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OBSERVER.
H ILLSBO ROUGH, N. C.
THURSDAY, - - - - - June 22:1911.
PuBLioHED Every Thursday.
JOSEPH A. H Alt FITS, Publisher
and Owner.
Tbo man who thicks he ib'IT,"
' is badly fooled.
The papers are Baying that Gen.
v T.S. Car r is about to come into the
raoe All right w'fih Simmons,
1 Eilohin, Clark. Aycock and Carr
the State could not make a very
grave mistake with either. Rox-
boro Courier.
The cotton crop of 1910 has been!
announced at Washington as being
the most valuable' evor- produced in
the United States. The census ba
reaa's annual bulletin1 esli mates that
the crop of last year wan valued at
- $963,190,000 compared with $812,
090,00J for 1909. n
The Observer acknowledges the
1 receipt of an invitation to Attend
' the celebration of (he Third Anniver
: sary of the breaking of groWd" for
the building ot The East Carolina
Teachers TrainingSoWol, ten thirty
"a. m., Friday, June 30, 1911, at
Greenville. N. C The Summer
Term of the School will be inses
Bioo, and appropriate addresses will
be delivered by Governor Kitchin
and other distinguii-hed speakers
i his occasion offers the people of
( this section a. splendid opportunity
to isit od r get acquainted with
' some of the State's best and most
progressive citizens, and to see some
of the best farms in the Slate
Wins Fight For Life.
It was a long" and bloody battle
for life that was waged by James
B. Mershon, ot Newark, N. J., ol
which he writes : 'I had lost much
blood from long hemorrhages, and
was veiy weak and run down. For
'eight months I was unable to work.
Death seemed clone on my heels,
when I began, 'three weeks ago, to
use Dr. King's New Disoo very. But
'it has helped roe greatly. -It is do
ing all that you,oiaiia " 'For weak,
4 Strmj'ftiflJ, obbttirate coughs, stub
born colds, hoarseness, la grippe,
asthma, hay fever or any throat or
lung trouble its supreme $50c &
8100. Trial bottle free. Guarau-
' teed by W. A. H ay e, Druggist.
If do God, ivhenae duty ? There
remains no other source than blind,
;toruta", tyranous lorce. Duty never
issoes irom that. Muzzmi.
Whooping cough is not dan
gerous hen the cough ts kept loose
and expectoration uasy by giving
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
has been used in many epidemics of
this disease with perfect success
For sale bv all -Dealurs
In the United Slates and Canada
1 r-r AAA-AAA . .
wun . -ii;u,uuu,ouu popuiation, we
nave lzU.UUU pbyEtciaus one to
every 833 i ersons. ' . .
A Leading
Califorkia
Drug
GIST.
Pasadena, Cal., March 9
Foley & 3q., Gentlemen
have Bold and recommended Foley's
Hooey and Tar Compound tot
years. We believe it to be one ol
the roost efficient expectorants on
t' e market. v Containing no opiates
or narcotics it can be giren freely to
Xshudren. -Enough ot the remedy
cau be taken to relieve a cold, as it
has po nauseating results, and does
not interfere with digestion. Yours
very truly, C. H Ward Drog Co..
G h. Parsons, Seo'y. and Tieas."
Get the original Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound in the yellow pack
age. For wale by all Druggists.
: In the course of tine a woman
may forget why sha hates a man,
but she will continue to hate him
jicst the same.
It is worce than useless to take
any medicires internally for muaeu
lar or chronic rheumatism. All that
ifi needed is a tree application of
Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale
by all Dealers.
Our idea of a Jvoinan with won'
derful self-control is one who never
buys aiiythln at a bargain that she
doesn't wint.
CASTOR f A
For Infants ani Children.
Kind You Have Always Bough
Be2s the
ORANGE COUNTY
The North Carolina College of
Agriculture ' and Meohanio Arts
announces in another column us
opening for another fear oji September-
7.- This College continues
to grow in numbers and in useful
ness. : La at year it' enrolled 630 stu
dents. ' Its' graduates are takingva
leading part in the industrial ifeof
our State, and are in steady demand
at good salaries Young men who
desire to' fit thernselves for success
in industrial occupations will do
well to ooDsider such a form ot ed
ucation. The woman of today who' has
good health, -good temper, good
sense, bright eyes and a lovely com
plexionthe result of correot living
and good digestion, wins the ad mi
ration of the world. " If your di
gestiqn is faulty Cham l6i Iain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets will correct
it. c'or sale by all. Dealers- ;
o
Probably the supreme human
achievement is self-mastery
o ;
YoifE Neighbor's Experience.
How you may profit by It. Take
Foley's 'Kidney Pills. Mrs. E. G.
Whiting, 360 Willow St., Akron,
O , says : "For some time I had a
very 'serious case of kidney trouble
and I suffered with' backaches and
difezy headaches. I had specks
floating before my eyes and I felt
ail tired out and miserable. I saw
Foley VKidney Pills advertised and
got a bottle and look them accord
ing to directions arid "results showed
almost at once. The pain and dizzv
headaches left roe, my eye sight be
came clear and to-day I cau say I
am a well womm,, thanks to Foley's
Kidney PiHs" JFor sale by all
Druggists
o s
Flattery is simply the nice things
we'say about other people.
! O
'Work Will Soon Start
V
after you take Dr. king's New Life
Pills, rand yon'll quickly enjoy tbeir
fine results. Constipation and indi
gestibn vanish and fine appetite re
turns. They regulate stomach, liver
and bowels and impart new strength
and energy to the whole system
Try them. Only 25o at W. A.
Hayes' drug store.
o
Silence is often the strongest pro
test that can be 'offered. '
Foley's Kidnet Remedy
Is particularly recommended for
chronic cases of kidney and bladder
trouble.. It tends to regulate and
control the kidney and bladder ac
tion and is healing, strengthening
and braciog. for sale by all Drug
gists.
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Every woman is a law unto her
husband. s
'Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
O A S T O Rl A
ELON COLLEGE.
(Co-Eddcational.)
Delightfully situated in the hill
country.
Unsurpassed in healthfuness. Mod
ern in equipment. Steam Heat. Elec
tiic Lights. Bath.. Sewerage. With
all the advantages and none ot the dis
advantages of city lite.
An ideal institution toi the education
ol young men and young women with
twenty-one jear3 of successtul history
behind it.
A High Grade College, whose gradu
ates are admitted without examination
to the graduate departments Ot the
great (Jniveisities.
IQll Maintains also, Music, Art, Expres-
, iii. N sion, Commercial, and freparatory De
n : We partments.
if our Courses leading to Degrees. .
Special Normal Courses lor Teach
ers, approved and endorsed by fctate
Superintendent Joj ner.
Teims modei-ate $182.00 to $187.00
per session of tea months. .
For Catalogue or other .intormation,
address, (mentioning this paper,)
W. A. HAKl'EK, President,
Elon College, N. C.
S
ALE OF LAND
TITION.
FOR PAR-
Under authority ot an order of sale
by the Superior Court ot.Orange Conn
ie in Special proceedings entitied
JeSse Johnson and Wife and Others vs.
Henry Kirkland and Wife and Others,
I will sell, at public auction to the
highest bidder at the 2ourt house door
in Hillsborov on Monday, July S, 19ll,
12 o'clock, noon, upon the terms stated
below, the following tracts of land, of
which - Nelson Kirkland died seized
and possessed :
The First Tract, bounded on the
North by the second tract, on the East
by the lands ol George Freeland.'On
the soiub by John .Kirkland, and on
tbe West by Green Kirkland, and con
taining Twenty-Five . Acres, more or
less : " V i
The Second Tract, bounded oil the
North oy the lands of Udie Turrentine,
on the East by George Freeland. on
the Sotith by the rst tract, on-the
West by Green -Jbreeland," and contain
Ing abjdt 30 Acres ; both trauts being
in Chapel Hill Township; near Black
wood. Sale for division among the heirs of
Nelson Kirkland.
TERlflSOne-half , Cash, and one
half in 12 months, witih interest on de
ferred payment, and right in purchaser
to anticipate the same.
This June 1, 1911.
FRANK NASH,
Commissioner.
See advertisement of mortgvje
tsaVof land a! Efland, by G. M.
Kirkpatriok, mortgages.
A-D READF D t W O UN D
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty
nail, -fireworks, or ot any other na
ture, demands prompt treatment
with'Bucklen's AroioavSale to pre-
vent blood poison or gangrene - Its
the "quickest, Barest healer lor all
such wounds as also for Burn,
Boils' Sores, Skin Eruptions, Ecze
ma, Chapped Hands, . Corns or
Piles. 25c at V. A. Hayes' drug
store. ' .
v .6 V':' r
Most famity trees require' a , lot of
whitewash to keep ibe insects off :
i-F S Rextnf d , 6 1 N e w York
Life Bid g., Kausas Cily, Mo, says.:
"I had a severe attack ot a cold
which settled in my back and kid-'
neys and I vasMn great pain f)bm
mv trouble. A Ixiend recommend.
ed Foley KidneyPill and I used.
tfo bottles of them and. they hye
done, me a world of. good.'" ... For
sale by all Druggists...
-'. O T'J.. "' '.
A joker's k ea of a good joke is
one that is on the other fellow.
Chllapn Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S ,
O ASTORIA
Pills
What They Will Do for Ydu
They will cureyour backache
strengthen yotir kidneys, . cor
rect urinary irregularities, build
np the worn out tissues, arid
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health and
Itrengthv Refuse substitutes.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
rjHEORTH CAROLINA STATE
NORMAL AND INDUS-
TRIAL COLLEGE V
Maintained by the State for the
Women 'of North Carolina. , Five
regular Courses leading to Degrees"
Special Courses for 'teachers. Free
tuition 'to those who agree ' to be
come teachers jn thfl - St2fifi jfc
Session begins September it',"J.i.rvV
For catalogue and other information
address v
JULIUSt. FOrjST, ,
President, Greensboro, NTX ,
pXECUTOfei'
SALE OF LANf
FOR DIVISION.
Under authority contained in the-
last will and testament ol James Mc-'
Adams and in an order of th Superior
Court ot Orange Oounty in Special
Proceedings entitkrrl D. C. McAdams
ana ?. W. Pickett, Ekecutois ot James
Mc Adams vs. Margaret C. Gray anci
others, the undersigned will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder,1
on Monday, July 10, 1911, 12 o'clock
noon, at the place and upon the terms
stated below, the following tracts of
land :
. The First Tract, in Cedar Grove
Township, Orange County, bounded on
the North by the lands ot G. H. & W
M. McAdams, on the East by Levi Mc-
Adams, on the South by J. W Pickett
and others, and , on the West by said
Jamea McAdams' home place, hereto
fore conveyed by hire to Josephine
McAdams, (his daughter.) containing
160 v cres, more oi' less, and known as
the FoTrest tract.
The Second Tract in Pleasant Grove
Township, Alamance Coutity, on the
waters ot Stag Creek, bounded on the
North by the lands of Sidney Baynes'
heir.s, on the East by Levi Whitted's
heir3, on the South by William Ward
and others, and on the West by Pres
ton Vincent's heirs, and containing
loo Acres, more or less.
Sale made tor division, among the
devisews of James McAdams. and sub
ject to confirmation by the Court.
Time of sale, Monday, July 10, 1911.
Place of sale, on the Alamance tract,
near Cross Roads Church.
Terms of sale : One-half cash and
one-halt in 6 menths, with interest,
on deferred payment and right in pur
chaser to anticipate payment.
This June 1st, 1911. I
, D. C. Mc DAMS,
. .). W. PICKWTT,
Executors and Commissioners.
JORTGAGE SALE OF LAND-
By virtue of powers of sale contained
in two mortgages executed , to me by
Arthiir Watson and Rebecca Watson
his wife; gee ftlortjjage Book 36, page
564, and Book 37, page 58, I will tell to
the highest bidder at public auction,
for cash, at the court house door in
Hillsboro, on Saturday, July 22, 1911,
12 o'clock noon, a lot of land In Efland.
adjoining the . N. C. R. R. and A. B.
Riley. Beginning' at a, stake near the
switch light on - said , R. R., thence
North 290 feet to a stake, . thence .West
parallel with said R. R. 150 feet to a
stake, thence South 290 feet to the R.
R., thence 150 feet East along the R. R
to the beginning. t
Sale to' satisfy mortgage and cost.
This June 20, 1911.
G. M. KIUKPATRICK,
Mortgagee.'
Owing to a cold late Spring we find that we have
over-bought on WHITE
carry them "bver, we have
to hern in order to make
This is not a hot air
hard luok story, but just
ness proposition. We simply have more of these
goods than we are willing
'chance to profit thereby.
We will make a out of
through the whole line
GOODS.' This means that
piece of goods for 24 cents
cents, and so on.
This sale of
WHITE DRESS koODS
will last for ten whole days
yon. uo you neea any vv
If so, call within the
them. It costs yon nothing to look.
Samples mailed on application.
Please 'mention this advertisement token oSi calL
H. W; & JV G. WEBB;
HILLSBORO, IS ,
GOODS and rather thara
decided to pot the knife
them move quick.
advertisement, nor is It a
a plain ont and but busi
to carry, and yours is the
20 per cent, right Netraiglit
of WHITE DRES5S
yon cau bay a 30 cents
; a 25 cents piece for 20
5. t
no Idnger. It is np to
uitju LKUiSfi wuujjsj r
next ten days and inspect
A Charming Woman" -
Is one who is lovely in face, form;
mind md temper. But it' ia hard
fof a wonfn t.ot'.b,e charming with
out health. , A .weak, sickly woman
will be nervoos and irritable. - Con
stipation apd kidney poisons show
in pimples blotches, fkin eruptions
and a Twrelched. comblsxion - But
Electric Bitters always prove a god-
sptid to women who want health.
beanty and friend. They regulate
StomachiXier-and Kidneys, purify -the
blood: cive it rone nerve.
bright eyeH, pure breath, smooth,
velvety skin, lovely complexion and
perfect health. Try them, 50c at
W. A. Hayes' drug store. , '
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The chief secret ot comfort lies in
not allowing trifles to ver u?. -
Suarp. '
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Middle . Aged and Elderly
- People
Use FoleyRidhey Pdl for quick
and permanent results in all oases nf
kidney- and bladder troubles, ai d
for painfal and annoying irregulari
ties. or salejby all Diuggists..
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'People who shy last what ihey
think are more nomerous than pop
ular. - r, , ;
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The unform success that' has at
tended tt e use of Chamberlain's
Colic Cbolera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy has. made it a favorite every
where. It can always be depended
upon. forale by all JJealers.
o-
The man with a single idea cor-
tainlv- must he a confirmed bachelor.
Succeed wheb everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses-they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
it is the beet medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter
Sold by W.' A. If A YES, Druggi6t.
-" i ! - - .
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE BAiC OF ORANGE, AT
HILLSBORO, IN TH K STATE OF
NORTH CAROLINA, AT - THE
CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE
7TII, 101L ' : :j-: '- ' i'f
- - . r . - - -' -v. ; 1 ; -..-;
RKSODRCES.
Loans and Discdu n ts." " ,
Furniture and Fixtures,
Demand Loans, .-
$100,142.13,
1,412.07
10.000.00
D uelrom Batfksh tf Bah kefis; 7,385.05
OoM C6in, v I - " 70.00
Silver Coin; includinij all mi
nor coin urrie.7, . "1,642.7
Niitional Ban k' v Notes 1 and . '
other U. Sv Notes, v : 2,467.00
Total,
f 140,061.C9
.Liabilities.
Uipltal Stock paid in, - $10,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur-
s rent expenses and taxes
paid, 7,918.24
Dividends unpaid. , . 54.00
rime certihtates ot lenosit, 59,693.80
Derjosits subject to cheek, 62,395.65
Totals $140,061.69
State or iMortn Carolina.! Countv of
Orange, I, Paul C. Collins, Cashier ot
the. above-named Bank, do j solemnly
swear that tb.e, above sttement is true
to tne Dest or -my knowledge and buliel.
f . c. Collins, Cashier. ,
.ubseribed and sworn to hpforp. mo
this 12th day of June, 1911.-
Charlks STRAYHORN,'
Clerk of the Superior Court
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Correct-Attest
J. C. Webb. - ' H
Geo. A DuRftAsr, Directors.
S. Strudwick 1 .1
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OTATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
O orange County, t
Superior Court, May 22, 1911v
NOTICK OP PUBLICATION.
Chailes Johnston
Augustus Johnston, v; V
The above-named defendant, Au
gust us Johnston, will; take notice that
a pro eedinjr. entitled sis above has
been commenced in the Superior Court
ot orange County tor the purpose ot
obtaining an order to e' I real estate
(or division ot the proceeds, and the
defendant will further take notice that
he is required to appeal at the office
of the Clerk of the superior Court of (
Orange Counts ;at Hillsboro. N. C. on
Saturday the 24th day. of J une, 1911;
and an-wer or demur-to the complaint
filed, or, plaintiff will apply lor the re
lief demanded in said complaint.
CHARLES STRAYHORN, i.
Clerk of the superior Court
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