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THE ALAMANCE GLEANER.
Get Rid of Tan,
Sunburn and Freckles
by using HAGAN"S
Acts intftantly. Stops the burning.
Clean vour complexion of Tan and
Blemishes. You cannot know how
good it is until you try it. Thous
ands of women say it is betftof all
beautifiera and heals Sunburn
Quickest Don't be without it a
day longer. Get a battle now. At
your Druggist or by mail direft.
75 cents for either coiut. White.
SAMPLE FREE." '
LYON MFC. CO.. 40 So. Bth St., Brookly., N.T.
i; Spring Water
: FROM ::
EUREKA SPRING, J>
Graham* N, G
* i >
! \ A valuable mineral spring ] \
J[ has been discovered by W. H. j [
i > Ausley on his place in Graham. !
!! It was noticed that it brought 1'
J | health to the users of the water, ; |
11 and upon being analyzed it was >
! I ofund to be a water strong in
; mineral properties and good
> for stomach and blood troubles.
3I Physicians who have seen the
|; analysis and what it does, ]'
i > recommend its use.
)! Analysis and testimonials !
J; will be furnished upon request. ]
i Why buy expensive mineral «
1 waters from a distance, when 1
]1 there is a good water recom- j[-
;; mended by physicians right at
0 home? For further informa-
JI tion and or the water, if you ''
'' desire if apply to the under- >
1 > signed.
I! W. H. AUSLEY. ::
JOHN J. HENDERSON
GRAHAM. N. C.
Office over Natlomal Bank ol Ala——
J\ S. COOK,
GRAHAM, .... - N. C.
Offloe Patterson Building
DR. WILL S. LONG, JR.
. DENTIST ; ; .
Graham, - - - - North Carolina
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
JACOB A. LONG. J. ELMER LONO
LONG & LONO,
A ttorney! and Connaalora at L»w
GRAHAM. N. C
Restorative, alll help. Not only
give* quick, sure relief from indite*.
tion'i ilia Heartburn, Dizziness,
Sour Risings, Acid Mouth, Sleepless
ness, etc., but builds up appetite and
entire aystem. Thousands KNOW.
Follow Uirir lead
*'Tho Kay to IUIW iHI
I am lmprorln* In haalth since I .
h«re bm taking roar medicine. It
tuu helped me mi murb. I can't tell
1°? .Ixr* thankful I am. I do not
thin* I could get along without It. 1
hare recommended It to many since
It haa done me so much a God.
WILLIS TOWNS, Ifaaaon, No. Car.
Ota Mlfcftr-w ytar m, BACK
For (tether ccaviocaac FACTS, aea ,
HAYES DRUG COMPANY,
GRAHAM, N. C."
LIVES OF CHRISTIAN MINISTERS
This book, entitled as above,
contains over 200 memoirs of Min
isters in the Christian Church
with historical references. Au«
Interesting volume —nioely print
ed and bound. Price per copy:
cloth, $2.00; gill top, $2.50. By
mail 20c extra. Orders may b*
P. J. KERNODLE,
1012 E. Marshall St.,
Orders may be left at this offiee.
HavLna qualified aa Admlnlatrator of the
estate of Jeea Kocera, deeeaaed, the under-
Binned hereby notifies all peraona hold I [lf
clalma anl net aald eaute to present the aa me
duly authenticated. on or before the Mb day
of Sept.- 1900, or tbla notice irlTI be pleaded In
bar of their recovery. All peraona Indebted
to aald estate are requested to make Im
Tbla An*. Mtb. 1»1B.
H. M. CATE*. Adm'r
of Jeaa Bogera.dee'd.
Graham No. 2.
Wm. I. Maid, Att y. 4m P«*t
FARMERS. YOU ARE INVITED
HENRY FORD & SON
1 REPRESENTED BY I
Kirk Holt Hardware Co. |
j| Will give a public demonstration of their Fordson Tractor on Mr. Lay ton Walker's Farm on the i
street ear line near Graham Depot, from 10:30 A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M. on
Monday, October 6th
We'earnestly request every farmer or prospective user of a tractor to attend this demonstration.
$750 $750 I
I There will be three or more tractors in the field with all kinds of plows, 1
I harrows, pulverizers, drills and other tools that are suited ior work with a §
| tractor. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity of seeing all the up-to- 1
I date farm machinery in use and have them explained by experts 1
I from the factory. 1 I
I MR. S. A. RYAN, OF DETROIT, WHO IS REPRESENTING HENRY FORD & SON 1
1 Will be in charge of this demonstration and you will* have the opportunity of getting direct information in
| regard to the most wonderful little labor-saving machine ever put on the farm. §
I Come and Bring Your Friends. A Light Lunch With Cold Drinks and Hot I
Coffee Will Be Served on the Grounds Free. |
Don't forget the date and place of demonstration |
Be on hand promptly so you can get the full benefit of this valuable information, and all owners of |j
FORDSON TRACTORS are earnestly requested to be present. j|
KIRK HOLT HARDWARE CO.
The Hardware and Implement Dealers of Alamance County. 1
Purpose of American Cotton Asso
The American Cotton Aiuociation
is ->eing organized in 72 cotton
growing countie# in North Carolina,
in co-operation with ten other cot- j
ton growing stales, for the purpose i
1. Protecting the interests of the
cotton producer and improving his
I 2. Promoting the econo.nk- regu
lation of cotton production so thai
' the supply shall be adjusted t» d e
mand, and so that the producer will
j not be compelled to sell his prod
i uct at less than a fair and reason
j 3. Promoting in'.e Kge.it dlvers;-
i fication ol crops an I developing
1 markets for such crops, other than
: cotton, as may be profitably grown
4. Improving and enlarging pres
GRAHAM, N. C., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1919
ent exiyng warehouse facd tics, arid
securing additional facilities, so
that the* producer may carry hi*
hi* crop at the minimum e-;pen«!2
and phynicaJL damage, and the
maximum of security and finan" J
5. Broadening the market f for
raw cotton and enlarging the
of cotton and cotton goods.
6. Improving and IncreaVn*;
7. Collecting information as t»I
both domestic and f»r i ri f on*
sumption. th»* *»'• ii«- of 11.» I \ the
extent of acreage, sippiv til con
dition of crop, and «>l oile* • in/or
mation of practical mi'-rcs' t » the
cotton industry, mi di«sienon;it:n>;
facta and data through h«vcral.
sub-organization* to every in'Mi'M
of every community, I ;et!» r v*ith
direction* and suggestions as to
what courw to pursue, from all
viewpoint*, in order, to secure"the
very best result*. r |
if. Maintaining a solid and uni
fied effort for- n-t titling |. i fvi
ncntly a f:• ir an I «• |•»it i!/!• j»;.e
0. I'nifying an I co«u hf» *f •> •; i'i
all the cotton inli reiis »f ( »'•
South in the ln''-re«vt of ;i
i 10. Doing collet tiv ely all and ev
erything that may be conducive to
the stability a,»d profitableness of
the cotton producing iryJusiry.
SO6SCRIBK FOR TUB GLKANER
For Infants and Children
In Uso For Over 30 Years
Signature c f fCUcJUii
Possibly Carranza would "be able
to beep order in Mexion if he could
only put his finger on it.
J Jaa. H. Rich W. Ernest ThompiO
Hich £ Thompson 1
MOTOR AND HORSE
Calls answered anywhere day or night %
Day 'Phone No. 86W
W. Ernest Thompson 2502
Jaa. 11. Rich 54ti-W
MORTGAGEE'S SALE OP LAND M
Under and by virtue of the power
ot sal© in a certain Mortgage Deed £
executed by Graham Bradahaw ind
wife, Lucy Ann Bradshaw, to the
Graham Loan & Trust Company,
and dated March ID, 1915, and re- : «sj
corded in the office of the Register
of Deeds for Alamance county, in
ilook of Mortgage Deed's and Deed*
of Trust Wo. BO at page 412, and M
default having been made in the
payment of the said debt secured
by said mortgage, the undersign- "■'»
ed mortgagee will offer at puolic :i|
at the court house door in
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919, &
at 12 o'clock noon, the following
described tiact of iaifll: , ?3
A certain tract or parcel of land
lying and being in the Town of
Graham, Alamance county, North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of W. fj
J. Nicks, George S. Mabry, deceas
ed, and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a corner with W.
J. Nicks on the North siie of said
street, South Melville,; thence S.
with said street no feel to the cor
ner, or iron bolt, with said Mabry;
thence W. with 'he line of said Ma
bry 124 feet to an iron bap or bolt
In the line of said Mabry; thence
N. 80 feet to an iron bolt in I'he . -13
line of said Nicks; thence with the
lfno of said Nicks 124 feet to the ,
beginning, and containing 9920 S'l. .!%
Said tract or parcel ot land Is
sold subject to a prior mortgage -M
In the sum of $75.00 tf> John R[
Hoffman, an evidenced l.y record
ed mortgage In the office of the
Register oi Deeds. In Mortgage ~.ig
Book No 64. page 561.
Terms of sale. CASH.
This August 22, 1919.
GRAHAM LOAN & TRUST CO.,
J. J. HENDERSON, Atty.
■ __*o vEAos reputation m a
Mm. CurT ™ • I
MALL SUMMER SICKNESSES BY|
GRAHAM DRUG Co.
Summons by Publication.
Mt'ate of North Carolina.
County ol Alamance.
In the Huperlor Court. fl
Itefbre the Clerk.
John Ilenry Vincent and others
Marie Johnson, Ucoj*£e Ed. Holt,
Sbelton Moss, «+*ioyd Moss and
Tiie defendants above named will
tako notice that a special proceeding
entitled an above has been commenc
ed in the Superior Court o! Ala
mance county for the purpose of
selling land for partition; that they
are required to appear at the office j
of tlio Clerk of the Superior Court of VI
said county at the court house in •"]
Graham on the 27th day of Septem
ber, 15)19, anil answer or demur to ;
the petition on (ile, or the relief de
manded will he granted.
This the 21st day of Aug., 1919.
I). J. WALKER, C.S. C.
Ixiiig A: 1/on#, of Alamance Co.
Atty s. 4Sep4t
Under at.d l>y virtue of an order -3M
ol the duperiur Court, made in a
special proceeding therein, enti
tled VV. Ai. Mann an . others vs. C.
E. Turner, the undersigned Com
missioners will offer for sale at
public auction, to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the court house
door In Graham, at 12 o'clock noon,
on • . ° iM
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919.
the following described real prop
A certain tract or parcel of land
lying ana jeing in Thompson town
ship, Alamance county, North Car
olina, containing six and one half
acres, more or less, antf Known as
the Pat ton Mill pioperty. For a
full description of said property, see
deed Irom Robert W. Scott ana
others to VV\ M. Kauce'te. recorded
in Deed Book No. fl, page 551,. in
the office of the Register of De?dl
for Alnmance county.
This scle in made subject to ad
vance l ids and confirmation by the
This September 18,19!.*.
J J HE VDERSON,
.1 D'JLPII T.ONO,
I ROOSEVELT I
Was He Afraid of
Beinf Aisassbated ?
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