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- THE GLEANER
GRAHAM, N. C., Feb. 23, 1911.
Offloa open 7.00 a. m. to 7.00 p. m.
Sunday 9.00 to 11.00 a. m and 4.00 to 9.00 p. m
HBENAN HUGHES, Postmaster.
Preachlng Every Hunday a. m. and p. m.
Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening.
Sunday Sch >ol 9:46 a. m.—C. B. Irwin, Bupt.
Yau are cordially Invited to oome to all
thaaa services and bring your friends.
8. W. OLDHAM, Pastor.
M. E. Chulch South.
Pretotalng every Sunday morning, and
Prayer meeting every Thursday svenlng.
"Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.—W. B. Qreen,
Services Ist, 2nd and 3rd Sundays Morning
and Nixht. Everybody invited,
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Wm. Bay, ttupt.
Preaching services fvery Sunday morning
Sunday School at 9:46 a. m. Moßrlde Holt
Superintendent. Prayer meeting every,
Wednesday evening. A cordial welcome
for all. E. 0. MURRAY, Pastor.
Mr. Raleigh Floyd, the blind
piano tuner of Durham, is in town
—The Daughters of the. Confeder
acy will meet with Mrs.C. C. Tomp
; ' son at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
—Mr. Jas. E. Watson has opened
a grocery store at the old stand on
North Maple St., formerly occupied
by C. D. Moore. ~
—Mr. Simmons, representing the
W. R. Murray Co., of Durham, was
here the first of the week delivering
pianos to purchasers.
—Mrs. Jerry A. Webster was car
ried to Greensboro yesterday for
hospital treatment. Her husband
—Mr. Heenan Hughes carried
Mrs. Hughes to Asheville Tuesday
for recuperation. It is hoped she 1
will be greatly benefitted. t 1
—The cold wave that has had the '
country —North and South -by the
throat for the past few days can be
charged up to the ground-hog.
—Mr. S. M. Pickard has sold his 1
meat market to Mr. Clarence Walker 1
aud Messrs. Will and Walter An- 1
drews are running the business -
—What has become of the fire
house and town hall proposition?
We understand a location has not '
been secured. Can't something be ;
done along this line? That it is '
needed cannot be denied.
—"Grandfathers' Mistake" is the ,
name of a play which will be given
at the Opera House tonight by the ,
/ pupils of the Graded School. It is ,
for the benefit of the Debating
Society of the school.
Drug Co. is making
(_ an interesting proposition to their
customers for the next thirty days.
4 They will give away one day's cash ■
sales—something unusual. See
ad elsewhere which explains the
proposition fully. They will treat
you right and keep all promises (
made to their patrons,
—Dr. P. H. Fleming, County
Supt. of Schools, requests us to state
that he will not be in his office Sat
urday and Monday. He left Tues
day for Dayton, Ohio, to attend the ,
annual meeting of the Educational
Board of the American Christian
N Convention of which he has been a
member for a number of years.
—Mrs. W. C. Tripp ori last Fri- j
day night at the Vestal Hotel pro
yided a very unique and delightful ,
entertainment for the pupils of the
Tenth Qrade of the Graded School.
It was after the manner of a picnic. ,
The rooms were decorated in wood
land effect and the refreshments j
were taken in ' picnic style. The (
young people enjoyed the occasion
immensely. * I
Graham to Improve Streets.
A bill has been drawn and *p- I
proved by the Town Commissioners, 1
looking to borrowing 110,000 to do
street improvement work. In the
bill a commission to have the work
done and handle the funds is named
and consists of Messrs. H, W. Scott, :
Chas. P. Harden, Dr. W. R. Goley, (
A. Lacy Holt and J. Clarence ,
Walker. In joint meeting the Town ,
Commissioners and Street Commis
sion will designate the streets to be
improved, after which the work will ;
be under the sole control of the
High School Debating CodtesL
At Chapel Hill Friday (tomor- .
row) night a public debate will be |
held between representatives of ;
Graham Iliglj School and of Chapel (
Hill High School. The query is: j
Resolved that United States Sen*-
tors should be elected by popular :
* vote. Graham has the affirmative. 1
Several of the students and some of
the teachers will go down tomorrow
to attend the debate. Here's wishing
the Graham representativee success.
The Hal. B. Mebane Residence j
apply to Chaa. A. Scott. 4 1
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CoL J. A. Long spent yesterday
Mrs. Ella S. Vincent, of Mebane,
was here Tuesdsy.
Mr. Lacy Moore, of Washington,
D. C., spent yesterday here.
Mrs. E. S. Parker, Jr., spent
Tuesday in Greensboro.
Mr. Jas. P. Smith left Monday for
Selma, Ala., on bußines.
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker spent
last night in Greensboro. 1
Mr. S. G. Morgan, of Mebane, was
in town Monday afternoon.
Miss Mary Foster left the latter
part of last week for Baltimore.
Miss Annie Browning spent Sat
urday and Sunday at her home in
Dr. J. Mel. Thompson went to
Raleigh yestsrday to-,attend the Tri-
State Medical Association..
Miss Kerr Mebane, of Mebane, is
visiting at the home of her brother,
Mr. Jas. K. Mebone.
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Barefoot, of
Swepsonville, left for Richmond,
Va., yesterday to spend a few days.
Mr. J. V. Simms, of the Evening
Times, Raleigh, spent Tuesday as
the guest of Mr. Junius H. Harden.
Mr.E.S.Parker, Jr., spent the lat
ter part of last week in Greensboro
attending to business in the Superi
Junius Parker, Esq., of New York,
was here Saturday and Sunday visi
ting at the home of his father, Capt.
E. S. Parker.
Miss Annie Harden returned on
Monday last to Raleigh where she
will make her home with her bro
ther, Mr. John W. Harden.
Mr. Heenan Hughes returned
from Hot Springs last Friday. He
is entirely free of rheumatic pains
and says he never felt better.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith, ol Ral
eigh, were visitors at the home here
of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. P. Smith, the latter part of last
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey White
went to Lancaster, S. C., Tuesday to
spend a few days with the former's
uncle, Capt. Sam'l. E. White, who
celebrated his 76th birthday yester
Miss If v.jd Andersen of Albe
marle, in school at Greensboro Fe
male College, spent from Friday till
yesterday at Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Simmons' visiting her aunts, Misses
Lillie and Mary Carter.
Among the Sick.
Mr. Robt. L. Walker returned last
Thursday from the Sanatorium at
Salisbury. He is very much im
Master Michael Holt Kernodle re
turns this afternoon from the Stokes-
Whitehead Sanatorium, Salisbury,
where he has been for three weeks.
He has been greatly benefited.
Mrs. A. K. Hardie entertained
a few friends Wednesday.
Miss Jane Ray Kernodle enter
tained the young Ladies Club
Tuesday afternoon. Mesdames
J. J. Barefoot, W. E. Walker
A. K. Hardie and Eugene Hunter
were gueste of honor.
A lady or lady and daughter to
take charge of the cooking and
house-keeping for cotton mill own
ers and office force. Address P,
care ALAMAHOE GLEANER, Graham,
Almost a Fire.
The fire whistle sounded about
half past six Tuesday morning,
caused by what for a few minutes
threatened to be a fire at Dr. W. R.
Goley's. When the fire was started
in his cook room a lot of trash that
had been collected about the stove
pipe, where it went through the
ceiling, caught on fire. It waa put
out quickly, doing very little damage.
The Alamance Fair for 1911.
It having been demonstrated that
in order to make a fair a success
more time is required than can be
given by one or more men whose
energy is required in attending to
other business. This fact waa ap
parent to the officers of the Ala
mance Fair Association, hence Mr.
W. A. Hall, Preet, and Dr. R. A.
Freeman, fjec'y, pnt their heads to
gether and worked out a plan and
found competent men with ample
means and secured a proposition.
At a mee'ing of the stockholders the
plan was presented and Mess. Mc-
Bride Holt, R.A. Freeman and 8. H.
Webb were appointed a committee to
effect a lease which was made
for one year with the, privilege
of five. ' The lessees will hold the
fair under the auspices of the Ala
mance Fair Association and will
pay off accrued premiums.
The lessees have secured the ser
vices of Mr. Junius H. Harden, an
experienced fair man, and he is
alnwdy -in the field pushing the
work. He will get out the premium
list by May Ist, and will, leave noth
ing undone that will aid in making'
I the fair of 1911 a record-breaker. I
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Successful in its tenth season
i can be said of few plays but it
can be said truthfully of "HUMAN
HEARTS." A drama which pro
vides healthful recreation for the
public and which seems to instruct
while appearing in the form of
> amusement, is a boon to any com
munity. So many questionable
forms of amusement are thrust
upon the public, the young and
old alike find much in this beauti
ful living story to think over and
enjoy long afterwards. Rich in
incident, in its variety of charac
ters, in its stage sittings, it is one
of the few attractions of great
merit on the road. The specta
tor is carried into the delightful
atmosphere of life in the hills of
Arkansas- The trouble which
falls upon simple folk of the Lo
gan Farm, reminds one of the
line- - "The Trail of The Serpent"
WAIT. The author has struck
many true notes in this play an d
the weU chosen cast blend their
harmonies ( with fine effect.
It is with pleasure that Mana
ger announces "HUMAN HEARTS"
at the Montwhite, Thursday
The advance sale opening at
Alamance Pharmscy the usual
time in advance. Regular prices
Mr. Rufus G. Aldridge, aged 74
years, died at his home in Pleasat
Grove township the early part of Sat
urday night, 18th inst. His re
mains were laid to rest in the cem
eterv at McCray Sunday afternoon.
Rev. 0. J. Denny conducted the fu-,
neral services. Deceased was a sub
stantial farmer and a very highly es
teemed citizen. He is survived by
his widow and five children, two
sons and three daughters.
Mr. Wm. J. Fitch, one of the
county's most estimable citizens,
died last night at his home in Pleas
ant Grove township, near Long's
Chapel, of pneumonia after about
two week's sickness. Ho was 09
years of age and is survived by his
widow, and two sons and one daugh
ter —Dr. W. E. Fitch, of New York,
Mr. Chas. M. Fitch, and Mrs. Thos.
R. Blanchard. The interment takes
place this afternoon at Union Ridge.
. W*y Thurs
day night at her home at Haw River,
aged 65 years. Her remains were
interred here on Saturday.
' A J
Mrs. Jacob Tickle died on the
14th inst. at her home near Elon
College, aged 54 years. The re
mains were interred at Frieden's
cemetery. Deceased was an excel
lent woman and is survived by her
husband and several children who
mourn the loss of a faithful wife
Mr. Julian Yancy Holt died Tues
day morning at Mebane, aged 58
years, after two weeks' illness. He
leaves a widow and five children
two sons and three daughters. De
ceased was a son of Alfred Holt, de
ceased, who was a brother of Mr.
L. Banks Holt, and was a good
Pythian Oyster Supper.
The oyster supper served by the
Pythians in their hall last Friday
night waa an all round success. Mr.
J. Jj. Scott, Jr., presided. Mr. Mc-
Bride Holt made the welcome ad
dress which was responded to b>
Mr. 0. F. Crowson, of Burlington.
Other speeches were made by Dr.
E. C. Murray, Mayor J. 8. Cook and
Mn H. W. Scott. The gentleman
who presided pronounced them
"gems." A larg number of ladies
graced the occaaion, also a number
of Pythians from Burlington and
visitors from Haw River. The eve
ning was a most enjoyable one.
For Sale or Rent
7-room house, newly papered, for
sale or rent. Apply to Green 4
McClure Furniture Co.
Pure blooded brown leghorn
chickens. Come early.
HissiST Lota, Graham.
TN Ml* Labor, TFAM MD
Ma—y xfc— ymm hy !■»»■
wtL Ttu kfad that wa MO.
We issue one of die best and
most complete of Farm Imple
ment Catalogs, k gives plicae,
descriptions and much interest
information. Mailed free upon
We aie headquarters for
V. CAmf and other IMH Wlra
r«octatf. larik Wbs. PsaMrjr
Write for Descriptive Oatalof and
prices om say supplies or Fans Im
plements you require.
Tbe Implement Co.
1302 Kilt Main St,
mOHMOND| • • VWQiiAt
Once again the Ladies' Aid and
' Missionary Society of Graham Pres
' byterian church is called to mourn
the loss of a beloved member in the
death of Mrs. C. 8. D. Pomeroy.
Aire. Pomeroy, during all her life in
[ Graham, was a most active and ef
ficient member of this Society, but
failing health for the past two years
kept her from regular attendance on
' its meetings. Her interest in the
work of the society, forever, was un
failing and her contributions were
continued to the end.
llers was a sweet and gentle spir
it, and her life was one of service
1 to God and man.
Her memory must ever.be an in
spiration to the members of this so
Therefore be it resolved:—
1. "That she being dead yet
speaketh" and though she" rests from
, her labors her works do follow her."
2. That to her relatives and many
friends, here and elsewhere,
we offer our deepest sympathy in
this sad dispensation of Providence.
3 That we record these resol utinns
, in our minute book and send them
to the ALAMANCE GLEANER and
Presbyterian Standard for publica
MRS. E. C. MURRAY,
Chairman of Committee.
Our Father having called to his
heavenly home our beloved hon
orary member, Mrs. E. C. Mebnne,
we, the Ladies' Aid and Mission
ary Society of Grab am Presby
terian church, desire to pay an
affectinate trioute to the sin
v gularly lov?ly character and
beautiful Christian life of our
dear friend. And we do hereby
, 1. That in her death we lost
one who was active in good works
and of whom it could be truly said,
1 "None knew her but to love her,
None named her but to praise."
!i. That we extend onr inscerest
sympathy to her loved ones and
wide circle of friends in their
3. ' That a copy of these reso
lutions be inscribed in ourininute
book, and that they be sent to
the ALAMANCE GLEANER and
Presbyterian Standard for pub
£lrs. E. C. MURRAY,
„ r . f!h|Jrm«,l,/iC'^ f>rn nnttee.
In the Superior Court,
March Term, 1011.
Serrlee by Publlcaton.
J. M. Leath,
Tb«defendant above named will take no
tice than an notion entitled ss above ha*
been commencod in the Kuperlor Court of
Alamance Countv for the purpose of dissolv
ing the bonds of matrimony between the
plaintiff and the defendant for leiral camel;
and the defendant will further take notice
t bat she Is required to appear at t be term of
tb e Superior Court of said connty to be held
on the first Monday In March. Mil, at the
court house In said county, atOrabsm, N. 0.,
and answeror demur to tne complaint In said
aiUon, or tbe plaintiff will apply to the
Court far' tb* relief demanded In tbe oom
1 plaint «
'1 his tbe 4th darof February, 10 I.
J. 1). KKKNODLK, C. S. C.
HaTlnc qualified as administrator of the
estate or Mary Watllogton, deoeaaed, tbls Is
to notify all persons holding claims against
tbe estate of tbe deoedent to present them
on or before tbe DOth day of Feb. itIS, duly
authenticated, or this notice will be plea lea
In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebt
ed to bald estate will please make Immediate
settlement. Tula Feb. 10. lull.
U. JUNIUS KKKNODLK, Adm'rSnf
Mary Watllngum, dee'd.
ltfcb #t. Klou v. oi lege, N. C.
UNDER MORTGAGE t
Under and by virtue of the power of anle
contained In a Mortgage Deed eaecuted by
Slllar Wellington and Mary Wellington
to tbe undersigned tbe on lath day of Jan
uary. Ittu, ana duly recorded In tbe office
of lue lteglsterof Dee «of Alamance county.
In record of IMortgagea and Deeds of
I No. 44, pages 4 to t. 1 Will offer for sale
at public outcry to tbe highest bidder for
oasb, at tbe court bouse door In Graham, Al- j
amende county, N. 0., on
SATURDAY, MARCH 18th, 1911,
at If o'clock M , a certain tract or parcel of
land sltaau In Boon station township, Ala
mance oounty, Worth Carolina, near (Halpee
iVlton Mills, adjoining tbe lands of Sam
Hughes. Joeepb Hughes, H. J. hartln and
others, and bounded as follows: Beginning
st a stone. Martin's corner on Joe Hughes 1
line, Hs. Bee Worth with said Haghae' line
14 74 rode to a stone, corner with Joe Hugbee
on Hem Hugbee' line, theme Weei with nam
Hugbee' lloe 11 1-4 rods to an apple tree,
oorner, Ib-noeHooUi with Sam Hugbee'line
to a (tone eomer with, bartln's line It 7 s
rods, thane* Jtast with aakl Berlins line
111-1 rode to lee beginning, oonlalolag one
acre, more of leea.
THIS lead la to be (Old to aatlefy tbe pay
ment of a eertaln n Is bearing even date
with said mortgage. /
Tbls IMb day of Feb'y, 1M I.
JOHN T. KKKNODLK.
1 .. Mortgagee.
Under and by virtue of tbe Power of Sele
contained In a oerteln Mortgage Deed sis
eutedontbe 4U> day of November. Its', by
Lemuel Klrkpatrtck sod his wife, The us
K Irkpatnek, to tbe undersigned mortgagees,
to secure tlse payment of a bond therein de
scribed, tbe game being of raoord la ofloe
Register of Deeds for Alamance county. X.
C., la Book Mo. 4( of Mortgage Deedsat peges
4* to 47, tbe undersigned will sell to tbe bgb
eet bidder for oaeb, at tbe Court Couse floor
la said Aiamanee oounty, at NOON, on
SATURDAY, MARCH, 18,1911,
tbe following real estate, to-wit-
A traet of land In Alamance oounty ad
joining tbe lands of William vooda, tbebelrs
of tbe late Carrie Johnston, tbe beire of J as.
f Albright, and otners and containing at acree
I "TSW o property will he sold to 'atlsfy tbe
1 debt seeured by aaid mortgage Oead whlca is
long past due, tbs same being second mort
! gage, a first mortgage upon which taere Is
now doe end ootefaed'ng about 00, being
BOW bald by Farto ft Jeffrie*. aadtbe (ale to
be made U sub>eet to the rlghte at said first
"Thlf tSs Ilk day of Feb, ML
J. N. W ABMB.I, W. 0. WAkUKE* Bad
E. W. VIMCKNT, Farmer*. Mortgagrwr
For Sale. " 7~
The U&l. B. Mebane Residence
l apply to CbM. A. Scott.
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Wffl Help You
To R*faln Your Strength
Report of th* Hea.4 f hyslclan in
a Leading New York Hospital
on the Cure of Catarrh.
"A few years apo we considered that
we were aolnp well tf we cured ten per
cent, of the cases of catarrh brougiii
to us, but since the Introduction of
"Bloodino" Into our hospital we cure |
more than 90 per cent, of all the cases
of Catarrh In Its various forms brought
to us. • Catarrh of the Head, Catarrh
of the Eves, Catarrh of the Bladder
and Uretha, Catarrh of the large in
testines, Catarrh of the Larynx, Pelvir
Catarrh, Catarrh of the Throat,, and
Catarrh of tho Stomach are quickly
cured with "Bloodlne." It builds rv:w
tissues, gives new energy, new life,
new blooa and blrength to any part of
the body attacked by tho Catarrha!
Bloodlne is a powerful tonio, nour
ishing food medicine, composed ol
valuable tonlo stimulants obtalneo
from vegetable drugs. "Bloodmu'
contains no narcotics or other danger
ous drugs"whlch merely deaden pair
temporarily, but give no permanent
relief orcuro thecause of your disease. I
"Bloodlne Is a powerful body buildor ■
and blood maker; It Is the best remedy
known to the medical profession to
•nrlch thin, watery blooa and supply
Daw, rich red blood to the whole body. ,
FREE - To prove the wonderful
Merits of BLOODINIS we will mall a
large sample bottle for 10 cents In sU
ver or stamps for postage.
Address. THB BLOODINK COKPOIIATIOM, BRETON, Mass.
Sold by GRAHAM DRUG CO* Graham. N. C. I
To Make ALongTail Short
we are selling some remarkably fine
suits at prices that are cut close and
to the cost line. We don't pretend to
I lose money on these suits, but at cost.
i • ■
! Our profit margin hardly casts a
THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER,
Main St GRAHAM, N. C.
. Subscribe for The Gleaner
i NOKTII CAHOI.IJfA—
, Alamance County.
' In tbe Huperior Court,
Before the Clerk.
J. L. Hoott, Jr., Admr. of Musan Hancock,
r ...: •>
- William Hancock and bis wife, and tbe hetrs
> generally ofnuusn Hancock. Defendant*.
! Tbe defendante above named, a* the heirs
L at law of Huaan llaocock deceased, will take
( notice that a social proeaadlnc has ijoen
aiaaeniiei before the i lerk of tae Huperior
! Court of Alamance count/, wherein the salii
piamtiif is ask In# fur an order of said >otirt
' For the sale of tne lands of the lete Husan
: Itanoock for tbe purpose of niakine to
. par the rsm»lnlnf outataudln# debts of the
aetata of his Intestate.
' Aad tha said Uefandants will further take
' notice that tber are required to apnear at
the office of tbe said Clerk of tba (fcort of
; Alamance county. North Carolina, on the
1 (7th day of Kel,ru.rr. mil, and answer to the
Conplsint wblcb will be deposited IB tbe
o«ee of toe said Clerk on or before said dar.
or the plaintiff will appl; to the Cosrt for ti.e
relief desaandad In aatd oomplalnt.
w,^d*'iFi& c .».c
Notice of Land Sale
Under and br ertue of ao order of the Su
perior tjotsrt of Atamauoe Count/ made In a
special prrMeedlag to which tbe
of Milton M. Thompeon, deoeaaed, were duly
oonatltuted p.rtlee, tae aoderslcnedeommls
sloaer will, on
SATURDAY, FEB., 25th„ 1911
at 1 o'clock, p- m., at the Court House door
la Uiaham, Nortn Carolina, "Oar for sale to
the bl«be*t bidder lor cash tbe following de
scribed land, to wit: L/laff and Mine la the
- County of Alamance, Mate of North Caro-
I Una. Tbompeon Township, adjolnlnff tbe
. lands of J. Bed lord Tboupeoa, J. K. Newlln
i and others, and Iwunded as follows;
Beylnolnf at a 11. 0.. corner with said New-
I 118, ninnlßS tbenoa, 6.tt chains to a W. >.,
I curaer with said Newlln; theooe nAu obalns
- to a rock, corner with said Newlln; theuoe
I West ».10 chains U) s rock In Motes Creek.
I corner with said Newlln; taence up Mid
> creek s. It oleanders to a rock, corner with
I said Thorn peon in said Newlln line; thence
noulh St .lefrees Weat chains to tbe be«la
nlßa, coataininif thirty flveaiMl Bva-teßiha
I (* t 10l acres, tnore or leis.
The same beln* ihe land ooneeyad by John
AlvlsTbompwn and others to Milton M.
Thorn peon, October »th. ltm, and wtitch was
uwoedbr said Milton M. Tbompaoa till the
' time of bla death.
'fiirmiot Sale: Cash.
.; a ' - '
HALF CENT COLUMN.!
• Advertisement* will ba Inserted under thu
' beading it one-naif of a oent ■ word for nub
insertion No »d. Inserted for less than 10 ols.
, Oount your word* and Mod ouo with orler.
, Bacb Initial or aWjiwnatlon oounu a woid.
HOUSES and loU for rent. Ap
ply to W. J. Nicks.
—Hello, Central ! Give me Pick
ard's meat market. I want a first
class piece of meat and I know
where to get it fresh and right.
SCHOOL BOOKS —A full sup
ply of all kinds, also school sup
nliex, miscellaneous books and ita
lonery at C. K. Neese's, Burlington
The Hal. B. Mebane Hoeidenet
apply to Chas. A. Scott.
FOLEY 'S EDM MLS
■ for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irrefolasltfiak
Foley's Kidney Pilla purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor* SsbiMsaMHk
For Sale by all Druggists
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(To Cure a Cold in One Day j^l
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Z oam?!
h v> Mwt o«. M TT>fa signatoi^^>^^v^lp^a3^
Save Your Sales Checks
They May be Worth A CIV
Their Face Value In v/UU
we arc Headquarters
DRUGS, PATENT .
This ofTer is for the thrity days ending March 23rd, 1911. At th*
end of that period we shall select a day, and all who have bought
anything from us on. that day can bring the sales of their
We Will Give Them Their
ITmakns no difference what you buy, how much or how little, the
amount you spend with us on the day selected will be refunded to you.
We Are Giving Away a Whole
To make more people acquainted with us, our
store and manner ol doing business, as well as
THE QUALITY ol our goods, SPECIAL PRICES
will prevail on many things.
SAVE YOUR SALES CHECKS
Graham Drug Co.
OUR ADVERTISEMENT . •|
_JIEU-n points ths way to better oosL But
unless you heed our ad rice and sag*
V, I gestions and place your order, how
|)|| |5*S \ 1 are we to help you further?' Let us
1 #Y M^Sm/ 1/ 1 I I delivers few tons ty you today.
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.HOME iGE~J FUEL CO.
GRAHAM, N. C.
aggf Headquarters for all .
kinds Fresh, New Crop
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J. C. SIMMONS, Prop'r.
&-r TJie Cosy Corner
Of a comfortable home is where all furnishings combine to form a har
monious effect that will please the eye and rest the bodj. To
produee this sensation of attraction attractive furniture of .
artistic design must be displayed. For this tea- «■ ||
we desire to call your attention to
the remarkable stock we
are now offering.
It is attractive in price, in finish, in design, and the best
made and most durable we have ever handled. Make
your selection now while yqu have a wide choice. You
will never regret it. : : : : il
GREEN & McCLURE FURNITURE CO.
GRAHAM, N. C