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bing, An occasional wiping with a damp cloth
will keep them looking clean and’4resh.
^ME QUALirf ^ ;
' ENAMELS (NEAL’S) .
3fe easily applied. They cost no more than ^>rdinary ,
paint and save you time, trouble and worry.
Our *‘Honie Decorating’’ booklet tells you how
fou can “do it yourself’ at trifling cost
Ask lor a free copy..^ _ j
Burlington, N. C.
k CENEIiliL TOilC -1
The passage o’f the bill in the
Senate ifi hniled by Democrats
fill over the country as the ful
fllment of their platform and
campaign pleciges. There is ^no
question that in one respect that
is tiue. The Democrats pledged
themselves in their national plat
form and on the stump all over
the country to revise the tariff
downward and to make a sub
stantial reduction in the exist
ing rates of duty. They surely
have done that. Their bil; as ii
stands, effects a reduction of
about 25 percent. The average
ad yalorem duty under the Payne-
Aldrich lav7 is something over
50 percent. Under the Wilson-
Underwood law it will be less
than 25 persent. The cut is
made ail down the line. It af
fects every schedule except those
dealing with pure luxuries. It
is a genuine farreaching and ef
fective reduction, and that part
of the Democratic promise is
But the country is much more
interested in seeing whether or
not the measure will prove an;
ecjual fulfillment of the other
part of the Democratic tariff
pledges. By the most important
part of their tariff promise to the
I country was the constant and
I widely made pledge by the
Democrats ,thpt through this re--
I duction in tariff rates they would
i bring down the cost of living,
j which now burdens so tremend
ously the great wage-working
I population of the country. I he
jreal test of the Wilson-Under-
! wood lav/ will be found in its
! effect or lack of effect on the
I high cost of living. The bill
how to solve if they were state
ment and economists and not
mere blatant demagogues blath
ering for office, pricrs for food
and clothing and the necessities
of life are about the fall and , re
lief is at hand for the ultimate
If these things come to
then the Democrat-? will
earned and be entitled to
If they do not come to
also the Democrats will
earned and be entitled to
reward. But it wiil be a
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TIRED, WEAK AND NERVOUS
Why Are So Many Burlington Peo
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In This Condition?
trouble and made my
almost wholly because j back strong,"
The Old Standard Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System, For Grown People and Children*
Tou know what you are taking whea you take GroYe's Tasteless chill Tonic
js tie formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tmic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
ionic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
"Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
^«thers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.
3l^ere9 nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
joscifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist, We mean it. 50c.
1 has found its popularity in the jed the
I of the Democratic promise to cut
the cost of living. This is the
chief issue in the c untry today.
The demand is w^ell-high univer
sal for relief from this burden.
The Democrats assured the coun^
try that the tariff exactions of
the standpat Republicans were
the chief cause of the high cost
of living. They reiterated their
promise of relief on every plat
form throughout the campaign.
Within the last ten days no less
a Democratic authority than
Speaker Clark has repeated the
promise, making it specifically
for this bill. Now, the time has
come for fulfilment. The new
bill will go into effect in all its
provisions within a short time.
If the Democratic promise was
true, if makes understood the
problem they professed to know
Peel tiard out, irritable and de
Uriene irregular; back weak
These are symptons that sug
gest kidney trouble.
Vv'hen the kidneys call_ for
Assist them with a tested kid
Give them the help they need.
No remedy more highly recom
mended than Kidney Pills.
Backed up by home testimony.
Endorsed by Burlington peo
Mrs. P. King, Dixie St. Burl
ington, N. C., sajs; . “I had
I nervous headaches, my back
wQiild hurt me and 1 had pains
when I lifted anything. "’The
kidneys action was quite irregu
lar, Doan’s Kidney Pills remov-
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for tuts, Burns and Bralsss.
I:: every home there should
be a box of Baclcleri’s Arnaica
Salvo, ^ready to apply in every
case of barn'3.' cit?:, wound‘d or
scalds. J. H. Polanco, Di.'lva!le,
Tex,, R. No. 2, wntes: ‘‘iiuck-
len’s Arnica Salve saved my lit
tle girl’s, cut foot. .No one. be-
Office Over C. F, q,
Burlington, - .
Dr. J. S. Frost
. Burlington, - N i_
Office phone 374-J. Res/374,L
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For sale by all dealers. Price
Helps With the Lessons
At night vi'hen the children gather around
the sitting-room table studying their lessons for
the next day, the telephone often rings. A little
neighbor a mile down the road wants help from
h?s school-mates. Children as well as grown-nps
get pleasure and profit from the farm telephone.
Do you know how little this service costs and how
valuable it is ?
See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or
write for our free booklet. A postal will do.
FARMERS’ LINE DEPARTMENT
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
S. PRYOR STREET ATLANTA, G.\.
Most Ghiidren Have Warms.
v Many mothers thmk their
jphildren are suffering from in-
l^gestion, headache, nervousness
weakness, costiveness, when
they are victims of that most
common of all children's ailments
—worms. Peevish, ill-tempered,
fertful children, who toss and
grind their teeth, with bad
breath and colicky pains have
all the symptoms of having
worms and should be given Kick-
apoo Vvorm Killer, a pleasant
candy lozenge, which expels
worms, regulates the bowels,
tones up the system and makes
children well and happy, Iticka-
poo Worm Killer is guaranteed.
All„druggists, or by mail. Price
25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine
Co., Philadelphia ?^d St. Louis
50 cents. Foster-Miiburn
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agent
the Uuited States.
Remember the name—Doan's
— and take no other.
SERIOUSLY CONSIDER IT
when about to caJl or reccom-
mend an undertaker—you can
not be to sure as to hia finness.
This means- more than you can
We have but one standard
of service and appointments —
"the best." The expense is a
matter of your own desire.
Williams, Green & McClure,
Graham N. C. Phone 25IL.
YOU CATTT EAT
The Southern Railway Co. wiil
have an educational exhibit at
the county fair. This will give
dirying and horticultural de
We desire to call the attentibn
of our readers to the date of our
county fair which will be held
Oct. 7th to 10th. arrange' to be
One of the things we are look
ing to with much interest is the
Alamance County fair Oct. 7th
‘ Ifultitudes of pedple Idse
appetite ■ don't estre to^ any
thing to 4^t. The dinner, boll has no
interest to them. They jlo^th^, their
breakfast. They may nibble, a little
of this atid a little of that, but they
do not care .for it.
Lunch has lost all of its charms,
alt'hough they, try to eat somethins.
Dinner about the same.
There is somethingr positively
wrong, of course, but no disease that
can be nani/ed. Just out of sorts.
That is alL
It is in this kind of a condition
that Peruna acts very beneficially.
After using^ Peruna, interest in food
is revived. Beginning with a tea
spoonful of Peruna' before each meal
will generally quickly Improve the
appetite and help the digestion.
Thousands of people can testify to
this. Liberated from a slavery that is
almost Tinbearable. The slavery of
having no interest in life. All ysed
up. Yet one does not know exactly
why. Take Peruna before each meai.
Skies will get blue again. Fields will
look green onee more and life will
be pleasant. You will feel that you
are good for something and the world
Is a good place to live In. Peruna
will do it. Not as an artificial stim
ulant. Simply a tonic that stimulates
appetite in a natutal way.
Those who objset to liquid medi>
cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets.
Office hours 1 to 2 p. m. 7 to 8 p ni
First National Bank BuildiJ.g
lieved it could be cared.The i Leave day calls at Hradl--'vc
250.^ Store. ■ , ' .
world's best, salve.
Froeman >Drug Go,
Only ■ 25c.
Whole Family Benefited
By Wonderful Remedy
There-are, inaiiy little things to
annoy us, under present con^iitiojis
of life.. The- hurry, luird work,,
noise and strain all tell on us and
tend to j)rovokc nervousness and.
irril;abihty.. U'e arc frequently so
\v'orn out we can: neither sleep'
nor work Avith' any comfort. We
are out of line with’ourselves and
others as well.'
A good thing to do under such
circumstances is to take something
Dr. Mile*' Anti-Pain PiiU
to relieve the strain on the nerves.
Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 82 Plum St.,
Atlanta Ga., writes:
“I have on several occasions bMh
vastly reUe\ ed by the u«se of your med
icines, espeoiaily the Anti-Pai« Pills,
which i keep, constantly on haftd for
the use' of myself, huiiband and twe^
sons. Nothing: Jn the world aauajs thami
as A headache rt^medy. Often I an i
enabled by the use of one two ’6f
tbe Pills; to ,sontinue .my housewerk
when 9therwiae I. wpuld b* in Mp
husband joins me ia my pmlse of
Anti'Faln ipllls ahd Nervtne.” ’
ire relied upon to relieve psltt*'
nervousness and irntability' in thou*
sands o£ households. Oi provmu
merit after twenty years- use, you
, can have, no reason-foi-. l>eiiig longer
At «H brugglsts, 25 doses 25 eefnt*.
MILES MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Dameron & Long
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A.TTORNEYS AT LAV^
S.W.BAraON I ABOLPB lo,n
Burlington j . ih-nhmn'
office m I . clBteiu
FaoBe ■ 250 Pliane 1*8
Attorney aiia uounseiloF at
Burlington, N. C.
Office room 7 and 8 Second
floor First N^t’l Bank Building
office ’phone 3‘3 7-J Resident
Buriingtori, North Carolina.
Office, Second Floor r’Irrt Nitiowl
DR. J. H. BROOKS
: Surgeon Dentist
, BURLliXGTON, N. C.
DR. J. E. HOLT
QtnCE Qffl FKEMANS blVG STOIE.
PHONE ..... . 4B
iuKUHiGTOH, N. t.
To Cure a Cold in Orst Oay
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quiaine, It stops the
Cough ^ and Headache and woikr: off tbe Co.d.
Druggists refund money if 't fails to cure,
E. W, GROVE'S signature ot eac;- 25c,
I ltT ' a 1Q1 o
7:00 A. M. daily for Roanoke
arid intermediate stations. Con
nect with Main Line train North,
East and West with Pullman
Sleeper, Dining Cars.
2:05 P. M. daily for Martins
ville, Roanoke, the North and
East. Pullman steel electric
lighted sleeper Winston-Salem to
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, New
Dining Cars ISiorth of Roanoke.
4:15 P. M. daily, except Sun
day, for Martinsville and local
Trains arrive Winston-Salem
9:15 A.M., 9:35 P. M., 1:55P. M,
Trains leave Durham for Roxboro
South Boston and Lynchbui^g 7:00 a.
dHiIy.and 5:30 p. m. daily exceptSnnday
W. B. HEVILii, Passi’r. TraR JMgr.
W. C. SAtJNDKRS,Geu’I PaH, Ag*
Burlington, N. L
Gbtrles in Stock over 300
ferenr Patterns of
Organ, Singing, (a
Specialty), Theory of Music,
Mr. G. Scott-Hunter,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
Organist and Choi r mas ter,
* ‘Church of the Holy Comforter'
Burlington, N. C., gives lessons
in the above subjects. Terms
(which are reasonable) and all
Burlington, N. G.
IF NOT,. WHY NOT? ITS
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