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' ORANGE -COUNTY OI&ERVM HILLSBOROUGH, N. C. y II U KSD AY, - - - - iftjy. 5, 1908. ; Published Every Thursday, JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Publisher '.. and Owner. : Tbe Norths Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical College offers a seven week's short coarse in Agri cult a re, January 12th to February "23, 1909, and" a one week's course in Cotton Culture, January 5th to January 12th. The only expense -4o the "person taking thes courses will be his railroad Sire and board, and board will' co6t . only "1)2.50 per week. Write to Prof. O. L. New- man, West Raleigh, for full infor mation -and then go and take the bourse I v . Ori the 31st day of October Pres ident Roosovelt issoed the annual Thanksgiving proclamation in which "he points out the steady growth of the nation in strength, worldly power, weajj.h and population, and that our average of individual, com fort andtfeflberogMs higher than oi etiy - other country in the world. For this, he declares, Americans owe it to ' ths rAhnighty to show equal progress in moral and spirit ual things. President RooEevelt in his proclamation sets apart Thurs day, November 26, -as a day of gen eral thanksgiving and prayer, and on that day recommends that the people shall cease from their daily work, and, in their homes or in their 'churches, meet' devoutly to thank the Almighty for the many and great blessings they have received in tbe past and to pray that they may beiven strength so to order their lives as to deserve a oontinua- :tion of these blessings in the future. Seven1 Years op Proof. 'Thave had seve? years of proof that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs "and colda and for every diseased condition oi throat, chest or lungs," says VV, V. Henry, of Panama, Mo. . frhe world has had thirty eight 'years of proof that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for cougns and colds, la grippe, asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, hemorrhage of Hhe lung, and the early stages of consumption, its timely -use always prevents the development of pneu monia. Sdjd under guarantee at W. j. wayes' drng store, 'Sue. and '$1.00. Trial bottle freo. President Roosevelt has signed a contract with The Outlook to aot as "fcn assistant editor after his retire ment from the Presideiiov in Marnh next. This is made subject to the existing contract to write the story 4 Vita A 4MM A. . t ni v uis A:ncau iraveis ior jnarieb Scribner's Sons. His work in con nection with The Outlook Is to cover political and economic topics. Kodoi contains the same di gestive juices that are found in an ordin:ry healthy stomach, and there is, therefore, no question but what auy form of stomach trouble. Indi cation or Nervous Dyspepsia, will yield re dily yet naturally to a short treatment of Kodol. Try it today on our guarantee. Take it for a little while, as ihat is all you will need to take. Kodol digests what ytu eat and makes the stomach sweet. It is sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. It's hard for a lasy man to be truthful, for be is happiesl when lying. tlow to Treat a Sprain". Sprains, swellings and lameness are promptly relieved by Chamber lain's linlraelat. This liniment re duces inflammation and sorenees so that a sprain may be cuied in about ontj third the time required by the usual treatment. 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. ' A man Would rather give himself away than be sold by a woman. Bruises, scratches, sores and barns that other things, have failed to cure will heal quiokly and com ptelely when you use DeWilt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. It Is e4Pecial!y good for piles. Sold by W. AHayesJOrnggiBt. The sure way to miss success is to miss the opportunity. CASTORiA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Tiio WomUifi's ; Home Companion lor , " November. The November Jobilee issue ot the Woman's Home Companion has a specia 1- interest, becaose it is the Seven Hundredth; Number of tbe oldest living r Woman's Magazine This issue of 88 pages illustrateoVby famous artists, contrasted witbnhe little flimsy 8 page issue of the same magazinewhich appeared in 187fs is a vividreminder of the great strides made in periodical publishing. That old issue, popular in its day, is a modest ancestor to the big, influen tial magazine of to-day. i' . . This November; issue, on which the publishers have spent special ef fort, becaose of its anniversary fea ture, contains 1n addition to its reg ular departments for women, two ai tioles of importance to nome dwellers and home renters, lhese articles, with facts and figure, show the advantage of owning a home. Jack London, who is going around the world for, "Woman's Home Companion in his ilitlle boat the Stearic, has in This November issoe an acoount of travel adventure, rich with the spice 6f the Sooth beas. A new novel by Florence Morse Kinsslev. entitled "The Glass House," begins in this issue. There are also stories by Alice Brown, Ju liet ilbor Tompkins, Mary Heaton Voree, and Mary Raymond Ship&ao Andrews. A special article on ':Eyes by Dr. Woods Hutchinson is in that physi cian's usual crisp style. In addition o "the usual bouse hofd departments, and the, enlarged fashion department, there are mafny novel suggestions for onristmas gift?) and some particularly timely advice regarding the' buying of furs How to Cube a Cold. Be as careful as you can you will occasionally, take, cold, and .when you do, get a medicine of known re- liab hty, one that has an established reputation and that is certain to ef feet a quick cure. Suob a medicine is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has gained a world wide reputation by its remarkable cures of this most common ailment, and can always be depended upon. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, ails.expec toration, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring tbe syitem to a neanny conauion. u a ring me many years in which it has been in general use we hare yet to learn of a single case of cold or attack of tbe grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used, which shows conclusively that it is a cer tain preventive of that dangerous disease. Chamberlain s Cough Kern edy contains no opium or other nar cotic and may be given as confident ly to a baby as to an adult. For sale by W. A, Hayes, Druggist. A rabbit doesn't consider his left hind foot lucky when It is caught in a trap. De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills Ve unequaled in oasee of weak back, back ache, inflammation of the bladder, rheumatic pains, and all urinary disorders. They are anti septic and aot promptly. Don't de lay, for delays are dangerous. Get De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. It is easy to prevent failure, all one has to do is to refrain from try ing. Coldb and Croup in Children "Mv little frirl is subiect Lo colds." says flirs. Wm. H. Serig, No 41 Fifth St., Wheeling, W. Va. "Last w later fhe had is severe spell and a terrible congh, but I cured her with Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy, with out the -aid of a doctor, and my, little boy has been prevented many tiroes from having the croup by the timely use of this syrup. This rem edy is for sale by VV. A. Hayes. Druggist. o- According to official figures the net addition to population in the United fetatps by immigration du ring tho last fiscal year was 209,000. o STORIA. Bears th of lira Kind You Have Always For IKMe Inflammation of the blad der, urinary troubles and backache' use DeWitt'o Kidney and. Bladder Pilld For 25c XL C. DeWITT at CO., Cbicaso, XQ. 6 a rrrr j? n a Trial Gen. Lee's lyijlass. Baltimore ; bun. - -Edward R.-Dellinger, f Wash ington county, ha a spyglasaahat once belonged to txeberal Robert E Lee. Gen, Lee lost it while cross ing -the Potomac 'at Wllliamsport with' his troops. It was . found shortly afterward,-with some other LKin0. in a ibbx floating down, the river. It is in rfifat-class conditio X . - -. at fe - - and Mr. Delhnger prizes it higniy. 5 ' How Is Ycur DiQEsndK ? U ' Mrs. Mary Dowling, of", No. 223 8lh "Ave., San Franctscb, recom mends a remedy for, stomaob trouble. She says : "Gratitude for the wonderf ul-effect of ElectrlosBit ters in a case of acute indigestion, prompts this Cestitnonial. ,J am fully oonvinoed that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market- to-day.!' This great' tohio "and alterative med icine invigorates the system, purifies the blood and" is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness. 50o. at "W.V. HayeaT drug store. . o- , ; - Bill Is that watch your father cave you ten years ago still doing good 'service. Jill Yeaf I pawned it again today for the 20th time. London Opinion. Mind Your; BcstftEsal you don't - nobody will.-, It Is your business to keep out of all tbe trouble ybucan and ycu cao and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble if you take Dr. King's Life Pills. They keep biliousnees, malaria and jaundice out of your system. 25o. at W. A. Hayes' drug store. i - r For all who know now the sweet noes of Thy love, .or the power 61 xuy salvation, we tDeseeon j.nee ip hoar us, Good Lord. M. Town send. . ' "' . : " ; f You" can cure dyapepsja,-indi gestion, sour or weak stoniaah, or in fact any foim of stomach trouble if you will take Kodol occasionally ; it w 1 ' ' ji..- jubu at uie ume wnen you neeu u. Kodol ddes not have to be taken all the time. Ordinarily yon only tateo Kodol now and then, because it completely digests all the food you eat, and alter a few days or a week or so, the stomaob can digest the food without the aid of Kodol. Then you don't need Kodol any longer. . Try it; today on our guar antee. We know what it iw ill do for you. Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. ? A man can think he is having the grandest time in the world doing something be would know anybody else was a fool for doing. Progressive Faimer.j Tberp is a splendid tobacco crop in North Carolina. Prices are high and the farmers are rushing'the to bacco into the markets with1 smites of joy on their faces. LEFT Oil DER DOORSTEP FOR THIS UOTIIEn Mrs. A. G. Tuson, of livermore, Cal.t writes: "I picked up from my ! door step one day a little book in which I soon became very much Interested. my mue gin or five years of age had been troubled for a long time . with, loss of appetite, extreme nervousness and undue fatigtfe. She was all. run down and in a very delicate condition. "This little book. was very compre hensively written, and told of the new method f extracting the medicinal ele ments of the cod's liver from tie oil, eliminating the obnoxiotts oil which ia bo hard for children to take. ' " 'Just the thing said I, 'for my little daughter and I immediately went for a bottle of Vinol. It helped her won derfully. She has gained rapidly in flesh and strength, and she does not take cold half so easily; .Y ,' "I am extremely grateful for the ood it has done her, and I hope other mothers who have weak. delfca.f or ailing children will be benefited by my experience and juatgive Vinol a trial' W A HAYES, Druggist, Hillsboro. Wood's seem suit r Seed Wheats I Oats. Rye and Barley. We are not only the largest deal-Q era m oeea uram in tne tioutn, but we sell the best, cleanest and heaviest qualities. Our stocks are secured from the best and largest yielding crops; and our warehouses are funy equipped with the best and most improved machinery for cleaning. If you want superior crops .:. Plant Wood's Prices quoted on : giying iuii jniormaiipnraDOUtailj Bcevus, uuweu see. T.V7. WOOD GSOtlSi Seedsmen, . Richmond. Va7( ONE fr6st? HAKE A. - - 13ut ilis a warning for cold times a coming. Waro Clothing, Underwear and Shoes will be necessary before, many days and he is a wise man who Is ready. If his advertisement dbea not con?ipceyou, ' - -: - - ' t that it'will pay yon to at least come and look ', . . ", . .- v" ' '- at ?Dur!'Une ol ' all .things necessary for your bodily comfort, it is a failure. Our lino 6i .:-'..-... --T- , . " 'v. , ' : ' - . -Ji . .; . : ' " V ". Underwear and Clbthi erg was bought when ' ' ' ' -1 ' the panio was at its worst. We bought1 m "' ... .-- ' . very large quantities and at prices f0tlyr 25 per cent cheaper than we have ever had thoQt ' Wea8kl that y dofgi ve your careful attention to our Fleeced-lined Underwear at prices ralng '- . 6. - . ' r rom 45 cents i to cents per garment,' 'ib lens, and 25 to Ofsehts in WotneSs. In Clothing we have a line of ,TaiIoriaade 'garments oi the season's latest fads, raadelfo particular people, - perleot in ' material and workmanship. . Fit and satisfaction .gqaran teed. More especially Ve wish to snow yon our line of $10.00 suits, belter Values then: fiicrst dealers are offering at $15 00. This is fact of "Which we can convince yon if you will give us a few moments of your time. They talk for themsIve3. Walk Orer Shoes need no introduction. We na?e tfaeia In many shapes la both Mens and womenB. Call to d&y and look over our Stock, - ' . -. ' v-:..-"- - ' -. .i -. .-' ' . - ' and come with the assurance that looking puts you under rib Obligations to boy. HZ W. & fi does not W to the wise to prepare O: WEBB; t ---- ;r - -?atriMiUai M 8. V aitor-n. ' ydnr school have any t iq Will fit them ,or the I 'wninj lha. Miss Wassar-Yes. ale uate from this insVitu.io?- anltiA.it.. a ,'-UQ !n I -Miuvuvjr on iairy iaies i SEEDS K3COS2 SEEDS SiicrW SPECIAL OPr U UN nnMt ; TMIh 7 aDlendEr. irfln18; TeitZ. io. please.--11- -per. kA MM tttmtmmm Li . i Ulla bU abont th. nl Plant n?..bl( i AI, .IU.J plHARLlSS SCARLETT, Attorn ey-at-L aw, Durham, t). C. Practices in the ConrVe e rx . AodOranm fVmntfoa ura .- - O w w V.V3 anxl JOHN, W. GRAHAM. PAUL cTaTT: Attorneys-at-LaW I Hillsboro. N. C. .... r : -'i Practice In the Udttntees ni a i - L . fjurham, Granville, Person mSSA g M. QATTIS, - A MORN'S Y- AT-La"W , Hillsboro, N. C. Practices in Statft'nnfi t??i i ' "4 Promptlittention to all business. sD W. GRAHAM, Attorney-at Law, " Oxford, N. tJ. Will Dractine in Mi p. Cnnvta n. ; 0 rv i, j ... 'au-c, . wouii, j uxiiHiu amy uranvilte, and in a SPURGEUK, Dentist. fi Hillsboro, N C. HOffice on Churton strpnt. site Maioi John W. Graham's law office. When you want a quick cure without ny loss of time, and one that is followed oy TioDaa results, use . . -v v Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It never fails and is pleasant to take. It is eauallv valuable for children. It is I Tkmous for its cures over a large part oi the civilized world. Sold by W. A. HAYES, Druggist. ! Tho CHARJLOTE O JB SERVER, THE LARGEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER IN NORTH CAROLINA. teydry Day in the Yeai'i $8.60 a Year. ..1b Observer consists of 10 to 12 pages daily and 20 to 32 pages Sunday. It handles more news matter, local, State National aoa foreign than any other North Caro lina newspaper. 4. TRE SUNDAY OBSERVER is onezcelled as a. news medium, and is also filled with excellent mat ter of a miscellaneous nature. THE SEMI-WEEKL Y OB- , V SERVER Fisued Tuesdays and Fridays, at 81.00 per year, is the largest paper for the money in this section, Consists Of 8 to lfr pages, iod printQ all the news of the week local, State, National and foreign. Address TtiE OBSEBYEB CO., Ohairlotrte. IV. O- jSubscribe for the Oba noTJNTf Orsjerver. Only Sl f" SOW by W. A. HAYES, Druggist. fer annum, 6 montbs50 cents.