformer," said Mr. Billy Sanders ; "I've seed so much reform that I'm sink t it. Maybe ef I could -get a glimpse of xnereeian genome article, I'd like it better, but the only kind I've ever seed is the kind the pcliticiaos tro out wnen tney want office. You know it's all bunoombe by the way they open the'r mouth and see-saw the a'r wi the'r hands I had the idee that the issues of the last cam paign was all for reform ; the rum demon was to be lifted out wi' a a pa'r -of ice-tongs, an the Cussed corporations wis to be belt op an mint alive. I aint evon seed the tongs, an' nutLer have I seed the hide ot the Cussed Corporations. oui i near ten the sk ncin hut hoon done. Well, that satisfies my taste for blood all right, an' now I want to see some of the one-hoss poll ticians operated on for the'r appen "dixes. - They'd feei mnh lirhtr and nimbler." Joel Chandler Har rw, in Uncle Remds's The Home magazine for June. There is oie preparation known to-day that wiM promptly help the stomach. This is Kodol. Kodol digests all classes of food, and It ooes it thoroughly, so that the use oi nod ol tor a time will without oooot help anyone who has stomach disorders or giomap.n imnKfa r ww wiw. ... a iiodol to day and continue it for the Hnort time that is necesnary to give Juu uumpieie renei.. nodol is sold y vv. A. Hayes, Druggist. Don't neglect the sicner if you vuivi Jigub Bill. I J psT Exactly Right. "I have ned Dr. King's New Late fills for several years, and find them just exaotly right," says Mr. a. reuon, ot H arris ville, N. Y New Life Pills re IAVA vSthnnf Un least dbeomforti. Best remedy for -"..DiiKauuu, uiioasDess ana malaria. 25c. at W. A. Hayes' dreg store. Truth needs no authority other than its own. -DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is good for cuts, burns, bruises and ajratches. It is especially good for vJr8: 5eoot0mendea and sold by w A. Hayes Drnggist He is good oatured whose nature it is to do good. CASTOR 1 A For Infants tvnA rn me Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature oX ft Democrntlc Htato icon vent Ion. The Democratic State Conven tion met at Charlotte on Wednes day, June 24, at 12 o'olock m. The tjonvention was cauea . io order by State Chairman Chatham Ex Governor; Jarvi8 was made tern porary chairman. Mr. W. L Par sons, of Rfohaond count v. was f made Dermament chairman. The first ballot s tor the nomina tion of av candidate tor Governor was taken Wednesday nigbt and was as follows : Kitcbin, 875.80 ; On the' 61st ballot, late Saturday atternoon, alter the Convention bad been in session' for more than three days, and alter Col. Home bad withdrawn bis name, Kitchin was nominated, the vote being as fol lows: Kitchin. 474 : Craig, 382 Home. 1339. r The nomination was mnda nh&nimonsl Mr. W; C. NewlandtV)f Caldwell, was nominated for Lieutenant-Gov ernnrl Gov. Glenn and Sefiator Overman were eleoted Delegates-at-Large to the National Democratic Couven tion which assembles at Deover, Colorado. July 7. Saturday night at 12.30 o'clock, the Convention adionrned until Mondav mnrninor At 10 o'clook. ' Tne Convention met prooptiyat 10 o'clock Mondav morning and elected Senator Simmons and Major Ji. J. Hale as the other delegates to the National Convention. The tol lowing were eleoted as alternates Gen. Julian S Carr. ft F Watson. J. W. Bailey and W. L rarsons. Ibe present btate omcers were nominated as follows : Secretary ol State, J. Bryan Grimes. Treasurer, B. R. Laey. Auditor, B. F. Diion. Superintendent ot Public Instruc tion, J. Y. Joyner. v Insurance Commissioner, J. R. Young. - The other State officers nomina ted are new men, as follows : Commissioner of Labor and Print ing, M. L. Shipman. Commissioner of Agriculture, W. A. Graham. Corporation Commissioner, B F. Ayoook. Attorney General, B W. Bickett. Electors at Large, J. W. Bailey and Walter Murphy. The Convention instructed for William Jennings Bryan for Presi dent by a vote of 523 to 194 The Platform was unanimously adopted as drafted by the Commit tee, and the Charlotte Observer's head line says it, is a. "Sp'endid pro mulgation, of 'Democratic prin ciples." The Charlotte Observer says that on Monday night at 1130 o'clock the 'Convention, adjourned sine die alter the most Memorable 'meeting in the political annals of the gen eration. It, Can't Be Beat. The best of all teachers is experi ence. O. M. Harden, of Silver City, North Carolina, says : "I find Eleo trie Bitters does all that's ol imed for it. For Stomaoh, Kidney and Liver troubles it can't be beat, I have tried it and find it: a most ex cellent medicine." Mr. Harden is right ; ii's I he best of all medicines also for weakneds, lame back, and all run down condition. Best 166 for chills and malaria Sold coder guarantee at W. A. Haves' drug 'store. 50c. A law baa cone into effeet in tit lahoma which prohibits any office- noiaer employing in bis office ela- ues witbin ttrt third degree, by at finity or consanguinity. Officehold ers all over Oklahoma are affected . Some of them are defeating iho by exchanging one employing the relatives of another on condition that nis relatives be employed. This is what Hon. .Tat a M State Warden of Georgia, says of xxuuui ror dyspepsia : "jfi, c De- vviu cs CO, Chicago. Iii.-Dear airs l bave suffered more than lAWuenly years V from digestion. About eighteen months ago I had Lgrown so much worse that 1 on1d not digest a orost of fiftrtt hraoH anil eould not retain an vihin M 1 WU UIT stomach. I lost 25 lbs ; in fact I made up my mind that r live but a short time, when a friend of mine recommended Kodol. I consented to trt it to nW.0 k, and was better io one day. I now weigh more than" T Avar fill in Mn life and am in better health than for many year8. Kodol did it. I keep a bottle constant I v hoping tt humanity may be ben "u. xouisvery truly, Jake C. Moore. Atlanta. Annnct in inn Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. acabd. :y . Mebane N.C," FrD ,No.2, July l,f908 To the Voters of Or an i:e County : r I will be very thankfol l.or ydur? support Io my oandidssy foiConnty Treasurer; Sinqe attaining nVy mar jority I have labored earnsUyfor the cause of democracy. I do not seek; nor do I believe, aoy man has t.he right to see orSoe upon the grounds oi party . service alone. I believe e rer'y man who loves N orth Carolina and who Is ; proud of the blessinss of "the Democratic arty, should at all times be willing tp do his best for the happiaess of all the People. I'm simply a Democrat, with an abiding, faith in 'my Party, and if nominated and eleoted I will move to Hillsboro and serve you taithfully. s ; .. ; - Yours very truly. : CICERO H. JONES. fcO to BESTfta World Affor. "Itgives nei unDounded pleasure reeominand ' TttinklniiPa Arhlna Salve," says J. W Jenkinl; of Chapel Hill, N; C jam convinced it's tbe best salve the; Wtfjrld affords. It curea a ieion on my tnumo, ana it never, fails to hal veiiery? snore, burn; or woood to whiohlt isKapplied. 25 cent at : W AS Hyfea' drug store. Baleigh Christian Advocate " tT?he 800 f 70,500 has been bud- COHbed to the' endowment fund of Greensboro Female College ' This is very near the goaiK We feel sure that it is so near thai the sebnrinff ot S 100.000 is only a ouesiion of a , 0A- short lime There in North Car; olhia Methodism a spirit "aoeooate to soDDlvinsr the erf eat ddmand for m m b C7 , the complete endowment of an insti tution which is doing such a 'great work and in whioh we all feel Buch a deep pride. ; M N fO W i T S T E N It is do secret that the recent panic struck all the mills a p'fetty bard Wow, rinoVe especially the v cotton mills. This bf bourse, will lnean an entire readjustment of prions' in cot- Hon goods. It la herefore not a mat- ter of choice Vtth as, but it is abso lately necessary that we get rid of all t A s Cause more trouble than any other orran of the hody.. Tbe function of the kidneys is to imtMta (nOMftnla mmlt ami! .ti in th. nm. CAM of lil roulatton: and ta Mmnm th.m an A sneiracse the bU become naeos pouons nom tne ooay tbroasb. dder. Therefore! when the kldneja IMmamnn .rid ulr tkovsKi .(im.II unable to perform their; work properly, ani pains In the back. Inflammation of the bfadde .A i:.a .u. a. -v . mm uiuim i uiiunicri am Imperative that a prompt r which to Impossible unless cause , , 1 relief be afforded. DcWHfa Kidney and Bladder Pills promptly eliminate poisons from the system and at the same time make the kidneys well 'the cotton goofta now on ourinelves. oan only do this by heavy redue lions io prices, It meads a big loss to us bnt we prefer tnis to carrying Ibe goods over to another seasoh. Tbe values Ve have 'been offering for 'the past ten days will not be in lit 1 Ju,y 3rdT esentatioo of H, iSaie of N0rl; 2i Ited StateH '. ina.M which Bin i . Norf Una water f,;:,T? ,Q HJ Un earsth Hillsboro. w Practice In thfv.. Durham, flranviftrMae"oU rr ergon y Ju. ATTIS, HllUboro.x p Praotlces in State and , cuMon in ill u . - Oxford, N. c. Will - I " t piautme m the Com. Person, Durham -in n urts' the S.IDremft rind GraQville 1 t i' ana strong. , ,. sk Kidneye. Bckache, In- Oil of tile ttlarlrlai- and all urtnary troueies De Witt's Kidne Bladder PUla are, unturpasM now; for until Aogust yon can save A eekV Treatmeht for 25c . Money baolt It tHey fell. Sold by W. A. HATS, Druggist. tnorb dollars on cotton goods oi qale op Valuable laxd. J. W A G N E B Hhoemaker; HILLSBORO, N. C. Ravine located at Hillsboro to carry on the business oi Shoe ani Harness, repairing, I solicit tb( patronaue of the Dublin lif A mi your work and I guarantee satisfac tion. Short on rhntAn Si. door north of Cheek's brick Jbuilding. o. vv AwniJSK. Toe undersiahefr vill baII f. - r .'we mv VUVi COUrt house door fn -Finifihnrn V n i on Monday the 6th. day of Jnly, 1908,1 ab xa ciock m., a trace ot land situated near the town of Hilishnrn. v i - . -wvve i wit known as the Edmund Kuffln, colored, pntue, consamin rour .Acies, more or icss, uujoining me lana or U. D. Tur ner, the heirs of Alfred Hnl ciounc ana otners. This lot will be di vided Into lots and sold first hv Into uuu iimn as a wnoie. Riinspnt. tn tha nnn. firmation of the Courts Trmanf cia . One-third cash, with intf rpat of sale on deferred payments.. Any one wishing to see a plot of the lota can see I Lueui uy caning on tne undersigned vuiuuiiaaiuuciB This sale is made oursuant tn n nr. der of the Superior Court of Orange f !ntintv I a nuwu oames o ones anj i othern are j Jaintiffs, and Columbus Faucett and utoers ueienuants. . . This 1st day of June, 1901 s. m. ok'rns. C. D. ..TURVRH. Cojxrinissioners. every kind than ever before in your life. We will have a ten cent kn eigtit and five cent table and tbe val ues on each will startle yon. We baVe also a line oi Sun Shades Wbien g ALE OF REAL ESTilE. you caa nay at your own prioete gardlesa of cost t6 us. Te have simply made op - bor minds to sell then. Y fiy virtue of a certain orAer swa i,i w - ment of the Superior Court of Orange County in a certain SnAi inzs oesrun and had in tfrA MnnA,.;vi. n" . - TT uuuvi ivi vulfcv, vrauSe ouniy, UMorth Uaro Hnav entitled D. IS. Forrest, Adminis trator Ol A. W. .Tnrrfnn tJi E. Jordan and others wal'sell at the court nouse aoor in Ulllsboto on fMoft day the 1 3rd day or Augusl i908i. at 12 ociocKm.. a i or tMr. trht w 1rT5?aaJominS the ands of; rsV'PollV Township, Orange, County J North, CAN' ollna, and knon,, as:s aH iat t the wwrge jjauceue j&na&i the eatnebehiff the Drone rty of th isf k"- w t.j. attd containing Twenty Aces. mom or less... .; v ...,,.-u FZ:. ' iSomSS Jfe-fen of .irsi a dnolion of from 25 to 50 Der W . Think of it The idea of bnyiog ibis season suomer height goods tne )R. J. S. SPUrgeon, Dentist, Hillsboro. v n - , .- , . ' V. Offl(fi nn fK.,-. . site Maio, John wrSgq g ALE OF TH AOTOFVALd REAL ESTATE. The undersiffned win cn Uvb.v.i tue mgnest bidder innrt. h nn co rlAAM rv . S"0'1 de8n.ihed tracts oi yjnv tract Known sus th Latta Home Pla north by the lands of J. D. 'furl "" uy le vonn w. Latta t lanrl, on the south iiv tho, . attdler. and on the wk kvJ ?lBu?,h8 ?ay 'an(.1 others,c3 ,us V"V xiunureu ana fourteen more or less. ( iA.ii. i rsjiet known as the Jo l atta ht'nd, bounded on the no the lands of, Georyp. a. nnrom east by the lands pf Harvey Ciai W. H, Adams, on tne south b lands of George aiyl Ann Latta, s me west oy tne ranny Latta tlace; fonrainiug N iuety-Nine more or less. ; -rf,f 3RD. Tract known as Mina bounded oh the north by the Shi iauu, .on tne east, by the lai Boroughs Ray, on .'the south hi land of G. c. FaHpv. smil ah thJ . - "J wmv Ul me oiiamoiy land, contaimn and One-Tenth Acres. Terms of Sale: dne third anee in equal instalfments of si ,jn?e uiiuii, wicn interest iro of sale at the rate of 6 per cent. uuui unui paiu. . This sale is made bv order nf t! peiior Cpurt of Orange County, special proceeding entitled Jam Long, Admin.strator of Miss Jf Latta aeainst JoseDh S. Latta an ers heirs-at-law. This 11th dav of June. 1908. JAMES D. L0NG Administrator and Commission UNIVERSITY UF NORTH OLINA.-1789-1907. Head of the States's Kdocatic System. DEPARTMENTS. College, Engineering, Graduate, Zaw, Medicine. JPhar Library contains 48,000 volo: New water works, electric lights central beating system. New dormi tories, gymnasi um, Y. M C. A bnildiog library. 790 Students. ninFacuX The Fall Term begins Sept. 7; 1908. Addreaa ' FRANCIS P. . TENABLE, PRESIDENT, Chapel Hill, N. C. IHE NORTH CAROLINA STA T yeavg' Nith irfter- payiiients fiom dats ol I est on deferred sale until'Daid. ibis 8th day of June '190: - D; E. FOfcRKS'ir - C6mmLsioneri -OTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. facts, and we earneiUy inthe yonrinspeotiion, asBiirinii you that yon need not feel coBpelled to buy bne penny's worth. V. . Al . -. . ' ' . JJ tns sounds like a Fourth at July 'oration, don't ink Shi ree The Board of Oomm County of .Oransre wi 1 mp m- u.j, io. luucac the court house in the tax lists. -.rt '"KU -.' complaints. Alf phm , us snov yu goods. We have them. tion of their property: are heretj y Aotl" fled to nnmn Wa.a -nT r "Vr1 ahnvo; rr " ' fcUC ,oara on the By order of the Board.: JOHN-F. Vr r. A IS A xtq Chm'n Board Co. Csmmrs. w oooscrioe for The Oraitob' County Observer: OnlV $l.(Tff per annua. 0 months 50 eentB. W"; & J. C. WEBB FORMAL AtfD INDUS TRIAL COLLEGE. Maintained by the hate forth A ucationwflhe Women oj North Carolina Four regular Courses leading to Pj Krvoni.,1 riniirsfis oSercd in 'l'J Training, Music, Manual Ar MJ mfistifi science and in the Comoe ... who azree jree xuinon w ";rr;r0iii teach in the senooisoi iun , pvnftnres. including use vi mose aesirins iu cu " as early as possible. The capautf the doi mitones is nmuw. h Fall . Session begins ovy 1908,- -n. s . For catalogue and other im" I address ... J. 1. FOUST, Fresuiciu. G Greensboio5v