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Local and Persoaal.
Mr. C, F, Neese has recently
’.ailed a new phone in his store.
Misses Bertha and Verna Cates
^:ere Greensboro visitors last Sat
iM:r. W. J. Brooks spent Satur-
iiiy and Sunday at Reidsville the
^i'est of friends.
CoiKmunion services at the
liUtheran church the second Sun-
iay in September,
The excursion from Durham to
Danville '^onday was attended
by a large crowd.
Mi^. J.H. Joyner and mother
M S^^itsett were shopping visit-
•ai^s in town Monday,
Mr. and Mrs, H. C. King ;of
S;. F. D. No. 5 spent Sunday the
guest of Mr. and Mrs, S. A. Horne
Get busy, subcribe for the Dis-
Dutch or renew your subscription
iiid vote for the lady of your
Miss Ethie Garrett leaves Fri
day for Greensboro where she
will be in school at the State
>]ormaI this year.
Mr. W. R. Garret, who has been
‘traveling in Virginia, returned
iwme last week to be v/ith his
'jiUiily untill November.
Fa-s. Lea Mann of Albermarle
jixent from Wednesday to Mon
day the guest of her parents Mr.
Lcid Mrs. W, G. Dameron.
Messers B. E. Teague and Chas
¥aiker spent Saturday at Hills-
't^oro attending* the Orange
l€a;raty Republican Convention.
I\nk Horn f^ent last week at
Pines in the mountains
guest oi friends. He returned
Saturday artd reports the time of
J. W. Murray who v/as
rated on at Richmond Friday
T>. reported as improving nicely,
sler many friends hope she will
yion be able to return home.
The dedication of the new Luth
Church will occur the second
Sunday in Octol>er. All the previ-
'sus pastors have been invited to
Represent. It is hoped they will
Miss Rebecca Bradley who has
seen the guest of her brotherMr.
Bradley for the past week or
fcm days left Monday for Ruffin to
^)end several days with friends
Pi-bf. Spiker returned last week
from Virginia where he spent a
;:iontbs vacation the guest of
relatives. He will have charge of
thie music department at Bing-
feim this year.
^ Misses Verna Cates and Maytie
5jxx>n leave this week for Raleigh
to enter school at Meredith Col
lege. Miss Spoon will take the
regular literary course and Miss |
Cates a buisness course.
Miss Pearle Mebane spent Sat
urday and Sunday the guest of
Miss Cora Trollinger on R. F. D.
FOR SALE—One 4 1-2 months
old half Fercheon Colt, well built
and well grown for its age. Ap
ply to J. Ed Jobe, Mebane N. C.
Mrs. H. E. Greeson of High
Point spent the past week the
guest of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Shepherd. Mr. Gree-
son came down Saturday evening
and accompanied her home Sun
Miss Ollie Lloyd of Orange
Grove passed through town Satur
day returning from Greensboro
where she visited friends. She
has accepted a position in the
millinery department of the
Whitted Dry Good Co.
A beautiful reception was given
at the home of Miss Maude Shoff
ner last Friday night in honor of
her guest of High Point. Games
w^ere played, refreshments served
all present enjoyed the social and
hospitable treatment of Miss
Rev. L, S. Massy, Editor of the
Raleigh Christain Advocate,
preached at the Front Street
Methodist church Sunday morn
ing and night. Both sermons
were very instructive. The pastor
Rev. J. A. Hornaday is assisting
in a series of evangelistic services
in Randolph County.
Story of Pledges Eedeenied.
All the terms used, in President
Taft's letter to Chairman Mc
Kinley are those; o:| exactitude,
just what has been done and just
what is sought tc> be done being
clearly* coldly and iiicontroverti-
bly set forth, with no suggestion
of fervor, to say ni5)thing of the
tropical. Even in the summing
up or peroration, so-called, there
is no effort to appeal to the gall
eries. Calmly, the President tells
the story of pledges redeenied and
of promises yet to b^ fulfilled. —
Mr. and Mrs. E:. A Coble spent
Saturday and Siinclay the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Curry Stewart
Has the Tiiie Ring.
‘ ‘President Taft reminds Cong
ress that it still hai^ other pledges
to be kept, including legislation
providing for the issue of stocks
and bonds by interstate railways,
the limitation of the power of the
federal injunctions, the creation
of a national bureau of health and
the encouragement of our mer
chant marine, Tjiie letter, as a
whole, has the ring of real Republi
caaism, and undoubtly will prove
a valuable contribu tor to the litera
ture of the Cong'ressional cam
paign; which is the preliminary
skirmish to the CEirnpaign of 1912.
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Work Weakens the kidneys.
Deafness be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseaBed portion of “jfhe ear-
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that i^ 'by coBf5titj]tional reniediee.
Deafness is cansed by an inflamed condi
tion of the inucons hnning of the Eusi-a-
chian Tube. When this txlbe is inflamed
yon have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, aud when it is entirely closed;
Deafness ie the result, and unless the
inflamiiiiation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will b( destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused hy Catarrh
which ie nothing but an inflamed eondi-
tion of the ni ucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dpilars for
any case of Deafness (caused by eatrrah)
chat cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh
Cure. Sefid for circulars, free.
F. J. CiuiNEY & Co.,[Toledo, O.
, Sold by Druggists, 75.
Take Hall’s Pamily Pills for constipa
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS
Remaining in Post Office at
Burlington, N. G., Sept. 10, 1910
A. A. Brown, B. W. Baulding,
T. Cates, G. B. Foster. Luther
Hooker, L. F. Kelton, W. T. Hall,
Robt. Jones, Solomon Kimbro, J.
J. Mun^y, C. L. Nusz, Newlin W.
Bate, R. L. Warren.
Mrs. Jane Corbett, Mrs, Rosa
Graham, Mrs. Martha Garrison,
Miss Rosa Jones, Miss Mary Jeff
ries, Miss Cletus Johnson, Mrs.
Tilda King, Miss Lola J. Long (3),
Miss Annie Long, Mrs. W. J.
Mitchell, Miss Lillie Martin, Miss
Sallie Payne (2), Miss Annie
Belle Payne, Miss Sarah Towsent,
Miss Lizzie Tickle.
Persons calling for any of these
letters will please say “Advertis
ed and give date of advertise d
J. Zeb Waller,
Doan’s Kidtey Pilis Haye Done
Great Service for People
Who Work Ik Burlington.
Most Burlington people work
every day in som^e strained, un
natural position-bending con
stantly over a desk—riding on a
jolting wagons or cars—doing la
borious houi^e work; lifting, reach
ing or pulling or trying the back
in a hundred and oae other ways
All these strains tend to wear,
weaken and injut*e the kidneys
until they fall i>efcind in their
work of filtering the poisons from
the blood. Do'aii's Kidney Pills
cure sick_ kidhej.s, put new
strength in bad backs. Cures
effected in this ioca'ity form the
strongest proof iff tlieir efficiency
read this testimony,
W. N. Ainton, taHor, S. Elm
St., Greonsboro, N. C.., says: “I
have tried a great many kidney
remedies and have come to the
conclusion that Doan’s Kidney
Pills are the best one on the
market. In my work I am obli
ged to be in a ci-aniped position
for hours at a time and I believe
this constant strain weakened my
kidneys. I was so much impres
sed by reading testimonials given
in favor of Doan's Kidney Pills,
ohat I procured a box and began
their use. They soon entirely
relieved npie of kidney complaint. ”
For sale by all dtaalers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New Yoi'k, sole agents
for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan’s
—and take no otlxer.
Spring and Summer Changes of
the Southern Railway.
(Effective Juiie! 5th, 1910.)
On the above date the Southern
Railway will put in operation
their Elegant Summer Service of
Sleepers and Parlor cars from all
important points. Jacksonville^
Atlanta, Macon, New Orleans,
Memphis, Chattanooga, Colum
bia, Charleston, Norfolk, Ra
leigh, etc., to
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RE
SORTS ‘ ‘the land of THE SKY’ ’
all other Summer Resorts. Cheap
round trip rates effective May
15th, to September 30th, final re
turn limit October 31st, 1910.
For further information re-
j garding rates, schedules, Puli-
I man reservations, etc., apply to
your nearest agent or the under
H. F. Cary, W. H. Parnell,
Gen’l Passeng- Trav'l Passenger
er Agent, Agent,
Washington, D. C. Raleigh, N. C.
Dr. W. D. Moser
BURLINGTON, N. C.
Day calls at Freeman Drug Co.
■phone 20. Night calls, Mrs. S.
M. Hornaday’s, ’phone 282.
Country calls prcmptiy aaswered.
and Mrs. L. V. Macomson
are all smiles over the arrival of
Httie Ruth Van Buren last Wed
nesday morning. Mr. and Mrs.
Macomson have been married ten
years and this is the first born.
Bob Isley, an employe at the
Elraira Cotton Mill had the mis
fortune to get three of his fingers
cvit off by the machinery Saturday
n'.ornirtg. Physicians were sum"-
riionfrd but the fingers cculd not
We Stand Behind
every piano we sell with
a binding guarantee, look
after it-he Ip you take care
of it-make you our friend-
^ that’s why we have sold
so many. We have pianos
from $150.00 up b^utthat
$250.00 piano can’t be
beat for the price, and
then the terms are so
ELLIS MACHINE & MUSIC CO.
BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA,-
Dameron & Long
attorneys at law
£. s. W. DAMERON ADOLPH LONG
office ill oflSce in
Piedmont Building ifoIt-NichoIson BIdg.
Phone - 250 Phone lOO-B
John H. Vernon,
Attoruej and Counsellor at Law,
Burlington, N. C.
Office over Bradley’s Drug Store.
John R. Hoffman,
Burlington, North Carolina.
Office, Second Floor First National
DR. J. H. BROOKS
BURLiiNGTON, N. C.
Jas. N. Taylor, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office Piedmont Building, two
front rooms, up stairs
PHONES: 01fic3 218A, Residence 5)5)5.
Hours 9 to 12 a. m. 4 to 5 p. m.
Specialist Diseases of Children atsd Women
A FirstrGlass Preparatory Schodi
Certificateis of Gracjuatipn Accepted for
Entran:e to LeadirigSbuthern Colleges
Facuit,t of ten oificei’8 and teacliers.
fvatQpitis,6f seventy-tive acres, library
coatainifig luore than foipty thoueapd^^
biound vblunies. Weir eq uipped gy rn-
nasiuiri. High stiindarde jand iiipdei’U
iHethpds of iiietitutidn. Fj’equejQt
lectuTCB by promineut; lectureife. Esi-
penKe&jexceedihgJy in^)d^rate. Twelve
years of ]>hertoineiial Buecess. :
For catalpgue and other inforniatipn!
F. a AJLDRIGE. Buisar
. Durham, C.
Trinity Coll eg
Five Bepa-rtinents—Collesriah. r. T
The College of Alamance County
Prepkrstipry, Mmio, Art, WocufJon,
arid liiisipess Departments.
Four courses leading- to De
grees- Special Norm^Ll Goursfes
for Teachers, approyed and
endorsed by County Superin
tendent Fleming and State
Superintendent Joyner. Every
modern convenience. Steam
iHeat. Electric Lights. Baths.
Terms moderate; from $X12;00
to $187.00 per session of ten
For catalo^e or other infor
E. L. MOFFITT, President, or
W. A. HARPER, Dean,
Elon College, N. C.
tion; Largi' librar>
J V \v it
equipped laboiatories ■
juentis of f^cienee.
isbed with befet aumvatiiK i
-■ Tef3£lm‘s ,'Kn,
: to.^--hwk (shim'bi^
vmig'^ite fM sv] my if,r mlvini
hdoiitwn irt 1. runty CoJh o;/
For cataKjgue a nd furtlier i
R* L, JFLOWERS, Secreiarv
Durham, N. C.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
College of Agriculture and
The State's college for
training Industrial workers.
Courses in Agriculture, Hor
ticulture, Animal Husband
ry and Dairy; in Civil Elec
trical and Mechanical Engi
neering; in Cotton Milling
and Dyeing; in Industrial
Chemistry; and in Agricul
tural teaching. "
D. H. HILL, Pres.,
West Raleigh, N. C.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
State Normal and
Maintained by the State for
the Women of North Carolina
Four regular Courses leading
to Degrees, fecial Courses
for Teachers. Fall Session be-
^ns September 14,1910. Those
desiring to enter should a]3ply
as early as possible. For cata
logue and other information
J. I. FOUST, President Greensboyo, m, c.
and Conservatory of
Music For Girls and
. Young Women...
, N. Carolina.
If yoU; are thinking of enter
ing school write for catalog.
Special advantages in Music
and Art. Location ideal.
Buildings well equipped.
Rates very4ow\ Fall term
opens September, 1910.
JOSEPH L. MURPHY, President.
•1 stock of out^r garments for the masculine fam-
ily^are daily arnvmg, and they possess all the suit individ-
uality that is becoming to: the leading American tailors.
, We Avant you to see them. In fact it will be to your
mterest to come here b^for^ btiying your fall dress suit.
Ihey are Irom the largest manufacturers. Ask others.
A fuU line of Diy Goocls,
Home of Good Clothes.
Burlington, N. C.
We appraise property, abstract title,
prepare mortgage, write the insurance
on buildings, have the papers recorded
and look c£srefully and systematically
after everj^ detail incident tothetrans
We save you all the worry and
trouble incident to negotiating such
, , - . » . If you wish to buy or build a home,
a loans only on first mortgage on I enlarge or extend your business, call
S real estate. :::::::: I to see us, imd ‘®rr’ov^"'
I lo Loan
g For one year or longer at six
S per cent per annum, payable
%2 serii-annually. We negotiate
, - - N. c.
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