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In October 1909
1,1,6 North Carolina Railroad Company had sar-
Leyed and potted ail that trait of land which
w own in North Burlington on Fisher Street
Ijcd Big Falls road but this land had never been
fjced and placed on the market until this
jliere are 58 lots ranging in size from 1-3
ot an acre to 1 4 acres and in price from $100-
10 to $300 00 per lot. However we are only
ufferirsg 26 of these lots at present.
We believe this property is good investment:^
price placed upon it and will be glad to show
ap or land to anyone interested.
Alamance Insurance Real Estate Co.
W. E. SHARPE Mgr,
call verv olterj.
Sh-'-^jy” i:.nd for
vvcil-4ljen your ^
“In the Face of Death.
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 21.—“In
the face of death I am trying to do
something to put an end to the traf
fic that sends girls to hell,” this, said
Ruth Steel, a nineteen-year-old moun
tain giii, is why she came twenty
miles on a cot from her Puint Cveek
home to testify against George Jor
dan, a Charleston business man xvho
viras charged with white slavery, I'he
federal authorities allege that the
girl was forcibly held in a resort
where she was placed by Jordan be
cause of his constant threats she at
tempted to commit suicide by taking’
bicloride of mercury.
$150, ^17S and $200 pianos if you want
them, but don’t advise you to buy
them. Our store is full ot good pianos,
org&ns and machines nov^.
Ellis With. & Music ^
North Carolina. S
Advertise in The Dispatch,
Thursday, November 27tb, 1913.
FOOTBALL GAME UNIVERSITIES OF NORTH CARO
LINA AJm VIRGINIA.
$3.00 ROUNDTRIP $3.00
This special train will be
Sleeping Cars, also nice day coaches. P^LLMAJJ gLEEKNG
VHLL BE OPEN FOR OCCUPANCY AT 9:30 P. M., Nov.
26th. This special train will also pick up extra steeping
cars at DURHAM which will be open for occupancy, at Durfiam at
9.30 P. M., November 26th. Special train will v ^ ■
leave Durham ^ - ’
leave Oxford ■■■•
ARRIVE Richmond ^ v 7i50^A.
SPECUL TRAIN WILL ARBWE->BiGHMOND K^ITURNING
AT MIDNIGHT, NOVEMBER 27. 1913. . . .. ,t •
Passengers from Greenshproland
sitv wi!l use regular traifi'iblo. ^,‘Novfei^'b^l?*26M, connecting with
special T-tcAIN at Uurharp. ,! - *.;;i oru
Passengers from Raleigh and
'yiil use regular train Ko.V l$l^>^^iy^.P!i.k^^
special train at Duriiar??.bpe wfi’^-renhji
Have your reservations,
' l^or Pullman Reserva>tions and Information, . ^
. :. / Af ?.
TRAVELING PASSENGERS AGENTS
t T?uioi5^h NoEtkCai^w^ai
Chapei Hill Items.
Chapel Hill, Nov. 25.—That the re
lation of the banking interests to the
agricultural interests is such as to in
dicate that the North Carolina farm
er is a thrifty class of people is the
observation made by Dr. C. L. Raper,
head of the department of economics
of the University, and official repre
sentative of the United States Rural
Organization Service for the States
of North Carolina, South Carolina,
Virginia and Maryland. The govern
ment representative of this new bu
reau of the natioiial department of
agriculture a^’rived at this conclusion
after making a field investigation in
to farrnera’ credits in twenty repre
sentative North Carolina counties,
visiting the rural banking centers in
each of the counties. Two divisions
of the State were visited—Dr, Raper
making a personal tour of the coun^
ties in the central section, and Prof.
Y'/, R. Camp, px'ofessor of rural eco
nomics in A. & M. College, and in
charge of the markets for the North
Carolina Experiment Station, making
inveetigations into conditions in the
counties of the northeastern section
of the state. The counties visited by
the two economics professors inter
ested in conditions of rural life in
cluded the following: Pitt, Beaufort,
Washington, Chowan, Perquimans,
-Pasquotanlf, Gates, Hertford, Bertie,
Edgecombe, Orange, Guilford, Meck-
lonhurg, Union, Anson, Richmond,
Ivioore and Lee. The facts relative to
the size of loans made to farmers;
i.he rate of interest; the commissions
charged; the cost of abstracting the
title to land, etc., are furnished the
department of agriculture. From the
iigures gathered Dr. Raper has form
ed some very definite impressions as
to rui-al conditions, particularly the
i-eiation of the banks to the farmer;
(1) That the farmer in a number of
rural banking centers has become a
comparatively important depositor in
banks, especially the banks that pay
'four per cent, interest; (2) That the
farmer in a number of banks are fair
ly important shareholders; (3) That
the farmers 3re in a number of places
large borrowers from the banks; (4)
That the farmers in many places re
ceive the same banking facilities as
the business men, as to rate of inter
est and nature of security; (5) That
they can in a number of places bor
row from the banks more than they
do or care to borrow; (6) That the
tenant farmers are the ones that bor-
low little from the banks and usual
ly only when their notes are signed
by the landlords; (7) That the farm
ers, especially theone-horse farmers,
are rtot desirous of bori'o\s^ng from
banks as much as they really need
for the most effective cultivation of
their soil or the most economical
handlirig of their crops. The great
est obstacle to the farmer in borrow
ing on farm mortgages is the coE-t
of abstracting the titl«^ to .elands* .-p
the observation made ty Dr. Kaper.
The average cqs,i,,JE£a’,.^uch a service
The Chui’ch of the Holy Comlorfer.
IM ReTwna Joho Begacrs Gibblt, Rector.
Every Sunday, 11:00 a, ra. and
7 -3 ) p. m.
Holy Communion: First Sun
day, 11:00 a m. Third Sunday,
7:30 a. m.
Ho’y and Saints’ Days, 10:00a.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.
The public is cordially invited.
All pews free.
Corner Church and Davis Sts.
Rt’T. A. B KeodftU, Pastor.
Preaching every Sunday, 11:00
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Jno.
R. Foster, Sapt.
Christian Endeavor Services,
Sunday evenings at 6:45.
Mid-week Prayer Service, eve
ry Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Ladies’ Aid and Missionary So
ciety meets on Monday after the
Second Sunday in each month.
A cordial invitatiors extended
A. Church Home for Visitors
Corner Front and Anderson Sts.
?.*?. k D- Aanfew, Fxstor.
Sunday SchooS every Sabbath,
9:45 a. m.
Preaching every 2nd and 4th
Sabbath, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p.
Mid-week Service every Thurs
day, 7:30 p. m.
A. ei3rdial v/eleorne to all
Parsonage 2nd door east of
BEmUL W OF FALL IDIIS
J. D. ind L. B. WHIT TED
HAVE the most complete line of Fail Goods this
season they have ever carried. All the beautiful
new shades in Dress Goods.
FOR Quality Style and Fit inspect the beautiful
ready to v/ear garments coal; suits.
Our miiiiners are kept busy arranging' the artistic
aesigns or neadwear forou^’ many ca^tomers who
call ea:h season.
J- D. and L. B. Whitted,
BURLINGTON, N C. '
exto3|i|i|l||r«m fa3||^6r ;
ernr^jpot,; '^pr^sepbbtiye sugge|p >lhr^
istr||i^^^very; ' o®
Ooj aJa Mclver, Pastor.
Services eveiy Sanoay at 11:00
a. m. and 7:30 p. m,
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. B.
R. Sellars, Supt.
at 7:30 p. m.
The public is cordially invited
to all services.
g.cy. Maitia W. Buck, Fa#sor.
(Stated Services and Meetings.)
Sunday Worship, 11:00 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
'Sunday School, Mr. J. L. Scott,
Supt. 9:30 a. m.
Praise and Prayer Services,
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
Christian Culture Class, Satur
day 3:00 p. m.
Church Conference, Wednes
day before first Sunday of each
month, 7:30 p. m.
Observance of Lord’s Supper,
first Sunday in each month.
Woman’s Union, .first Monday,,
of each month, 3:30 p. m.
The Imperial Tailor
Ali kinds of imported goods
suits and overcoats
Phone 217, Builiiigfbh, N. C;
could borrd*Pi|ftiSI^^^ small-
^r cost at the regular rate of int».T-
est. ^ ;.j-.
in work of undert^ers—
not so miich • in tihe general
part, but in the unseen detM}9.
We perform our duties in
such a *iftahiriifer skio welcome
illiams, Green iliJlelilure
I Harry Thaw is the greastest serial
|tory the y^'^inted.
I Every husband..Jbas. two sets of
ikiles, one f9r hi;tnself and ,one for
J • •» v.v •) V fr ) ;vj
I A man doesn't mind being up witn
t^e early bj^d.i.i* i to
^rink and a taxi waiting at the door
If the cabaret.
(ossible these days a man is often
• ^ down on the movement to revive the |o a. m. Jobh' ^F.'ltW^i; JSilp.t, | [
iJKOBMBApWi- l^amm ta hm '?o ’'-‘i
The Methodist Frotestsiii ^hsiiscl,
.Sast Davis Street. - -
aeT. Ttema* E; Da7ia; Ta*tof - ^ -
Parsonaj?e ne;it doo^ to
Morning, 11:00 E*vening, 7:30.
Pra:>er meeting .Wednesday
■’’^iaie^Aia ii nd'MiissioiJery So--
fii^ifi:^..avg-rv Monday afterrtoon
after first Buiiday- in;each month.
S-uday School 9:30. a,.-m. , ;
J. G. Rogers, Supt.
Excellent .Baraca and Philathea
Classes. . Yoii are invited to at
tend ail s^ervices.
Front StTf^^' M. E. vSe
Sev. T. A. Syket, Pattsir.
, Preaching every morn-
irt^ a,tid ^vettlngy ' ; ‘
Sunday Schbot; 9:S0 a. m. W.
E. Shat^e, &a|)eriritehderit. ’
eviniinSr ■.>- '-r
EpWdM f;^agae; 7:00'o’docfc
:30 p. m. (Pastoi^^f ktudj^)
M# ^ursday in
i - L. g^^^ondOTiii^-'"
flay irx every «#tftfem.
Sundays at ^
5'*9is0' s'iii vtfJ '
! ->!■?■ inarii • ts ■.., ^
ii^boiG bn,a fArmi :
Hundreds of mekii right here
Burl»ngtoKii Alamaifici© aad>
rounding counties ^ been
wearing Goodman’s clothes for
largest and varied stock of all
■ "1;'4 siiltil
ws a wide choice
in every way.;
♦ 1 ^jj* I
your inspection. Prici||rai^ni|'||:oin $7.50 to 25.00.
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yours lo serve,
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‘Pr0^x^ihi^fet^y^^t^ndk at f!;
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