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Freeman Drug Company,
Burlington, North Carolina.
we keep in
stock all the
We have a large and weH selected etoek of spuDijes,
Chamois skius. Trusses, Supporters and Shoulder uraces.
Prefumery, Cologne’s, Bay Rum, Florida Water, Extracta ^
for the handkerchief, Toilet and Fanc.v Goods, Toilet Soap, §
Bath Soaps, Face Powders, Infant Powder. UD 4
Freeman Drug Company, Burlipgtoii, N. C. ^
I.OCAL AND PERSONAL.
Schedule of Tf'^ins
rresh nuts of all kinds at J. D.
Payne’s private stock cigars are
jetter than the “Cinco.”
Mrs. R. W. Curtiss spent Mon-
|day in Greensboro shopping.
Mrs. J. C. Walton spent Sunday
I with her sister at Greensboro.
Miss Bessie Murray visited her
[sister at Efiand quite recently.
The best mixed nuts at J. D.
[Payne’s, fifteen cents per pound.
Hev, R. M. Andrews, of Mebane,
[spent Sunday night with his mother.
Miss Mollie Pyle spent last week
it Wilburnj N. C., visiiihg
To get the best smoke, call at J,
Id. Payne’s and get Payne’s private
FOR SALE—One nice Gladson
English setter 19 months old. Ap
ply to J. A. LOWE.
Mr. L. 0. vjarter, the Manager
of the Carolina Engineering Com
pany left for Durham on business.
MONEY TO LOAN—One hun
dred and fifty dollars on Real Estate.
Call at Dispatch Office.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Winstead
left Monday for Elm City, where
they will spend some time visiting.
Don’ fail to read the proposition
in regard to subscribing for the
Dispatch at once. Something new.
Misses Lillian Sooffner and Flora
Mebane spent Sunday at Elon Col
lege visiting' their Uncle, Mr. Reit-
Miss Eula Dixon and Banner
Whitehead, of Snow Camp, were
business visitors in our town Satur-
Mr. Bob Bradley, of Greeusboro,
was here Thursday and Friday of
last week visiting friends and rela
Blubert Lowery, of Wilkesboro,
passed through this city last week
enroute to Smitbfield to occupy a
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilkins left
for Durham on a visit to Mr. John
WANTED—To give one hun-
Ired free tickets to Washington next
Mrs. C. R. Rogers left Saturday
for a few days visit to her mother
Mr. O. N. Hornaday, of R()ck
5reek 2, was in town on bn.siness
Postmaster Ingle, of Elon College,
ras a pleasant caller at the Dispatch
Mrs. W. J. Thompson left last
Iteek for Hillsboioon a visit to Mr.
We are informed that the Gra-
lam Tribune will resume publica-
jtion Janury 1st,
Mr. R. W. Curtiss left Monday
m a business trip to the eastern
aart of the State.
Miss Clara MofRtt, of Asheboro,
^.pent Friday and Saturday with
[iss Maggie Hall.
Mr. B. B. Slaughter, of McLeans-
f'ille, spent Thanksgiving with his j g;"';} visitiug relHtivt
larents at this place.
To onr readers and friends. Next
week’s issue, will appear a part of
the County’s exhibit for the fiscal
ypar of 1908.
One dollar will pay your subscrip
tion to the Dispatch f(n' thirteen
months if you subscribe the first of
Mr. Bascorn Hornaday carae in
Monday morning from .tSouth Caro
lina, where he has been delivering
The .‘‘tock hohler,-; of the State
Dispatch are t'spccially requested
to be present on next Tuesday night
at 7:^0 o^cldck.
Mrs. W- C. N.^ble, of iLllshoro,
left Monday for her home after
spending a few days visiting friends
and relatives here.
Air frosty. Cold outside,
lJut everyone ia happy this Yiiletide
The reason—very plainly yt>a «ee,
All take llolliBter’B Rocky Mountain
(Makes health that happines;.)
Miss Maud E. Miller, of the
Graded School faculty, went to her
l»ome at Salem Saturday, spending
Miss Madie Humble, accompan-
ed by her sister, is visiting her
[ather at Cove City.
A nice lot of thoroughbred pigs
for sale. Write or call on C. L.
Lsley, Burlington, C.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Liggans, of
)anville, visited Mrs. Liggans’
[mother quite recentl;.
When in need of good cut feed,
[write or call on D. Ij. HufFman,
[Burlington R. F. D. No. 4.
Mr. Clarence Stewart and sister,
)f Greensboro, spent Sunday visit-
ig Mi.ss B. Emma Phipps.
Mrs. H. G. Kime left Saturday
[)r Greensboro, where she will spend
lew days visiting friends.
Mrs. L. C. Carter and daughter
lade a days visit to Durham the
fatter part of the pa.st week.
Miss Fannie Evans, of West
[Durham, spent part of last week
[visitiag Mrs. M. B. Lindsay.
Miss Jessie Vanderford and her
i mother spent Saturday and Sunday
at Greensboro visiting relatives.
Be sure and subscribe for the
Dispatch at once and get the re
mainder of this year free of cost.
Mr. H. Fleishman’s family has
fiecently moved to Burlington and
residing on Mendenhall street.
Mr. L. J. Jobe, of Mebane No.
> Was a business visit©r in our town
ast baturdavj and a welcome caller
the Dispatch office.
WAN'rfCD.—Five or six cords
of eight foot wood in exchange for
subscriptions to the State Di.spatch.
Call at State Dispatch Office.
T^'e Alamance Insurence & Jteal
Estate Company had successful land
sale Thanksgiving Day, The lots
sold was the Ireland property.
Mr. J, A. Hackney left Saturday
for University Station, where he
goes to attend the Union Meeting
of the Mt. Hermon Association.
If you want to make Christmas
the happiest part of the year buy a
nice piano or organ from C. B.
Ellis—.see his new ad in this issue.
Miss Althea Scandlyn, of Inskip,
who has been visiting her si.ster,
Mrs. C. R. Me An ley, of N *. 3, re
turned to her home Thanksgiving
Mrs. Lula Robbins, of Kingsraan,
Ind., who has been visiting a num
ber of friends here, went to Gibson-
ville the first of the week to visit
Again we call upon our iriends
to buy everything as far as possible
from the advertisers of the Dispatch
because they are our friends and we
want them to be your friends.
Mr. J, N. Roney, of Gibsonville,
v/as on the Burlington Tobacco
Market last Friday, and was well
pleased with his sale and says that
the same grade of tobacco sold here
brought two dollars more on the
hundred than at Reidsville two
Mrs. E. 0. Spoon, of Haw River,
was here last week shopping.
Mr. Harry Wbitner, of Hickory,
i“ here visiting Mrs. A. J. Hatch
Mr. J. M. Denny, Roxboro,
spent part of last woek here attend
ing the funeral of his brother, Mr.
G. W. Denny.
WANTED—A family of Knit
ting Mill help. Apply to
Swannie Noah Mfg Co.
E)on College, N. C.
Mr. T. P. Featherstone, of Reids-
ville, (Caswell county) was called
here quite unexpected last week to
attend the funeral of Mr. W. W.
Mr. Dolph Garnsoo and two of
his sons, Mr. R. L, Holt and Sev
eral others returnf d from Fayetville
Saturday, where they had been fox
hunting. They brought in three
of the swamp’s shrewdest travelers.
Makes assirailif>iion perfect, heal
thy blood, firm muscles, stoong
nerves, Quickenf? the brain, makes
and keeps you well. Great medicine.
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents. T. H. Stroud,
Rev. J. D, Williams, of High
Point, who has been appointed to
the M. P, Church af our city arriv
ed with his family Friday, and has
begun his labors. We trust that
his stay among us may be pleasant
as well as profitable.
1 Dark Oak New Piano f 160.00
1 Dark New Mahogany Piano,
1190.00, 1 Oak Organ, slightly
used, $37.50, 1 Household good
sewing maohine, |H.OO.
ELLIS MACHINE AND M^StC CO., BurllngtOQ
Mr. J. M. M.‘‘y, of Marshall,
Ind.,,who has been visiting Mrs,
Workman and a 0umber of other
friends at this place, left Monday,
for High Point, where he will spend
some time visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Denny, who
have been visiting at the homes of
H. J. Capps and T. R. Simp
son besides a number of other
friends, returned Monday to their
home at Greensboro,
W a n ted i m m edi ntely—H u n dred
ladies, yoimg or old with pimples,
blackheads, nasty complextion to
take Hollister’s E'u'ky Mountain
Tea and becoiue chit.rniiug, beautiful
and sweet. 35 cent.?. T. H, Stroud.
WAxNTED—Co})ies of the Dis
patch issused on the following dates:
July 8th, 22nd, Aug. 26th and
Sept. 9th. We will appreciate the
tavor if you have a paper issued on
the above dates bring it to the Dis-
Rev. J. D. Andrew and family
wish to express their sincere thanks
to their many friends who joined in
making the Thanksgiving evening
so pleasant to them by the hand
some cash donation, presented at
the close of the service at the
H, O, Bryan h?s resigned his
position as ticket agent of the South
ern Railway at this place and will
leave tomorrow for his home at
Garner, Wakes county, where he
wdl engage in the roerchantile busi
ness. He is succeeded at che ticket
ofifiice by Will Fix of this city, Mr.
Bryan has mado a host of friends
here who regret to see him leave.
The editor of the Di.spatch takes
pleasure in acknowledging the fol-
IN MEN’S SUITS
JUST RECEIVED FROM A
At these popular prices we
out-distance all other stores
in town by a $2.00 to $3.00
saving to yon, and that is
certainly worth consider
ing, in addition to the satis
faction of being Htted per
fectly in garments of cor
See lAtal jme of
Burlington Drug (^.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS.
«V TMC «P
MieHAELS, «TERW * 60.
MOCHKS-rVfl k' V*
The range of models inckdes three and
four button, single and double breast
sacks, in the new shades of brpvni,
green, olive, blue and black.
No matter if you are short, stout, tall,
slender or of natural build, we guaran
tee to fit you.
If Ready for
you will do well to look at our large and
fine collection, including short, medium!
and long styles, also riuncoats. Pnces
from $4.00 to $20.00.
Everybody is Inteie^f^
in the ch^ke he recsiveei. He knows tha
senders are doing ImvineHS iu the up to-
date way. Yoiv tMhij: nioi-e of checks
than yon do 6i the cutTt-hfcy.
YOUR CHECK ON
THE WRST NATIONAL BANK,
BURLINGTON, N. C
would give you a higher st,andittgtitaoA^
those yon want to think well of you, .
Opeu an account and pay even : sinali
bills by check. A check is a receipt as
Well as R payment. ,
See North Window of our
Clothing Store for Display of
these Special Priced Suits.
B. A. SELLARS & SON.
Thorough instruction is offered
in 6tenograhy,; %pe writing, Tjobk-
keeping, commercial arithnoetic,
and business correspondence. Stu
dents iully pi'eparkl to fill posi
tions in the business world.
J^or injbrinatiim emceminff fermt,
ccrurseof at'My, etc., apply to A
SMpt. F. H. CURTISS or
MISS E. E. STARKE, Prin.
Always on hand. All Oysters
sold here are Btrained.
BEST FISH ON MARKET.
Watch this space next week
Alamance Insurance & Real
will have something that will
First class ineailfi at all hours
up to mid-^hight. :
T. B. FOWLER & SON,
t(3 W. Davis Street,
Next to N. S. Oar^wiell.
A nd it ca roe to piass after he had
advertised his goods, there cainepn”
to him great pautitudes from all the.
rejB:ions round about and did buj of
him. And when his coiiipetitors
saw it they marvel(^ among tbera-
selves, saying: be it that
this man is busy while we loaf idle
about our doors?’’ And be spake
unto them: “In this fasrage of push
and bustle it’s easier for a canfiel to
go through the vye >-f a uftdle thau
for a m m to flonri'-h witi>ouf tidver- '
The siieriff of B*'U’i'-W k. who '
was shot a fe .v il.-jys uied last
Mrs. A. P. Greeson
invites you to be present
at the marriage of her daughter
Ora Lee Shepherd
Mr. William Adrion Jenkins
L’uesday afternoon, the 8th of December
Nineteen hundred and eight
at two-thirty o’clock
' at SpringT\^ood Presbyterian Church
fclibsonville, North Carolina
after December twentieth
Chenango Forks, New York
On Davis street in front of Mr.
Eugene Holt’s Friday night Mrs.
Banks Teague and Mrs. Cicero
Curtiss came near havi^og a serious
accident. They were in Mr.
Teague^s baggy driving to the stat
ion when the horse fell into the
water pipe ditch. Fortunately the
horse did not scare in its new sur
roundings and was led down the
ditch to a. shallow place and led out
with but little damage, no one hurt,
but the ladies were greatly excited.
A few more lights on the excava
tion might have beeu benefical to
The Corporation Commission
Monday issued a call to State^ private
and savings banks for a statement
of their couditioia at the close of
business Kovember 27th.
LIST OF LEHERS
Remaining in Post um*,e unciaiippd.
Burlington, N. C., Nov. 28, 1908.
Mr. F. C. Anderson, J. O. Boul-
ard, Mr. R. E. Bass, (col) Mr Ed
die Gant, E, G. Griffin, Esq.,
Brothess Heflin, Mr. John Leatham,
Samuel Isley, Mr. F. C. Moore, Mr.
Thos. Moorej Mr. W. B, Pratt J. J.
Ryan, Mr. Kobt. M. Crawford, Mr,
Thos. P. Wharton, (2) Mr. A. M.
White, C. C. Isley.
Miss Effie Campbell, Mrs, Lottie
Moore, Miss Sellae Oliver, Mrs.
Jessie Reddish, Miss Virginia Rus
sell, Miss lola Squires, Miss Wood
ford Teer, Mrs. Cora Wells,
Persons calling for any of these
letters will please'say ‘^advertised^’
and give date of advertised list.
J. Zeb Waller,
Notice of Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting ofth^ stock
holders of the State Dispatch Pub
lishing Company will be held on
the 8th day of December, 1908, at
7:30 o^olock in the afternoon, at the
office of the company over Sellars
Store, Burlington, N. C., for the
purpose of electing a board of di-^
rectors and receiving and acting up
on the reports of the officers, and
for the transaction of such other
business as may come before the
In accordance with the laws of
the State of North Caro^ina, no
stock can be voted on which has
been transferred on the books of the
company, within twenty days nejtt
preceding this election.
E. S. W. Dameron,
Nov. 12, 1908. Secretary.
TKo ivnuUie Trltk ^
FIRE ON TOP •
^T'hE Pecfe-WilUamson Under.
feed furnace has solved the
problem of gettitig tlean, ^en heat
out of cheapest slack. There*» no
smoke or dirt with an Underfeed
and you’ll save to^ on Coal
Thi$ illtistratton. sho\ra furnace
without casing, cut away to show
how coal is forced up under fire.
The Seaboard Air Line R. R, has
placed an order for |900.000 for
new rolling stock.
I bSw a 0&8B06 to SBOW‘
S. Thomas & Sons
IMrngton; N. C.