Miss Blanche Scott aad Maj. J. Steven
SimmonseMarried in Honolulu.
Mention has been made by The
Gleaner of the marriage of Miss
Blanche Scott of Graham and Maj.
J. Steven Simmons, formerly of
Graham, on June 29th in Hono
lulu, Hawaii. Miss Scott left here
with a party on May 31 for Hono
. lulu ou a pleasure trip and to visit
Mrs. J. C. 'Simmons, a friend of
the members. of the pany who
lived in Graham,for many years,
In the society section of The
Pacific Commercial Advertiser of
July 4th, published iu Honolulu,
H. T., besides the account of the
wedding given below, appeared
double column pictures of Miss
Scott and Miss Nell .Simmons.
Here is the account of the wed
In an alcove, fragrant and beau
tiful with white lilies, off the liv
ing room of the Anapuni Street
home of Mrs. J. C. Simmons,
mother of the bridegroom, Miss
- Blanche Scott of Graham, North
Carolina, became the bride •of
Mfcjor.J. S Simmons of the medi
cal corps of I£prt Shafter on Tues
day evening. The bride was
beautiful in a gown of white geor
gette with a wedding veil of tulle.
She carried a bouquet of white
roses and aweet peas. Miss Nell
Simmons, sister of the bridegroom
and maid of honor, wore a pretty
dress of pale blue chiffon and car
ried pink carnations. Major E.
E. Cooley acted as beat man. The
ceremony was impressively- per
formed by the Rev. Edwin T.
Sherman of the Central Union,
Chureh, to the strains of- Mc-
Dowell's "To a Wild Rose" played
by - Miss Vere Xeene, violinist,
with Mrs. Marie Henderson at the
piano. The bride's mother, Mrs.
J. L. Scott of Graham, gave her
daughter away. The Misses Mary
Lou Powell and Marce Goley,
also of Graham, acted as assistant
hostesses of the evening.
The house which was prettily
• decorated with piuk alters was
thronged with friends of the bridal
pair, military men in white uni
forms and women in dainty even
ing gowns. Among the guests
were Maj. E. E. Cooleyj Mrs. J. B.
Cooley, Miss Anne Cooley, Miqs
Mary Lou Powell, Miss Marce
Goley, General and Mrs. Charlea
Morton, Colonel and Mrs. Charles
Wilcox, Colonel Willard Newbill,
Colonel and Mrs. Jere Cay top,
Lieutenant Coloneltmd Mrs. John
Clark, Major and Mrs. A. B.
Jones, Major and Mrs. Clarence
Fronk and Miss Eleanor Fronk,
Captain Arthur L. Davis, Major
and Mrs. Chester Allen and Miss
Hazel Alien, Captain and Mrs.
William Potter, Major and Mrs.
Rufus Haywood, Captain and Mrs.
William Boyd, Captain Wilford
Bishop, Lieutenant Floyd Kilgore,
Major Bamuel Parker, Mra. M.
Stanley Johnson, Misa Eatherine
Johnson, Mrs. Mario'Henderson
and Miss Vera Keene.
Theswedding is the culmination
of a pretty romance that had its
inception in a childhood friend
ship in North Carolina where the
\ bride and her parents, the bride
groom and his mother, and the
, Misses Powell and Goley lived.
Some two weeks ago Mra. Scott
' and her daughter and the young
assistant hostesses of the evening
eame from the states to visit their
old time neighbors, whereupon
Major Simmons and Miss Scott
, immediately renewed the friend
ship of their childhood and their
friends were soon informally sum
moned to the wedding.
Pink, and white aa a color
scheme waa carried out in the re
freshments in the form of ice
cream and heart-shaped cakes.
Major and Mrs. Simmons are
spending their honeymoon onwind
ward Oahn, at the Halciwa hotfl.
After Jply 10 they will be at home
at 1627 Anapuni street.
ta Honor of Prospective Bride. *
Mra R. L. Holmes is entertaining
this afternoon in honor of Miss Nell
Ferguson, who will become the
bride of Mr. L L Henderson on Wed
nesday, August 4th. Miss Ferguson
is an excellent yrfong woman who
• has been doing community work at
the mills of the Travora Mfg. Co.
for the past year and has made many
friends. Their friends will with
for them a long and happy wedded
' . ' • * •, . . f *.
•JAWBIAW*"*''' 1 ' > V" ' ' ' /r , llMl(irif"Dir j- II'III*' *
THE ALAMANCE GLEANER
Citizens Bank to Increase Capital
Stock to $25,000.
Tuesday afternoon the sU«khold
ere of the C.tizens Bank ol Graham
met and authorized an increase of
the capital stock of the bank to 125,-
(XX). An amendment of the charter
of 4he bank, which heretofore limited
the capital stock to SIO,OOO, was ap
proved, providing for an authorized
capital of' $60,000, bot for the pres
ent will only be increaaed to 125,000.
The amended charter will also pro
vide for the bank to act aa admiuis
trator, executor, guardian, trustee
and in other fiduciary capacities,
greatly enlarging its business scope
Under the present management
with Mr. J. b. Cook as secretary,
this bank has made rapid strides,
and with increaaed facilities the
future of the bank promises Well.
People are learning, more than
ever before, that the safe place for
their mone> ia in the bank, rather
than in their pants. pockets, bureau
drawers, trunks and other unsafe
places. They ire learning to carry
a check book and to pay bills by
check instead of currency.
Standing of Baseball Teams. V
Belo* is a statement of the stand
ing of the baseball teams belonging
to the Mill Club of Alamance county,
aleo the schedule for balance of the
Standing of Clube July 24th:
Played Won Lost 1>
Bellemont, 8 6 2 760
Saxapabaw, 9 (5 3 0(57
Travora, 9 6 3 667
Glencoe 6 15 166
Schedule for the remainder of ihe
• July 31at—Glencoe at Saxapahaw;
Travora at Bellemont.
August 7th—Bellemont at Sara
pahaw; Travora at Glenooe.
August 14th—Glencoe at Belle
mont ; Saxapahaw at Travora.
House Robbed and Three Negroes
On Monday the home of Giles 1
Brincefield, colored, near Ossipee,
waa entered in the absence of the
family and robbed of SIOO in cash.
Three negroes, Jaaper Blade, Lacy
Miller aha Bill Morton, were hunted
down and arrested by Sheriff Story
and his deputies and $67.00 of the
money recovered. A hearing was
had here Tuesday and Miller and
Morton were bound over to court.
Slade came clear and was released.
Stolen Automobfle Recovered.
About ten daya ago a new Ford
car belonging to Mr. R. D. Penning
ton, near Glencoe, waa atolen. The
car waa located a day or two ago in
the southern part of Randolph coun
ty in the possession of John Little
who gave it np. The lights and
other parte had been removed and
the engine number changed, but Mr:
Pennington identified his car by
Picnic at Fort Song.
On Tuesday evening a large party
of young people left here for Fort
Snug, Mr. Root. L. Holt's delightful
country place northwest of Glencca,
to spend the evening. It was a pic
nic party and plenty of eats were
carried along. A very pleasant even
ing is reported.
Daughters of CoafodecaeyJMeetiag.
Graham Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will
bold their regular monthly meeting
next Thursday afternoon, Aug. sth,
at 3 o'clock with Mrs. W. H. Ander
son at Haw River.
Cor. of The Gleaner. /
Tobacco in our section is look
Our people are horrified to hear
of ench horrible erimee committed
in our own eonnty. There seems
to be nothing that should be any
cause for aueb conduct, mid the
law should be alrictly enforced
and the guilty onea aeverely pun
ished; and no gateway left open
for anyone to alip out by paying
money or any other poeaible way,
bat give them the limit of the law
regardless of rank or position. It
looka like everything is moving
in a downward course, and if there
ia not a check the end ia plainly
aeen. If there are any good peo
ple the time ia here for tbem to
gat busy and help oar presiding
officers in trying to 4o (Mr doty.
GRAHAM, N. C., THURSDAY. JULY 29. 1920
UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL
CLOSES NEXT WEEK.
Has Had 1192 hi Attendance—9s
and Schools Sending Largest
Groupes—2B From Ala
mance - Representation
Cor. ol The Qlesner.
Chapel Hill, N. C., July 27.
When the summer school at llit*
University of North Carolina
closes next week, out-going train*
from Chapel Hill will carry at
least one of the 1,192 students tu
every county in the .State except
live which are hidden behind the
Blue Ridge—the counties of Ashe,
Gr.iham, Mitchell, Swain, and
Watauga. The announcement
comes fro ha the office of Dr T. J.
Wilson, Jr., registrar.
E\ eiy other one of the remain
ing 05 counties i$ represented,
wjth Orange, Whose own summer
school is a- part of (he University
aupmer school, %way iu the lend
Willi 110 Other leaders
are Guilford, which sent 32 stu
deuis, Mecklenburg 30, Sampson
30, Rowan 20, Ahtuptnce 23, Wak*
24, .Forsyth 23, Carteret 23, Piir
bam 22, Wayne 2*l, -I*l tt, Gaston,
Beaufort, and Catawba. 2U each,
Iredell, Johnston, and Stanley, 18
v Forty-five students are study
ing law and I,l47'aft iu the sum
mer school proper making the
Ihrpbst number of studettts thnt
Una ever in Chapel Hill in
the summer. Women are far in
the Icihd over men, with 828 to a
mere 319. Seven hundred and
fifty six have taught before and
161 are preparing to teach. Foug
hundred and thirty-six are taking
college credit work.
• The Methodists and Baptists as
usual are far in the lead of the
other religious groups, the Method
ists leading with 415, t he Baptists
second with 328, the Presbyterians
third .with 170, the Episcopalians
fourth with. ft 7. The remainder
are scattered among a dozen de
nominations, inclii itig Chris
tians, Lutherans. Friends, Dis
ciples,/ Reformed, Jews, Roman
Catholics, Congregationalism Uni
tarians, Universalists, Moraviaus,
Adventists, and Christian Scient
Students of the University make
up-tbe largest single group from
any inatitution, 218 stroug (most
ly men taking college work in an
effort to make up lOfit time or to
finish their college course quick
ly. North Carolina College for
Women sent the biggest delega
tion of any woman's institution,
125, followed by the Bast Caro
lina Teachers' Training School
with 40, Meredith, Greenaboro
College for Women, and Guilford
with 38 each, Flora McDonald
with 27, Trinity with 26, Eton
with 22, and Wake. Forest with
15. Some fifty-od«K-institutions
are represented in aU.
Last yqar the attendance at the
summer school was 922, but the
largest previous attendance was
in 1916, a pre-war year, when
1,058 were on thp hill, Tbe'pres
ent attendance breaks the sum
mer record. The winter record of
1919-1920 haa already been broken
by the 1,406 students who were
here. Combining all stud-iita,
winter and summer, fiuce Sep
tember, 1919, jeas than a year
ago, the total is 8,598, with prub
aWy several hundred duplica
tions, which would reduce the
net total to something like 2,3« X).
• Director N. W. Walker of the
summer school is authority for
the statement that more I ban 300
stadflnts were refused admittance
to the summer school because uo
room could b^..found for tbem,
either in college dormitories or in
We oCer Oae Hundred Dollar* wosrt for
•ay aase o( Cfcterra that caaaot be oured by
EpS Catarrh Medicine.
Hk.l t Catarrh Medicine has been tlfcni by
eaten* euSems (or the past iblrtr-Sre
rears, and baa beeoae known aa the a»( re
liable remedy for Catarrh. Hall'* Catarrh
Medicine acta tarn tbe Blood on the Muoou*
aurfaoee. expeUtea tbe Pei«>a from tbe
Blood aad beaMa* the dHeaatd p .rtlonr.
After jon have taken Han't lOitarrb Medi
cine for a abort ttae JHI wUlaee a area* im
provement la rear sunreal health. Hurt
taklap Hall's Catarrh M Mil tin* at one* aad
ret rid or eaterrb B»nd for testimonial.,
M. J. OH MET a OU* Toledo. l*blo.
SoM ojr all Drusstete. tte. adr
Bill ean find bis heart fgain
when he begins to get those fat
Chautauqua checks some more,!
for that ia wfcars ha belongs.
"SHOOT STRAIGHT GRATUITOUS
ExSuperior Court Judge Writes
About Shooting by Soldiers
Here List Week-
Judge Frank Carter, former
Superior ' Court Judge, writes
abbut the uufortunate shooting to
death of unoffending citizen in
Graham by soldiers ou night of
19( h iost. "in Carter's Weekly, as
. The information available at
this writlug as to the fatal action
of the troops at the Alamanee
county jail puts a heavy onus
upou the public authorities, In
cluding the Governor of the State.
There is a highly regretable lack
of evidence that the firing was
necessary tu repel a serious at
tempt to breach the prison. On
the contrary-, there is much to sug
gest that the soldiers acted with
out command and directed the
fire of their machine guns and
side-arms indiscriminately agains:
a crowd of unoffending citizens.
The incident should be made
the subjeet of an investigation
free from any taint of whitewash.
It is our most earnest hope that
such an iuvestruation will fully
exonerate fhe troops from the
blame that now appears to attach
But if so l»e that tbey have act
ed with undisciplined zeal and ex
ceeslve severity, the fault is not
to be regarded as exclusively
•theirs. The gratuitous truculence
of the "shoot-straight" pronuncia
ments of His' Excellency their
commander-in-chiet" waa well cal
culated to give them » hair-trigger
set -to breed 10 them a con tempi
of life, not to any a lust of blood.
The toue of the Governor's state
ment was singularly uufortunate.
No one will question the propriety
of the employment of the utmost
force to uphold the majesty of the
law, but It would have derogated
nothing from tho eff ctiveness of
his arm > for him 1o have shown a
little more respect for the feelings
of a sorely tried community. •
Lodge end Statesmanship.
The Philadelphia Record.
There are no patriate or states
men except Republicans, accord
ing to Senator Lodge. Of course,
George Washington doesn't count
beoanae the party did not exiat in
his da«. How the country man
aged to get along for 72 years
without Mr. Lodge's party we can
not imagine. "You lira a patriotic
American," Bald Mr. Lodge to Mr.
Harding, "imbued with the great
leaden of the paatof Washington,
Lincoln _ and Roosevelt, whose
services'to the American people
have become forever memorable
in our hlatory." Even Grant and
McKinley have fallen by the way
side, and Taft may have been
omitted because he isn't dead yet.
But we will ventnre to say that
Grover Cleveland will rank among
the greatest of our Presidents In
American history, and no man
ainee Lincoln will bulk so large
in American history 00 years from
now as Wood row Wileon. But
Henry Cabot Lodge ,is incapable
of patriotlam; partisanship ia the
.highest level to which he can
Cesee To Graham People.
There are days of distinees;
Spells of headache, languor, back
Sometimes rheumatic pains;
Often urinary disorders.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney ills.
Endorsed In Oraham by grateful
friends snd neighbors.
Mrs. W. B. Perry, Albright Ave.,
says: "A good many years ago t
was bad off with a dull ache In
my back, and my back was so sore
and weak, I was In misery. I haa
severe headaches and sometimes
got so dlssy the room aeemed to
be whirling. Dim's Kidney Pills
were recommended to me and I jot
a box from Oraham Drug Co. Af
ter taking a few doses I was re
lieved, ana continued use made me
feel better in every wav."
r Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont
eimpty ask for % kidney remedy—
get Doan's Ki'Jnev Pills—the Mme
that Mrs. Perry had. Poster-Mll
hurn Co., Mfgis., Buffalo. N". Y.
Something seems to hava gone
wrong with Nr. Hoover's rudder.
HISTORY TOLO IN FLOWERS
Writer Regrets Changes That Have
lw« Mas* In NMIM SO Thai*
Just the old names that nurses
used to call them, often not the real
names, but reminding one that a
whole history of old England lies
wrapped up in the petals of a lily,
and it is well to reoord them before
they axe forgotten or corrupted.
Nurse's idea of the pronunciation of
*ivy" was not exact If anyone had
rumpled his hair after her careful
and sometimes painful ministration,
she would declare he looked "like
an owl in an ivory bush." And so
with gilly-flower, and many other
names; just a little turn of rhetdtie
and the meaning is lost, for every
flower should paint a picture, in
words, as it does by its perfume and
beauty. Love-in-a-mist, Mary's
gold, codlins-and-cream, and the
prettiest of them all, shepherd's
purse, and the seed-pods of honesty.
The little pimpernel, the poor-man's
weather-glass, with its long name—
John-go-to-bed-at-noon—is a pret
tier name than barometer, and trav
elerVjoy tells the tale of a cottage
in sight and home at last. Lady's
smock or milk-maids, or cuckoo-pint
all belong to the bitter-cress, and
lords-and-ladies to the wild arum,
though Jack-in-the-pulpit lis mora
descriptive, if net so picturesque.—
Christian Science Monitor.
"These poets an so indefinite."
"Why, the pod tells tu that Lara
Porsena of Clusium sat in his ivory
car. somewhere, of course.
But we never learn whether he waa
hung up on account of tire trouble
or lade of gasoline."
HAVS UP-TO-DATE NAM CO.
There is a town of Pickford in
North America. An announcement
stating that the city of Grand Ra
pids, Wis., wsa contemplating
its name to that of "Pick
ford," brought forth a letter from
northern Alberta showing that on
the railway between Edmonton and
the Athabaska landing was a little
town called "Pickford." The sta
tion agent's wife wrote that it was
but a smsll place near an Indian vil
but that it had been there for
several years, and that sometimes
twice a month they had moving pic
tures. Curiously enough, the next
town is "Chaplin," also another fad
ing post* snd, according to the map,
Fairbanks is not so far away.
aTCSL WOOL FOR ALUMINUM.
The manufacturers of a cleanser
for aluminum utensils comment on
a recently published advice to use a
mixture of ammonia and borax, if
one must polish it, that this mix
ture, unless used very carefully, haa
a tendency to eat into the metal,
especially when used constantly.
The beSt way to keep it bright ia ta
clean it with steel wool snd soap.
The cleanser made by these manu
facturers is a combination ef these.
WHAT NURICH THOUGHT
lira. Nurich—This gown is jnst
a—a bit revealing at my figure,
isn't you think, Saxn?
Mr. Kurich—l'd atj it tu i
wriatlon la ftipnM from 0m looks
« ft* biII—KMHW CMy Tla*
WANTED ALL HE COULD GET
Blderly Paeeenger In Airplane Was
Leaking far Some Thrills for
His Oied Money.
Last summer Kokorao, Ind., bad the
usual airplane pUot who took pas
sengers op for fl a minute. The
pilot was approached one day by a
man who was easily within earshot
ef eighty years. The pilot took him
aboard and soared around in "straight
flying," la order net to give the elder
ly passenger any thrills that would
be dangerous to his heart action.
After the customary fifteen minutes
he slid gracefully to the ground and
motioned his paasenger to alights
The eld man complied, and then
walked up to the aviator.
"Say," he exclaimed, "are yon a real
flyer? What about Immelman turns,
barrel rolls, loop-the-loops, nose
dive, tall spin, falling leaf, pancake,
and so on! Can yon do any of those
"flare," replied the aviator, "but I
AM not think yon cared about any of
those .things. They are a trifle risky,
you know, and might upset your
"Well, I paid for a good ride and 1
expected some of those things," the
passenger countered, "end I would
like to get them. Sire me alt yon
got Tumble around la the air Ilka
a porpoise In the ocean."
The aviator told him to climb
aboard and he would accommodate
him. Be gave the passenger "*ll he
"That's flue!" exclaimed the pas
senger, ss he climbed out of the
cockpit the second time. "Thst's the
way I like to ride I"—lndianapolis
VAST RICHES IN "OLD MINES
Wealth Awaits Loeky Prospector
Who Oan Find One, Though Many
Are Known to Kxlst.
We'an all familiar with Sir Rider
Haggflrd's "King Solomon's Mines"
nor was he by any means the first to
put forward the theory, though In a
romance, that many eld aad but half
worked mines mlgbt yet await the
patient toll of tho searcher. Except
In cases where there bad been long
continued use. It Is not at all Improb
able that there are ancient mines
ready to reward the Intelligent
methods of today. But now In Idaho,
ws are told, "tho ''lost' gold &lne of
the Upper Salmon river district" hss
been rediscovered. A rich ledge had
boen found by two prospectors and
worked by them a little; then they fell
out and a Spokane policeman, who bad
the secret from one of them, sought
the mine for 20 years; then he fell
out, snd now It has been found anew,
to enrich the finders, for the ledge
peeper Is ssld to be from four to. six
feet wide with a rich quartz stresk
that shows the gold shining In Its
grasp. The gold hss slwsys been
there snd somebody for many years
MM believed It to be there; It only
seeded to be found to add another
to the romances of fact.
WILD BOAR PRIZE ENOUQH.
The French ministry of agricul
ture had a prize of fifty francs for
every wild boar weighing over thirty
kilograms that was killed and of ten
francs for every little one It has
just withdrawn this, giving as the
reason that, with all meat at such
high prices, the flesh of a wild boar
ought to be quite sufficient reward
for killing it.
DEATH BATTLE OF
CALOMEL IN SOUTH
Itodeoa la Oeatroylag Sale at Dangerous
Drag with Hi* flirer
You're billious, sluggish, consti
pated and believe you uoed vile,
dangerous calomel to start your
liver and clesn your bowels.
your druggist for a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone aud take a «poon
ful tonight. If it/ doesn't start
your liver and straighten you
right Up better than calomel and
without griping or making you
sick I want yon to go back to tbe
etore and get } onr money.
Take calomel today and tomor
row you will feel weak and sick
and nauseated. Don't lose a day's
work. Take a spoonful of harin
leaa, vegetable Dodson's Liver
Tone tonight and wake up reeling
great. It's perfectly harmless, ao
give it to your children any time.
It eau't salivate, so let them eat
" • ■ wWitSaHW
No Gray Hair. I
It seems so unwise to have
faded or lifeless hair these daya,jj
now that Q-ban Hair Color Restorer ||
will bring a natural, even, dark |
shade, witho it detection, to graylS
or lifeless hair
Have handsome, soft, lustrous hair||
In abundance without a trace of
of gray. Apply Q-ban—guaranteea
harmless—soc a large bottle—money ®
back if not satisfied, sold by the f
Hayes. Drug Co., and all good drugm
stors. Try Q-ban Hair Tonic, Li- I
quid Champoo and Soap. |
GRAHAM HARDEN, M.D.
Burlington, N. C.
Office Hours: » to 11a.m.
_ „ a, "J b y appointment •'.« a
Office Over Acme Drug Co.
Telephones: omot 440—ReiddeRce 264
JOHN J. HENDERSON
GRAHAM. N. C.
Office over Niiloaal Bank of AlmuM I
J", s. oo o sc*
GRAHAM, - v - - r. 0
OOoe Pattoraon Building
* • DtNT '«T : : :
Graham .... N«pth Carallna
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
— - :. ■ J|
JACOB A. tons. 3. FXMKK lOßfl
LONG & LONG,
Attom»jr» and Oouniwlor* at i.aw
OKAHAM, It. C. j
FROM 28 KINS
Mississippi Woman Had No
Eggs for Four Months.
Hens Now Laying
"I wish to praise Dr. LaGe&r'a
Poultry Prescription to Poultry
Raisers. 1 have 28 hens and had
no eggs from them for over 4
months. After I fed them one and
one-half packages of your pre
scription 1 gathered over 2'dozen
eggs from them. This !s a positive
fact, and I advise all poultry raisers
to use Dr. L«Gear's Poultry Pre
scription, if they wish their bens to
lay."—Miss Carlina Freeman, Har
Dr. LeGear*s adviee and a few
pennies wisely spent have made lay
ers out of loafers. You can obtain
the same results. Get a package of
Dr. LeGearis Poultry Prescription
from your dealer. Use it as directed.
It 2i & tcn.c which btrflds np th#
strength and vitality of hens, with
out overstimulating or injuring the
egg producing organs. If remits an
not entirely satisfactory, return the
emptjv carton and receive a refund
Summons by Publication
NORTH CAROLINA— . E
In the Superior I'oirt,
Lottie E. Houthard
Waller E. Brookf Houthard.
The defendant above named will take no
tlie tliHt an ac lon entitled aaabove ban been
romme ced In tbe Superior Court of Ala
bunco countv for the ritmtolullon of th*
bonda of matrimony between the plaintiff
ai.d defendant; aiuTt. e defendant »11l fur
ther take notice tbat be la required to appea
before the Clerk of th.- Supe.tor Court at tie
ofliee In Urabam In aid county on Monday,
tbe Slrd day of August. land auiwer
the complaint, which will l>e debited luthe
offlcj of (aid Clerk ou or before aald 28rd day
192 • And 'et tbe defendant
tbke notice, that If he fall to answer arM
c mp'alnt within tht time proscribed »>y law.
the plaintiff »11l apply to tbe court for tbo
relief demanded In tbe complaint.
Tbla tbe ißnd day of July. IUOI '
LONG k LONG, Attja
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. '
Having quallll, d aa Bxecator ot Ike wfn
pt I aura Malcne. deceased, the un4en.lKnel
hereby noli ties all persona lioldow claims
a t ßin*l iii'd estate to present tbe »ame. dulr
autkentle ted. mt oi berorotbe %tb day of
July, mi. «.r lb a notice will bv pleaded
in bar of tbeir recovery. Alt persona Indebt
ed in aald estate are requested to make Im
Tbta June Httb, 1«B».
J. D. WHITTEO,
, . of LauraiMslone. decM.
•SiulXU Burlington, N. C.
I Two San Francisco papers are
wild lo refer to all Democrats as
j "bourbons." They had lietter .
1 have a pare or some of the miter
rlfiotl wttl kwgia k hooting.