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COUNTY OBSERVER H I L LSBOR Q UO H y ITT'OT TH UKSDAY, - - Cec. 10, 1908. , PuBLirsHED Every Thursday. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Publisher and Owner. a:,7 'J The Sapreiue Court of the United States has decided that the States hare a right to separate the white and the negro childien in the schools. - ;-r The National Congress oonvened Monday. At a caucus of the Dera ocratio members of the House held Saturday night, Hon. Cbarop Clark, of Missouri, was unanimously chosen leader of the Democrats of the House to succeed Hon. John Sharpe Williams, of Mississippi, who has een elected United States Senator from that State. ' Lynchburg, Va , voted against liquor license' on Saturday, Novem ber 5, by a majority of 195 oat of a total, vote of 1,958. The election passed off quietly and the e seems to be no chance of a contest, and if not the thirty four saloons will close March 5, 1909 We hereby notify Mr. Lazarus to please drop our name Irom his mailing list. Marked For Death. "Three years ago I was marked for death. A grave yard cough was tearing tuy lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help me, and hope bad fled, when my husband got Dr. King's Hew Discovery," says Mrs. A C. Williams, of Bac, Ky. "The first doss neipea me and improvement kept on until I bad gained 58 pounds in weight andj my health was fully lestored." This medicine holds the world's healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneu monia, bold under guarantee at W. A. Hayes' drug utore. 50o. and $1.X)0. Trial bottle free. MUCH GOLD IN ORANGE Durham Investors Strike it Rich Bui Keep Mud Abcirt Their Mine. Durham, Deo. 2. Durham citi zens interested in gold mining have let fall a story that tbey are striking it rich in Orange County near Oaks. At a meeting of the stockholders several days ago a nugget worth $100, found in the ordinary way of doing things, was exhibited,- and it is said that rich ore is being taken out every day. Tbe men will not talk yet and the exact status of the uiine cannot be found out. The Company is known as the North State Mining Company and has been at work borne time with varying success and an abundance of hope always. They do not believe they can fail. . E21am TParisrli, v Oldest Cllfzen of the County suc cumbs to Death. itf "TTitim 1'ariAh. sr.. ine omesi ; 4J . . citizen in Perry county, bo lar as known, died a. his borne two miles north-of Marion, early Monday morning: He would have, been 98 years 'old next April. The direct cauneof his death was -from injuries sustained ffrom lalling, his general health beiug - unusually good throughout his long life Mr. PariBh; was born in Orange county, North "Carolina, in 1311 and removed to this county; with his parents who located at the pres ent o'.d home in 1833 His mind was clear until, within - a few hours of his death, and he was never hap pier t nan when v re'at iiig to his friends the reminiscenoies of a century, and more ago. He was the oldest member of the Siloam Baptist Church. , ; Ho is survived by threa childreu, Elam Parish, Jr., Mrs. Thos. Carry, Miss Emmie Parish, and a step daughter, Mrs. Ida Walker Bail, and has a large family connection in this and other sections of the Slate The iuneral services were con tacted from the Baptist Church at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning by Dr. P. V. Bomar, assisted by Dr. R. G. Patrick, and the remaine interred in the city cemetery. There were many floral offerings, and the doors of the business houses were closed during the t'uneral services. A long cortege followed the remains, no ticeable among whom were quite a number of negroes, former slavfB and their children who have always honored and loved him, Marion (Alabama) Standard, Friday, Nov. 13, 1908. Mr. Elam Parish, Sr., an account of whose death is published above, wasa.ooosin of the late Calvin Parish, Esq., of Hillsboro, o Good Cough Medicine for Chil -DREN. The season for coughs and colds is now at hand and too much care cannot be u?ed to protect tho chil dren. A child is mach more likely to contract diphtheria or scarlet lever when be has a cold. The ciaicker von cure his cold the less the risk. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the sole reliance of many mothers, and few of those who have tried it are willing to use any other. Mrs. F F. Starrer, of Ripley, W. Va., says : UI have never used any thing other than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for my children and it has always given good satisf ac tion' This remedy contains " no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a child as to an adult. t For. sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. ' "'O - . "' Raleigh News and Observer. At tbe meeting of the Directors of the State Blind Institution at Raleigh, the annual report of Prin cipal John E. Ray was accepted for transmission to the Legislature. I he institution las 57 more present than at anyonher time in its history. There are 346 enrolled, and tbe av erage attendance is 26 greater than ever in the history of the institution. Kodol for Dyspepsia, indiges tion, weak stomach, sour stomach, gas on the stomach, etc., is a com bination of the natural digestive jujees fouod in a healthy atomacb with necessary vegetable acids, and is the only thing known today that will completely digest all kinds of food under any . condition. It Is gaaranteed to give prompt relief from any form ot stomach trouble. Take Kodol and be convinced. It will cure your dyspepsia. Sold by W, A. Hayes, Druggist. i Dot think because you can run a business without cash that you can ran it without character. , It Is a Wonder. Chamberlaiu'sLiniment is one of the most remarkable preparations yet produced for the relief of rheu matic pains, and tor lame, back, sprains and bruises. The quick re lief from pain which it affords in case ot rheumatism is alone worth many times itsl cost. Price, 25 nents ; large size 50 cents. For sale by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Itfs a waste of time to fix up your statistics for the benefit of the re cording angel. -De Witt's Carbolized .Witch Hazel Salve has many imitators. There is one original, and tfce name peWitt is on every box. Best Salve for burns, scratches and hurts. It is especially good for piles. Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. It ie, perhaps, better to gifeyour- eii away tnan to t?e sold. CA TORS A For Infants and Children. ina Kind Ygu Have Always Bought Bears tha Every case of backache, weak back, bladder inflammation and rheumatic pains is dangerous if neg lected, for such troubles are nearly always due to weak kidneys Take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. They are antiseptic and soothe pain Quickly. Insist upon DeWitt's 'Kidney Yand Bladder Pills, Regular size 50o. Sold by W. A Hayes, Druggist. The highest suicide rate of any cation is that of Denmark. A Dangerous Operation is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon JNo one who tabes Dr. King's New Life Pills is ever sub jeoled to this frightful ordeal. They work so quietly you don t feel thorn. They cure constipation, headache. biliousness and malaria. 25c at W. A. II ayes' drug et re. For the Observer. Xii Memorrftiiii Miss Latira Jane Walker, the last, living daugh'er ofv the lato? Etitonj Walker," died at the borne of her niece, Miss Sudie M. Walker, in Burlington, N.'C , on the 21t- day of November, 1908 She was born and reared in Orange county near Hillsboro. She, moved to W a&e Forest with her sister in 1898, and Iaet year when her sister? "died sbo moved back to Orange county aud lived with, Mrs. John, Sharp until about 5 -weeks ago when she movedl- to Barlington: one . was buued at Wake forest College -by the side of her sister, the mother of lie v. li. P. Walker, on M on day, N o ve m be r 23; Ti e funeral - Was -fbiaaaod by Dr. J. W. Lynch, tbecollege p?tort assisted by Dr. W. K. Cullam, 1'ro feasor of Bible in Wake Forest Col lege. Miss Walker was a -member of Beth ed'eu Baptist Church in Or ange county at the time of -her O - - 'V-- death, and- was baptized by Rev. John C. vHocutt.- for whom she seemed to' care so much. A good woman has gone to her reward. v T G U R MO Y r r -a- The fellow who always has a skate ou doesn't cut much ice. Bears tha yt "8 MM tOU HaV8 Always BOUSM mmm - - v Signatme of This Is Worth Jreadijjq. Loo F. Zelicski, of 0$ Gibson Si , Buffalo, N. Y., says ?1 cured ifhe most annoying cold soe I ever bad, with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I ap plied this salve once a day for two day. when every trace or "the sore was gone " Hea!s all sores. Sold under guarantee at W. A; Hayesr drag store, 25c. Eighteen persons convicted of re tailing in prohibition Ashe vilie, were given sentences on the chain gang, ranging from 5 months to 2 years. 6- ,;r-- Beware op Frequent Colds. A succession of colds : . or: a pro traoted cold is almost certain to end in chronic catarrh, from which few persona ever wholly recover. Gi te every oold the attention lit deserves and you may avoid this disagreeable disease. How can you cure a cold ? Why not try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy??. It is highly recom mended Mrs. M. White, of But- ier, lenn,, says : "fceverai years ago I was bothered with my throat and lungs. Sorreone told me of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. I began using it and it relieved me at once. Now my throat and lungs, are sound and well." For sale bv W. A. Hayes, Druggist. ' o No man is as good as be might be who does not try to b& better! than he can be. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup stops the cough by allavinsf inflammation ot tbe throat and lungs, and H drives the cold from the system by gently moving the bowels. Children like it for it tastes nearly as good a maple I sugar. Hold by W. A. Hayes, JOroggist. o ' ' v - averv Kina word you say to ;a duaib auimal or bird will make you I happier,. aQXKestlOIli , Our Guarantee Coupon If, after usin a i.oo bottle of Kodol. you -Can honestly say it has not benefited you, we will refund your money. Try Kodol today on this guarantee. Fill out and sign the follow ing, present it to the dealer at the time of purchase. If it fails to satisfy yon return the bottle to the dealer from whom yon bought it, and we will refund your money. ,: Town - State Sign here. Cut This Oat- AFTER THE GRIPPE Vinol Eestored This Haxfo Strength x "Several years ago I was attacked by a severe case of 'grippe, -which left me with a hacking cough, soreness in my chest, and bronchitis, I took nearly every kind of cough syrup sold on the market, besides medicine given' me by physicians. . I received no permanentTelief until my, druggist asked me to try vinol, and after taking three bottles I was entirely cured. I believe Vinol to be the greatest blessing ever offered to the public, as it does what is claimed fo it." R. B. R. Hicks, Maplesville, Ala. The reason Vinol cures chronic coughs, colds and pulmonary troubles is because it contains tonic iron and all the healing and body building ele ments of cod liver oil but no oil. Vinol is also unexcelled as a strength builder for old people, delicate children, weak and run-down persons, and after sickness. W A HAYES, Di uggiet, Hillsbo to, LADY ;: . Honest inrlnstriona woman wanted to introduce our large line of fancy and staple dress goods, waistings, trim mings, etc., among, friends, neighbors and townspeople. We also manufac ture a lull line of perfumes : and toilet articles, no soaps. Should be able to t-arn $20, or more weekly. Dealing di rect from the mills our prices are low :ind patterns exclusive. tf4 money re quired. ' Write us ior futi particulars. Standard Dress Goods". Co., -'Dept. 9, Binghamton, N. Y. . ' - - ' - ' ';... -NAMEjS WANTED. We wish to send out a large number ot sample copies of the i4 Witness' and "aauoaui jteaaing," ana we asK our leaders to kindly iurnish us with lists of names. To those who will send us i a list ot flfty (50) names and addresses ! (heads cf families preterred) who you (believe will be interested in our pa- MestsWhatYoiiEa And Makes tfce Stomach Sweet ! pfers e-wiii send a pktur e Free and Sald.bj V. A. HA1ES, D-nagis,' 1 CS15U Nassau St., H.- Y. ' .' 1 f 7ilKgo forth er if yoo buy yonr CJinstnftts "presents from I as, and besides yon Will getval- : uable ones, instead of wprfbless Infle?. If it is a small amount you wiah to ppeod, w.at could be better or more useful tban a Pocket Knife or Razor, a handsome Necktie or Hand kerchief? Then we have ; valuable things which will make glad the heart cf the homie 'keeper not only on Christmas morning but for along, time thereafter. Among "other things we mention Chairs, Rags, Art SquaresTsble LineoBed Clothes, Curtain Goods, Knives and Forks, Oil , Stoves, Lamps and various other things too numerous to mention. So mnob Jfor jgifts. For your own use and contort we. wish this one more time to call your attention to the menst excellent and oomr plete line of General Merchandise in North Carolina. In GentlemenV Furnishings, in- eluding -Underwear, Clothing, Overcoa's, Shirts, Hats, and Shoe, oar value surpass anything we have ever offered. This is dae to the fact that we Bought during the worst of tbe panic wben'pr'ces were at the lowest ts- v sible ebb. This is also true of our Ladies Cl-.dks, It U iopofisible in so limited a space to give .. .. lit of the Dress Goods, Silks, etc., which we aiie carrying, but we take pleasure in advising - that onr clerks if given the; opportunity will gladly demonstrate to yon that the line is com plete and Well selected T f" "TTT - 0 T -s "tTTTniT V JCL. VV. d., KJ. 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