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Unlaw ytm feed is dfeested with-
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MADE »T SCOTT A KOWNK -
ftsAECRS OF SCOTTS EMULSION
I Public Sale 648 ACRES of Fine Land
At Home Place of Late D. P. Foust
NEAR VA/HITSETT, N. C. « 1
II A. M., Wednesday, May 12, 1920
| .THE C. A. BOONE TRACT —' w " v ' m the SHEPHERD TRACT
Lot Number 1, 37.00 Acres Lot Number 1, 37.32 Acres
s Lot Number 2, 31.31 Acres \ SHEPHERD TRACTS r O 97 IK A WRTFL
Lot Number 3, 28.70 Acres SV.«RS M '
I - Lot Number 4, 30.70 Acres T s lrl W* 1 " " ' Lot Number 3, 21.12 Acres ;
Lot Number 5, 23.10 Acres y S "" TK T "" CTS^^^
IT Lot Number 6, 34.35 Acres /3\_l y // THE INGLE TRACT
Lot Number 7, 27.70 Acres HL ; Lot Number 1, 8.62 Acres
THE SMITH TRACT / Lot Number 2,4.82 Acres
Lot Number 1, 50.48 Acres I>ot Number 3, 8.05 Acres
I' Lot Number 2, ' 49.52 Acres //\ r „ t „ ct ,
» M,L. / THACT V T HE MILL TRACT, 84.50 Acres
THE SUMMERS TRACT, 95 Acres
THE ROSS TRACT, 24.59 Acres 1 THE WOODLAND TRACT, 14.80 Acres
About one-half of this land is in original growth heavy timber—oak, pine, etc. Splendid tobacco land; excellent farming tracts; good water power
I with 2-story mill house with mill now running. Sold direct in settlement of estate—the opportunity of a lifetime for investors or home-seekers.
Convenient to Central Highway, macadam road, and near Gibsonville, Whitsett and Sedafia. In easy reach of good schools, churches, railroad
station, etc.. Easy Terms. Maps and blue prints may be seen at Alamance Bank & Trust Co., Burlington, N. C., The Bank of Gibsonville,
N. C., and with the undersigned executors. For full information and description of property, write to or call on
W. T. WHITSETT and D. P. CLAPP, Ex'rs of D. P. FOUST, Dee d, Whitsett, N. C. j
$20.00 in Gold Given Away on Day Sale. Jj
THE ALAMANCE GLEANER.
.« 1- Re P pesentat, *« Porter who introduced peace resolution In house. 2. Champ Clark debating peace reeo.
lutlon In house. 8. Strike inconveniences New York commuters.
i HOTLY KISED
MORRISON BAYB THE TROUBLE
IS JUST PLAIN, ORDINARY
STRIKE FOR MORS PAY.
REVOLUTIONARY POWER WEAK
Department ef Justice Has Nothing
Additional ts Rspert In tupper!
; ef Its Published Coneludona.
i Washington. Attorasy General
Palaor's conclusions that tha
law" railway strike was traceable to
•otlvltles of radloali aad revolution
tots Was sharply challenged in a state
■«t issued by Frank Morrison, sec-
Miter of tha American Federation of
fcsfcor. Am Independent Invest! («-
4ao «( strike causes by Mia railway
aaaoutlves, tha statement aaid rereal
ad "j»st a plain, ordinary strike far!
"If there wars enough revolution-1
ary power In the United States to'
create such an outbreak as this," Mr. I
| Morrison said, "tha condition would 1
! be serious, indeed. But th«re la no
i euch power. Tha absolute failure of
tha attorney general to grasp tha
true situation ia amailng."
Tha department of Justice had no
| additional annonncamenta to make
to snpport its coaclaslons. The only
' development of the day affecting the
government's connection with tha
s'rlks situation wma ths organisation
meeting of the railway labor board,
which met with seven of Its nine
members present, elected officers and
determined to make up tha whole
question of railway wagaa at tha
point where the bi-partisan discus
( slon between men aad employes
dropped It some days, ago, unable to
reach a conclusion.
Seldlsra of Axsrbaljan Republic
Are Said to be Attaoklng Armenia
London/—A Moscow report received
here by wireless says forces of tha
Aserbaljan republic have attacked Ar
menia aad that tha republic of Geor
gia has offsrsd to act as an Interme
C|nolnnatl Afternoon Papers Have
Reduoad Editions to Eight Pagaa
| Cincinnati. —Announcement Is mads
by the Cincinnati afternoon newspa*
I vers that owing to the shortage o4
' news print paper accentuated by th«
GRAHAM, N. C., THURSDAY. APRIL 82. 1920
[ railroad strike and resultant reetrlc
' tlon of transportation facilities, edl
tloas will b« limited to eight pagee.
Whitehead Kluttz Mada Mambar
Mediation and Oonolllatlon Beard
Washington.—Whitehead Klutta ol
Worth Carolina waa nominated bj
President Wilson to raembsriht* 01
the fcoard of mediation and ooacllla
tlon, succeeded O. W. W. Hanger, wh«
has been mada a member of tie rati
road labor board.
•ult la Kntarad to tat Aalde
the Dlvaraa of Mary Plckferd,
•linden, Nor. —A suit to sat aalds
the decree of dlrorce granted by Dla
trlet Judge Langan to Oladya B.
Moore, known aa Mary Ptckford, from •
Owen B. Moore, waa filed hero I>y
Leonard B. Fowler, attorney general
of Nevada The ault waa filed "in the
Interact of the atate of INersda."
QOvernor of Texaa Makes Vigorous
Pretest Agalnat Mexican Paaaaga.
Austin, Texae —Vigorous protests
against the proposed morement of
Mexican troops through Texas In a
campaign agalnat the rebela of flono
ra wars made by Governor W. P. Hob
by In a telegram to Balnbrldge Colby,
secretary of atate. ( y \
Other Demand* Added by Striking
Railroad at Chisago.
Oblcsjo—Recognition of the Chica
go Yardmen'! aesoctatloa ae the gov
eraing body of railway switchmen aad
yardmen waa added to the demand*
o etriklng railroad employe* tn the
Chicago terminal diatriet at a meet
lag at officer* of the BOW outlaw un
John Qninau, preeident of tho aaso
oiattan, announced after the mooting
it bad been unanlmoOaty dec Med that
tbe original demand* should etaad.
Ceil mated Yield of Oltrae Fruit
I* Placed at 11,000,000 Bene*
JaokionTllle, Pla.—According to ee
timates anaouncad by the department
of agriculture, the lIIMO el true fruit
orop for Florida I*, ••tlmated at 11,
004,000 boxes, 1,700,000 boxee el
orange* and 4,800,000 bosee of grapt
fruit. Tbe value of the total crop ii
estimated at 114.500.000.
Premiere Held Ceneultatlen Over
Allied Occupation of Ruhr Baeln.
Paris.—Allied occupation of th«
Ruhr basin In wester* Oemaay' Is be
Ing considered by allied premiere gath
ered at San Remo, *aye The Petit Par
ialen. Premiers Lloyd-Qeorge, Mil
lerand and Nlttl held a brief mootiai
aad agreed In principle ea the aeeoe
slty of forclag Oermaay to disarm, ths
newspaper declaree, bat were ael
agreed as to the beet moene ot pro
| Officiate of Sonera Continue to
f Pleoc Men to Oppeee an Invaalei
Ague Prists, Sonora, Hezioo.—Of
| flclals of the Benora state geverameat
; whose defeotlen from the Carraau
! government ot M*klco Xederal leaden
are staking to pat tfowa by force n
arm*, continued their dlepeaitleaa «
mea and maalMoas to oppoec posslbli
Invasion Meanwhile, Sonora fereet
ware far south of the Sonora border
pressing through Slnaloa to the attacl
' bf llaaatlaa, the principal seaport
Further Preeeeutlone Threatened
Agelnst Retallere of Leaf Sreai
| Charlotte Bvnry retail dealer Ii
1 bread will be Indicted under the Love:
! act, declared the ohalrmda of the fat
prloe comml'teo. Dr. DaTldaoa, uales
they cut the It-cent loavea to II ani
the M-cent loaves to IT centa.
Dr. Davidson said the fair prlc
committee Is satisfied that bread cai
be bought la the cMy and from nearb:
potato at auob prlcee as will leave thi
retailer a fair pro it when ha sella to
If aad 17 eeata.
PASSAGE OF BONUS
i BILL IS PROBABLE
• VIRY STRONG OPPOSITION TO
. LKQISLATION THROUGHOUT
I j THI SOUTHERN SECTION.
, WHIPPING MEASURE 111 SHAPE
ii One Prepooltien le to Provide Ceeh
II Bonue of 91J6 Per Day Inateed
•' of 11 Originally Suggested.
, Weehlagtoa.—lt looks aew ae If a
soldiers' boa as bill will be put through '
Ceagross before adjournment. There
I le strong opposition to aaythlng of the
i kind ia the South, bat maay of thoee
I who (ought abroad deeire it.
t Revised pleas •( eab-oommltteee
t. ot the waya aad meant committee
i provides a cahe boaua of U K per
i» day for soldier*, tailor* and marinee,
I Instead of $1 par day as at tret
I agreed upon.
► The bill will be written under theee
* mala titles:
* 1. Caah bonus; t. home aid, (two
' plana); 1. vocational education; 4.
paid-up lnsuranoe; t. revenue.
It will be optional with aoldlers,
( sailers and marinas aa to which of
the fear plane of relief they shall
Uadar the first title will be a
provision of $1.16 oaah bonas per day.
" It ie understood thst officers will not
rt be entitled to this.
* Final agreement has not been
" reached en the revenue provisions.
I la all probability the propoeed tax of
* oae-half ef one per cent on groea
r sales of concerns with more than f>oo
1 bualneea per month will be retained.
Quatemelan Pr**ld*nt Surrender*
, to th* Forces of Carlee Herrera.
I Guatemala City.—Preeident Betrada
Saberra capitulated to tbe revolution
ary forces of Carlo* Herrera after tbe
latter had enveloped "hi* strong hold
of La Palmn. The president agreed
to eurrender himself, tbe revolution
iste guaraateeing hie pereonal safety
aad also retention of all tbe property
legally ebtaiaed by him.
The capitulation of Cabera follow-1
el latormlttont ftghtiag.
JOHN 6RUNMI HAS
WARRANTS ARI TO M •■RVID '
TO VAOATID OPFICIi.
PREFERRED JUL TO LIBERTY
A N«w Msnate to Railroad Service IN
the Form of Threatened Strlko of
SS,OM MOM licomu Apparent.
Chicago.—John Qruaau, president ot
tho "outlaw Chicago TaiteHt aaeo
clation," waa taken bjr Moral offl
, ocr*. alter ho had rofnood to give |ll,>
| 000 boad, on a charge of violating the
Loror act, for which ho waa arreeted
' with M other etrike leaders. Federal
offloora said Qrunau violated hla prom
too to NBili away from union Hoot
Following the laaulng of BOW war
ramta for 10 atrlho loaders. District
Attorney Clyae Indicated that M
other* would ho sorrod oa man who
sue coed od to the offices vacated by
loaders arreeted.* Harold 8.. Reading,
aa officer of the eaglneasen's aeeoda
tloa, who was re-arrested, refused to
give bead for hie release.
. While the railroads andoaaced that
traffic ooadltlens in Chicago wwre ap
proaching normal, a now Menace to
railroad eervlce came In the term of a
etrlke threat from 16,000 freight hand
lers and railroad clerks.
Kneeling at the Altar, Man Dice
While Being Made Church Member
i Richmond, Ta.—Kaeeliag at the
altar while being received ta the
Seventh Street Christlaa church.
Preston H Cehh, «», died isstsaUy el
. Rev. H. D. 0. MaeLashlsa was ta
the act of yrenowMtag him a mem
ber of the congregation when Cobb
reeled and fell Into tho aisle.
Weldoa, —L. T. Oreen, a protnlneaT
farmer of Wei don, had one sf his
hands cot off in a cotton gin. HU Ml
coat eleeve got eanght in the maohhn
! err whUe It was In opera U*n end h»
fere It cenld be stopped the Hash we*
amputated Just above the wriet
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