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*, N. C., as second cl matter.
GRAHAM, N. C., April 17, 1913.
Pope Pius X at Rome has been
in a precarious condition for a
week, and it will be a surprise
if the Pontiff is ever well again.
The Mississippi flood is moving
down the river, all danger is not
yet passed, but the authorities are
working hard and are hopeful.
It seems that President Wilson
does not intend that any old sort
of an appointment shall be made,
Just because a fellow has a "pull"
Merit is a good thing to have
to send along with an application.
Col. A. D. Watts of Statesville
is having rather rough sledding
to get into the collectorship for
the Western District. Senators I
Simmons and Overman are stand
ing for him.
Col. W. H. OslJorne of Qreens
boro has been appointed U. S.
Commissioner of Internal Reve
nue. That is one of the big plums
and we are ■ glad to see him land
ed in so luxurious a berth.
President Wilson Is in earnest
about the Democratic party ful
filling its pledges made to the
people in tne last campaign. The
party is in honor bound to do its
best to keep its pledges.
A white man named W. H. Tuck
er was killed In Oreensboro la*t
Wednesday night. Another white
man named John Fogleman, called
the "blind tiger king" 1* held for
the murder. A grudge, no doubt.
Senator Overman haa called for
data in regard to civil service
appointees. Many are on by ex
ecutive order, and others no doubt
got on by some sort of political
favor. If the matter is thoroughly
probed It will hurl some of those
on the pay roll.
As yet it would be next to im
possible to forecast the result in
the tariff legislation now before
Congress. Whatever the result
may be, It is quite certain that
the Democrats will a tariff
bill that will not do violence to
their campaign promises. It is
not believed that anything radical
enough to crush any industry will
be done, but that a sincere ef
fort* will be made to relieve the
burdena of high prices. The free
augar item haa been defeated and
the free wool item sustained in
caucus. The cotton Item 1* one of
the most Important to the South
and is causing some uneaainess,
but Congress I* threahing now—
the cleaning time will come later.
Oovernor Craig has appointed aa
membera of the State Board of
the State Board of Accountancy,
created by the recent Leglalature,
O. O. Scott, Charlotte, and M. R.
Lynch, High Point, for terma of
three yeara, J, D. Hightower for
two yeara, and David Stern,
Greenaboro, one year. Their du
tiea will be to examine applicanta
tot license to become public ac
countanta and they will receive
lit each day for their services.
Tha advisory Board of the North
Carolina National Ouard has de
cided to give each regiment an
encampment of ten dya at Camp
Morehead City, aa follows: First
regiment July Jl-W; second .July
T-Ui third, August &-H. The two
cavalry troopa at Asheville and
Lihcolnton, will participate In the
encampment aa unmounted men.
They will go to camp with the
weatarn regiment. The Coaat Ar
tillery corpi will go to Port Caa
well, Auguat t-11.
For the fourth time In the caae
case of B. F. Penny va. Atlantic
Coaat Line Railroad Co. from New
Banover county, ia remanded by
the Bupreme Court for a new
trial, the caae having been pend
ing in the courta for It yeara.
Mr. Penny, at the time a mer
chant in Wilmington, waa serious
ly wounded as he was stepping
from a Coaat Line train near Wil
mington by a stray bullet Intend
ed for another. In each trial the
plaintiff was awarded damages.
If that date is acceptable to the
officials of the railroad compan
iea Intereated, the firat confer
ence between the Leglalatlve
Freight Rate Commiaalon and the
officers of the railroad companies
aince the adjournment of the Leg-!
Mature will be held In Raleigh.
April ltth. The Legialative Com
miaalon haa had C. W. Hiilman of
Loulevllle, Ky„ engaged for aev
eral weeka in gathering data at
numbera of the large ahipping
points of the State to be need, it
la aaid, to force proper cpnceaalona
(com the railroad companiea.
* Mrs. Geo. Howe, niece of Pres
ident Wood row Wllaon made her
debut aa a profeaaional actreaa In
'Mew York laet week. She la an
ardent believer in auffrage and
eugenics and hopes to present
these subjects to the public by
meana of the drama. She has
HEAR SOMETHING, SURE.
' New Idea Far Festal Service.
Postmaster General Burleson's
ideas as to the postal service—
"which are in brief that efficiency
must be the first; consideration—
afe good but the gentleman from
Texas will hear something when
he undertakes to transfer a man
from one locality and make him
postmaster in another locality.
There is really nothing wrong
with the proposition except it isn't
a custom. The idea la to havg
efficient and trained men for the
postal service. When there Is a
vacancy to be filled an available
man is sent to fill It. Who he is
or where he comes from doesn't
count; the only requirement is
capacity. The same idea applies
to municipal government in Ger
many. Men are educated and
trained for municipal administra
tion and they are employed for
that purpose Just as business cor
porations employ efficient men, re
gardless of where they come from.
When we reach that point in this
country that we can disassociate
the postal service or municipal
government, purely business mat
ters, from the idea of party re
wards and political service, we
will realize that the idea is a cor
But it will take time. Here
tofore it haa been the custom to
appoint a postmdstcr from among
the resident* of the town or com
munity in which the office ii lo
cated. In case of a town, an
aspirant who live* in the bound*
of the office delivery but outilde
the town, 1* hadicapped If not
barred. To bring in a ctranger,
a non-resident of the community
or county or ponibly the State,
would start something at firit.
When the people became accus
tomed to it they would offer lit
tle objection, for it is a fact that
the only ical interest the masses
have in the service i* efficient ser
vice. When they get back the
personality of the man so long as
he is a respectable citizen and
behaves himself, is of little con
cern, generally speaking.
Must Be Identified to Get Your
Charlotte Obierver, 10th.
"What in the thunder doe* all
thi* mean T" snapped an irate man
yesterday morning when a pack
age which had come prepaid via
the Southern Express Co. was not
turned over, to him on request.
"You've got to have somebody
to identify you," returned the ex
preis clerk, assuming that quick
and alert manner usually taken by
those who stand at delivery win
dows and pi|ss out articles to peo
ple. The alert manner consisted
in dropping one foot, hanging his
face in his hand and flopping
down In a dejected manner as if
he didn't cart what next.
"That'* the new law," continued
the clerk, "for whiskey shipments
and you will have to get some one
indentify you that I know."
"Why don't the company hire
somebody that knows somebody
and something" returned the
stranger. "Here I have been liv
ing in Charlotte all my life and
have got to get somebody to iden
tify me before 1 can get my own
" Mighty sorry," replied the
clerk, "but that'* the law, and I
can't turn the whiskey over to you
until you get *ome friend to iden
In high wrath the "stranger" de
pared to look up a friend who
would aign hla name as a wit
ness and thereby let that friend
and all hla friends know that he
had "gallon" It works • hard
cruel hardship both way* but "it's
Mr Archibald Johnaon of
Thomasville, editor of Charity and
Children, haa been appointed by
Oovernor Craig a member of the
board of directors of the State
School for the Blind and Deaf at
Raleigh to aucced the late J. O.
Boylln, of Wadesboro.
Miss Jessie Wilson, daughter of
the President, attended the bien
nial of the Young Woman's Chris
tian Association in Richmond laat
week. Standing room was at a
premium. The crowd was large
ly attracted by curiosity to hear
and see the daughter of the Pree-
Five hundred women auffrageata,
repreaenting a Urge part of the
congressional diatricts In the coun
try) armed with petitions demand
ing a constitutional amendment
for votes for women marched to
Monday of laat week and deliver
ed their demands in person to
their Congresamen. The march
to the capitol was unobstructed
and the women were received by
members and Senators who are in
sympathy with them.
Reorganisation of the personnel
of the customs service by the
Democratic administration waa be
gun Wedneeday when Secretory
McAdoo of the Treasury Depart
ment took steps to displace all the
high cuatoma official* at the port
of Philadelphia. It was stated
that there were no charges
against the persons whoee resig
nations were aaked, but that new
blood is desired and it to deemed
essential that these places be fill
ed by persons who are In sympa
pathy with the purpose* and poli
cies of the administration.
Secretary McAdoo of the Treaa
ury Department will depoait s» f
006,000 in the national benka in
Dayton, Ohio, to relieve the mon
ey ahortage resulting from the
flood, accepting government, State
or county bonda aa security. Thia
will be the firat time aince lie*
that the govrnment haa accepted
CHAPEL HILL NEWS.
Cor ,pf The (Meaner.
Chapel Hill, April 14.—High Point
won the greatest number of point*
in -the Joint interscholastic and
and district field and track meet
held in Chapel Hill Friday, regis
tering 31 pointa to (ta credit.
Friendship, Alamance county, was
a close second as a point winner
with IT. Horner Military School
came third with 16. Raleigh and
Oreensboro scored 19 and 12
pointa, respectively. H. V. Oreen
of Cary, Wake county, was the in
dividual qtar of the meet, winning
four first place events and total
ing up 23 points for the Cary
High Bchool. More than eighty
entries were made for the nest
meet by High School pupils from
scattering sections pf the State.
An outlay of M medals and t cups
were awarded the victorious teams
In the meet. The declamation
contest of the central, division of
State High Schools waa heijl in
conjunction with the athletic con
test, the nine declaimers in the
contest speaking Friday night. A.
C. Reld of Churchland High
School, Davidson county, was the
successful competitor for the de
claimer's medal. His subject was
"The New North" The other
schools represented In the contest
were, Friendship, Hawfields, Bis
coe, Bast Durham, Sylvan, James
town, Bingham (Mebane) ,Golds
boro, Hillsboro, Huntersville, Gra
ham, Oreensboro, Raleigh, Horner,
Friendship and High Point.
Joseph A. Holmes, director of
the Mining Bureau at Washington,
and for a number of years pro
fessor of geology at the Univer
sity of North Carolina, will ad
dress the student body next Fri
day night, April 18, on the subject
of the Panama Canal.
Southwest Alamance. J
Cor. of The Oleaner.
A large crowd attended the an
nual S. 8. Convention held with
Mt. Zion Baptlat church on last
Sunday. The apeaker* all did well
and everything wa* pleaaant and
inatructive. Much "interest wa*
•hown in Sunday School work.
Prult in our aection ha* been
•omewhat hurt by frost and a full
crop 1* not expected.
If the preient dog law don't
protect the fheep more than here
tofore aheep raiser* will *oon be
out of business. Dogs will sneak
in the pasture* and kill up the
theep and It I* very seldom any
one will own the dog.
There are several case* of meas
le* and whooping cough in Liberty
though It haa not reached our
our community yet.
Small grain crop* are looking
very well, though *ome farmer*
s%y the fly ha* started In *ome
Then Is mors Catarrh In thlsaectlon of the
oountry than all other diseases put toother,
and until the last law years, was supposed to
belnourable. for a treat many doc
torsi propouooad It a local dlse.se and pre
•C'rlbtd looaJ remedies. and by constantly
falllnir to ear* with looal treatment, pro
nouuoed It Inourable. Mam has proven
catarrh to baa constitutional disease and
requires constitutional treatment,
lull's Catarrh Curs, ssanataetured bjrTf. j.
Cheney k 00., Toltdo, Ohio, 1s lbs only con
ktitutlonai curs on U>e market. It Is taken
latenwUy In 4oass from Hi drupe to a tea
spoonful. It acts dlreetly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the ays em. Titer offer
one hundred dollars for any oass li falls to
oura. Hand for elrculars and testimonials
A » ot "°-
'lake HairsKalTy Pills for eonstlpatlon.
Oov. Foe* of Massachusetts who
some year* ago left the Republic
can* and became a Democrat, ob
ject* to the Democratic tariff bill
nd may return to hi* first love.
There la no caae on record of
a cough, cold or lagrippe devel
oping into bronchitis. pneumonia
or consumption, after Foley'*
Honey ana Tar Compound ha*
been taken. The genuine la in a
yellow package. Refuse substi
tutes. For aale by all druggist*.
President Wilson haa no Inten
tion of facing a race problem aa
a result of patromge appoint
ment!. He has- decided not to
appoint negroea to pajr posts
where opposition to their appoint
ment la based on racial grounds.
There are places, of course, such
aa the minlatershlps to Hayti and
Liberia, which the President rec
ognises can best-be filled by ne
For rheuaaatlam you wilt find
nothing better than Chamberlain'a
Liniment. Try It and aee how
quickly It givea relief. For aale
by all dealers.
A dispatch from Sparta says that
during the month of March hun
deda of people went frrom Alle
gheny county and adjoining coun
ties to the lap Western Statee.
*tr Btnw, Braiaea aM hm
The quickeat and aureat cure for
burnt, bruiaei, boila ,aor«a, Inflam
mation aad all akin dlaeaaea la
Hucklen'a Arnica Halve. In four
lara It cored L. H. Haflln, of Ire
dell, Te*„ of a aore on hla ankle
which pained him ao badly he
could hardly walk. Should be In
every houae. / Recommended by
O rah am Drue Co.
Two new baaka were chartered
by the State week before laat. The
Citiaena' Bank of Wareaw, Duplin
county, ha* a aubacrlbed capl
capltal of t>MN. The bank of
Pletchera, at Fletchera, Hender
aon county haa a aubacrlbed cap
ital of «MN.
You will look a food while be
fore yon find a better medicine
for coughs and cold* than Cham
teriain'a Cough Remedy. It not
only glvee relief-it curee. Try U
whan you have a couch or cold,
and you are certain to be plc.wd
with the prompt cure which it will
effect. Wot aafe by all drugglata.
Waahington goealp la to the ef
fect that all Important mattera of
the State Department have been
handled (rom the White Houae
and It la predicted that Mr. Bryan
will aooa fall out with the Pree-
Ident and quit. The goaalpa have
tied make trouble between
Wilaoe aad Bryan for a year aad
BINGHAM SCHOOL ITEMS.
Baseball Victories—New Agricultural
Cor. of The Oleaner.
1 Two more baseball victories
* have been added to the llat for
- the Spring term of 1913. Xt Bur
» lington the Bingham team defeat
r td Burlington High School in an
1 exceedingly interesting game by a
1 score of five to one. The score
1 waa a tie until the ninth inning
1 when Bingham forged ahead. A
' large crowd aaw the contest.
• On the Bingham grounds the
team of the Hawftelds High School
' was defeated by Bingham, the
' score being eight to ten in favor
1 of Bingham. Prof. Johnson, Prin
-1 cipal of Hawfields High School is
■ an alumnus of Bimgham, who ia
1 doing well. His boys were quiet
> and gentlemanly and will be wel
-1 come again when they come to
' play ball.
> Col. Oray has Just established a
course in Agriculture in the school
1 in charge of Capt. Hugh R. Clink
. scales, who is a distinguished
graduate of Clemson C.ollege, 8. C.
'The course takes up the soil with
its composition, moisture, venti
lation and temperature; plant life
Including the food required by
plants, their reproduction, trans
planting and improvement; the
improvement of soil by drainage,
irrigation, tillage and proper crop
rotation; as well as by the ap
plication of manure; the planting
of legume* and the proper use of
commercial fertilizer. The course
also takes up the proper treatment
of field, orchard and garden crops,
the weed, insect and bird enemies
of crops and their remedy. The
different breeds of the various do
mestic animals and their uses, to
gether with many other practical
subjects, such as the care of farm
tools, etc., are also treated.
The Bingham farm of several
hundred acres is used in connec
tion with the school. Col. Oray
Is very much interested in the
best methods of farming, building
up of land by proper drainage and
fertilization, the planting of le
gumes, etc., the raising of the best
stock and other improvements. In
consequence of this, Capt. Clink
scales feels that the class can have
practical illustration of what what
they learn in their text .books by
what is being done on the farm.
It is hoped and believed that the
addition of the Agricultural course
will be of great value to the ca
Quite an improvement in the
Ciiapel exercises has been the or
chestra playing the hymns. This
in much appreciated and enjoyed.
The appointment of Mr. Walter
H. Page, editor of World's Work,
to the honorable and important
gosition of ambassador to England
rings much gratification to the
friends of Bingham, because Mr.
Page was a cadet at "Bingham
April 6, 1913.
Pain* In the Htomaeh.
If you continually complain of
pains in your stomach, your liver
or your kidneys are out ol order.
Neglect may lead to dropsy, kid
ney trouble, diabetes or Bright's
disease. - recommend
Blectric Bitters as the very best
stomach and kidney medicine
made. H. T. Alston, of Raleigh,
N. C., who suffered with pain in
the stomach and .back writes :
"My kidneys were deranged and
my liver did not work right. I
suffered much, but Electric Bit
ters were recommended and I- im
proved from the first dose. I now
feel like a new man." It will
improve you too. Only 50c and
91.00. Recommended by Graham
Sunday, 13th, was the 171 anni
versary of the birth of Thomas
Jefferson. The day was celebrat
ed at .Monticello, the Jefferson
home, and was observed at other
points. . . ' 1
Keller la Six Hour*.
Distressing Kidney and Blad
ner Disease relieved in six hours
by the "NEW GREAT SOUTH
AMERICAN KIDNEY CURE." It is
a great surprise on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving
pain iu bladder, kidneysand back,
in male or female. Relieves re
tention of water almost immediat
ly. If you want qnick relief and
cure this is the remedy. Sold by
Graham Drug Company.
Sophie Berger, the sixteen-year
old girl who was Dr. Friedrich
Fran* Friedmann's first tubercu
losis patient in the United States,
danced before Oovernor Pothier of
Rhode laland Sunday to show how
her tubercular knees have benefit
ted from the turtle serum. Sfie
had jralked with crutches for
three years. She was given the
first injection of the serum in
Susceptibility to colds, sore
throats, toasilitis and such, indi
cate impoverished vitality—lack
of reserve strength to weather,
A spoonful of SCOTTS KMJL
SJON sfter each meal starts
healthy body-action like a small
match kindles a peat fire—and
■ore: ft m«WrfeA. kumkkf,
— 4 iHmrfiln Ma mpp»tU»—M
scorrs Sm/LS/Offia the
purest cod liver oil, made cream
like and palatable without alco
hol or drug—the quintessence
twEafias tkm? are *»-
|lHm fmr ptmKt.
SCOTT ft SOWVB. Slrin.l.M.M.J, Vtr*
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i! SCHOOL NEWS |
Friendship High School won sec
ond place at the athletic contest
laat week at Chapel Hill. This
was a contest among the High
Schools of the State, and Friend
ship was a close second with
High Point leading. Friendship,
however, won first, and sometimes
first and second places in leading
The Oraham School was another
of the few achools of the State
to make a high record at this
In the Declaimer's contest that
followed the athletic contest at
the University last week all three
High Schools of Alamance were
represented. Friendship by La-
Fayette Iseley; Sylvan by D. H.
Lashley; Hawfields by Albert Gib
The three High Schools of the
county—Friendship, Sylvan and
! Hawfields, and als othe Oraham
Oraded School will furnish the ex
hibition in athletics at the County
Everthing is being made ready,
for the County Commencement.
The prizes for the contestants in
Recitation and Declamation have
come. Ehibit screens have been
made. School products for the
exhibition are coming in. Certif
icates both for the graduates and
perfect attendants are being fill
ed out and made ready.' A num-
ber of teachers who live out of
the county and have gone home
report that they are coming back
for the day, and several schools
report that they are making i;eady
come in their several groups in
The marshalls for the Cotanty
Commencement are as fbllows: .
J. Dolph Long, Graham, Chief.
Patterson township, J. A. Horn
aday, Liberty, No. 3.^
Coble township, D. M. Elder,
Burlington, No 1.
Boon Station township, J. B.
Gerringer, Elon College.
Morton township, J. C. McCul
loch, Burlington, No. 8.
Faucette township, W. J. Gra
ham, Burlington, No. 2.
Graham township, W. I. Ward
Albright township, George F.
Thompson, Graham, No. 1.
Newlin township, Charles New
lin, Saxapahaw, No. 1.
Thompson township, J. P. Brad
Melville township, E. P. Cook,
Mebane. „ ' 1
Pleasant Grove township, J. A.
Dickey, Burlington, No. 5.
Burlington township, J. M. Cook,
Haw River township, W. T.
Brooks, Haw River.
Recommended for a Good Reason.
C. H._ Orant, 230 Waverly Street,
Peoria, 111., says, "Backache and
congested kidneys made me Buffer
intense pains. Was always tired
floating specks bothered me. I
took toley s Kidney \Pills and saw
big improvement after the second
day. 1 kept on until entirely
freed of all trouble and suffering.
That's why I recommend Foley
Kidney Pills. They cured me."
For aale by all druggists.
tions from his department for the
month of March. A total for the
year ended April of 9319,389.67 was
turned in. This was an increase
over the past year of 934,349.1?.
Heei the Cough that Hangs On.
The seeds of consumption may
be the cause, and a cough that
hangs on weakens the system. Fo
ley's Honey and Tar Compound
checks the cough, heals the in
flamed membranes and strength
ens the lungs. K. D. Rountree, of
StiUmore, ia.. says, "Lagrippe
leeft me a deep seated hacking,
painful cough which Foley's Hon
ey «nd Tar completely cured."
For sale by all druggists.
State Insurance Commissioner
Young has turned . over to the
State Treasurer (7,259.08, collec-
No matter how long you suffer
ed, or what other remedies fail
ed to cure, Foley' Kidney Fills
will surely help you. They are
genuinely tonic, strengthening and
curative, build up the kidneys and
restore their healthy action. J no.
Velbert Foster, Calif., says, "I
suffered many years with kidney
trouble and could sever get relief
until I tried Foley Kidney Fills
which affected a complete cure.
For sale by all druggists.
Henry C. Breckenridge, of Lex
ington, Ky., Is slated for Assist
ant Secretary of war, and Wm .H.
Osborne of Greensboro, N. ,C. fori
Commissioner of Internet Revenue. J
This information is passed' 'out
UM Alca's Foot-Ease.
mMwMc »o»4«r to teiktkn lota
■ekes n#w or Uchl mow. UunaachJo*. *woL
iM.kL wMtliij RaliavM sunwt
sgHwsw str «■srS
addma Aiieu It. Oluiitvd.L* Boj
Lieut. He* Chandler, coast ar
tillery corps. United States Army,
was instantly killed Tuesday a
week, and Lieut Lewis H. Bre
reton, United States Army, was
badly hart in the fall of a hydro
aeroplane id the bay of San Pran
Oeaghs aa4 Osasassptiea.
Coughs and colds when neglect
ed, always laad to serious trouble
of the longs. The wisest thing
to do when you hay* a cold that
troubles you la to get a bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery.
You will get relief from the first
dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. H. Brown, of Mus
cadine, Ala., writes: "My wife
was down in bed with wn obsti
nate cough, and I honestly be
lieve had it not been for Dr.
King's New Discovery she would
not be living today." Known for
Oyaars as the beet remedy for
coughs and colds. Price Mc and
gL*£ by Graham
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HI I For Infants and Children.
I CASroiTbe Kind You Have
-ALCOHOL 3 PER OEBT' I # %
Bears the / ,
H Signature / All
Promotes DigpatlonflraM- « MJf« Iy
BM : ness andßratlonlirimnrttrr 01 /iVlll
K2o Opium.Marphine norMiaetal #\\ 4 lLr^
Bwai j Not Narcotic. ' (Lu y
. Sekjl I 14^
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■i* Thirty Years
Exact Copy of Wrapper. T .„
You'll Make A
rrjir our lumber,
f EVERY TIME
W 011 i.r>- Li You Drive A Nail!
We Sell, at Right
Prices You'll Shake Hands With
_ , Yourself When the Job's
LiUmber, Lcltn, Complete, Because Every
POStS, Shingles, Thing Will Be
Sash, Doors, t , XT ~
Blinds. Right- and Neat!
When We Sell Lumber To A
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~Wr I, ML
Gov. Felder of New Jersey says
he will call a special session of
the Legislature to meet on May 6,
next, to consider a Jury reform
I bill thst is sdvocated by Prest.
Wilson, end which-failed of pas
sage at the regulsr session of the
Rheumatism as a result of kid
ney trouble stiff and aching
Joints, backache and sore kidneys
will all yield to the use of Foley
Kidney Fills. They are tonic in
action, quick in results, curative
always. W. S. Skelton, Stanley,
Ind., says, "1 would not take
$104.00 for the relief troop kidney
trouble 1 received from one box
.of Foley Kidney Pills."
A resolution calling on President
Wilson to remove all Republicans
holding Federal offices in Florida
was defeated in the Plorids State
Senate by a vote of twenty-one
This Is to certify that all drug
gists are .Authorized to refund
your money If Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound fails to cure your
cough or cold. John Burnet,, of
Tell, Wis., states, u \ used Foley's
Honey ai.d Tar Compound for five
years and it always glvee the best
of satisfaction and alwaya cures
a -cough or cold." Refuse sub
For sale by all drugglats.
Service by Publication
Intt CtnUu-Aluum Coutjr.
Ia the lu|«rior Court,
May Tent, 1911.
Barbara Perry, Plaintiff,
Chailla Sitj, Defendant.
The defendant above named will take
noUoe that an aetton enU tied aa abort baa
been oorameaaodln the Superior Court of
aeeka to obtain aa abeolato divorce from the
aat, will farther tain notioe that ha la requir
ed to appear at tbe Term of Superior noun
of Mid countr to be bold on Monday, tbe Mtb
day of Mar, Mil, at tbe court houae In sain
oounty, In the town of Graham, Worth Caro
lina, and anewer or demur to the eomplalnt
In aald action, or plalotiff will apply to tht
oourt for the relief demanded lu Mid eom
Thla the IMb day of April, Kit.
l'aprlt J. D. KERkoDLK, C. S. C
by aottflee all penona holding daiiu against
aald eetau to preaent the aaaw duly authen
ticated on or before the M d.y of April,
lUt, or thla notlee win be pleaded la bar of
tbelr recovery. All earaoas Indebted to eaJd
eetata are regulated to aato Immediate aat
naprtt of GWeb Ttohle. dee*d.
Havlag qualified aa administrator apoe the
aetata of N A. Wllllama. dee T d, theunder
ataned hereby aottdaa all pareotu boldlnt
el time aaalaat aald aetata to preaent the same
duly autheatleeted. oa or before the Wh day
bar recovery ."""ah
to aaW aetata are requeeted to maha Un
Thla Aprlllfeh. I*ll.
tinik i* a 11 mwt
11 EGGS |
;i: From Pore Bred i':',
j:: $2.50 Per Setting ::
: M. H. KERNODLE,
|j| GRAHAM, N. C j[j
Mortgage Sale of
By virtue of a power of sale contained In a
certain Mortgage Deed, bearing date March
2uth, 1811, and duly recorded In U. D. Book
No. 62. pages 840 to St 2ln the office ot the
Keglater of Deeds of Alamance County. N. 0.,
'executed to the undersign d Mortgagee, by
Geo. Hnsllpand wl;e, Bulah I will on . atur
day, at 12 o'clock M., on
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1918,
at the Pourt HOUR© door at Graham, N. 0.,
sell to the highest bidder for cash the follow
Ing lot or parcel of land. to-wlt: Hituato In
Mortons Township, adjoining the lands of
Albert Simpson and others, and bounded aa
Begin ing at a stone in B. A. Chrfstraan'i
line, corner with Albert Hlmpson, running
thence 8 2 deg \V\ 6 chs and 90 Iks to a Hick
ory; thence 87 deg W. 8 chs and 80 Iks to a
stone; thence 8 2 deg w, 9 chs and 00 Iks to a
stone Chrismrn'i corner; thence 8 82 deg E 22
chains and 84 Iks to a stone. James Brannock's
line: thence N 16 deg W, 0 chs to stoue; thence
8 7lk W, six chs »nd,tf7 Iks to a-stone: tbence
N IB deg W 8 chs to a stone: thenee N i\}i deg
E, 6 chs 67 Ik* to a White Oak; thence N \b)Z
deg W 12 chs and 26 Iks to a »tone; thence N
88 deg W, 7 chs and 80 Iks to the beginning,
oonttflnto? 22 Acres, more or less.
This land Is belpg sold tosatl f the note
secuied by the above named mortgage.
JOHN HON oaKKIMON, Mortgagee.
This March 19,1918. W. H. Carroll, Atty.
Mortgage Sale of
By virtue of a power of sale contained in a
certain Mortgage Deed, bearing dste, March
80t b. 1911, and duly recorded in M. D. Bo >k 62,
at pages 201-fo 240. in tbe fflt-eof the Register
of Deeds orXV mancecounty, N.C., executed
to the undersigned Mortgagee by Albert
Simpson and Annie Hlmpson, bis wife, J
BATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1913,
atlto'o'ock M., 4t the court h iu'o door at
Graham, N. 0. sell to the highest bidder for
cash the following lot or parcel of land, sit
uate In Morton's township, Alamai.ee coun
ty. N. C„ adjoining the lands of B A. Clirls
man and others, bounded as follows, to wit:
Banning at a persimmon, oorner with B.
A. Cbrlsman; thence North I.° W 10 chains
and three links to a stone; tbence N li 4° W 9
chs and 80 links to a .tone, Moore's corner;
thence Moore's line 88H° w I> chains to a
stone, MfHire'B corner; thence Moore's line N
>SS° W It chs to a stone, Moore's corner;
thence 988° W s chs and 88 links to a stone.
Barber's oorner; thence his line ■ 17° B 12 chs
and W links to H stone, Cbrlsman's corner;
tbence 8 88° E 12 chs and 84 links to a stone,
Uhrlstman's oorner; thence 8 8" W 5 ch- to a
stone In Chrisman's 11 n"; thence S 88° E 7 chs
and 30 links to a Stone; thence N I 6X Q W
links to the beginning, containing 80 acres,
more or less.
This land Is being sold to satisfy the note
secured by the above named mortgage.
This March 19tb, 1813.
JOHNbON OABBIBON. Mortgagee.
WILLIAM H. OA BOLL. Attorney.
Made A Now Man Of Him*
"I waa goffering from pain in my
stomach, bead and back," writea H.
T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C, "and my
liter and kidneya did not work right,
but four bottlee of Electric Bitten
made me feel like a new man."
MICE 80 CTB. AT Alt DHUfI STORED
Sale of William
Under and by virtue of an order of the Bu.
perlor Court of Atamanoe oounty, In a apee al
P.ooeedng ln whloh all of tbe belre-at law
ofWllllam Poteat ware duly oonaUtuted
partlea, tbe oommlaaloaer will. .
SATURDAY, MAY Bbd, 1918,
at 1 o'clock p-sl. offerfor aale to tbe hlgheat
bidder at public auctin al ilie court bnu.e
door in (Iraham, Alamance oounty. forth
Carolina, upon tbe tarmr Hereinafter aat out.
'he following deacribad property, lying .od
Joint la Morton townahlp, Alamance county,
-tute of North Carolina, adjoining tbe landa
* John Malllnga. George Ujwla end otbara,
anda^re^rtlcuUrlybuunded and desert U-
Bogl mlng at a atone, aald Htallinaa' corner,
aiao corner with aald Lewis, aiid runnlna
thence II V St rode to a atone on line of aald
"tailing*-. thence Eastward i rod. and 4 ft. to
• itotat; tfctnwi southeastward rods to ■
atone on aald Oeo. Lewla' line; thence N
* Hd* of *a!d Lewla I roda and 4 fTw>
the beginning oorner, containing one acre.
•°*a or leas, upon which la tltuated tbe
ifuS SSfofbuSSE' - bJr WUUam
Termt of Hale—One-third of the (.urebaaa
price to be paid la caah on date of sale™onT
Ihlrd at the expiration of one rath f££
date of sale, and the remainder at theei
plredloaof two months from date oTaato,
purchaser to eie ute not* tor deferred f*y
meota, bearing lntaraat at the rate of/per
■fc.Hi anaiisi aad title reserved until tee
mrotaao price la paid, with option to Ute
S^ r fl^«2£ h reo- " d ~ -
T&* the (lat day of Shah, IMB.
K.O. W. DAMEROJf,
F« InfmU tad Children.
Tla Unl Ym Have Aivays Bmht