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We have a few «f those
suede hand bags left.
Splendid values at low
Local tt Personal
White fish. Coble’s Grocery.
Fresh Mackard. Coble’s Gro.
Coble “ Bradshaw Co. have a
change of ad. in this issue.
Miss Callie Boland will spend
Sunday at Durham the guest of
her sister Mrs. M. T. Langley.
100,000 FINEST straw berry
plants, twelve varieties. 50 cents
I>er hundred. Jos. A. Isley.
FOR SALE-Good oak stove-
wood. Will deliver. Phone No.
221. H. F. Bass.
FOR SALE—House and lot. See
Carl S. Hornaday, Burlington,
Mrs, S. G. Boland will leave
Thursday for Durham to be the
guest of her daughter for several
WANTED—Second hand bags
and burlap: Write for prices.
Richmond Bag Company.
Mrs. R. A. Coble, who has been
the guest of friends in the coun
ty for a week, returned home
LOST—Ladies double case gold
watch, Wednesday around post
office or on road to Hopedale.
Liberal reward. D. S, Hall,
WANTED-To Buy For Cash
1000 bushels New Corn, also the
same amount of sweet potatoes.
Apply to Burlington Grocery Co.
Mr. M. D. Winningham and
R. A. Crawford left Monday for
Hamlei where they will be until
Christmas, after which time Mr.
W^inningham will go to Florida to
spend the winter,
Gorrell Hart, who has been
working at Windsor, N. C., has
been spending a few days in our
midst en route for Lenoir, where
he has accepted a position in a
job printing shop.
Nights of Unrest
No Sleep, No Rest, No Peace for
the Sufferer from Kidney
No peace for the kidney suf
Pain and distress from^morn
Get up with a lame back, i
Twings of backache bother
you all day.
Dull aching breaks you rest at
Unnary disorders add to your
Get at the cause—cure the kid
Doan’s Kidney Pills reach the
They’re for the kidneys Only^j-
Have made great cures in this
N. Foster, Market St., Gra
ham; N. C., says: “I am in a
position to recommend Dosln's
Kidney Pills highly. They curfed
me of a bad cas6 of kidney cblh-
plaint besides helping two other
members of my family who were
similarly afflicted. My kidneys
acted so frequently that I was
obliged to get up often during
the night and thus my rest was
broken. There was a severe
pain in my back and my head
ached a great deal. Wlien I
heard one of my neighbors speak
highly of Dosin’s Kidney Pills, I
got a box and after using them a
short tinfie, I was completely
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
for the XTnited States.
Remember the name—Doan’s
■and take no Other.
and McCall Patterbs
H*y« Mo^ Fnenii* than any other
magazine or patterns. McCalrs is the
reliable Fashion Guide monthly in
one million One hundred thousand
homes. Besides showing all the latest
designs of McCall Patterns, each isstie
is brimful of sparkling short stories
and helpful information for women.
Save MonttTAvd Keep k» Style by sulacnbjng
for McCall's Magazine at once. Cost* only 50
cents a yesT, iucioding any One o£ the celebtstcd
McCall Patterns free.
McCbH Pattern* Lead aU oAers in »ty1e, fit,
simplicity, economy and uumber sold. More
dealers sell McCall Patterns than any other two
makes combined. None higher than 15 cents. Buy
from your deakr, or by mail from ^
236-20 W. 37di St., N.w York Otgr
NoTB^ABiplt Copr» Fmiun Catsleciw nd Fnttm GAtatop* frat^
^ . Ml f«^aeft.
Fryman Drug Co. ha»|
just opened up a fire line of T.
W. Woods & Sons Turnip SeedJ
Any kind you want.
CAUSE FOR ALARM.
Sctice of Sale of Real Estate.
Under and by virtue of a con
tract executed to the Central
Loan & Trust Co., by the follow
ing persona: J. B. Gerringer
Lot Nos. 12 and 13, W. C. Isley
Lot Nos. 8, 9, 10 and 11, J. M.
Shoffner, Lots Nos. 14 and 15,
B. E. Teague Lots Nos. 23, 56
and 70, Bruce H. Carroway Lots
Nos. 6 and J. W. Ingle Lot No.
18, all shown and described in
plat Book No. one, page one of
the public registry of Alamance
County, and I, Assignee of Trus
tee, will sell at public auction for
cash to the highest bidder on
Saturday, Dec. 16, 1911, at 3 o'
clock P. M. on the land situate
on Central Ave., Burlington, N.
C. to satisfy said contract.
This the 13th day of Nov. 1911.
B. M. Hoffman,
Assignee of Trustee.
To be a Mmchu in certain parts
of China at the present moment
is mighty unhealthful.
AU WE iiiiEBS Asm
Graham, N. C, Satarday, Not. 18,
.1911, 11.-00A. M.
1 “Reading Course
Supt. S. G. Linsay.
Supt. J. B, Robertson.
in the new town hall.
3—Demonstrations Lessons in 2
Grade (a) In spelling
(b) In numbers
Miss Lucy Burch.
Lean of Appetite or Distrsss After Cat*
ing a 8ymptom That Should Not
Appetite is just a natural desire for
food. Los-s of appeilte or stomach dis
tress after eating indicate indigestion
or dyspepsiia. Over-eating is a habit
very dangerous to a person’s good gen
It is not what you eat. but what y on
digest and amtzidllate tliat does yon
g6»d. Some of th« strongest, heaviast.
and: healthiest person.^ are moderate
There Is nothing that will cause
more trouble than a disordered stom
ach, and many people dally contract
«erion«i maladies - simply throtigh cUs-
r^ard or abus« of the stomaeh.
We urge all #ho suffer^ from any
stomach demngeiiifent, In^gestlon. or
dj^ep^ia, wheth^V’ acute or chronic,
to hx Rfexall Dyspepsia Tablets, irtth
the distinct understsnding that we will
refund their money without (question
or' formalityi If after reasonable use of
this ^medicine, they are not perfwtly
satisfied with the results. We recom
mend tbeni to bur customers every
day. find have yet to h^ar of any
who haa not be6n benefltJ'tl by them
We honwtly believe them to be with
out equal. They give very prompt re
lief. aiding to n'eutralisse the gastrin
Juices, strengthen the digestive organs,
to regulate the bowels, and thus to pro
mot* perfect nutrition, and eradicate
sUl unhealthy symptoms.
We urge yon to try a 25e. box of
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, which f^vpr
15 d^ys’ treatnient At the end of
that tbne, your money will be returned
to you tf you are not sati.sfied. Ot
course. In 'chrdMc ca.^s length of treat
Bj^t varies. For such cases. havp
two larger slises. which sell for. 5Qr
•nd $1.00. Remember, you can ot:taJp
iterall RemcKlies in cotnmttnit’
w)ly at our 8tore>~The Eesall
Ff eman i>hig Vo.
LOST—Bunch of keys. Return
to JVeeman Drug Co. Geo. A. -
Isley. ■ ■
Hines, Ala.—In a letter from
this place, Mrs. Eula Mae Brad-
; ley says: ‘ i used to spit up all I
; ate. I was tired and sleepy all
the time. My head ached, and
I could hardly dra^ around. Since
taking Cardui, this has entirely
quit, and now I feel quite fit.”
Mrs, Bradley suffered from ner
vous indigestion. Gardui builds
up the nervous system, and
strengthens the womanly consti
tution. That's why Cardui help
ed Mrs. Bradley and why it wall
help you. Try it
A Father's fesQeanc!!
The map of the world must be
rather a distressing study for the
peace-loving Mr. Carnegie just
Every teacher in the public
school work in the county is ex
pected to be present at this meet
ing. The association is a very
vital part of our school work and
must not be neglected. It is the
public duty of every teacher to
be present. Public duty should
be placed ahead of private busi
ness or personal convenience,
and the teacher who can not rise
5o this conception ought to
change her vocation.
J. B. Robertson, Supt.
would have fallen on any
who. attacked the son of 1
Bdn iy, of South Rciekwooid, Mich
but he w^ powerless before at
tacks of Kidney trouble. “Doc
tors could not help me," he wrote
“so at last we gave him Electric
Bitters and he improved wonder
fully from taking six bottles. Its
the best Kidney medicine I ever
saw.'^ Backache, Tired feeling,
Nervousness, Loss of Appetite,
warn of Kidney trouble that may
end in dropsy, diabetes or Brights
disease. Beware: Take Electric
Bitters and be safe. Every bot
tle guaranteed. 50c at Freeman
We ofWr One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catanh Cure.
p. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolboo,0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney lor the Ikstt 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to'
cari7 out anv obligations made by hii?
WAiiMNG, Kinnan £ Marvin,
» Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internal'
ly, acting directly upun the b^ood and
mucous surfaces ol the system. Testi
monials sent "free. Price ieents per
bottle. Sold by all Drus^ts.
Take Hairs Family Pills for eonstipa*
Be'*«re and visit our stoje ard be prepared for
a surprise. You will be amazed ftt the gteat varietv
^red tor yoti^ inspection, low will be ctelighted
the beauty and good so eyfdS45nt everywhere. And
be most agreebly surprised at ouV prices which
enable ^ui buy better or more than you thought
Julfe^ceiy^d^other car j^room suits snd have
some beau^l ones at $20.0000 and $30^00.
.h p. Spoon, D. V. S. W . A. Hornaday
Spoon Sc Hbrnaday
OfBce and Hospital Office Phone 377
415 Main St, Residence Phone 282,
C A. Anderson M. D.
Office hours 1 to 2 p. m. 7 toS p. m.
First National Bank Building.
Leave day calls at Bradleys Drug:
Dameron & Long;
AXtO^EYS AT LAW
nm% • 250
ADOLPH L 0 Ilf 6
Watch the Window, 5-10&25 ct
store Wilson & Buchanan.
Child Falls in Well, !s Kilied.
Winston-Salem, N. C., Nov. 10.
—The three-year-oid^on of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Kirkman, fell in
a well at the home of the parents
just west of the city today and
was killed. There was very lit
tle water in the well and the
child, falling head foremost,
struck the stone bottom, 'Crush
ing its head. The ' father was
working on a building at the
Children 's Home when he was
summoned home by the screams
of his wife.
FOR SALE-Car No. 1 Timo
thy Hay, Burlington Grocery Co.
John H. Vernon,
Attorney and CouDBellor at Law,
Burlington, N. C,
Office over Bradlev’s Drug Store.
are tinloading two car loads of
ti^ture this w^k. 'EJiSMd-
^q> already large i^tock
ptete line they have ever cafri-
e4v fhljy ate
you pfici^ that
is in ihfe laarket in
ing Kne. All thcF aik is that
to you t®
sayiog it will be
John R. Hoffinan,
Burlington, North Carolina.
Office. Second Floor First National
DR. J. H. BROOKS
BURHiSGTON, N. C.
J. N. Taylor, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Office in Piedmont Building.
8:00 to 10:00 4:00 to 6:00
ANYmiiia IN TAILORING.
Also thfr Home of Sati^acUon b Cleaning.
Pressing, and Dying.
and Cleintflg Works.
Ili. Leathgi Prop.
rRENCH CLEANINd A *ypE:lALTY
I You Have a Rightto
If you have the am
bition and energy, to
gether with an honest
purpose to earn it
We WIU Help You.
some body s
house to rent Others by the
Call and talk it over
The first step toward financial5nde|endence is .
to own your own home. Begin now. Don’t wait I SCOte have tried the
You have waited all these years and you are I Way’’and found it easv Will VOU^
stUl paying rent. ® ~ j
rightabout and try *The PIEDMONT
WAY.'’ Invest a few doUars saved each week
or month^ together with the interest, taxes, in
surance and maintenance money—namely, Rent
—that you have been paying to the **Other Fel
low” and soon it will be
YOUR VERY OWN HOME
keal iEstate Jepartitt^
Phone No. 76
sHnff ’ JSeard,
iteMay wfu?^ shot t
&nded in m cou]
Enry Beard, prose
Qher of the man wl
ftused the. trial. J. I
constable, who wa
r Joe Beard was a di
Ive of the" man he m
lith killing. The trii
ard fought and bitte]
Sationship/ of. the
Eid the victim.
J Just after Joe Bearc
iflriiarged he and R(
L courtroom, and wl
at Joe Beard an
fice, it is said, in
Jford was struck c
^st. Redford firec
Henry Beard as he
f Henry Beard was a
Ir a short pursuit bj
The Crops for
[The final returns fo
led by the Departm
fclture considerably i
tuation compared wi
fctin August or
lie corn crop remaii
ftlly as it was origin:
I and the reductior
k cent, leaves-it'tfl
tn that the price of
fd, now lower than
111 be higher durin
telve months on i
Ian in the past crop
lln potatoes, ho’
sld, 281,000,000 bus
fh£tt queftion will be a
iceSjlf you qualify—ta
liore BANKERS indors
t colleges COMBINED
anktiib TntewHtfng, Pemi
-FRSS wxllfajrr bnncheg.
I United States say tha
r System of BoolcKeei.
125 to 50 per cent in w
[court reporteiTS write t
thand Draughon Co
.Because they kno’j
I Account North Ca
J21st, tiie SOUTHl
Jom all points in N
II return limit 0ct
[In addition to the
ILWAY will opei
Icount the above o
Special Train, Qre
hve Greensboro 6:
Jpecial Train, Ox
have Oxford 7:00
Special Train, Gol
ive Goldsboro 7:4
^or further detail
ass the undersigni
m new. \
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