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)i;ANOK COUNTY OBSERVER.
aTTlsb o r o u Q h . u . 0. THURSDAY, - UVC. T3, 1008 " TIME TABLE NO. 11, ' gouthera Kallwtty Co. IiJ EFFECT SEPT. 0jfl&O8. ' - WEST BOUND. V No. Ill, Miked, Raleigh and Greensboro,- due'vat Hillaboro 3 59 a. oi. " " - No. 21, Local Passenger, due at Hillsboro 10:2S'a.ra. ........ No, 130 Local Passenger, doe at Hillsboro 5:38 f o'. , EAST BOUND. ' ' No. 112. Mtxed4 6reenebotNnfe Galdsboro, dae al Hillsboro ht 2:20 No. 144, Local Passengerduejat Hiiloro 10:47 a. m. . r No. 22, Local Passenger,-: doe' al Hillsboro 4:42 p. tn. . j; M. O'Neal, Agent. Bring in that wood, ;. Luvney's Fancy Box Candies, at Fauoy Grocery. Fiuest Hams and Breakfast Ba con, at Fancy Grocery. ; Everything in Holiday Pres ents, at Fancy Grocery. The best lino gof Tobacco and Xinas Cigars, at Fancy Grocery. Apples by the dozen, peek, bashel or barrel, at Fanoy Grocery. Keystofe Mince Meat and all kinds of Canned Goods, at Fancy Grocery. y . - Huyler's and Roy eter's Candies, the best in the world, 1u Fapcy Grocery. N If von love good, pore Candy, Raisins, Nuts, &o , yoo will find the best, at Fancy Grocery. Something entirely ne7 in Hillsboro Pot Cards, at Bookstore, Satta Claus' loafing place Yoa will fiud a nice line of Pipes, Tobacco Pouches and Smok ing Tobacco, at Fancy Gote y. WANTED-1000 boshtls of Walnuts. N. W. Brown & Com pony, the place to sell Rabbit Skins. If you have Walnuts or any thing else to sell, N. W. Brown & Company b the place yon aro look ing for. For y.Mir "Christmas coking we lave, eietything to the ay of Jiiron. Nuts, Ha'sius, &o., at Fancy Grocery. Rich amber oalorei Ma' a pa Grapes. Figs, Florida Oranges, Ba nar.as and Lemons at The Farcy Grocery. -. Z ... Fresh Grape Nuts, Shredded Whole Wheat. Q'lnker Oats and all kuids of god Things to Eit, at Fancy tJroeery; v-. Mrs. H, Brown an& son, ILnry, Jr, have go:' to Chape! Hill to visit Mr. Thomas J. Wil 80, mother of Mrs Wlaon. . We are glad to learn that Ms. J V. Jones, of B'ngham township, who suffered a sbgM rtroke of paral js s on Friday, November 27, is im proving. Mr. William Stra:n haR tendered his resignation as a member of the IlUlsboro Township Road Commi8 sion, Hh vacanoy will re filled by the Township Board of Magistrates at the next meeting. Real ihe report of The Bank of Orange showiug the condition of that excellent and well managed in siitution at the close o! business on the 27th day of November, 1908. A few years ago The Bank of Or ange was an infant now it wears long pants. Watch The Bank of Orange grow. ' . Rev. Homer Casto, the new pastor for Orange Circuit of the Methodist Protestant Church, com posed of Chestnut v Ridge, Efland and Union Gove churches, has lo cated at Efland and will bold the First Quarterly Conference at Chestnut Ridge next Sunday, De cember 12, 1908, ; The Observer . regrets to learn that that good woman Mrs. Parham II. SmhV is sick at her home on West King Street. We hope f-be will receive as muob kindness while Rick as the has always shown to other sick people. Brother Smith and his good wife have visited more sick homes 'than any other couple we know of They are what we regard as the salt-of the earth. Messis, Harold Copping and Basil Copping, brothers, of Virginia, bate moved to Hillsboro and are in charg6 of the Hillsboro Clay Man u faoturing Company's works Mi. Haro'd Copping his moved hi3 fam ily into the Hooker bouse recent y vacated by Mrs. Koulhao, on Chur ton Street, while Mr. Basil t)op ping' family will occupy the Com pany's house at the works two miles south east ot tofrn. The North -Carolina Confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, convened at Dur ham m the Trinity Methodist Church, on Wednesday, December , with B.fhp A. W Wilson, pre siding. - Rev. and Mrs. M. M. Mc Failand and Buti, Master Wilbur, will attend from Hillsboro. Mr. MoFai land has served the people on the Hdlsboro Circuit for three years and dating that time has made a good mauy friends. He is one ot the best men of the Conference. . - STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR MACADAMIZING C&URTON STREET. ' -v r BE.'EIPT. 1908. --v" ;l v " June 1 9 Note Bank of Orange. 6 months, H-W: J. C, Webb, pipe, Sept 28. Note, Bank of Orange, 4 mouth, - " Nw 21. Order ou Town Treasurer.' O o vxty C? o in iti o ii is rs . The new'y elected -Board of Oo -inly Commissioners met ;Mon day. The Board is nmnopd ;t two Democ aisMr. J. D Wob- T3 Ha MI LTO N Tu.M I't ON. ' ' The folio win sr card has been ri oeive.d by friends at Hillsboro : :: "Mr. and Mi's. Alfred . AuonRtns f2,500 00 Total, 36 50 ; ;50ooo . 4 41 23 04091 EXPENDITCKES Uck 2,258 46 100 tons; at 50 cents per ton, 15 loads,, 10 cts I'ier: load, Grading, -flpingr, . -V PiSCOUIltS, Stnwart, Machinery repairs, Convicts, Macadam, Hay. Baanee with Township on account o! mules, Balance due, Total oost of road, ol utupeLIIiil Townsb-n, and Mr Charles E. Wihcn, of Little Rive.i Township an'd..one.Republ;ran, Mr William H. -Llovd,- of Chapel Hid 1 o wnnhip - Th oaths.were adrainigterod tp the Com missione rs biyCClei k of :the Ct.urt Stray horn, and on mot'on of Commipsion'err'WilBon Comniissioner We b was elected Chairman Besides the allow intr of account's and providing for the 'butside ooor. uie roara administered the oah? ol office to the -newl v lee' t'e 1 o f&bw 1,128 69 and accepted (heir bond as follow : 1 50 r Mr. Uharles Strayhcrnt Ole'ik-l 1.1 . . v .253 93 tne Superior Court. 'bond 810.000 149 67 gven in the National Surety Co , ot 85.00 -wow lork. 225 00 Mr. John Laws,- Register , of 92 42 'Deeds, bond S5 000. sjiven in the 391.12 NatlouabSurety Ooioj lay, of New 605 87 orc- . v 870 Mr B. W Andrews, Sheriff, to bonds, $5,000 officials bond, 840,000 99 01 ,a oond, both gieri bv private in riiviitiiota S3.040 91 Mr. H d m . Dv Ke? li. irs?aenaw, mr. L. 'Parish. Treasurer, two 4 56 bonds, 811 .000 !or sch obi lurid -ami fboth 18.000 county lund, oivn j lfciiert L M urdock and MUs NeMie Itemized statement bv thn mnnth Mr Thomas D Tinnin, Cdrncr. wi n vouchers attached, at the May- Dona 1""t. gtjn by private mdi or's office. viduals. - . : T. N. WEBB, Chairman Street Committee Ihe contra' t was awarded tb Mr. W. B Thomnson. rf the Char,! Hill ews. to do all of the Count v Printing one year for S200. The Observer will continue t o publifih Tharopson. r Mr. on request the honour of .your presence awLu iiiui 'ihu fii inir uaugnief ,May .ComeiU Joseph "Gregorie de" Roulhao T I ".Hamilton , , the . evenint? t. of Taesdav the . , tw enry-st c n 1 of December - . "at six o'clock - Christ Ohnrcb - - . '-- - Rte gh', NorthCarofina" ' Mr.. Hami't p is the-yonngesl son f.ihtTlae Map'ir D Heyard Ham iUon an i was born and reared at Hillsboro where he. bas .Vhl of triends He is Ais:stant' Professor of His! ory .at . the. University of North Carolina.- Miss Thoinpfsonns a daughter of Mr. Alfred A -Thsirrspson, a promi nent business man - f Rateigh and former Mayor of that city. Mdrdock-Gbay. Married at the home of the mother of the bride, Mrs. Sarah Gray, in Litt'e River towdm, on Thursday, Dec 3, 1908, at 2 o'clock Eat all the good food you like. Quit dieting. You don't have to diet-to cure dyspepsia.. . In tact von of the county printins as it has cannot cure dyspepsia or indiges- done for years, as it makes good tion that way, but rather you niut reading for the lax-payers" arid < add etringih to the wak 'stomach others interested iu county affairs. by taking something tbat will digest We have no complaint to make the food which the to coach i'ah not ou account of the printing havtn digest Kodol is the, only thing been awarded to Mr. Thoinpson, ffd iviiuwu luuujr uiai win . uo tnis, ior u eiiuereu vaiuaoie services in tne Kodol is made of natural digestive 'ae election to the Democratic juires found in a healthy stomach, party, and . besides his bid for the: and it digests ah food edmplete-yJ Pouting was lower than the Ob Kodol is pleasant to taKe. and is server's guaranteed to give relief in any case of stomach trouble. Soldly W. A. Hayes, Druggist. L ,Gnv. . It was a quiet country home wedding cin'y relatives and a f e vv special friends being present. Mi. aud MisrMurdock arrived at Hillsboro in the af ernoon aud will fdr the .i reseat live with t 'he' groom's parents, Mr. and Mrp. Henry Mur dock, on 3Eat King Street Tie Observer extends congralulatioue and be t wuhes. ' ; Will FOK SALE. Slacked Lime in barrels sell cheap. , Apply at Hillsboro Clay Man- tteicTURiNG Company's office over, The Bank of Oranee. or at ihe "Aida Incandescent Mantle Lamp" is the Best and Cheapef t Light in the world It burns kero seue oiu at cost ot 1 - cent for o hours. Easy to light and no Dirts nnmtiknv'N varda turn miW snnttv ... . - - T. - I -: I - J . " . ' . - togeiouv. oi oraer. ii is a com o., h;mck piete siD8iuoie ior gas ana eiectno 4igni ior ine nome, country or cuy, A?ways up with the times and is a rapid, seller. You can tave auQ Christroaa pretieuis for every ti e price ot a lamp in a lew months, body I. has always been our aim Mr. John 13. tvirKianu, tl iitooro, to tdease oor customers 'in Millin C , Is" the Sole. Agent for Orange ery, and this year we have taken County Mr Kirkland will canvass tne game pains to purchase for our presents suitable for old. and yonng, large at-dsm all. u Yn u r M on ey " wi l go a" lonej We call special attention to oiir oolr . . . TT I I . . Ct . ' I T 3 wars when spent wun messn. a., lection oi oieei angravngs anu W. & J C Webb. Look op their Pictures already iramed. They are. larce and attractive new advertise-1 very pretty. We will sell any" of ment on our 2nd page. When you our goods as cheap as they can be trade at Webb's vbu set the bet bought elsewhere. Uall and Fee and know who you are dealing with. I our gooas and get oor pnres betore Raf Mins ! For the making your Christmas and Uoiiday . ... I hn.nliniial t res t T. : 'Poulll' Jtr. nert davs we will sell Jiancv ,u,uaocc . . v - j - - . . Panama that rutail nt. hO rtAi it. IhA DlSter. thecoutfty tor this wocdertul larop.l Christmas trade WirXON-llALEY. Mr Monroe WiUn, a prosperun youg farmer ot Cedar Grove Town-, ship, and'MiKS Annie M. Haley, of Cheek township were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mth Henry Haley, on Wednes day, Nov. 25 1908, at 3 30 o'clock p m ; by lie v. M. M. Mob arland, pastor of the Hillsboro uircuit. it was a quiet home affair, only a few of the relatives of the bride being pfeseut. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will make their home in Cedar Grove township. We wUh this happy young couple all the joys of this.lite. cdMrs. William Dawstfh Morris, of Philadelphia, Pa , is visiting her 'daughter the wife of Dr. William N. Mebane, on Wake Street. SESffiS The Kind You Have Always Bought, and Which has been, in use for over 3 years, has home the signature of and has beenmade under his per-: Sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no ohd to deceive you in this. All, Counterfeits, -Imitations and;" Jnsas-.ood" are bur Experiments that trine with 'and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience agamst Experiment. What is CSf OtiXfr h Castoria is a harmless .substitute for Castor OH Pare goric, Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is; Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It's age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It ..cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. ' It relieves Teething: Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the S,tomach and. Bowels, giving Wealthy and natural sleep The Clultlrexi's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ; - GENUINE GASTON ALWAYS Bears the Signature of I rt U se For Over 30 Years. Vtf CCWTAOH eOMVAltV, WilifliRAV STREET, NEW VORR OITV. ' V ZAND-. "WINDER y vard, tor 40 cents. 4 inch Rain nroof cloth at 40 cents, and all other Dress tiobd atv GREATLY RE DUCEl) prices. Durham Parish Co Hon. Cbrle9 B Thomas, re elected to Congress from the Third District, on bis way from bis borne at Newbern to Washington City, went to May od an last week to visit his wife who is spending some time at that place v. itb- her brother, Mr, W. C. liuffin. Mr. W. F Parks has bought from Postmaster Charles G. Rose raond, the house and lot in West Margaret Lane recently vacated oy Mr.-Roeemopd when be moved into Ins new residence on Kast Queen Street. The price paid was $1,250, which indicates that real estate in Cornwall's old time continues to look up and generally sells well. INDIGESTION ? DYSPEPSIA? FLATULENCY? SPEEDY BELIEF. ; THE GENUINE HAS THE mn RED G ON THE FRONT OF EACH PACKAGE AND THE SIGNATURE AND SEAL OF J. H.ZEILIN &CO., ON THE SIDE, IN RED. Unclaimed Letters " ; r. Remaining in the post-office at Hillsboro. December 5, 1908 : ., Bullock, C&sar. Fuller, Cora. Moore, D. E. ' MVsePy, Miss Edna Eaii. Rode, F. G - Pel soos calling for above letters will please say "advei Used." CHA3LE8 G. RbSEAIOND, P. M. See advertisement -of "Names Wanted." Witness and Sabbath Reading Co., 150 Nassau St. "NY The Baptist Stae; Convention met at Wilson, N. C.t on Wednes day, December 9. Rev, William Luntftord, D. D , pastor-of the Fir ft Baptist Church of Asheviile, preach? ed the introductory sermon. Beara the yf You Have Always 8cuglif 81gnatui9 of ,, MEI)ICIXETnAT Is MEDICINE. UI have, suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach couoplamts, but I have now found a remedy that Vees me well, and that remedy is Electric Bitters : a medicine that is medrcine for stomaelr and liver t roubles, and for run down condi lions," says W. C. Kiesvler, of Hal lid y, Ark. Electric Bitters purify and enriJh'ihe blood, tone op the nerve?, and impart vigor and energy to the weak. Your money, will be refunded if it fails to belp you. 50c. at W A. Hayes' drug store. Mr H. N Brown has gone to Wilson, N, C,.to visit bis bro-her, Mr. L C. II. Brown. Re ad tbj advertfsement -4Lady Wanted.'' Standard Dress Goods Co., Dept.j), Binghamton, N. Y; Read the adyerttseo-ent offaiing for sale Hili&boro Townsb p Road Bonds, by T. N. Webb, Chairman 1 dozen Eggs bays 2 pounds of good green or Roasted Cotlfe West End Grocery Company, the . ' place to buy Shoes Rockin z Chairs for Christma Piesenis. liadies', Gents and Cb 1 dreiVs Chairs at Bookstore, Santa Clais' resting place. New Books, Bibles, and Various oiher right kind ; of thinaa ior Christmas Presents, at Bookstore, the ipteee where Santa Claos meets his friends. - Bring your Corn and Wheat and exchange for Dress Good's, West End Will soon be here and we are opening up the handsomest and cheapt. ine of. " i . .' .-. : laAiyHEiS9 GOODfe, m JSUUSM IHi, J5 Alia lit. HI'UNtiljlJNiiirlJN 15L:AU1, Wliillr BRO W AND BLUE, MOHAIRS, PANAMAS; AND DANISH CLOTH that we have ever bad. Our prices on these goods ire right am you will buy them if you once seo them, v 7 : ' ; ' - We carry always.a fine stock of HILliSBORO SUITINGS The&. gods are unsurpassed in quality, -style aiulr price. If you need a neat cheap dress buy these goods: - . ; ' . y " , " , Qur line of SHOES are larger and "prices lower than ever. We stiV sell the FAMOUS BATTLE AX and KEITH'S KONQUEROR MeoV Ladies', Boys' and Misses Shoes. If you onije wear pair ol these shoa yoa will call again. v..: - .... lZ-'z':..Z,:-- ' We keep a large .stock of HAKDW ARb of every description- Tn cur SHEET IRON ROOFING Yon will b leased with it. Rereomber that we keep a lull and complete line of KRESH GROCB RIES in Fancy acd Heavy Goods. We hatfdle ' nothing but the beit.au sell them as cheap as the cheapest. ; Call ancsee us. ' , l : ; , :- ;.v- - " . ... : . , Your friends, . .. ; ' ;;- ' ' ' ' ' Superior rjr3 1 poultry Food No matter whar dealers tell you about other goodt here is nothing on the market equal t FOU'i Z'S SD 'ERIOR POULTRY FOOD. You cai easily demon, trate this by a trial. In addition to heinj; a food ricl: n Protein ; its medfctnal qualitiea., are sm-h as to givs oi-ifivc results. As a tonic im'di-ine and Certain Effg ivdm'erit has no equal."--Fowls et. it ofl the ground no like ir. It tontahis from 6 to 20 times more Proteiii han ordinary l'oultry Foods now called Poultry Re ilatprs or Tomes." It is of e pecial value ior loW!k vhioh cannot run at range; duringthe Moulting season nd Winter time. . " ; 7 : Dice (1 1-2 lbs.) - Foutz's Horse and Cattle Powdery Foutz's Perfect Lire Powder, Futz's Certain Worm Powder, Foutz's Certain Kolik Cure, : Foutz's Liniment, Foutz's Ileal iiijr Powder, Beware, of Imitations! Onlv Oririnal 43 OF HIIiLSBO, ''V Jl"- - JbfcO TQWHIP ROAD BOJVDS. The Road Commissioners Bond Committee offer for sale the ' third issue of thirty-year 6 per cenr: ; Road Bonds to the amount of Te.n. , Thousand (810,000) Dollars; The boods will be coupon;; bonds dated January" 1, 1909, interest -paid semi annually. ,t r ; '; Bids will be opened on Thursday January 7. 1909. at 12 o'clock mM a I The Bank of Orange, Hillsboro, ; C. Bidders will be leqni -ed to de i bosit'one per cent at time of makit g bid a1 unarantee of goC fifth. ' The CommisMoners: YeVvtbia right to; rj-ct airy and -;atf K-ils "nd also reserve the right to shII not not more than Eight Thousand fS8 OOCl D llarn of said bbnds Therefore alternate bids wi'l be re ceh e 1 en eiht and ten : thousand do lar z-'-T-:;: Bids to be sent to T N WEBB Ch'ir can, Hillsboro N C Ueti'l inTormaiioii gien on re qtirst by T N. Webb, Chair man? or by H- L. Parish, Secretary ti to Boa d , v 1 This 5th day of December, 1 90S S "Foutz's" sold by W. A. II AYE 5, Hillsboro, N. C. : ManuJacturer, Baltimore. : : REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF ORANGE, AT HILLSBORO, IN'iHK STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, AT ' THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOV. 27THV 1908. :' , ? '''"-.' The David E. Foutz Co. 25e per pkg. 23c per pfcg. 25c per pkg. n; per pkg. 50c p r btle'. 2ou per btle. 2. t per pky ana .uenui. ALE O F A VALUA BLE TRACT RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, U old and Silver X'oi n. tional - Bank - Notes other; U. S. Notes, : Total, LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In, . $5,000.00 Undivided prodts, less current Shoes. Underwear, fcc. Grocery Company, the place where Furniture anl t ixtures, ' a dollar will buy most. ' Demand Loans,, - - . J . Due.trom Ban ks ami Bank Don't fail to call on JJurham Parish Company for your Oranges Apples, Nuts and .(Jasdies for the Christmas holidays Jiveryibing good to cat at their store - The best Tea and Coffee, just what Santa Claus would like a cup made irom when be comes down the chimney befoie- day Christmas morning, at Fancy: Grocery. ; . Nearly everybody kuows . De Witt's Little Early Rise's are the best pills, made. They are small, pleasant, sure Little Liver Pills. Sold by W. A. Hayes, Druggist. Our Te'ephone Number is 27, and we are glad to fill your orders, but we want yoo to call and see the Prettiest Line of Christmas Goods ever seen. In Hillsboro, at Fancy Grocery. . Mr. James H. Webb, Secretary and Treasurer of the Euo Cotton Mills, aooompanied by his wile aud their two children, left Hills boro last Friday for Edenton, N. C, to visit Mrs Webb's parents. O & 3? O & S A.. Bears tho vlliB Kinsl Ycj Have Always Bought Signator $70,107.17 1.412.(57 9.000.00 kers, 21.1521.67 JSa- . .. -and 4 272.07 $108, 702. 9S expenses anil tyxesspaid, Dividends unpahr, Bills payable, ' Time certificates of Deposit, Deposits subject to check, y Totalr 6,419.iG ,13.50 5,000.00 36.15&43 54,lltc69 $10(1,702.98 .. .-': -OF LAND. - ;: ; ' On Monday the 4th, day of JannaryV 1909. at the court bouse door-m Hills horo, N. C, the urdersigned will sell at public auction to the highest hiader 1 the foil o w ing real . estate si t uated i u Cheek 'lownship. Orange County, viz': One tract of about 53 acies, adjoining the Hnds of J. R. Rice, James Terrell; Joseph W. Pickett, OscarPatton and others, it being a part of the tract be longhW to tne late John A. Patton. Also one tract of about 45 acres ad joining the above tract, this tract be ing sold suf.jeet to the dower of Mrs Ida Patton (now Mrs, Ale A dams ) The above lands sold in obedience tA an order of the Superior Court ,of Orr ange County in - a Special Proceeding en tit led' Oscar' Patton and others against James- Patton and ; others, foi distribution ot the proceeds. -Terms of sale : One third "cash," one tbird4n six ncnths and one-third in twelve months with Interest on de terred payments at six per cent per an num from da te of sale - - v This 36ih day of November, 1903. I v , ic JOSEPH VV. PICK ETP, " i'ommissioner. State oi North Carolina, County or Orange, f, Paul C. Collins, Ca-hiei of the above-named; Bank, do Vdleiniily swear that the, aWove sttitcmeitt is t n o to the best ot rAy knowledge and bvlieL P. C. Collins, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this -3rd day of Pee.,. 1908. ClIAKLKS STRAVIlOHN, ; ' Clerk of the Superior, Court. . Correct-Attest - . S. L Gattis, J. C. Webb, -J. S. Spurgkojt, Directors. Subscribe for tbo Orange County Observer. Only 81 00 per an num. C months 50 cents OT1CK OF ADM I N1STKA 1 OR Having this day qua lined as Ad mi.,iitrator cf Miss Sue VV. Turner, herebv notity all persons indebted it said estate to make immediate payraen to me, and all persons having elaimi against the said estate must present them to the undersigned j.ropeilv authenticated on or before the 1st day of Decv, 1909, Oivthis notice, will be plead in bar of their recovery. This 1st day of Dec, 1908. ., J. Fr TURNER, J Administrator. ubscribe for the Ouakoe County Observer. Only $1 f fj per ann d 6 months 50 cents. 1