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3 RANG K COUNTY OBSERVER II I L LSBO.-RQ U.CHI, N. C- I'll URSDAY, - - -- - Dec. 3, 1903. Published Every Thursday. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Publisher and Owner. : Commissioner of Ag-riouliure Wil liam A. Graham, at the reqaest of "the Association of Commissioners oi the Southern States, estimates from reports made to hi an that this year's -North Carolina cotton crop will make 600,000 bales, a decrease ot 16 per cent, from last year's crop -This year's acreage is larger thao last year. The inauguration ol Hon. W. W. ICilchin as Governor pt North' Car olina, will take place on Tuesday, jtrj-isai. Tnw oate has beeo fixed upon by Governor Glenn and Governor-Elect Kttchin. The Legis i . ,i i y . jiure win dq in session ana ar rangements will be made for a sreat day in Raleigh at that time, for there will be a large crowd of visi itors to the city on that occasion. Marked For Death. 7 "Three years ago I was marked tor death. A graveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help me, and hope bad fled, when my husband got T)rt King's JNetv Discovery," says Mrs. A. C. Williauis.iiof bac,! Ky. "The first dso helped me and improvement kept on until I had gained 58 pounds in weight! and my health was fully restored." Thia medicine holds the world's healing record for -coughs and cclda and lunsr and throat diseases It prevents pneu raonia. Sold under guarantee at W. A. Hayes' drugstore. 50 a. and .$1.00. "Trial bottle free. The bigdeal between theiAmeri cau Tobacco Company and the Bur ley Tr.bacc-i Society, for the 1906 and partof the 1907 crops of to bacco which has been hanging fire lor several weeks fwas closed last month. The prioe agreed on in the transaction, said to be the largest ot its kind ever put through, is an average'oiOfl 2fcents"foritheN1906 crop and 17 cents perjpouud for the 1907 product. The deal involves nearly 80 000,000 pounds of tobacoo heid in the pool by the Burley To bacco Society and an outlay ol homethiugJrfceJ14,000,000von th part of the American Tobacco Com pany. It is hoped that this deal will put theniiht riders out of busi ness in Kentucky. Kodoltor Dyspepsia, indiges tion, weak stomach, sour stomach, gas on the stomach, etc, is a com bination of the natural digestive juices foond in a healthy fctomacb with necessary vegetable acids, and is the only thing known todav that will completely digest ) all kinds of lood under any cooditioa. It is guaranteed to give prompt relief trom any form ot stomach trouble. Take Kodol and be convinced It will cure your dyspepsia. Sold by W. A. Haves, Druggist. Fitly million dollars is the aggre gate appropriation recommended by Brigadier General William L Mar Khali, Chief of Engineers of the Uni ted Stales Army, for work on rivers and harbors and fortifications dariug tli co ting fiscil year, in his annual report transmitted to the Secretary of War. J It Is a Wonder. Chamberlain's Liniment is one of the most remarkable preparations yet produced tor the relief of rheu matic pains, and , tor lama back, pra?n& and bruises. The quick re lief from pain-which it affords in case ot rheumatism is alone worth mauy times its cost. Price, 25 cents ; largo size 50 cents. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Don't tail to learn the lesson that heaven helps; those who help them selves. , DeWitt's C.ubolized Witch Hazel Balye has many imitators. There is one origiral, and the name DdWitt is 00 every box. Best SaUu for burns, scratches and hurt-. It is especially good for piles Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. About the meanest trick the aver age girl cau play a man is to be his eistar. For Infants and Children. :2 Kind Ycu Have Always Bough1 Bears the. Signature of fWonnn - C11 The Christinas Namber of Wo man's Home Companion is one of the most beautilul of ihe holiday magazines. JU8y cover is in oiuo u gold -depicting the Madonna and. Child. There -is. a' beautiful painting in color, by James Montgomery F'la'as. orxupyiiig a full page. An other delightful and unique feature contists of - t wo , big pageadf ol d- fashioned Christn-aa Carols, witn decoiatiouB by Ernest Haskell. For the Chriatroas Woman's Hume Companion, Edwin Markham has written a most -beautiful poem, 'Before the Gospels wero" it tells the story of the gathering ot the materials for the gospels by the disciples after Christ's ascension. "Before the Gospels Were" is greater than-"The Man With the Hoe." It is, perhaps, the greatest poem ot.the generation. Tt is seldom that a magazine even a Christmas magazine offers storiesby such an array. of great mniora aa VP ill be found in the De cember Companion Josephine Das kam Bacon, Anna Katharine Green, M.rv Wilkina Freeman. Florence Morse Kingsiey, Juliet WilboT Tomnktns. Above ail else, the woman reader- will find here a magazine of. Uhnst mas helps ihandFeds of suggestions for the making I attracuve ana unique gifts ; ideas Jor the table ; for maKing ueilClOUS cauuies ; now uca wear : embroidery : fa&hions an al most bewildering array of praoHcal Christjcas suggestions . . o - ) Good Cough Medicine for Chil- : DREN. - The season for coughs and colds is now at hand and loo much oare cannot be ued to protect the chil dren. A child is much more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold. The auioker vou cure his cold the less the risk. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the sole reliance of many mothers, and lew ol those who have tried it are willing to use any other. Mm. F F. Starcher, of Ripley, W. Va., says : 4,I have never used any thing other than Chamberlain's Cough -Remedy for my children and it has always given good satistac tion. This remedy contains no opium or other narootic and may be given as confidently to a child as to an adult, lor sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Secretary Coitelyou has made public announcement that he will receive bids np to the close of busi ness on December 5lh for 830,000, 000 Panama Canal Bonds or any part thereof to bear 2 per cent in terest. The bonds will be dated November 1, 1908, thus making this a new issue, and interest will begin as of that date. The bonds, by the terms of the law authorizing their issue, will be redeemable in gold ten years from their date and payable iu thirty years. As an evidence ot good faith the . Secretary requires each bid to be-accompanied by a certified cheik payable o the Secre tary ot the Treasury , for two .r cent of the amount of the bi-'e Every case of backache, weak back, bladder inflammation and rheumatic pains is dangerous if neg lected, for such lioables are nearly always due to weak kidneys Take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. They are antiseptic and soothe pain quickly. Insist npon DeWitt's Kidney and" Bladder Pills. Regular size 50o. Sold by W. A Hayes, Druggist; ' o ! He who carries hate in his heart bears trouble in his arms. A Dangerous Operation . is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No oue who takes "Dr. King's New Life Pills is ever sub jeoled to this frightful ordeal. They work so quietly you don 1 feel them. They cure constipation, headache, biliousness and malaria. 25o. at W. A. Hayes' drug store. ... ' "' ' Alter all it is never so bad but what it might have been worse. . -0-- o ifib-gs.jsa? -set s a . .7. Bears tit J? Kintl Ycu Havs Always Bought Inflammation of tiie blad der, urinary troubles and backache use DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills A'Wee Trial For 25c s X&. C. DeWITT Sc CO., CHicaso, IU, Sdd by W. A. HAYES, Dru. gis! I Macon Telegraph" 7 OotT6f 2,500 boy who sinoke-cigi arettes an expert authority claims hat only six are y- bngnt. 1 roi William MoKeever, of the Kanas Aericultural iJepartuient, nas iaou la ed reportved on personal in vestigation pt the condition of 2,500 cigarette-iig , schoolboys, and in describing tbemtft8 ebauled BQch adjecli "es7 as : "sal lq w ," "so re- eyed," "pauy," "squawky voiced," Bickly," i6hbrt-winded" and '4,ex- tremely nervoua. ' Cigarette smok ing boys and .students, .Prdf 'Mc- Keever. ionnd. s offered lrom 8 re throat, weak eyes, pain 'in., the chest, short wind, stomarh trouble and pain in the heart- The enect on meutal activity wae marked, '-'several very youthful smokers were nearly imbeciles, and out ot nearly 2,500 examined only six: were marked 4nght- sludeuts, " ten 7 were average and the rest were poor or worthless This-Is Worth Reading. lieo F. Zelibski,'of 63 Gibson St ,: Buffalo, Y.,' says :I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had, with Bucklen's Ainica; Salve. I ap p'ied this salve enpe a day for iwo dayi, when every trace? ot the sore was gone-- Hea's; all "sores Sold under guarantee . at W. A. Hayes' drugstore, 25c. .-. : O " Don't engage in blackening the! characters of others if you would re tain the parity of your own. o Beware op Frequent Colds. A succession or coias or;-a-pro tr acted cold is almost! certain to end In chronio catarrh, frota which few r-erscn ever wnouy recover, wice every cold the attention it deserves and you may avoid this disagreeable disease. How ran you cure a cold ? Why not try .Chamberlain's Cough Remedy r It is - highly reoom. mended Mrs. M White, of But ler, Teon,, says ; "Several years ago I was bothered with my throat and lungs. Someone told me of Cham- bei Iain's Cough Remedy... I began using it and it relieved Ome: at once. Now my throat and lungs are sound and wetl." rot sale by VY. A. Hayes, Druggist. .' O - , i come men are like postage! stamps ; they lose their value when they get stuck on themselves . o : Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup stops the cough., by allaying j mnammation ot thef throat and lungs, and it drives tho7 cold from the ..system by: gently- moving the bowels. Children bke it for it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar. Sold ... by 7W,j A. Hayes, urnggist. -v :: : . O - - -. Greenville Reflector. They are talking a plenty about returning prosperity, but we had rather see it 'thaa oi hear" of its coming.' j We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give sat isfaction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it. We ask all those ; who are run-down, nervolis, debili tated, aged or weak, and every person suffering from stubborn colds; ha&gmg-on coughs, bronchitis or incipi ent consumption to try Vinol with this understanding. - . . ' . W A HAY ES, Druggist, jliijisboro. We are not onlv the larceat VlealtfTX era in ejeea urain in me-C3au,f,ti, Dut we sel 1 the best, " cleanest and heaviest qualities. Our stocksare secured from the best and largest yielding crops, and our warehouses ; are fully equipped with -the best and most improved machinery for cleaning. If you want superior crops Plant Wood's Seeds. Prices quoted on request r Descriptive Fall v Catalogue giviug ion lniormaxion aDOui seeds, mailed free. ; . .; t. 17. wood & sons Seedsmen, - Richmond. ...I,.; .-.i.c-: p Woods (ieds. (7 Seed Wjieat, ' " j If Oats, Rye and Barley- 11 11 m . m , '. . if Va. fC ONE !FROST . MAKE A TBut it is 'a warning Ho the wiee" to prepare for cold times a comiog. Warm Clothing, ' . ; v " -" Underwear nd Shoes will be necessary before - - ,- . ; . '. : -'. '., "v v'-C' '"' - many days and lie is a wise man tvho is ready. "If this advertisemeni does not convince yen, that it -will pay you to at least come and look at -our ;line of till things necessary for your . ' v : 7 ' -7..-" bodily comfort, it ta a failure. Our lino of Underwear and Clothing was bought when the panic was at its worst.' We bought in very large quantities and at prioes fully 25 per cent cheaper than we have ever had tbem. 7 . ' 7 f :- ;. - i ' .7 . - We ask that you give your careful attention to our Fleeced lined Underwear at prices ranging .. .. . ..; . - . . .;. f ' v ... . " from 45 cents to 75 cents per garment, in Men?, and 25 to 50 cents in Womens.' : In 'Clothing we have - garments of the season's latest fa'ds, made for particular people, workmanship. Fit teed. More especially we wish to show you our line of $10.00 most dealers are oiFering at $15 00. I'his is a fact ot which we cao give us a few moments of y oar time. They talk for themselves. Walk Over Shoes need . no introduction. We have them In many shapes in both Mens and womens. Call to day and look over our Stock and come with the assurance that lookiog puts you under no obligations to buy. W. & DO E S NOT WINTER, a line of Tailor-made perfect in material and and satisfaction guaran suits, better values than convince you if yon will N... J. G. WEBB, ro'bMoueis ot Nn n n ." U cemb.r 15t,,3V.hXe:onJ tant ua ters i'i iui ant n a ters nill Vi m "lu.JI F.oYNcKbn;, ?hV!f: 0V( J A7DavidHt1 V J u !l,VW J " - "nation thk tU toeotw oollAcUon PJId packing wdrwi' I Attounuy-at-Law, uuruam, u. c. viumica, CxKAIIAM. .""pauTcTq: AttOrn ys-at-Law fliilsboro. N. c. Pnetlce In the Counties ol A! J Durham. Granville. PenoL and (3 M. GATTIS, AVtORNihr-AT-LAW, Hillsboro, N. C. . Practices in State anil Federal (J x ivwbiiuutiun to au business cial attention to -Probate business. VV. ORaIIAM, - ATTORNEY-AT LAW, Oxford, N. C. .Will practice in the Courts of OrJ Person, Durham and Granville an me o'lpreme iourt. J. S. SPUEGKOtf, Dentist, Hillsboro, N C. EOflice on Churton stroer. 0 Site Maio. John W. Graham's law., Y When you want a quick cure wis any loss of time, and one that is folld by no bad results, use . ChamberT&In's Colic, Cholera a Diarrhoea IFTeme It never fails and is pleasant to It is equally valuable for children. famous for-its cures over a large pa: the civilized world. Sold'by W7 A. HAYES, Drogi OTATE OF NORTH CAROL A O . Orange County. 'In the Superior -Court Sped Proceedings. J. C. Walker and wife Sallie B. Wall! D. M. Walker and wife Mary tiA Wnlkpr. R. I.. Walker and l Estelle Walker, L. S. Walker I Diisy K. Walker, A. T. Walker, i vev Walker. J. N. Walker, K. Walker and Wife Myrtle Walker X. FlftstKr and wife Minnie Hesi Miss S. H. Paschal. Mrs. Jennie In! and hUsbatid Alonzo Inde, Mrs. E ma C. Cheek. Miss Mattie CM Mrs. Ite'ttte iNorris and. husb Raiip.v NTorris. Miss Affiles I. Fom 5. C. Forrest and wile Carrie C. Fl rest. Miss Annie Mas Forrest. J. Forrest and wife Rubie E. r rest. Junius A. Gray, C. I- Gr Miss Emma A. Gray, J. F. Gray;! wile Margaret O. Gray. J. - Adams and wife Myrtle McAuai D. C. McAdams and wife Aume Mc Adams .J. C. McAdams, v McAdams and wife Lizzie McAdal O. H. McAdams, K. VV. McAdaj , Miss Josephitfe McAdams ana M M. Katheiine Gregsou, riaiuuiw. Againtt Mrs. Lilian G. Salter and husband Af s;.jirr Jnhri K. Crawforu : wife Fannie Crawford, II. for !, VV. C. Crawford an 1 wile Oaf - n-..f..i v? p iv turd and w . ri w?j1 tor (Mawioru i wife Susie Crawfonl, T. Ofo and wile A nuie Crawforu, anu Defendants. SERVICE BY PUBLICATION. named v . xne ueieiitianLo aw . i, take notice that an action cntit'ea. perior Court of Orange County lor u purpose of selling lor P01:1 tain lot or tract of land in u:ll; township in said count, the sa m - ........ .? . Mice (oriieiw lnffoeen utviseu 7- w11;d waiKer ior ner me . , ujrS with remainder ovei to the dwi c;vi iri.n a. vvr Ker, 1 ..r,n tiirtner W saiu ueienuauts ..3fi notice tnai mey ic cje appear at the office , of Oie or tne aupenor v- , - ...v. ihp .list ua. oumy on or ucmt - fieini December, 1908, and. answer or a to the petition uiea w i . . n S; aid Clerk, or the o the Court for the relief tHerei" to manded. m ,.pr yjO: This tne 19th day of Nfjea W Clerk ol the Superior Court oi w leyottowwrB7 Atrial J T mm a a. 1 fiMu. ' 1 ha.. 71 TV County.