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The most reliable lantern for
farm use is the RAYO, It is
made of the best materials, so that
it is strong and durable without
being heavy and awkward.
It gives a clear, strong light. Is easy
to light and rewick. It wont blow
out, won’t leak, and won't smoke.
It is an expert-made lantern. Made
in various styles and sizes„ There is a
RAYO for every requirement.
At Dealers Everywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Waahsngton. D. C.
Charlotte^ N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston. S. C.
Torpid livef.conf^tipHfed bowels j
and disorden^d srontac ! a)e the^
causes of rh(’se headf.chfs Take ,
Dr. Ki n g’s New Li fe P i! s You j
will be surprised bov^ quickly you |
will pret relief. They sJjmu.atei
the diffei’fnt tf'> do their j
work properly. No hctfpr resu-
iator for liver ;;md hovvels Fake
25c nnd in-eptin n Itox iodav. At
p]\ druggists or by niai!. H. Cu
Bucklcn & Co., FhiUideiphia and,
St. Louis. I
,Nearly Everj? rijlld Ha§ Worms |
Hi times 3, flushfid
face, unnatural bunker, picking
rhe nose, great thirst, ets., are-
indications of worms. Kickapoo,
Worm Kliler ir a reiiable, thor
ough medicine for the removal of
all kinds of worms from children
, nnd adults Kicknpco Worm Kill-
I er is in pleasant cardy i'orra, aids
i fligeRt-ion, tones svstem.overcom-
j ing constipah4)n and increasing
I the action of t’ne liver. Is per-
i fectly safe for even the most del-
,'icate children. Kickapoo Worm
Killer makes chiidren happy and
healthy. 25c. Guaranteed. Try
it. Drug stores or by mail. Kick
apoo Indian Medicine Co , Phila
delphia and St. Louis.
Read a case of it;
Mrs. Sarah Andrews, Webb Ave.,
and Anthony Street., Burlington, N.
C., says: “I suffered a great deial
from pains in the small of my back.
I had such bad headaches at times
that I could not get about. I was
dizzy too. Finally, I decided to try
Doan's Kidney Hlls and got some
from the Freeman Drug Co. They
When Mrs. Andrews was interview
ed by our representative on March
15, 1912, she said: ‘'All I have ever
.^aid about Doan’s Kidney Pills holds
good. I know that they are the best
c»f all kidney medidnes,”
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan’s—and
take no other.
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JESSIE GETS HER
Censj'i‘ssn?en's . iiia'»Tiond Pcudant
Was Sent to tht; White House
Washington, Nov. 20.—Miss Jessie
V/iisoB, the White House bride-elect
I'eceived her $2,000 present from the
house today. The sparkling dia
mond pendant, resting in a satin lin
ed jewel box with a tiny key dang-
Ung from ist heart shaped lock v.^as
taken to the White House by a mem
ber of the Washington jev/elry firm
which has been preparing the gift.
The sentiment inscribed upon
parchment accompar.ylng the present
ladForTkee SiJmmm Mrs. Via* i l wovdd have died if l hadn’t read-.
I taken it. ^ /’'The representatives of the people
cent Was Usable t© Atiead to ... . . ... nr, a • t h" Congress send this gift to Miss
‘ began taking Cardui, ,1 was | Woodrow Wilon with their sin-
cerest and best wishes as an evidence
of the tender interest and hearty
good will of all the people, on the
Gray Hair Made its Original Color.
(Clip This Notice Its Worth 50c)
If you hair is gray, white,
faded, brittle, falling out, itch
ing scalp or dandruff, apply Q*
Ban hair color restorer to gray
hair and scalp. Not a dye, but
it brings to the hai.' surface the
original color nature gave your
hair. Makes gray hair brown,
black, suburn or its original color
of 17 or 18 years of age. Never
fails. Perfectly harmeless, de
lightful to use Q-Ban makes
hair soft, full of life, beautiful.
Stops dancjruf, itching scalp and,
falling hair, Complete directioins
forborne treatment of the hair
with each bottle. 50c by parcel
post, or return this notice and
$1 and we v/ill deliver you three
bottles. If nyt satisfied by its
use we give you back $150.
Address Hessig-Eliis Drng Co.,
Mexican Governmeiit Or(d;i's all Gunir
boats from Ports Where they .
Have Been Anchored.
Vera Cruz, Nov. 22.—It has been
authoratively learned that Provision
al President Huerta has been drink
ing heavily for several weeks past.
Realizing that a di‘unk6n man can
not be held responsible the Washing
ton government, which daily receives
report.? of Huerta's condition, has
simply matched Huerta’s statement
with his condition ahd let it go at
that. ; ' .
Ill ipursuance of the fixed policy of
the United States of keeping the sit
uation clear and avoiding every pos
sible chance^ of clashes Envoy John
Lind today aidvises Prof. Tosser, th®
Harvard Arhhaelogist against going
to Mexico City with his wife urging
him to drop hiis research work in
Mexico for the present.
The Mexican government today or^
dered all her gunboats from the ports
where they have been at anchor. They
are sailing under secret orders and
it is reported that they will hide at
Washington, Nov. 22.—:Secretary
of State Bryan issued a statement to
day bitterly condemning newspaper
“fakes,” in the Mexican situation,
and emphatically denying the morn
ing paper story that the United
State?! had protested against Great
Britian’s sending two vessels to the
Secretary Bryan said: “Surely in
international affairs there ought to
be the aptriotic desire to prorriote
friendly relations with other nations
and these cannot be promoted by the
reckless publication of false state
ments with regard to the acts of pub
lic officials. I desire to condemn all
publications of this kind without in-
Quiring into the truth or falsity of
Amy of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. suffered for
ihree summers,” writes Mrs. Walter
yince.it, of this town, “and the third and
\airt time, was my worst.
1 had dreadful nervous headaches and
fffostratson, and was scarcely abl3 to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains in my back
ttcd sides and when one of those weak,
linking spells would come on me, 1
would have to give up and lie down,
antil it wore off.
1 was certainly in a dreadful state of
liealth, when i finally decided to try
Cardui, the woman’s tonic, and 1 firmly
greatly helped, and all three bottles re
iieved me eniirely.
I fattened up, and grev/ so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an
other person altogether.”
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Gardul today.
Write to; Chattanooga Medicine Co., Lftdies’ AC-
visory Dept., Chattanooca, Tenn., for Special In-
StrnctioiiS on ytiur case and 64-page book, "Horae
Treatment for Woir.en,” sent in plain wrapper.
Why continue to suffer with toothache?
Diseased and aching teeth causes nervousness, indigestion
losi3 of v/eight and bad breath.
Have ? our teeth filled and mouth placed in good condition.
Have your badly decayed teeth removed by the most painless and
safest method known,
All work guaranteed. Prices reasoriable.
Dr. J. E Holt
BURLINGTON, N. C.
Office over Freeman’s rug Store.
Phone 462 L.
happy occasion of her marriage to
Mr. Francis Bowe-s Sayre November
The names of the committee of the
house signed to this sheet of parch
ment paper, identical with that on
which Congress prints its legislative
work, were Speaker Clark, Democ'ratic
Leader Underwood, Republican Lead
er Mann, Progressive Leader Mur
dock and Representatives Cooper.
Wisconsin; Henry, Texas; Campbell,
Kansas; Hardv/ick, Georgia; Page,
North Carolina; Johnson, Kentucky;
Palmer, Pennsylvania; Austin, Ter.-
nessee; Townsend, New Jersey;
Fowler, Illinois, and Chandler, New
Secretary and Mrs. Bryan’s gift
was among those received and it will
be uncrated today. The present con
sists of an inlaid mahogany tea table
and chair. Among the other gifts
were a dozen silver plates from An-
drev/ and Mrs, Carnegie and a hand
some silver bowl from the Spanish
minister and Mme. Riano.
Miss Margaret Wilson, it was learn
ed today, has taken personal charge
of the musical program at the wed
ding celebration. In addition to the
music by the full Marine Band, a
choir of boys will sing during the cer
emony. A compiimont wiii be paid
by the bride-groom by the rendition
of several of the compositions of his
cou.^iin, the late Ethelbert Nevin.
A WAY OUT.
A Resident of Burlington Shows the
Thcre’p o'.:e efTective way to relieve
Liniment and plasters may relieve
But they seldom reach the cause.
Backache is cause to suspect the
Doan’s Kidneys Pills are for dis
Burlington people back them up.
Truth may be stranger than fie -
t ion, but you can't get 10 cents a
v/ord for it.
State of Nordi Caiolina.
Dr. L li. _
Office Over C. P. Neese's
Burlington, ■ ■
Dr. «l. S. Krost'
Burlington, - N. t
Office phone 374-J. Res.f874.T,
J. P; Spoon, D. V. S,
W. A. Hornaciaj
Spoon & fiornaday
Otflce and Hospitn J Office PhonA I
415 Main St. Residence PhoBe'21^
C'^ A. Andersoii M
Office hours 1 to 2 p. m. 7 to8p.ni
First National Bank Building
^ave day calls at Bradleys Drojj
Dameron & Lom
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
E. S. W. DAMM I ADfllPH LOiU
offiie in , I oiTifio in
PleifffiOBf Bufldiag } galt.RjcljoJson lliii-
Phoae • 250 P.hoB8 joprE
Certificate of Dissolafion.
To All to Whom These Presents
May Come- Greeting:
Whereas, ifc appears to ray sat
isfaction, by duly authenticated
record of the proceedings for the
voluntary dissolution thereof by
the unanimous consent of all the
stockholders, deposited in my of
fice, that the Enterprise Drug
Company, a corporation of this
State, whose principal oflfice is
situated at No, 700 E. Davis
Street, in the town of Burling
ton, County of Alamance, State
of North Carolina (H, M. Mont
gomery being the agent therein
and in charge thereof, upon
whom process may be served),
has complied with the require-,
ments of Chapter ^1, Revisal of
1905, entitled ‘ ‘Corporations,’ ’
preliminary to the issuing of this
Certificate of Dissolution:
Now, Therefore, I, J. Bryan
Grimes, Secretary of State of
the State of North Carolina, do
hereby certify that the said cor
poration did. on the 14th day of
November, 1913, file in my office
a duly executed and attested con
sent in writing to the dissolu
tion of said corporation, execut
ed by all the stockholders there
of. which said consent and the
record of the proceedings afroe-
said are now on file in my said
office as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereto set my hand and affixed
my official seal, at Raleigh, this
14 day of November, A. D 1913.
J. BRYAN GRIMES,
(Seal). Secretary ot Stat^.
Filed Nov, 15, 1913,
J. D. KERNODLE,
Clerk Superior Court,
SaFed flfs Foot
H. D. Ely, oi’ Bynia'm, 0., suf
fered ij'oni j'iori ibUr ulcer on his
foot for /our years I Doctor ad
vised anvput.ation, hdthe refused
and _ reluctantiy tried Bucklen’s
Arnica Salve as a last resort.
Then he wrote: “I used your
salve and niy foot was complete
ly cured,” Best remedy for
burius, cuts bruises and eczema.
Get a box today. Only 25c. All
druggis.s or by mail. H. E.
Bucklen & Co , Philadelphia or
will help you, as they
have helped others.
Good for all kinds of pain.
Used to relieve Neuralgia, liend-
:’clic, Nervou-snesy, Rheuni.-itisin,
Scintica, Kidney. Painis, Lumbago,'
i.ocomotor Ataxia, Backacjie,
' ■lomachacbe, Carsickness, Irri-
' ikiHty and for pam in any part
"I have used Dr. Miieis’ Anti-Pain
I'ills w:;cri t-cxiblca -.vith hfiidrfolie,
ana f.nd that Aine pill infallibly
cfrfccts rcJl'.f ill a very sliort time.
I j-m considerably affected with neu-
-nlgria in tlie head at times, and
find the Anti-Pain Pills of much
benefit. The, Dr, Miles’ Remedies
are beyond comparison and I recom
mend them to all my friends.’*
219 Oakland St., San Antonio. T«r.
At all druggists. doses 25c, «
MiLCS MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, ln«.
'ney aua Lh'funseilor i .. -.
Burlingtoi:*, N. G,
Office room 7 and 8 Seo.nnd
floor First Nat'l Bank Ruildin^
office ’phone 3 3 7 - J Reside>^i
John R. Hoffma
Burlington, North Caroiii!^:
Office. Secoivi Flo»r e'bit SaKm
DR. J. H. brooks:
BaRLlNGTON, N. C.
N I, W I^Briflllt & lesterii
7:00 A. M. daily for Roanoke
and 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 North of Roanoke.
4:15 P. M. daily, exc^^pt Sun*
day, for Marfinsviile ;u.d local
Trains ax*rive Winsfi)--Saleiri
9:15 A.M., 9:35 P. M:,, ] ;o5P. M.
Tminrt leave Durhurt iovhurti
South Boston ani v 0(Va. n.
daily.and 5:80 p. m. d;ij!v (-nc . . Suuday
W. B. B15V PiiK's’r, M,»'r.
W. a SAONDERS.Gen’I
l)onds of ^
sale the rei
cash at ti
at 12 o’clo
in said Dec
from an ir
side of Da'
S. 35 deg.
corner of >
N. 55 deg.
G. F. Blac
E. 28 ft. t
son St., 7-
to an ironj
St., 55 dej
35 deg. E,
part or’ tb
tract on D
The reason a man can be so good
natured when he is down town is
because he can save up his bad tem
per and unload it when he gets
Receive Piedmont InteBest»Oiec
IF NOT,\’WHY NOT? ITS A SIGN OF PROSPERITY.
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