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GRAHAM, N. 0., May 16,1018.
Offlo op*a 7.00 a. m. tol.oo p. m.
•outlay MO IoIIjOO a. m. and 4.00 to M 0 p. m
J. M. McOBACKJEN, FoMmaater.
.(ttilNO EAST —
No. 112 (mixed) due 1:45 a. m.
" 108 " 9:17 "
." 22 " 6:00 p.m.
QOINO WIST —
No. 11l (mixed) due a. m.
" 21 " 11:13
'« 139 £ 6:15 p.m.
All trains carry mail, aad Nos.
21, 22, 108 and 139 carry express.
+ LOCAL NEWS. +
—The Graham ' Boy Soouts went
over in Guilford county last Satur
day afternoon on a camping expedi
tion and returned Sunday afternoon.
They report a very pleasant outing.
—lt is reported that Mr. V. S.
(Dal) Freelaud aad Miss Browning
of Haw River were quietly married
last Thursday night. Mr. Freelaud'%
Ijbome is in jGlraham township and a
Sittle less than two miles Northeast
V Graham. He has lots of friends
will wish him much.happiness.
" County Teachers' Institute.
.'The .Teachers' Institute opened
Monday (or a two Weeks' sesßion
And is being held at the Graded
School. Prof. Henry Hlghsfnith ot
Raleigh and Miss Susan Fulghum
ot Ooldsboro are conducting the
Institute. About 50 teachers are
Mrs. J. W. Woods Dies in California.
A telegram was recefajxi here Fri
day by Mrs. C. D. Stbdire announc
ing the sudden death of her sister
in-law, Mrs. J. W. Woods of San
Francisco, Cal. She visited here
aJbont three years ago and her friends
regret to hear of her death. She
was planning to visit friends here
again this summer.
Special at the Mexican.
The Woman and the Web on
Thttraday, May 23rd. This is our
new serial featuring Hedda Nova.
On Saturday, May 25, The Eagle's
Eye by Wm. J. Flynn, chief of the
U. S. Secret Service, featuring King
Baggot and Marguerite Snow. A
history of Germany's war
On Wednesday, May 29th, Heroic
France the greatest war picture
Sib of Meroz.
'The Sin of Meroz" will be the
theme at the Baptist church Sunday.
The text is as follows: "Curse ye
Meroz, said the angel of the Lord,
curfle ye bitterly the inhabitants
the help of the Lord, to the help of
the Lord against the v mighty".—
Judg. 6:23. »
Our aim is to show first, what the
sin of Meroz was. Then, secondly,
to point out some reasons for the sin
of Meroz. And lastly, to show thi
curse pronounced on Meroz. The
public is invited to all services. Sun
day school 9:45.
Rose of the World at the Mexican.
There is a very human role in
"Rose of the World" at the Mexican
Theatre, Saturday, in which Elsie
Ferguson iB starred. Wynham
Standing, aa Capt. Harry English, is
the husband of Miss Ferguson, as
Rosamond. He is reported killed in
battle, but inatead is captured and
held prisoner. In the meantime his
beautiful wife marries again, and to
save her pain and embarrassment he
bides his identity and poses as a
native. When he discovers that
Rosamond still loves him and that
she is being driven to madness by
her second husband he reveals him
sele and is reunited with hia wife.
Writes From France—Tells His
Mother About Red Cross and
Y. M. C. A.
We have been priviledged to read
a letter from Baron Poythress, a
Graham boy, to his mother, Mrs.
Poythreas, in Graham. Speaking of
these organizations, he says he
could write many pages and "not be
gin to tell half the good they are
doing." At all hours the rooms are
crowded and in charge of workers
fiom the States. He says the first
thing one Fees on the wail is "Have
you written your mother today?"
and that there few who do not write
every night. He says if it could be
realized the benefits the boys are re
ceiving the Y. M. C. A. would bp
appreciated a thousand times more.
That every dollar sent to either is
well snent and helps to put joy in
every l»eart. He says he is getting
along nicely and hopes it will not be
long before all are coming back to
Memorial Day Observed.
Memorial Day was fittingly ob
served here by the Graham U. D. C.
Chapter. In the morning wreathes
for the Confederate monument and
bouquets of floWers for the veterans'
. grave* were prepared byW number
of ladies of the Chapter, an\l at three
o'clock in the afternoon was a
procession of school chrfflren carry
ing flowen, and members of the
U. D. C., and this procession baited
and grouped itself around the Con
federate monument in the court
house square, where a short service,
consisting of prayers by Dr. T. M.
McConnell ana Rev. L. U. Weston
and several appropriate songs, wss
held, after which the benediction was
pronounced b> Rev. V. M. Swain,
and the wreathes were laid around
the monument and flowers strewn
around the base by the 6hildreb ;
then both the cemeteries were visited
and each veteran's grave decorated.
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MihS Dora Cooke is visiting her
sister at Haw River.
Mr. and Mrs. ltalph .Long of
WinstonTSalem spent Sunday hfte.
Miss Mary E. Jaines of Pottsville,
Penn., is visiting Mrs. W.I. Ward.
Mr. J. B. Summers of Boon Sta
tion township was in town yesterday.
Mr. M. A. Gibson of Mebane, R.
F. D. No. 6, was in town yesterday.
Mr. Edwin D. Scott returned today
from a business trip to Little Hock,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huntpr of
Winston-Salem are spending the day
Miss Josephine Thoma9 left Mon
day night for New York City ~to visit
Mrs. C. B'. Irwin of Fayet'teville
arrived today for a visit among
Mrs. T. M. McConnell left to-day
tot Morristown, Tenn., for a visit
Mrs Phil. Carleton and little
Misses Emma White and Jane spent
last Friday here.
Mr. E. S. Parker, Jr., left Wed
nesday night for Washington on a
Miss Jessie Phillips returned yes
terday afternoon ftom the Asheville
Miss Louise Moss of Henderson
apent the first of the week here
with Mrs. T. M. McConnell.
Mr. and Mrs. L Brown McKoy of
Charlotte spent Sunday with the let
ter's sister, Mrs Wm. E. White
Mrs. R. Jews Mebane and children
of Greensboro ure visiting her
parents Col. and Mrs. J. A. Long.
Mr. J. D. Kernodle, Jr., stationed
at Camp Jackson, left Sunday for
Columbia after a furlough of 20 days,
Jones of Winston-
Salem, representing the Raleigh
News and Observer, was here yes
terday. , .
Mrs. J. L. Scott, Jr., Mr. John
Scott and Misses Mary Weeks and
Blanche Scott spent Monday in
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Norwood of
St. Louis, Mo., spent the week-end
with the former's sister, Mrs. A. K.
Mrs. A. R. Webster is leaving to
day for Richmond, Va, to spend
some time with her husband,.Mr. A.
Miss Blanche Newman of, Elon
College spent Saturduy and Sunday
here with her graudparehts, Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. H. Clendenin.
Misses Helen Brown of Chapel
Hill and Olivia Cox of Wintersville,
both of whom taught in the Graded
School, left Monday for their homes.
Mrs. Alfred Tuompson, njw of
Chester, Pa., is here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Kzell.
Mr. Thompson spent the latter part
of lost week here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Ward, Mrs.
John J. Henderson and Miss Mary
E. James spent Wednesday in Lum
berton They made the trip through
Miss Mary Week»--of Scotland
Neck who has here
this past session u£ ctlonß ,li"g two
weeks with Miss li be
fore returning homf^^^\
Prof. J. B. RofertnoaJ 1 «ow of
Concord and Silpt. of Schools of Ca
barua county, was in Graham a short
while" yesterday shaking hands with
old friends who were glad to see him.
Mr. J. Dflph Long spent the
week-end in Stonewall, N. C. Mrs.
Long and Matter George returned
Mond iy morning with him from a
visit of several weeks to her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Attmore,
Mr. Womack Mcßane spent the
first of the week here, having just
returned from Southern Pines where
he spent the winter. He is a pre
scription druggist and will be in the
Medical Corps. He goes t j Atlanta
in a few days for some special train
ing and in a fen weeks will leave for
Y. M.C. A. Mass Meeting Burlington
There will be a big mass-meeting
| held at 8 o'clock in the Municipal
1 Theatre in Burlington Saturday
night. A big feature of the occasion
will be the address of Secretary
! Mangum of the Y. M. C. A. at Camp
Green. He will tell of the wonder.
1 ful work the "Y" is doing in the
army in the United States and "over
there." An appeal will be made for
the enlistment of competent, efficient
and determined workers for which
there is the meet pressing need. All
who can do so are urged to attend.
A Grippe Epidemic
Every winter Health Boards
1 warn against this weakening
disease which often strikes
,1 those who are least prepared
I; to resist it You should strengthen
1 yourself against grippe by taking
t which is the cream of cod Ever ofl,
, refined, purified and so skilfully
prepared that it enriches the blood
' streams, creates reserve strength
' and fortifies the lungs and throat
,j Don't delay—lt may mean much.
! k Use "SCOTT'S
H Refuse Substitutes
RED CROSS DRIYE BEGINGS
Union Meeting and Rally at Court
House Sunday Night Judge
Bond and Others to Speak -Every
The great second Red Cross drive
begins next Monday, May '2O. Mr.
.Dolph Long, Chairman Graham
Ret} Cross Chapter, and Mr. H. W.
Scott, War Fund Chairman, assisted
by other members of the executive
committee, have arranged a pro
gram for a Red Cross Rally to bi
held In the court house in Graham
on next Sunday night, May 10, be
ginning at 8 o'clock. Judge.W. M.
Bond of Eden ton, N. C., a forceful
and interesting apeaked, will deliver
an address, and it is hoped to have
one or more of our men who have
seen service in France present.
Short talks by others will be made,
supplemented by a splendid musical
program. Colored and white aitf
asked to be present on this occasion.
The Graham Chapter and its
auxiliaries at Saxapahaw, Swepson
ville and Haw River are apportion
ed $2,000 to be raised for war re l
lief work in this campaign, and we
not only want to sustain oar repnta
;tion for going "ovqr the top" iu
such movement I *, but wo w int to go
further and raise the largest per
centage over our quota of any chap
ter in North Carolina
Our soldiers and sailors are offer
ing their lives in defense of us and
our homes. For those who lose
their lives on the firing line "over
there" we can do nothing, but we
can help relieve the Bufferings of
those who are brought back wound
ed and bleeding fron the trenches,
by making every sacrifice we can in
order to give of our substance to
the Red Cross. Every man, woman
and child in Graham can give some
thing, and beginning next Monday
morning a house-to-house canvaas
will bo made by committees ap
pointed for the purpose, and every
one will be given an apportunity to
give to this great cause of humanity
remembering Him who said, "In as
much as ye. did it unto the least of
these, my brethren, ye did it unto
Help at Red Cross Work Room and
Owing to preparations for deco
rating the Confederate monument
and veterans' graves, and the me
morial exercises held last Friday
afternoon, only a few ladies were
present in the Red Cross work room
last Friday. Among those present
were Mesdames Lynn B. William
son, J. K. K. Uardee
and Jj W. Menefee. On Tuesday
Mesdames Lynn B. Williamson, J.
W. Menefee and J. D. Kernodle
were again at the work room, cutting
pajamas. About 80 comfort kits
have been made by some of the ladies
at home this week, so as not to inter
fere with making pajamas on the
regular work day.
The women and girls of Graham
who can spare even an hour or two
each week are urged to come and
help in the work room
The following is the program for
1 the week beginning Monday,
In S Parts.
THE RED ACE.
Marie Walcamp—2 Parts.
, Mutual Masterplay.
» In 5 Parts.
Current Events—l Part.
[ THURSDAY NIOHT.
' The Woman and the Web. •
In 2 parts.
William S. Hart
t Love Letters.
, Paramount—s Parts.
k The Seven Swans.
t [ Artcraft— s Parts.
I Eagle's Eye.
j In 2 parts.
| Home Burned.
The liume of Messrs. IJ'il an!
Lawrence Preeluii I ab >ul two miles
I Northeast of Oi-i'i'rn wn b i-nol
last Tuesday niht. it wn their
father's home all hia li.'e an I n.'nee
his death the bays have mid» it
their home. Tuesday nijht Law
rence was at home alom. About
10 o'clock he woke jip to find the
dwelling in flame*. He
things out a* lon;j a» th? fiimes
would allow him to stay in the
L house, then went out am nulled
them away. The amikeho JS • was
F near by and he took oit the
I and saved it. NoboJy cm« tin'il
L it was too late to help. It e-iu-flit
from a flue in the e'f. A few h in
dred dollars insnrtnre wit carried
, which rovers but a umall percent
of the loss.
The Allies having finally chosen
h asingledirectinghead atthe front
| we cite it to Congress as a whole
t some example.
GRAHAM GRADED SCHOOL FINALS, «
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Fifteenth Annual Commencement—Class Day Exercises.
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I On last Thursday "the Class Day exercises were held and Friday
night the regular Commencement exerclscß ol the closing of the 15th
jcsaion of Graham Graded School were held.
The class day exercises were a specially attractive feature. I
Friday night the opera house was filled with friends and patrons of
the school to witness the final exercises.
The annual address was delivered by Dr. J. H. Hanford of Chapel
; HOI. His speech was along the line of efficiency ana preparation— .
in fact a patriotic address, and was listened to with excellent at- i
The diplomas were awarded to the graduates by Mr. E. S. Par-
L ker, Jr., Chairman of the Board of Trustees. He also delivered the
1 Trustees' Medal, which was won by Miss Enita Nicks for the highest •
! grade standing during the year. I
The Class Day Program on Thursday was as follows:
Song—Alma Mater J I
Salutatory .Alvls Rich
History ..." Fannie Dixon Moore
Statistics Hal Farrell
Class Essay... ; Enlta Nicks
Song—High School Day*. .. „
Gifts Garland Henderson '
p oem * ~....Eunice Rich
Prophecy Dallie Henderson
Last Will and Testament Mattie Long I
CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTEEN.
ANNIE AUGUSTA BARNWELL ANNIE WATSON MOORE. 1
WILLIAM HAL FARRELL ENITA NICKS.
DAHLIA HENDERSON EUNICE CLAIRE RICH.
• GARLAND LEE HENDERSON. ALVIS M. RICH. '
1 MATTIE GAINES LONG. ALBERTA THOMPSON.
FANNIE DIXON MOORE. GRACE IRENE THOMPSON.
The Officers of the Class Are: «
ALVIS RICH, Prest... ANNIE BARNWELL, Vlco-Pteat.
ALBERTA THOMPSON, Bec'y. ' ,
The Following Received Attendance CertlHrstear 1
HIGH FIRST. GRADE- SIXTH GHADE-
Pomeroy, Elizabeth. • Harden, Rebecca.
Evans, Henry. Holt, Nina,
SECOND GRADE- Jo'hntfon^ReWca.
Ezell, Johnnie. Jones, Luna. . .
Foust, Chalmers. McClure, Griffin. i
Holt, Frank. Teer, Myrtle.
> _ Henderson, Ruth. Taylor, James. .
Linnens, Robert. Taylor, William.
' Riley, Ruth. Vaughn, Madge.
THIRD GRADE- SEVENTH GRADE*- . '
Bain, Ruth. Browning, Fletcher.
Harden, Virginia. Holt, Brower.
Harden, Elizabeth. Tate, Alvne. J
>• " Johnston, Margaret. Teer, Etnel.
i Long, Elizabeth. Thompson, Elise.
Evans'*Don"" 0 * ' EIGHTH GRADE-
Florence, Aubrey. " ' Harden, Margaret. •
i Fonville, Pryor. Moore, Margaret.
; FOURTH GRADE- PhmTps^ohm'
NINTH GRADE- «
Poole, Virginia. Jordan, Sallie. J
J FIFTH GRADE— Robert. C
?ohn.TonTMinnie. TENH GRADE- -
Nicholson, James. ' Henderson, Dallie.
Turner, Thomas. v Farrell, Hal.
, Linnens, Roy. Rich, Eunice.
1 Foust, Leola. Thompson, Alberta.
The Following Received Honor CertlOcatec '
FIRST GRADE- FOURTH GRADE-
Whitaker, Laura May. ' Corbett, Lois. '
D i )n " Pl 'i, • Harden, William.
Smithy Julia May.
Malone, Fannie. Howell, Hazeline.
Burke, Bdlth. Holt, Don. _ ,
Whitfield, lone. Reavla, Nellie. 1
HIGH FIRST— Mann, Carllsley.
Berry, Gladys. »
Foushee, Myrtle. 5u T e ' i i
Holt, Fred. Fllntom, Willard. |
Hornbuckle, Lucile. FIFTH ORADE-
Moser, Doris. Ausley Frances.
I*,™?*"?- Elizabeth. Ausley, Cornell.
Williams, A dele. n-4l ' ..
Johnston, lWith. Geanea, Ercelle.
Nicholson, Leslie. Fogleman, Docia
Terrell Edna. Johnston, Minnie.
Guthrie, Elile Mae. Watson, Ruth.
McPherson, Cardew. Welch, Hattle.
Johnston, Lonnie. Whitfield, Hattie.
I Robertson, Evelyn. Foust, Dolar.
SECOND GRADE- wSSr"
Black, Levona. Noah, Winona.
Hadley, Annie Boyd. Stoekard, Margaret.
Henderson, Ruth. Linnens, Roy.
. Montgomery, Kathleen. Parker, Carolyn. .
McPherson, Willard. . I
'» McAdams, lone. SIXTH GRADE—
Ri°h° y Worth' Moser, Flosnle.
Rich, Isla Mae. Hornbuckle, Cornelia.
Tate, Virginia. X" u f hn i M ? df £,
Hanien, Annie Ruth. >Hna.
Parrish, Annie Laurie. Taylor William.
Watson, Katherine. SEVENTH GRADE-
Buckner, Louise. Kzell, Lessle.
Harden, Edward. Outhrie, Mamie.
? Hardin George.
Longest, Mae. Heritage, Lou.
Riley, Ruth. Tate ilyne. ,
THIRD GRADE- Ward, Leila.
« Blick, lola. *»•
Corbett, James. EIGHTH GRADE-
Harden, Elizabeth. Boone, Willard.
Ausley, Elva. Harden' Margaret,
Core, Remiss. * Moore, Margaret,
Moore, Mabel. Moore, Mildred,
Welch, Walter. PMdips, John
Black, Walter. Ray, Sam.
Thompson, Ivan. Woodworth, Dora.
Stanfield Lillian. VIVTIT nian»
* Hanks, Arthur, NINTH GRADE
Johnston, Margaret. JorcJan
. tet R H^ h " A,lle
Neese Bryce. TENTH GRADB-
Thompson, A. J„ Jr. Barnwell. Annie.
Taylor, Wallace. Farrell, Hal.
Harnaday, Mary. Henderson, Dallie.
Ponville, Pryor. NHks, Enlta.
Florence, Aubrey. Rich, Eunice,
Moone, Edith. Rich, Alvls.
Threshing Machine Owner* to Have
Machines Inspected to Prevent
The Grain Threshing Committee
of this county has been organized,
consisting of the following ;
Lynn U. Williamson, County Food
Administrator, Chairman, Graham,
1 James P. Kerr, County Farm
» Demonstrator, Haw River, N. C.
' Robert V. Griffin, Graham, N. C.,
f. R. F. D.
it Any owners of threshing machines
who expect to use thorn this year
and would like to have thews ma
£ chine* inspects! by one of the Oov
•s eminent inspector*, who in new at
e work in this county, can have this
r ' done by reporting immelistely to
. any of the above committee,
ii This committee solicits the co
l( operation of the owners of thresh
',j ing machines who aland ready to
,t nerve tliein in effort* to prevent any
waste in the harvesting and thresh
ing of the growing crop of jpsia.
t, The man who seems to St the
e . job iH our old friend Charles M.
A GRAHAM WOMAN
COMES TO THE
Every Graham resident should
read what a neighbor says. Her
testimony can be relied upon. Here
are her own word*
Mrs. M. J. Perry, Washington St.,
Graham, says "I think Doan's Kid
ney Pills havo prolonged my life.
I suffered severely from kidney
and bladder trouble. My back ach
ed constantly and t could hardly
move. I had to have tome one to
help me dress. I had rheumatic
pains in my Joints and muscle* and
the kidney action was annoying. My
nerve* were unstrung and I could
not rest well. I doctored but didn't
get relief untit 1 gave Doati's Kid
ney Pills a trial. Short uuse im
proved my condition. My back got
stronger and I was finally curea
of kidney trouble."
Price 60c st all dealers. Dont
simply ask for s kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills—tho same
that cured Mrs. Perry. Poster-
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y,
I£ It's Music That's
, Price S3O ! •
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, If it's music that you like, the Columbia *'
Grafonola will make you like it better. A
, big, jolly friend with a happy, melodious voice 1 1
' —that's the Columbia Grafonola. A hand- I
some, cheerful, likeable fellow who is always ;».
• the fun center of the home he lives in. ;
f Come in and let us introduce you. We ..
-, IjjESgrljjESgr have the very latest Grafonola models and " \
the newesfc Columbia Records. And, of
course, you will be welcome to play any
pricsis record on any Grafonola. For a pleasant ' m
«, hour of cheerful music visit our store. -
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" Furniture and House-Furnishings '
BURLINGTON, N. C.
'1 If** V" y y y —Tjy-i \
Yen need it
jfe.sell it J
THE"POCKET CyVf I
Z. T. HADLEYJ
Notice ol Election and
New Registration of
Voters In Town of Gra
ham for special School
At a regular meeting of "ie
Mayor and Commissionem of the
town of Oraham, a petition, with
the proper number of signers, hav
ing been presented Ve.iueHtlng th-ti
a special election be hold in said
town to determine the question n«
to whether there should be levic I
In addition to ail other taxes at
present levied in said town, a spe
cial tax of not more than 16c on the
SIOO of property valuation, and
on the taxable poll, the proecp-Js
of sold tax to be used oaclusively
for school purposes, I was ordered
that sneh election be railed an I
held on Tuesday, the 2nd day of
For the purposes of sal I election.
It was ordered that !t new r-;i*
tion of the voters of said town I'-
ll ad. Por such eleellon, John M
Crawford was appointed Registrar,
and A. 11. Nicholson and W. It
B. (Ireen, poll holders.
The election will be hel I in that
room in the Northwest corner o'
the court house where munkipa
elections are generally held, an I
and will be conducted under Ih
law re;;ulatlr>K municipal election*
The registration books will b
opened for registration of JVoterv
between th° h'mrs of f o'clock A
M. and 5 o'clock P. M. on each day
from June II to June 21, both date#
Inclusive; and .on Saturday. .lone
15, they will be open from Q o'clock
A. M. until 0 o'clock I*. M. On
June i'l (tlie second Sat
urday, before election!. th" reifls
tration books will be kept or>«>:i a
the polling place for the challeng
ing of voters.
Those persoui favoring the levy
ing of such soerinl tax, will vote »
ballot upon which will be written
or printed, on white ni-ier, th'
words. "For Hpecl'il School Tax.''
And those ooposed to sai li tax will
vote a like ballot tinon which shall
be written or printed, th-* words
"Afcainst Special Bch'io| a Tax "
In all respects this election I'
called and held under th- nro
visions of Chanter 102, of the Pub
lic. Laws of 1117.
By order Of the Biir l of Com
missioners of the Town of Or*
ham, this the lit'i dav of it ty, ill#
R. tl "OSI'KH.
(Icrk for the Hoard of
Com'rs of Town of Oraham
may It! td.
r + UP^TO^ATK + JOB*pmN!NO +4
I DONB AT THIS OPPICB.
I % OIVB US A TRIAL.* t
•' . '
Your Public Utilities . ;•
Company will talk
to you each week
through this space;
Piedmont Power & Light Co.
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MORTGAGEE'S SALE OK LAND.
blinder and by virtue of the; pow
(»r of sale contained in a certain
Deed of Trust execu'ed June 2Kh,
191 ft, executed by VV .11. Brown nnu
wife, Sarah M. Brown, to the Ora
hain Loan At Trust Company, of
(iraham, N. C., which Deed of Truat
in recored In. the officii of the Reg
ister of Deeds for Alamance conn
ty, 111 Hook of Mortgages and
Deeds of Trust NO, 71, at page 79,
and reference to which Is hereby
made, the undersigned mortgagee
will offer for wde at public auction,
at the court house door In (iraham,
Alamance county, North Carolina,
at 12 o'clock noon, on
I'IIIDAV, MAY 31, "1111,
the following real property a» 'I
scribed in Mid Deed of I'r.ni, to -
A certain tract or pi reel of land
in Alamance county. »u,-'.b Caroli
na, adjoining thS i i.i I. of A. S,
CatM and other* on .h ■ o'th aide
of ttye put-lie 1 ItM I. i ; from
Haw River to Mohan", >n i iindeU
as followd, to-wlt: ticginni.-ig at a
stake, corner with A. .S C.m'i ana
running thence N. i«l', ''*g 5 *c,
B. to a stake or Iron 8 'u, a ,i ; ,.nt
where a line running 171 •».
W. to the line o I !«jt ; >. 11 wid
make the lit on the Wesi *! I con •
tain just one acre: tV»nc• S. 11%
dcg. W.- to the divi lirr? I a '
tweens Lots So In AN f 11 J, CK'.ICI
S. 72 de;;. VV. t i a at.iiff, comer
with Lots No. tl, IJ, It al3 I'.;
thence S. de;'. E. 5 chains 10
link* to the bexinnin?. ana con
taining Just, one acre, mora or less.
Terms of sale, CASH.
GRAH AM LOAN & YR r JS " CO.,
This April 27. 191 i. Mutgajee,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT 1 I B.
HaVlnii qualified M uillulniHlrutoi of the
Nitulß nf llenrjr C. T« wm, deifwcrt.tl.o ul*
lemKmil hereby notifies all persons boldiiiK
claims H»i u»t sulil »uui to present tb» wife
duly authenticated. on or before Ilia aitlnlay
uf Ma/, l»l«, or tots notice will be pleaded 'u
Mr of tlie.r recovery. All peiaona Indebted
to said estate are requested to Baku liu
Tbls Mar 11, 1918.
C. U. TYHOR, Adm'r
IStaaySt of Henry C. Tyson, dee'd.
I* 90BMCRIBB FOB THB GLEANER
Land Sale !
Pursuant to an order of the Sirpo
perior Court of Alamance County,
made in a Special Proceeding
therein pepdlng, entitled T. R.
Blanch.irtl am others, vs. J. D.
Ulanchard fcnd others, whereto all
the devisees and heirs-nt-law ol
William A. Blanchard are duly con
stitutes! | . rties, the undersigned
' commissioners Will tell to the
, highest bidder at public auction, at
the court house door in Graham,,,
MONDAY, MAY 27, 198,1 fe?g
at 12 o'clock, noon, the following
A certain tract or parcel of land
Paucet'e township, Alamance coun
ty, North Carolina, adjoining tho
lands of J. 1). Ulanchard and oth
ers, and being that psrt o«' tho Wil
liam A. Hlanchard home place lying
South of tho line, beginning at tho
Beech tree referred To in the will
of William A. Blanchard, and run
ning W. 76)j deg. S. 19 chains to P. i
IJ. Blanchard's lin», and being that
part of tho William A. blanchard J
homo place which he devised to . J
his son J. 11. Blanchard for life. J«gg
The said tract of land contains '
about 97 acres, and the balance of
the William A. Blanchard horns
place remaining unsold.
This is a valuable farm well suit
ed to growing tobacco and grain,
good five-room residence, barn ann
out houses, i tobacco barns, pack
hjiise and other Improvements,
good water, about one-third of
place oak woodland.
Terms of Sale: One-third of the '
purchase price to be paid in cash;
the other two thirds to be paid in • *
equal instalments in six and twelve .•
months from date of sale Defer-.. .%
red payments to be evidenced by M
bonas of the purchaser, bearing 8
\ per cent. Interest from date (if sale,
t Sale subject to coflrmation by tho
' This April 21, 1918.
j J. DOLPH LONG,
W. ». COULTER, *§£
Commissioners, v, /i
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