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THE ALAMANCE GLEANER.
WONDERFUL STEPPING STONES
MISER SAVER BIG SUM
BUT ONLY TO LOSE IT
Man Did Not Follow Principles of
Thrift—Sola Idaa Wat to Hoard
Hla Money, Spending Nothing.
A modern Mldai of Chicago, who
Ud accumulated $300,000 by never
spending anything, recently was de
clared Incapable of handling his af
fairs. Ha became incapable not be
cause he amassed $300,000 but because
of the way he accumulated It. He es
tranged his family, went to bed with
the ohlckens to avoid spending money
on lights and lived on $56 a year.
Then he ran afoul of the puzillng In
come tax law and now his children are
to handle his beloved savings. This
modern Midas was not a thrifty man.
He was a miser. True thrift enhances
and Increases the wealth of the world.
Hoarding money benefits neither the
miser nor his fellows. Wise spending
is as essential as wise saying, and
wise Investment Is aa Important as
either; wise spending for the comforts
and pleasures of life aa well as the
necessities makes for the thriftiest
life and stimulates production. Wise
investment makea possible the crea
tion of new wealth.
The miser savaa but spends noth
ing. He seoures only the meager sat
isfaction of watching his pile of money
grow. The wise exponent of thrift
aai aound investment has the oom
forts and pleasurea of life and saves
at the same time. The foolish man
apeads his money for what he neither
needs nor really wants; does not at
tain the comforts and lasting pleas
urea of life and savaa nothing.
If the modem miser of Chicago had
spent wisely he would have had years
of oomfort and happiness Instead of
yean of squalor aad want. If he had
aavad wisely he would have had the
love and reepeot of his family and as
sociates. If he had invested wisely
he would have been competent to han
dle his own affairs.
"Waete not—want not" is still the
modern axiom of thrift but "want not"
must not be Interpreted to mean not
wanting the things that make life
worth the living. Don't be a modern
PICKING UP THAT PIN
A story of E. H. Harrlmaa, whs died
leaving an estate of $78,000,000, cred
its him with one day picking up a
small steel letter clip dropped on the
toer by a careless employee.
I'd like to have aa my annual ln
come," said Mr. Harrlman, "the value
of material thrown away every year
hy Indifferent workers in ths offices
and factories of America. In a few
yeara I'd be the richest man in the
"LIKE UM" and "LICK UM
From faraway Tulsa, Okla., comes
the story that War /Savings Stamps
are tremendously popular among
the Indians who have grown rich
from oil wells discovered on their
"oUck-em-on" competitions are
popular among the Indian Rocke
fellers, who buy the $5 stamps in
sheets, arrange their cards neatly
and start licking and atlcklng at a
After all the atampe had been
atuck on daring a recent content
the Indians capped the "Held meat"
by lining up aad racing to tha post
office to gat the stamps registered.
Blue Moss BmoUs-No- Meat won tha
rase and had hla stamps registered
first. He had peeked en MM worth
of War Savings (tamps in sis min
utes and fourteen seconds. His
time to the postoffloe was 81 seo
fat your money where it will do
doable daty for you—ln War Savings
Money saved is what counts. In
vested In War Savings Stamps it
mil day and night.
"in n multitude of thrifts there is
aaiety from worry. Buy wisely, aave
MaUlgeatiy. and lnveat in Thrift
*Nips aad War Saviags Stamps
Psrfums Their Desd.
Natives of Torre* Strait inlands, to
the north of Queensland, have some pe
culiar burial customs. One is the
anoint!ru; the bodies with cheap per
fnme, the remainder being corked In
the bottle and left on the grave. In
some cases a cheap stone Is set on
ths grave and this "eremony Is usually
marked by a three-days' gorge on the
part of the relatives of the departed,
pig, yams and turtle being shaken
down to make room for more by vlg-,
orous dancing and singing.
GRAHAM, N. C., THURSDAY. I»19
ARE AIDING THRIFT
Government Bureaus Are Co-op«rstlr\g
to Promote Wldeepread Savings
Among All Claases of Psopla.
Co-operation and co-ordination of
government departments In aid of the
national movement to promote regular
saving, wise buying, sound Investment
and reinvestment are shown In a re
cent report to the Treasury Depart
Five departments—Treasury, Labor,
Commerce, Agriculture and the Inter
ior—are always carrying out plans
characteristic of their special domains
of work designed to accomplish ths
genersl aim—thrift. Not only are
the same principles held In common,
but Ideas and material are Interchang
ed and employed to further the par
ticular lines of each department's
In the Treasury Department the
Savings Division la endeavoring to
bring home the value of sensible
economy as a principle of living; to
Interpret thrift, not as miserliness,
but as the wise management of one's
affairs, taking heed of present and fu
ture needs and steadily saving for
worthwhile purchases, to take advant
age of an opportunity or against a
rainy day. The Savings Division of
fers the Thrift Stamps and War Sav
ings Stamps a practical Inducement
to acqurlng the power of a financial
Realising that saving Is greatly
stimulated by having a definite object
In view, ths Department of Labor has
launched an OWN YOUR HOME)
The Department of Commerce, In
conjunction with the Council of Na
tional Defense, is engagsd In a BUY
NOW, BUT ONLY WHAT YOU
The Department of Agriculture has
undertaken to have Its county agents
and home demonstration agents,
numbering several thousand men and
women, Include the message of thrift
In all their work.
In the Department of the Interior
the Bureau of Education Is making
thrift an Important part of Its Ameri
canization program and of Its schools
and library work. The Indian Bureau
has Issued material and called on all
agents to asslat In bringing home the
value of Intelligent saving and safe
Investment to Uie Indian service.
25 Pennies—l Thrift Btamp.
16 Thrift Stamps=-1 W. S. 8.
20 W. S. S.«=l Hundred Dollat
5 Hundred Dollar Stamps—Flrsl
Installment on your licme.
Thrift Stamps will stick when a fel
low needs a friend.
Make Thrift a happy habit through
War Savings Stamps.
Here Is what one man did. If you
don't know him you know some one
Just like him In your community.
Twenty lasers ago he owned the
clothes he stood In and that was about
Hs savsd fifty dollars the first year;
ths nsxt ysar. with a little better
One thing with another —a wife and
family inoiudsd—be has saved an
avsrags of five dollars s week for
What bs saved In twenty y«ars wss
about five thouaand dollars. What he
has Is twice five thousand—like ths
man in the parable
His dollars working for him now
bring him mors than hla yearly saving.
Make Thrift a happy habit through
War Savings Stamps.
Money speat Is money gone; Invest
ed In War Savings Stamps it stays
Dominoes for the Blind.
Dominoes for the blind are rather
ingenious. Recognizing the need of
something that would not easily be dis
placed as the finders of the blind
passed back and forth reading the
numbers on the face of the dominoes,
the Inventor has given us a set of In
terlocking pieces. The mortise Joint
makes them hold together no matter
how much they are brushed around.
The number on ench piece I* Indicated
by the raised heads of brass tacks,
easily read by the touch.
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Franklin's Spring Street Home In Philadelphia
Within a few blocks of the Friends' Burying Ground In which lien the
body of Benjamin Franklin, who»e picture adorns the 1919 Usuo of War
Sayings Stamps, is a quaint three-story brick dwelling, one of the places whore
the lnvontor philosopher lived while In Philadelphia. The house Is in Spring
Street, In the center of Colonial life in the Quaker City. It Is in excellent
state of preservation. The 129 th anniversary of Franklin'* death will be com
memorated April 17. Franklin's thrifty sayings did much to stimulate among
the American people the habits of wiae buying, sano saving, secure invest
ment and avoidance of waste.
Your Village And Mine
It Is just a typical American Til
lage—perhaps yours or the one In tha
next county. It has two churches and
a hotel and there Is the "corner"
where the men gather after supper
to consider politics and "the state of
the Union." Its population is about
When war was declared It gave Its
■ons with a glad heart, and they
marched away bravely—many with a
sob in the throat, perhaps, but with
a splendid vision guiding their feet.
From the training camp these boys
went to France and were moved up
Into the battle line. The Hun was
making a desperate effort to destroy
civilization in a bloody drive on Paris.
The richest man in the village met
the hotel barber and they gripped
hands In silence. Their two sons lay
dead in the Argonno.
The village butcher boy—red head
ed and Irish—smiled for the last time.
He died fighting that freedom might
not perish. The town's Beau Brum
mel —he had never amounted to
much—won the Croix de Guerre—but
lost both eyes.
Oas claimed the son of the widow
who lived In the little green cottage.
At first she could not speak when
she received the brief telegram. Then
—"John was all I bad. I hoped he
would come back. If I had two sons
I would give them too." That was all.
America as a whole never felt the
real hand of war—not as France felt
It —nor as England—nor even as Can
Because our dollars stopped the
war. They made possible those tre
mendous preparations for a long war
that resulted In a short war. Never
was such a stupendous assemblage of
munitions. Germany wilted. Thou
sands of millions of dollars were
saved. But boßt of all, tens of thou
sands of American boys were saved.
America prepared on faith. Amer
First American Flag » Enter Germany With Our Arm/ of Occupation.
FOR SUMMER COLDS
Catarrh, Art h ma, Hiy-Fertr, etc. iiuen
in the noatril* ■ tmall quantity of
P.n not (tain the Clothei. At all drug
•tore* 30c, He and sl-20 ot mailed direct.
hue me comm. i. «**«•, it. c.
ica holds Its dollars cheaper than it
valued its Sons.
The war Is over. Victory Is ours.
America escaped the frightful burden
of debt which would have been ours
If the war had lasted two years long
er. v\- still have those dollura In our
And the boys are coming home.
But the debts the government did
contract- —the debts that won the war
—must be paid. They will be paid.
America has pledged Its faith, and
the faith of America has never been
Wo are now asked to lend the gov
ernment some of those unpaid dollars
we still have In our pockets, and. to
secure the loan, Victory Liberty
Bonds will be Issued—the safest In
Then let our hearts—and our purses
—say how thankful wo are that, per
haps, half a million American boys
HE HAD THE GRIT
THAT WON THE WAR
Carter Glass, secrolary of elm treas
ury, copied (he following note, among
others, from the note book of n Red
Cross nurse when he was In IVmce:
"One boy I shall always remember.
His right shoulder wa'i practically
shot away and he had a wound
In Ills bank and one In hi-: left eye.
But lie sat straight up >rd wouldn't
lot unybody help him. II" didn't nay
a word while they pull.-d oiT tin tight
clinging gauze from the r"l. raw, wet
flesh that quivered In «p!tr> of bun.
When the first wound w.i-i f.i'jihed all
he said was:
"Do you think I could r-M a minute.
Doe, before you do lh" sr. - id one?"
"Red, raw. wet fl*»sh" \nioriran
flenh. It was not yellow T!nuk of
that when you *r" nsk',l to |,ov vic
tory Li b'-rty bonds, you wl.o think
you have done enough.
Never the Same Again.
Friendship Is a vase which, when It
; Is flawed by best or violence, or sccl
j dent, may n« well be broken at once;
jlt can never be trusted after. The
I more graceful and ornamental It, was,
j the more clearly do we discern the
i hopelessness of restoring It to Its for
i mer state. Coarse stones, If they be
j fractured, may lie cemented again;
precious ones, never.—Walter 8. Loo
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In Chickens Should Be Given
Chanco to Ralte Them.
Poultry raising appeals to tho young
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and girls who like poultry and would
take' 1111 Interest In fowls should huve
n chance in ru Iho poultry and use the
Income ai thoy please. Parents often
may help their children to become suc
cessful In this way.
Henry Watterson, the famous ex
editor, wan talking about politician*.
"Take the wind, the gulT, out of n
politician," ho Hald, "and what re
"A noted politician's wife wan lis
tening to her husband over the tele
phone. Five, ten, fifteen minutes she
listened patiently. Then she said:
'"Excuse me, Chnrles. Just n rno
mept. I want to change the receiver
to the other ear. This one's so tired."
Duly at Home and Abroad.
When 7>u are In the city boost your
locality, hut when you are out of the
city boost your city.
Some Romance Needed.
If life has never led you down the
paths of romance, RU In seaich of It.
Kind It In hooks—lose yourself In ro
mantic plays. For, you need romance.
Let It lift you out of the workaday
world and refresh you.
Man Who Moves the World.
The reasonable man adapts himself
to the world; the unreasonable one
persists In trying to adapt the world
to himself. Therefore all progress dc.
pends on the unreasonable man. —ller-
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Calomel acts like 1 ynaraite on a
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If you feel bilious, headachy, con
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Take a spoonful and if it doesn't
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If you take calomel today you'll
be sick and nauseated tomorrow;
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If you take bodson's Liver Tone
you will Wake up feeling great, full
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MOHTOAOKE'S SALK OP LAND
Under and by virtu** of the power
jof sale in a certain Mortgage Deed
executed by Oraham Hra fifth aw ind
wife, Lucy Arm Hradshaw, to the I
(irahain Loan & l'rust Company,
and dated March 1 \ 1915, and re
corded in the office o f the Register
of Deed* for Alamance county, in
Hook of Mortgage Dee 's arrl lseolf» I
of Truftt J jo. V) at i>i?.» 41?, and
default having been made* in the
r'ment of the sji I debt secured
said mort jare th n undersign
ed mortgagee wiif offer at pi»»lic
Mil**, at the ci trt ho.ise door in
SATI'HDA Y, OCTOBKK 4, l'Ufl,
at 12 O'CIOCK v "hoon, th? following
described tiact of land;
A certain tract or parrel of Inn i
lying and being in the Town of
(iraham, Alamanec county, North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of VV.
J. Nicks, (Icorge S. Mabry, deceas
ed, and bounded an follows
Beginning »»t a corner with W.
J. Nicks on the North si le of said
street, South thence S
with said street s'» feel to the c >r
ner, or Iron bolt, with said Mibrv;
thence W. with *hc Jin'* '»f sa : I MV
bry 124 feet t » an iron bar or holt
in the line of said Mabry ; thenep
N„ so feet t » at) iron b >U in .he
line of ftaid Nicks; thence vth the
line *'f s lid NicJ'.p 111 feet to t ?»•
beginning, and e.»ntain'ng S |.
Said tr.tct or ,»aree| of lind in
sold subject t > a pri >r mortgage
in the worn of t» .John Kf.
floffman, as evidenced i,y r«*co-d
--«»d moiigj»jrc in the offt* - * of the
Register '-I l) «*ds. in Mo:t».»ge
Hook No f, I page .'Bl.
Terms of sale. C ASH.
Tlds August 'li. 1019.
ORAHAM LOAN fc TH I ST CO.,
J. A. HKNDI-KSON, Atty.
■ vrAQs rrouTATioN m a
IALL SUMMER SICKNESSES BY!
;I:AII.\M R>ITI;; (:•>
Summons by Publication.
Xliilr nt North Carolina.
Count) of Alamanre.
In tin- »u|tirlor Court.
Before the Clerk.
•loliri Henry Vincent and others
Marie Johnson, George Ed. Holt,
She Ito n Moan, Floyd MOBS and
The defendants above named will
take notice that a special proceeding
entitled as above has been commenc
ed in the Superior Court of Ala
mance county for the purpose of
selling land for partition; that they
are required to appear at the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court of
said county at the court house in
(irahain on the 27th day of Septem
ber, 1019, and answer or demur to
the petition on file, or the relief de
manded will be granted.
This the 21st day of Aug., 1919.
D J. WALKER, C.S. C.
Long & I-ong, of Alamance Co.
Jas. 11. Rich W. Ernest Thompson
Rich I Thompson J
MOTOR AND HORSE
Calls answered anywhere day ornight -
Dav 'Phone No. 86\V
W. Ernest Thompson 2502
Jat. H. Rich 54»i-W
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate
in Burlington Township.
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in a cer
tain Deed of Trust executed by F.
J. Lacy and wife to Alamance In
surance and Real Estate Com
pany for the purpose of securing
the payment of six certain bonds
of even date therewith,,which
deed of trust is recorded in Book
of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust
No. 77, at page 2:»7, in the Public
Registry of Alamance county, de
fault having been made in the
paymeut of said bonds and the
interest thereon, the undersigned
trustee will, on
MONDAY, SEPT. 22, 1919,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at the court
house tloor of Alamance county, '"§
in Graham, North Carolina, offer
for tiale at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, a certain " .
tract of land in Burlington town
ship, Alamance county and State
of North Carolina, adjoining Webb
Avenue, (J. F. Blacltmon, Ivey
and others, and bounded as fol- J
Beginning at a corner of G. F. '
Blackmon lot on Webb Avenqe;
running thence with the line of
said Webb Avenue East 60 feet Uk
corner with said Ivey; thence with
the line of said Ivey South 110
feet to corner on Miss Alexander's
line; theuce with* the line of said
Alexander parallel with Webb
Avenue 00 feet to corner on Black
mon's line; thence with the line
of said Blackmon 110 feet to the
beginning. On the said lot is
situated a four-room dwelling.
This August 14, 1919.
Alamance Ins. J: Real Estate Co.,
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