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Under and by v ^
,ar of sale contained in a cer
Mortgage Deed of Trust ex-
to the Central Loan &
Company on the 2nd day
October 1911, to secure twelve
01 , gygjj (jate therewith
ed in the office of the;
oJster of Deeds of Alamance
SnTv. in book pages of Mort
feen made in the payment of
bonds, the undersigned
iustee in accordance with the
Conditions contained in said Deed
4 Trust, will expose to public
Ue the real property contained
therein to the highest bidder for
cash at the Court House door of
Alamance County. North Caro-
liiip. Monday December 1, 1913
ot 12 o’cloek the land conveyed
fa said Deed Trust, to-wit:
Beginning at a corner 60 ft.,,
fj-oni an iron bolt on the East
side of Davis St running thence
5 35 deg. E, wkh the line of
Davis St., 112 ft. and 11 in. to
corner of G. F. Blackman, thence
N. 55 deg. E. 78 ft. to corner of
Q, F. Blackman, thence 25 deg.
e’ 28 ft. to Johnson St.. thence
35keg‘- E, with the line of John
son St., 72 ft. to an iron bolt,
thencc N. 35 deg. W. parallel
-vitii Davis St., 200 ft and 5 in.
tVcUi iron boir. in Tucker St.,
50 lots, property of the E
hmits of tlijE town of ~
the car line.
Mills, adjoining the
son, five minntes from
A cough that bothers you con-
tin.uaily is one of the da ii^ersig
nals which warns of consump'
tion . Dr. King's New Discovery
sto}>s the cough, loosens the chest,
banishes fever and lets you sleep
pet^cefully. The first dose checks
rhe syinproois and gives prompt
relief. Mrs. A. P. Mertz, of Glen
Eliyn. Iowa, writes: “Dr. King's
New Disc iyery cured a stuoborn
courIi after six weeks’ doctoring
failed to he!p.'/ Try it, as it will
tio the same i’or ,vou. Best med-
iclro for eoiigb^^, colds, ttoat
:n?d lung troubles. Money back
if it fails Price60c. and $1.00.
All druggists, by mail. H. E.
Bucklen & Go. .Philadelphia or St.
SATURDAY, NOV. 29, AT 2 0
Music by Richardson Brothers Concert Band
St., 5d deg. vv
line of Tucker
80 ft. to a stake
coriser 'with L, Holt, thence S.
deg E. GO ft. to thci corno.’-,
3. 55 de^. W. 10 ft. t(i
ih? !)yt:inninjr. Ihe same being- a
' ihe Dr, viurphy lionie
; D.ivis St.
the Slst duA ot Octobe’',
iti’ai & 1'rust Co
This Properly Is nicely located^
aiid this will b(^ a chajioe of a lifv time to buy lots at your own price a‘;
they an,^ goiria; to be wld to the lughest bidder. Don't fail to hear t.:e
Auctioneers who each speak at the same time a.nd in the same tone of
j S®M at Mae rate oi one a mliiiate—This property has been
I fonsi^ned to U8 to ho ^old and it is going to change hands. These lots
hvill be sold at the rate of ONE A MINUTE until every lot has been
I disposed of. fall to hear ttae double aiaetioneers these
j Auctioneers iiold the world .s record for selling lots and it will be worth
i vour lime te witness thi.ssale.
1 Jit I'.lvn
. Oi th.e Episcopal
hold a Bazaar at the
Piedmont Dec, 3rd. from 3 o’clock
?. M. on. There wiil be Fancy
woik and white artills for sale
besides ice cream, cake, tea and
j'io not buy yoar Xrnas gifts
I ciore Dee. 3rd.
Mrs. Eugene Holt,
Secretary of theGnild,
Eemember the date, Place and hour tloin Ihe
Great Crowd €>l Home Seekers and Spectators
Thomas Bros. Realty
PRIZES FOR TOBACCO
The following is a list of valuable premiums donated
by the business men of Burlington to Tobacco Farmers:
PRIZES FOR WEEK ENDINa NOVEMBER 29th.
Highest Price- -One Pile over 50 ibs. Wail paper for one
room by C, V. Sellars. Value |5.00
Highest Average -! barrel apples given by Gurney Wright.
Biggest Load 25 pair hosiery, gives by Daisy Hosiery Mill
Nevr Telephone Line.
Ciiicinnp.ti, Ohio, Nov. 23.™Vice-
Fresider.t T. C. Powell of the Oin-
ciiiati-New Orleans and Texas Pa
cific Riiiiway,, (Queen and Crescent
Route,j aniiounoes that a telephone
line ■'viil be immediately constructed
betwceii Oakdale, Tenn., and Chatta
nooga, a distance of 84 miles, upon
the completion of which the tele
phone will be Lised in dispatching
trains on the entire line between
Cincinnati and Chattanooga. The
telephone service was inaugurated
between Oakdale and Danville, Ky,-,
in 1912 and between Danville and
Cincinnati in October 1913. The line
between Oakdale and Chattanooga
will be constructed as quickly as pos
sible and work will begin as soon as
the necessary material can be assem-
One bunch of bananas with each prize.
......... ■ i.^-11-i.i-T
The C. N. 0. & T. P. has extended
the telephone system over its line
for the reason that its use has been
found to increase** both safety and fa
cilitate in handling trains. The tele
phone can be used more rapidly than
the teleg-raph and the sender and re
ceiver of are brought in
to direct contact which often proves
of great benefit. The 338 miles of
the C, ?T. 0. and T. P. from Cincin
nati io Chattanoog-a . are equipped
with automatic block signals and
about one thii’d of this distance is
double track. The extension of the
telephone dispatching system to cov
er the entire line will add further to
facilities for handling the very heavy
volume of traffic between the souths
and the west which moves over the
Queen arid Crescent Route in connec
tion with the Southern Railway.
IMPORTANT TO EVERYONE
It is now conceded by ohysi-
cians that the kidneys should
have more attention, as they con
trol the other organs to aremark^
able degree and do a tremendous
amount of work in removing the
pois-'on and waste matter from the
system by filtering the blood.
During the winter months es
pecially, when we live an indoor
life, the kidneys should receive
some assistance when needed, as
we take less exercise, drink less
water and often eat more rich,
heavy food, thereby forcing the
k id ney s to do more work than Na-
lure intended. Evidence of kid
ney trouble, such ais lame back,
annoying bladder troubles,smart
ing or burning, brick'dust seci-
inent, sallpvv complexion, rheum
atism, may be weak or irregular
heart action, warns yOu that your
kidneys require help immediately
to a void more serious trouble.
Many physicians claim that an
herbal rnedicine, containing no
minerals or opiates, has the most
healing influence. An ideal herbal
compound that has had most re
markable success as a kidney and
bladder remedy is Dr, Kilmer's
You may receive a sample bottle
of Swamp-Root by Parcels Post.
Address Dr. Kilmt r & Go., Bing
hamton, N, Y , and enclose ten
cents; also mention the Burling
ton Weekly State Dispatch.
Twenty Four Bodies Taken Out of
Acton, Pa., Nov. 13.~When search
ers ended their work early today 24
bodies had been removied from Acton
Mine No. 2, of the Alabama Fuel and
Iron Company here, the scene yest^err
day of an explosion. Six men w«re
injured and 13 of those cut off by the
explosion escaped unhurt.
All parts of the mine: have been
explored. C. H. Nesbit, chief mine
inspector for Alabama, is here to in
vestigate the explosion, said he was
uncertain vvhether it was caused by
dust or gas.
tlcc - Taxes Due.
PRIZES FOR WEEK ENDING DEC. 3rd.
Highest Price-One pair shoes by D. M. Moore & Son.
Highest average-1 Dozen pair hose by Whitehead Hos
Biggest load-One Dozen pair hose by Sellars Hosiery
One bunch bananas given by Merchants’ Supply Co.
with each prize.
fc. -- ■■
/ will attend at
places 9n dates
1913 and all
kepublican gains arouse
Chairman McCombs Decl»res Pro
gressive Party Will Be Ab
sorbed in 1916.
^ Washington. Nov. 21,—^William F.
of ihe Berno*
cratic National Committee, after a
conferejice today lyith I^^ident
son, announced that he believed the
Republican p»rty would b« t^
contender with the,- Democratic party
for the presidency in 1916.
“The recent elections’,” said Mr.
■>.lor«'?ufes, r^%«ve sei-ved to.
en a cphviction I have had since the
last national election that much of
the progressive party would be ab-
sorbedi esth^ rby Democratic or
Republican parties and that the next
national political conflict would find
the Reii^lieain jwrty tbe principal
Freeman Drug Company.
BOONE S'i'ATION TOWNSHIP, THURSDAY. NOV. 27
J. B. Gerringer’s Store, 10 to 3.
HAW PIVER TOWNSHIP, FRIDAY, NOV. 28.
\r ierson-Surioson Store, 10 to 2; Trollingwood Store, 3 to 3.
‘ MELVILi.E TOWNSHIP, SATURDAY, NOV. 29.
Nelson & Murray’s Store, lO to 5.
COBLE TOWNSHIP. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 3.
Alamance Factory, 10 to 2. Bellemont Store, 3 to 5.
PATTERSON TOWNSHIP, DEC. 4 and 5.
Thursday: Rufus Foster’s Store, 10 to 2; John Holt’s Residence, 3 to 6.
Friday, Dec. 5, Fogleman’s Store, 10 to 2; Snow Camp: Coble’s Store, 3 to 5.
NEWLIN TOWNSHIP, SATURDAY. Dec. 6.
Holman's Store, 9 to 11; Sutphin's Mill, 12 to 3.
THOMPSON TOWNSHIP, TUESDAY. DEC. 9.
Saxapahaw, 10 to 2; SwepsoaviUe: Swep80]|;lvUJl^ fl^ore, 3 to 6.
ALBRIGHT TOWNSHIP. WEDNEm^, DEC 10,
John Holt’s Store, 11 to 1.
these TAXES MUST Si PAID PROMPTLY.
R. N. Saieriit.