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,rK COUNTY .O-BSKUVKJl. ijiSi7Ay. Nov 10. 1003. Offi''' opens at 8;00'a. au Clo6(i8 jlail goin.t Eat cto&tR 10:15 i and 4:- lK m'' " Mai' g' g VVcst closes' 10 15 and f:30 p. m. ' - " Mney Order. baoka'vcJoBe a V 7:30; Charles g. Kosemonj, P, M.r ave yimr- oriie?V .ith.Rosci mii(i lur Tijarikiving OyMers auj Celery. " 1 Speak ell it eTe.iomrlf.ya.'t crpak oi ibeni at all uoLe gl ts ar 80 very iobd. P,ea88nt, sure, eay,.;sate litlltj Uver VUif, are DeWiua Littlo .jfiariy Hi'is. So d 'y:v W. A. Hjyes.Dr'ufSgist.:, - . ' N' Kw Rai8inVjCrrant80itjon; .jjuif, Florida Oranges,'. Grape ifruu, Ctat.berne, UeitT, ana everyiUiui; iUeeded to make a good Thanksgiv ,ng Diiii'er, at llosemood s. Colnfl aril Mrs -.Bennehsii (jameroii and daughters, .. Misseu Belle and SalPe, spent Sunday at Hillsboro wi h Colonel Cameroon gister, Mrs Ge or je R Collins. Hev H. S Bradtbaw, I wtot, was too unwell to "Occupy his paljiii in the Pesly'erian Chart h last Sunday. The Observer is glad to lQarn that he will soon be well. , -.Qjr subscribers wbp are doe of. 'an sobscriLtion and ipromisd 1 1 Dav ns with wood, will please bring along tre wood we neeav it and they will do us a favor if they will bring in the wood at once, ) r Mre, Jennie Di ;OvV who has 'been spending few days at her old home near to?n, lett last week for Dorbaro to visit her nephew, Mr. Henry E Murphy, before she re torn to her home at Charlotte, --Dr. W, H. WakefieU, Char lotts, will le in HiMfboro aV- tbi V)orbin1on Inn, on -Wednesday, November 25th, one dav only. His uracti'-e i" iioiited to diseases of Kye, Ear, Nose and .Throat aod Fit ling Glasses. - The County F'nrjrcQ. Commit lee, Messrs. W. M Jot c, ot Hills Voro township ; V. M , Sj rod, of En" township, and J. L Cheek, of Bingham township is in sepMon this week jbxaminirig. t he ' books of the county officers mid making out a finaciai report t ihdi r epts and d siM.rsernenis of ihe courtly tor the year ending .October 1, 1908 "Ambitious youn2Vne.n ""and la rie should lea ;n vetesrsphy .- for, since the new 8 hour', law became tffeuiive there is a shortage of many ibousand telegrHphers Posilins p3y from S50 to B70 er nnth for beginners. The N atioual .Teltrg'apb Institute of Coiucnbia, S 0., and five other cities is opeiated under super vision ot IX, R. Officials and al; stu dfjus are placed when qualified. Write them far i aiticulars." rWe arp hang stiine very cold weather, aud it is a ocmmon occur- Tence for the thermometer to fall buiow thirty durinj: th tiight We baeofien heard that rahb ta fatten on frost.v It thi is true 'bre'r rabb.t" is bating the time of his lite. and we eerve notice on him that be had belter be careful how be travels around as 'Thanksgiving 'Day-' will Boon be here, an 1 boVs and men itb guns and dg 'will be giving una a race for h:s life. Mayor Irauk Kash has been on the sick lht for several days, and On, this account he was prevented iroon attending the meeting cfl the North Carolina Society of the Son - of the lietolution held at' Raleigh, Mon day, at which time he was to de liver the preeentatifn address, the occasiou being the presentation to the Slale ot North Carolina oi a handsome portrait -of Governor Al exander Martin, painted by Mr, A,f Edmonds, an eminent New York 9 jrlsst. The address was written t y - iur. JNash and read by Mr, De Lancey H y wood, Secretary of the Boiitty, and the portrait was . ao- "pted on behalf of the State by , Hon. J Brvan Grini Spretarv of Tribute ot Respect V A t its lat wpet inar the Goneral George Briswyn Anderson -ChVt if r. of ..the United Daughters of the Confederacy lnd spread tlro'h -otl minutes the following tiibute of re speot: . . ? ' ' , i? -- Resolved, That the Gpneral (veorge Bn'crwn: rAnHerson Cl ap tor;nf ; hp IT n td .Dang h t ers f ibe Con federacy - plee on record ,hB tevtiinonml of aspect, for thdmp . o"y of he? Veteran soldier. ,vMajor Danipl Fleyva-d Hamilton, who an fwered the last earthly . rhll rail on rfnday. September IV 1908 He served in the army of the Cbnfed eraoy for four arduous, heroic years, and won distinction by . his courage and pai riot inm. He wan also - a , Sod5r of the Cropl and served hif O real Com mander wl'h eminentdelUy. His loss is'foH' in the Chnrch he loved, in the community in vhich he lived, in the businer world, and by our Chaptev of which he evtr was ihe trust rd adviser: the wise. k n nnd helpful coadjutor. o gned.: , Rev. S. P. Watters, . . , :s Chaplain, Miss Rebecca' Cameeon-. President and'lleoording Secy. Official Vote 1 9th Senn foriul District. As required by "law the lollowing o.a.vivd gentltmeii, James A. Hq. die, of Caswell conn vy : J Cook.i oi i iainanoe county ; S. C, lint w ley, of Dot ham county, and K D Webb I Ui ange jcu ty, Chair men " of the County Boards fvElectiun of tht ountjes com fusing ; the 19. h Sena-- .rial Distrni. n et in the Cle k' ,' on Thudav. We ray 7t5 cents per borshel for new corn. Bringj a load and get Winter Dress tioods, bhoes, &e. West End Grocery Co . The p'aoe' to' buv Overalls and Shut-. ' ; ' . ; For the Observer. To the Tax-Pa vera of Hiilshoio Township Greeting t . ' The bond holders have got a mortgage on every peTons property in 4l-e township for 156 000, interest and deb .The money for the first and second issue is nearly exhaust ed afid the township has two miles 6f road built. While Durham and Alamance counties lire havingJtheir road built forr $3,500 ; per mile by contract, they wont build by con tract here;. Neither will ihey boild a road ' where the people want a road. Nine persons out o! ten thai come the Oaks road, leave the old mad at the mile spring and come across the mountain by the factory Now what is tie bseVid .spending money to 1 utld a road; that nobody don't need, and where the Surveyor a.d that it could-n t be bmlt with out spending extra . monev ? : Now what is the remedy r 1 - fay pen- ' ... - m i i iion ine,i((pei'a.ure to repeal me act aud isstie no more bonds Fi fly mx thousand dollars is : too much raw ey to pay to build.. a road from the Strudwick house to ihe mile spring . Xhey at ex throwing- away m o n e y t hes snort days tto u n d er i n g af'out in the ' mud. ll : wul never benet anybodvi: Ihae-said a l I ai soir aoay 5 It is now npft the tax-payers to' say will they sign the petition ? . - .-. t ; TAX PAYER. o'JficwV at Hillsbor N 2278 21T7; 2137. ovemrer 12, for the purpose ol comparing the vute cast tor" Se'n'a- Loik in ihe laie'election. Below we gt the tfficial. figures : A airvance CQiiuty. : James S, Manning: Dmftcrat 2228 ; J L Sct.tt, Jr.. .Detisoirrat, W. L rhomasRe, tthPcan, T. B. Tally, Republican Caswell C unty. y M Minn ng: 80S ;-Scott. 870 : Thom a, 358; Tally , 338 Dorharn County,. Mannbcr, . 2006 s Scot. 2025: Thomas 1702 ; ?ally,.1700 - Orange Coanty. Manning, if04 : Scott. 1104 : Thomas. 1026 : Tall v. 1026. ., j - i Totals : ' Manning. 6203. S.jott, 6277. Thomas, f203. -Talley, 5201. Ma fining's majority oer Tally. SoottV majority over Thomas, 1076. . " - l . - ' Brunswick Stew. There ir ill be a Brunswick Stew served at the Masonic Lodge by, the VVoman's Aid vand Missionary Soci ety of the Pcfisby tefian Church Fri day, November 20, at 6 p.m. - The price w ill be SO cents for a slew, bread and cup of coffee. Pubiio cordially invited. 10 yards Androscoggin Bleach- mg ir $1 yyv: or nvo dozen eggs. Take alwalk and save 25 cents West End U rock by Co. Unclaimed Letters Remaining in the post-office at Hillsboro, November 14, 1908 : v AbernathyiMrs. Hattie. , Farrell, Frank. Martin, J. T. Panter, Miss Cardilic. Stinson, Leslie. Pei sens calling for above letter?, will please say ".advertised." CUA3LES G. ROSEMOND, I. M. 1 T . t: We are -FeinDebetter shoes lor 'ess money ,thao wo- po!d -last tall, Why doriVyou briug a tewof thoEe hlr-grcwn roosters the ones jasi beginning fo crow and get" a lew pair of winter edioes - ' West End Grocery Co , The place to sell Pullets . A Pleusin ff I n-ci lien t. Captain GeorVe N. Waitt Remem beted by Formvr Associates. Fnin Salisbury Pa er . Caiitain. George" Wait, who u:e irom i oiio;k. v a ; to aa'isi hury recently to take change as ia-'P-ifgenj, ofthe Southern's new 1 a-ieigpj station, ;as the reripioit thin.. mf-Tntng. f a beautiful gl watch ; and chain b ouihtl to . hm from N ot folk I by a rom mitt pe se- Ufceted by;19H of, his former rai'r jn avsimte-s The presentation was entirely informal but Captain Wa tt aa flat ni ally deeply moved by this n?anifestati n of affection. vAccorn, paayig the gift was a memoranda handromely bounds eonta'ring 4be names of thnce who contribnted to the token of ihis aftVcttonateVilnte toCaptain Wailt's worth,, which has already nen recognized by'Saha bu nans f Is, real : -.'" , ; - E'eexped'Sir : - ' - Your;, 'fellow-empldees of the S o u t h e ii ; B aj I w a y - o f t h e N o r f d k divisiowwhile rejoicing in your be infj railed, to a more pant psi-tit-nrihantbat :f. . conductor, which yoa - hae filled With- bonor and credit trtyoursblf for so many years have fet-liigs' f s'neere regret trslt the.ch'ahge means the e erance'or" those relations which bae" grown stronger andt more cordal as the years - f.assed vby. . Dt-siring ti pk press to you in some material ay our since're af prc'ati'on of your bni form courtesy and -kindness of, the many words of cheer given to the moral and religious tin hs you hate inculcated both by your . Christian lining and the spoken words of ad- : vice, we' ask; y o n to accfe pt at our hands fhis Watch . and chain as a token of our -love and esieem, and when yoo ioolc at. its face you wi 1 be reminded thai.ti me flies, that yj a may nof again be "permitted 'to meet with us here on earth, but yu can like ourselves, look lorard to a joyous -meeting in the Grea Be-yondAshre'-there will be no ties to sever a rr where f an ing'is unknown Theneed you la ef 'sown in yohr Master's cauje whde hwre will cer ta n 1 y bear fruit lt" '" is our hope that you may be 1'ong spared to work in His vineyard, in your new field of labor.. . B SUMMER, JOHN T. GARNER, JOHN DUFF; f v CoramiUee '. We publish the above so that the many friends of Captain Waitt at Hillsboro and in-this community may ee tfe hgh rpjgard a'tid esteem in which he is held by those who know bm 'bet.' The Observer is al way gl s d t o 3iMar Lof anything goodhnhat comes Jo Captain VVaitt Editor Orange County Ubeerver. X - r, -a.:hJ'. if 3 i:ilillilii:ililllii:iliiiUiniliiitniin''M'iiii-,'!iiiiiitii'i:ii'iiiir;Mii-i!ii:ii'm)iimi. AVgetable PrepatalicHfor As similating Ihelood and&gula LgihStoihachs artBowels of PromolePigcstion,Cheerfur ness andRcst.Conlains neilher Opium,Morphine norliiieraL Ttor Narcotic. Japc afOUJ)rSAMUELP!TCHER . Htmfikut Seat " Mx-Sawa. : ' faketu&det- jbuseSetd. : Aperfecf Remedy forConstipa Tion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions ,Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. ' Fac Simile Signature of -fEW YORK. Srm oKf f I if 1 m EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. aflSlH For Infants and Children. ' The Ifind W Haw Always Bought Bears the Signatari of For Ove Thirty Year 1 rr . -TC 0CNTAUR OOMPANV. NEW YOBK CITY. 1 si FALL AND WINTER W1l soon be here and we are opening up the handsomest and cheapest litie of . . . v' " LADIES J3JEW GOODS 0 Watched Fifteen Years. "For fifteen '-years 1 have watched the welkin of Buaklen's Arnica Salve, Hndv?l has ne erf ailed to cure anv sore. boi. nicer or burn to which it -was appltfd. It has t a e us mauv a doctor bil," says A F. Hardy, of Eat Wilton, Maine.; 25c. at Wi A, Hayes' drug store, :TlH?8e 4f6i curious : times. We w.ould rather have a bushel of good wheat for t pair of dollar shces, than have your silver -dollar. for suroe 1 air. Try us .. West End Grocery Co , The place to buy UnHerwear. The stores in Hillsboro and all place? oi business, generally, will be c osed on Thursday, xsovemoer -40 Thankso-ivincr Dav. and no1iueinet?s will be attended to in Hillsboro on that day. The Bank of Orange will be closed, and the postofBw-e will ob serve Sunday hours. G RA"N D; EXCU RSION TO RICHMOND, VVa y . NdvEM B er 25th. . " - r On- accounCol th Tnauksgi ving Game between .the Universities of I North Carolina and- Virginia, the 9 " Aida Tncandescei.t Mantle toother h Railway will operate a I.amn" is tha Rest nd "Ch'eaDe6t h'Pfts train to leave Charlotte at Light in the world It burns kero- '7 4.p.--N6vottb-r 25th, arriving sene ' oir at coat of I cent for 6 a' K cn,1,',,ld 1,1)0,11 b 0U a- No- hours. Easy to light and no p&rts to eel out of order. It is a corn iTT-SOUSETTE, BATISTE, EPINGUNE IK BLACK, WHITfi BROWN AND BLUE, MOHAIRS. PANAMAS A NIX DAN IS' CLOTH tbat.we have ever bad. , Our prices on these goods "are right anv yon will buy" them if you once see themr We carry always fine stock of HILLSBORO SUI TINGS TJies j-g -ods are unurpassed-in quality, style anji price. If vou ueed 'a neaf cheap dress buy these goods. . y - Our line of SHOES are larger and pricrs lower 1 1 an ever. ' "We sti fell the FAMOUS BATTLE AX and KEITH'S KONQUEROR Men', Lajie Boys' and Misses Shoes. If you ouce wear a pair ol these shoa yon will call again. . ' We keep a large stock r.f HARDWARE of every description Tr) our HEET IRON ROOFING You wilt b- pleased titb it ' V - Remember that we keep a full and eomplete line of FRESH GROCJl RIES in Fan oy and Heavy Goods. 'We handle nothinu but the best an sell them as cheap 8s the cheapest. Call and see us. . -Your friends, . " . . JLXja jH. A M-PARlSfiL I? A IS plete sibstitute for gas and eUctric lignt tor the home, country or city, and is a rap.d seller s Yon can -ave the price ot a lamp in a lew months. M r. J oh n BKirklahd H .11 kboro, N C , es the r Sole Agent for Orange County. Mr lvirkland will canvass eVnber 26ih, 1908 returning leive liichmond midnight same date. Train to consist ot firet-clasa dav toa hes and Pullman cars. v Tickets to be sold at points en branch Jities to connect at junction pointarr fFollowlng -roiind trip rate from -Hillsboro S3 00- : : Fo r de t a 1 1 edjin for m a tion pee large I FOUTZ'S CELEBRATED OSE AD WTTLE P3WMS. : a au mmhwi or uinb nns mma USE FOUTZ'Si CELEBRATED CATTLLE . POWDER HOUSE if results are what is wanted, and not a lot of stul tor the money: Yon". can easily demonstrate thb irticle to be superior , to anV Stock med cine, on rim m 1 T" o h'ni' rr?if til 'C y e:VA t has been Pre, Powder." Beware of im - the county for this wonderful lamp. flye,s lL?PTy0aSeuli iv. . jj. y xu tv wxm , Yon can vote for who yon please J but w hen yon have any ' imbbint, bantam eggs, red pepper or rabbit skins, come to see us. West Ed Grocery Co., Travelings Passenger Agent. O1 euiiiuMii and uc know leu tieu "The Standard Condition Powder." itat.ions and insist 011 having the Genuine Foutz's Go ;ds All articles of oi., manulaoturer and the Geuuins goods bear U. b. Serial Ho. 217 Price, - ; 25cper pkg. " . . . -.!. - FoufSi's Superior Poultry F00J, : 25c per pkg. I5 " '': r .-..". .'otitS Perfect Lice Powder, S5(rper pkgi ;T ' Foulz Certain VVorm Powiler, ' &0e per pkg. , , f-. Foutz's Certain Koiik Cure, ' o0c per 'bottle." ' 'V.;.-- , Foutz's Healing Powder, - 25 per pkg. , t.r:5 For sale by dealers everywhere. At Hillsboro, X. C , W A. HAYES. Agent The David E. FoutzCo., Mauufactureis, Ualtimore, Md. Annual Election of Officers'. The General George ;V:Burgwyn Aodersou Chapter, No 335, of the United Daughters ot the Confed efacy al its annual meeting elected lh following officers for 1908 : 1 resident Miss Rebecca Cam eron. ' . " irst Vice-President Miss Sarah F-Webb .j . Second Vice President Miss Re beeca ILll. C . ueenrding Secretary Miss Re Da Cameron " :;;"v " ' Moore Caraeron. v '.easmer Mies Henrietta; Page dorian -Miss Margaret Nor egislrar -Mrs. S P. Watters. ailain-RQv,S. P. Watters. iot bersh'P 25, wilh 9 non resi Rebecca Cameron t- Recarding Secretary." hillsboro, N. C.,'Nov. 10, 1908. INDIGESTION? 9 1 DYSPEPSIA FIJlTlilFMhY ' : w Km urn m w ; FOR SPEEDYRELIEF THE GENUINE - HAS THE mtj - ; RED 7L ON THE FRONT OF EACH PACKAGE AND THE SIGNATURE AND SEAL OF J. H. ZEItlN & CO., ON THE SIDE, ' Kennedy's .Laxative "Cough Syrup rrot only heals irritation and adays inflammation, thereby stop' The place o buy good Molasses P,nS th,e cough, but it moves the and Turi.entine. - uowtis geuuyanu iu .:-.hi way drives trie cold iromA me system: -Mr. James A Cheek left here Contains no:opiates. It is pleasant Monday for Chase City; -Va , to to take,, and "children esppoially. like like maple A. Hay!e?f t speud-a few days for bis health. -..." ".- Uttv account of toe very..' in clement weather, ihe business- sen sion of the Quarterly Conference held at Cedar Grove on Saturday, November 14, adjonrned to meet in the Methodist ChurchV'atvHillsboioy the taste, so .inearly sugar, ,Sofd." by ; W.. DjUggijjt..-'-".. ;,.-' V." Mr. X . Taylor & Sister have thw largest, best and prettiest STOCK; OF MILLINERY they ni.fl. i,o o on Thursday, Nov. 27, at: 12 o'clock, V tui rnT i M- .v ... ... ... !. Intaints and. Ulnldrens Uioaks aud m. in oi 1 ue oiuciai 'iimmuers 01 c rr . ii . , . Tf n a , nutj-iiuu5 01 Xifcjpnyr. oi me the HllU-. --if :.. - A 1 YOU UP TO DATE ? M you are not the NEWS and OBSERVER is. Subscribe for it at once and it will keep you abreast of the times. - Full Associated Press dispatches; All ihe ne ws Fondgn, National Mate aud Local all ..the time. Ddily "NEWS and OBSERVER $7.00 per .y ear, 3 50 for 6 months the different churches 011 boro Circuit are req uested to attend this impor tant meeting. o & 4j? is,; Bears the Tba You Havo Always Sought Signature Of M ORTGAOE AL-i OF . MILL ' A NT); L V K &y :': . ; : ; By. virtue ot'apowef'ot s.ili- in a trust dod i x uteHo rr e on j?cntfi!r-,or .'t-fl. 1007. l-.v 1 'i' lii e, and rbt-oi ,le4- i;i ".dorrjrare : Book-' o, pae ."4J7 ; ottiic Oi-!n.un A'-omitv l?fci.-try. I will 911 Monday. Decern! ; 7." U;05, at 1 p. m., and at the court house tor in Li is- : bo 10, sell lo the luhoftLkl hr v.t im1- ' lie n lift Ln, a tr.u;t t hi ml i'i.r.in v CoiiRty on . Biick' Creek, bt:.moil on tliejiortii liy baid ot LeuxuC'Viice, on the east 'v J:m MrAdam, -on the souin by H A Modgf , ;iuirnn M".west by " Lemu 1 Hiro con-t;iitii;i '4.'lr.f- . Fivti Airts, more 01 loss.-, iiiv-u.litir Hie" th li and nil n.ill -rlijlits," nl iixttM-e. . and beinr known a.s the ...foliii Iv, Hughes lUill l;!c. 'ruUi is unu;. to -SKtirffy cTebl aeeured iu nhl dri'd nt: trust, and tost. T. rms T!i-h. - " f This Novomher 2nd. '1908 : i : , FRAKK AtasU, Trustee. P:ns,'H&c, ; They are cons' aotly add ing to their already large stook ol M lljnery, and they extend a ctr-. d al; 1 n v i 1 a it 0H to I ho public to cal I and : tee their goods and get their pricei.. : -'-"::v:i'Xy "The place w h ere 1 ow prices and a square deaf' 'go mirfd in haiK. 's- ;;WifisT End GuorEfiY Co., . . The place to sefl Dried Fi uit. ' - Weekly NORTH OAROL1N IAN, Sl.00 per ear, 50 cents lor 6 months. Address ;, r- .... NEWS & OBSERVER, . ' - Raleigh, NC " Tlo iXuxrJianm Recorder job o JF 1? i tr Jtii Everything in, j.the Printing UX Executed .Promptly . and Neatly, LETTER HEADS, ' - : CARDS, POSTERS;"-.--'" ENVELOPES, BILL HEADh WEDDINGIltVITATIONS, Eta Any order lrft at the 'offiV." of Phe Osanoe Countt Observb will receive prompt atterticn S (E E & S nrHi- sucKDee-s -run i Lite. JNortnem tirowt v. artTiina pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years ol it Ablie- " successful seed growing behind them. It pays to kJA4fc 60 YEARS" K . EXPERIENCE .The Wtstetu N01 th .. . . . - plant the best. ville mis weelft .WltU felBQOp Jau.es. Seasonable Specialties: Atkins presiding. The lossi caused by the -recent d iods of vhe Cape Fear inlGomber land spouatv, -AN ' C . has been offi J ciafiy aimout ce 1 to be $125,800. Bears tio Signature . fJP 7 - Wif UOZ6U- BEANS Earliest Red Valentine . - . J3.50 Bushel Refugee Extra Early . . 3.25 Bushel New Stringless Green Pod . $3.70 Bushel . WardweU's Imp. Kidney Wax $4.50 Bushel Davis New White Wax ., . I4.75 Bushel -Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . $50 Bushe'. Extra Early Alaska . . . $3.50 Bushel New Early Gratfus ... . J5.50 Bushel - . Horsford's Market Garden $3.50 Bushel uucKDee s x.igntning Express isxw Bushel : - 0 Jrads Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. 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