THE ALAMANCE GLEANER.
Brief History of 19th Amendment to'
The Nineteenth Amendment to
the Constitution of the United
States reads os follows:
"Section 1. The right of citi
zens of the United States to vote
shall jnot be denied or abridged by
the United States or by any-Slate
on account of sex.
"Section Congress shall have
power by appropriate legislation
to enforce the provisions of this
The amendment was first sub
mitted to Congress January 10,
1878. It was finally passed by tfce
House of Representations on' Mjty
21, 1919, and by the *&ejiate on
June 4, J919. It was ratified by
36 Ststes in the following order:
June 10,1919 —Illinois.
June 10,1919 —Wisconsin.
June 10, 1919—Michigan.
June 16, 1919—Kansas'..
June 16, 1919—New York.
June 16, 1919—Ohio.
June 24, 1919—Pennsylvania.
June 26, 1919—Massachusetts.
June 28, 1919—Texas.
July „ 2, 1919—Iowa.
July 3, 1919 —Missouri.
July 28,1919 —Alabama.
July 30, 1919 —Montana.
Aug. 2, 1919—Nebraska.
Sept. 8, 1919—Minnesota.
Sept. 10, 1919—New Hampshire.
Sept. 30, 1919 —Utah.
Nov. i, 1919—California.
Nov. 5, 1919—Maine.
Dec. l', 1919—North Dakota.
Dec. 1, 1919—South Dakota.
Dec. £2,1919 —Colorado.
Jan, 6, 1920—Rhode Island.
Jan. 6, 1920—Kentucky. *,
Jan. 12, 1920—Oregon. '
Jan. 27, 1920—Wyoming.
Feb. 7, 1920—Nevada.
Feb. 9, 1920—New Jersey.
Feb. 11, 1920—Idaho.
Feb. 12, 1920—Arizona.
Feb.. 19, 1920—New Mexico.
Feb. 28, 1920—Oklahoma.
Mch. 10, 1920—West Virginia.
Mch., 22, 1920—Washington.
'Aug. 18, 1920—Tennessee.
Bid to Regulate Carnivals and Other
Shows in Alamance County.
The following bill was passed
by the Legislature at itß special
The General Assembly of North
Carolina do enact:
Section 1. The board of com
missioners of any county in North
Carolina are hereby authorized
and empowered to direct the
Bheriff of each county to refuse to
issue any license to any carnival
company and shows of like char
acter, moving picture and vaude
ville shows, museums and menag
eries, merry-go-rounds and ferris
wheels, circuses, and other like
amusement enterprises conducted
for profit, whether under canvas
or nof, whenever in the opinion of
said board the public welfare will
be endangered .by the licensing of
such shows or exhibitions.
Sec. 2. That this act shall ap
ply only to, the county of Ala
Sec. 3. That this act shall be
in force and effect from and after
GO NO _FARTHER
The Evidence la at Your Door.
Graham proof is what you want
and the statement of this highly re
spected resident will bannish all
•A. T. Webster, Poplar St, Gra
ham gave the following statement
in December, 9107: "'1 suffered se
verely from pains across the small
of my back and there was a sore
ness through my kidneys. The kid
ney secretions were unnatural, too.
Finally 1 used Doan's Kidney Pills
and soon was much better in every
way. I have had but little pain
in my back since and the kidney
secretions have cleared up."
On July 12, 1918, Mr. Webster
added, I would not be without
Doan's Kidney Pills for anything
as 1 think they are the best kid
ney medicine on the market. They
put me on my feet when I had
kidney complaint and I advise
anyone who has this trouble to
Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mr. Webstar bad. Foster*
Suborn Co., Mfr*, Buffalo, W,T,
In Justice to Mr. Morrison.
Raleigh News and Observer.
In a report of Hon. Cameron
Morrison's speech at Graham ap
pearing in tbe News and Observer
last Sunday this language was
"Butler had searched the State
from end to end to find deeent
men to nominate, but they were
not to be'had."
». Mr. Morrison waa not directly
represented as using these words
but the inference was that he did
use them and injustice to him we
are printing this Statement l>y
him: • ' >
"In my speech at Graham I
used no language which in any
manner reflected on Mr. Parker-or
other candidates of the Republi
can party. I waa explaining the
great difficulty the leaders of the
party had in getting good men to
run on account of the certainty
their defeat. I explained wny
Mr. Wbitener refused to put up
his primary fee of SSO for the
nomination for the United States.
Senate. Every reference of mine
to Mr. Parker of a personal char
acter was of a pleasant, tenor."
The article was written in great
haste to catch an early edition
and the correspondent, a member
of the editorial staff, in rapidly
sketching the various steps in Mr.
Morrison's argument, gave a cast
to one point that Mr. Morrison's
language did not justify. This
was done, of course, entirely with
out malice and in view of Mr.Mor?
rison's statement the News and
Observer without hesitation ac
knowledges the error in report
ing him and expresses its regret t»
for the incident, an expression in
which the correspondent cordially
joins. 7 ,
Crimson Clover Doubles Crops
W. E. Bowers, in The Progressive
Enriching his land to the extent
of doubling crop yields in 12 years
by growing crimson clover is the
significant success of H. H. Ar
lington, proprietor of the Beech
wood Seed Farm, near Rome, Ga.
"I attribute the increased pro
duction to crimson clover and to
crimson clover alone," recently
declared Mr. Arrington, "and the
good results I have obtained every
year from growing the crop on
abont 260 acres of my cultivated
land for hay and for green ma
nure, shows for itself to anyone
who visits my farm."
Mr. Arrington is a firm believer
in crimson clover. As a cover
crop it has given him better re
sults than bur clover or vetch.
He says that most good oan be
had from the crop by growing it
on about one-third,of the culti
vated land of the farm, rotating
it over the farm every three
This long experienced grower
has'found crimson clover an ex
cellent cover crop. He says that
he haa observed that the
his fields withstands high water
for many days at a time when his
vetch and other crops are killed.
"One of the greatest asset* of
crimson clover," says Mr. Arring
ton, "is the fact that the crop
may be cut or plowed under for
green manure in time for plant
ing corn. On' this large Ffoyd
County farm the practice is fol
lowed of cutting the clover for
hay off only the best land aud
only to the extent of getting
enough hay for tbe immediate use
of the farm. On the best land
where the clover grows very tall,
sufficient stubble is left when hay
is cnt to supply green manure.
All the remaining clover is plowed
Mr. Arrington was asked wheth
er or not he had any objeetions to
crimson clover hay. His reply
was, "Cut it at the proper time
and you will get a good bay. J
have bad no trouble with it dur
ing all the time I have been grow
ing and feeding it. I merely cnt
it at the right stage."
It was not to be expected that
Senator Harding would make a
very original and surprising
speech. It is not in him. He
does not belong to the class of
national leaders and teacher* of
hnmanit.i. He is an ordinary Re
publican party roan, a soldier who
obeys commands and carries oat
w oraai* girtn urn,
GRAHAM, N. C., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1920
AMERICAN LEGION OF
- NORTH CAROLINA.
Second Annus! Meeting. Wilmington,
September 3 4.
The American Legion, Departs
ment of North Carolina, consist
ing of 112 posts aud 6,000 ex
service men, will hold its second
annual State Conveiitou in Wil
mington, September 3 and 4.
i Tbe first hCMSion or noeting,
presided over by Department Coiu
mnnder John Beasley of Mouhie,
will lie held at one o'clock p. nu,
Friday, when the various commit
tees will be appointed and dele
, gates registered. The addresses
first day by R. G. Clioliuely-Jonrs,
Director of Boreau of War Riak
| Insurance, Washington, D. C.,
and' C. G. Schultz, Director of
| Vocational Training, Atlanta, Ga.
Saturday's session begins at 9:30
, a. m. At this meeting election of
officers for coming year and dele
, gates to National Convention at
Cleveland, Ohio, will be held; also
' a place will be voted on for the
third annual convention.
The Department desires eveiy
post of the Legion in North Caro
lina represented by delegates as
, questions of importance will he
decided upon. Among tbein the
matter of electing a whole-time
Department Adjutant and Fi
nance Officer at a salary that will
justify a man to devote his entire
time to tbe work of the American
Legion of this State, the publish
ing of a semi-monthly magazine
by the North Carolina Depart
ment, the Fordney extra compen
sation bill, which 'ls expected to
come up in the next session of
Cpngress, universal military train
ing, education aud good roads.
Dr. B. C. Brooks, State Super
intendent of Publjc Instruction,
has accepted an invitation to ad
dress the Convention on Satur
day. National Commander Frank- ■
lin D'Olier of Philadelphia, and
Hon. James H. Pou of Raleigh
have also l>eeu invited to apeak.
Tbe present officers of the North
Carolina Department of the Ameri
can Legiou are: John Beaaley,
Commander, Monroe, N. C.;
Walter Clark, Jr., Vioe-Cominaif
der, Charlotte,, N. 0.; Cale K.
Burgess, Acting Adjutant and
Finance Officer, Ualeigh, N. C.;
Daniel W. Terry, Pnliciry Officer,
Raleigh, N. C.; aud F. (>. Clark
son, Historian, Charlotte, Nj C.
STATS or OHIO CITT or TULIDO | «,
Luc-a CSD°TV. I
Frank J. Cheney makei ovb Uiat be I*
senior partner ef ibe tttin ol K. J. i.beiuy *
Co,, doing builnew iu tbe city of Toledo,
oOunty and Stale'aloreaala.aiid that MM rtrm
will pay the sum of One Hundred U»liun> for
each and every oaae or Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the ute of Hah'*« atarrb Cure,
FRANK J. UIIUNKY.
Sworn to before be sod aubacrlbeu In my
preienoe, thU hh day Of December, A. 0.,
188# A. W.GI.KA ON.
[Seall Nuiui y Public.
Hall'* Catarrh Medlclae la taken lMeiu.ily
and act through the blood on the ui uoua
aurlace* of tbe •yetem. Seud lor leetlmo
P. J. CH H.KKY * CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all DrutfiOata, '*>•
Hall'a Family Plll» lor cunatli illu.i
Mr. Harding say* lie intend* U#
make "America First" and keep
her there. This is to laugh. Mr.
Wilson has beat ytflbfo it too long
ago to talk HIU»UI it. "America
first." Ha! Ha! Our American
dollar is worth 26 per cent more
than the relative amount of Brit
ish money, the next Htrongeet
financial power iu the world, after
us, 100 per cent more than the
French money, 300 per ceut more
' thau Italian money and 700 per
cent more than German money.
Ah, Mr. Harding, your ridiculous
i talk makes us stalwart Americans
To employ middle-sged white wo
man ss a help and companion for my
wife. Apply with reference*.
JACOB A. LHNO,
I ; 26aug4t Graham, N. C.
i WANTED—Man wilh t*am or
snto who can gire bond to sell 137
> Watkins home and farm products.
•! Biggest concern of kind in tbe world,
i $1,500 to $5,0U0 yearly income. Ter
ritory in this county open. Write
today to J. R. YV ATKI SH Co., Dept.
116, Winons, Mino AauAt
1 Every once in a while it becomes
clearer that Germany accepted
the peace treaty "with reserva
tions." , .
We see a bank advertises itfelf
, as "progressive and conserva
tive. It might eonSde its formula
' to Harding,
Cur. of The Gleaner.
Grover Shoffner met wl.th a
serjoua accident while remodeling
hia house. The scaffold gave way,
throwing him td the ground; his
ankle was fractured besides some
Rjfofile art* ali in a rush cutting
ana caring tobacco. So much
rain kept tobacco green and now
the sunshine is hurrying it up.
Oppie Spoon is spending a few
days at home
Alfred Alexander has treated
himself to a new Ford.
Quite a number from our com
munity attended the camp meet
ing at old Bethlehem.
l)r. Bob Burgees is suffering
from another stroke of paralysis.
Uuder the existing income tax
law as frallied by the Democrats,
such men as John D. Rockefeller,
Pierpont Morgan and other multi
millionaires pa? Uncle Sam $2 out
of evury $3 they get. The Re
publicans believe in "taking the
poor" and allowing the downtrod
den rlqh to go free, so long aa
they furnish* the dough for buy
ing the election for Hardiug.
Well, Mr. Patriot', do you like
their program—well then, the
ouly thing to do is to elect that
great Progressive "Jimmy" Cox.
Mortgagee's Notice of
Sale of Timber.
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale coutained in a cor
tain mortgage deed executed by
W. N. Richardson and wife, R. L.
Richardson, which said mortgage
deed bears date of December 7,
1918, and was duly recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
for Ahtmance-county, in Book of
Mortgage Deeds No. 75, at page
560, reference to which ia hereby
made, default having been made
in the payment of the debt se
cured by said mortgage deed, the
undersigned mortgagee will sell at
public auction at the court house
door in. Graham, to the highest
bidder for cash, on
SATURDAY, SRBT. 4, 1930T~
at 12 o'clock, noon, the following
deacribed standing timber:
All the pine, oak and poplar
timber measuring ten inches in
diameter one foot from tho ground
on a certain tract or parcel of
land lying in Coble township, Ala
mance county, North Carolina,
adjoining the lands of George
Greesou, Big Alamance creek and
Beaver creek, containing 144acr6a,
more or less; the same being tract
No. 25 in the survey of the Oak
Grove Farm, recently sold by the
parties of the first part to Eugene
Ingle, but with the reaervation of
the timber mortgaged. .
Term* of Sale: Casn.
This 28th day of July, 1920.
1). M. ELDER, Mortgagee.
John J. Henderson, Att'y-
Commissioner's Sale of
Mebane Real Estate.
By virtue of au order of the Su
perior Court of Alamance couuty
made in a special proceedings,
wlieieto all the heirs and devisees
of the late Isabella Vliiueiit were
constituted parties, for the our
pose of selling the land* foi di
vision, of which she uied seized,
the undersigned Commisoioner
will offer for sale, to llie highest
bidder, at the court bouse door, in
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15.1920,
at 12 o'clock M., the following
valuable real estate, to-wit:
A lot of land fronting Holt
Streefcin said town, 152 feet, front
ing Second Street, and running
back 152 feet and 100 feet from
said streets, respecfvely.
The corner of Holt and Second
Streets is a splendid business-site
and thU property will be divided
and offered in two lota, one as a
business site, the other n« a resi
dence lot, then it will be offered
as a whole. .
There is a dwelling house on'
Term* of Sale: One-third cash;
one-third in six months, and one
third in twelve months, deferred
payments.to carry interest from
day of sale.
Sale subject to confirmation by
This Utb day of Aug., 1920,
J. 8. COOK, Commissioner
Summons by Publication.
In the Superior Court.
Before the Clerk. 8.1». No. Ml.
| B. S. Robertson, sole surviving
Trustee under the last \V ill
,' and Testament and Codicil
I thereto of Charles T. Holt, de
Louise M. Holt, Wachovia Bank
and Trust Company, (a corpo
ration), guardian of the estate
of said Louise M. Holt; Cora
M. Laird, E. C. Laird, her
husband, T. Holt Laird, Mar
guerite G. Laird, his' wife, ,
Louise Laird (an infant), Mary
Chambers Laird (an infant); ,
Louise M. Haywood, A. W.
Haywood the younger, Adele
Haywood, his wife, Adele i
Haywood, Jr., (an infant), T. ,
Holt Haywood, Louise B.
Haywood, his wife, Mary
Louis? Haywood (an infant),
T. Holt Hafwood, Jr., (an in- i
fant; Ella M. Wright, and ]
Louise B. Wright, defendants.
The defendants Louise M. 1
Holt, Cora M. Laird, E. C. 1
Laird, her husband, Adele Hay- 1
wood, Jr., (an infant), Mary :
Louise Haywood, (an infant),
and T. Holt Haywood, Jr., (an
infant), will take notice that a
Special Proceeding entitled as '
above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Alamance \
county, N. C., before the Clerk ,
thereof for the purpose of the 1
resignation of said plaintiff, B. 1
S. Robertson, as sole surviving '
Trustee of the trust fund under 1
, the Will and Codicil thereto of
Charles T. Holt, deceased, and j
i for the appointment of a sub- ]
stituted or successot Trustee of '
' said trust fund under said Will '
and Codicil as described in the 1
petition filed in said proceeding;
that summons in said proceed
ing was duly issued for all of
said defendants on tne 14th day
of August, 1920, which" sum- ,
mons was returnable on the 29th
day of September, 1920, and the
said Louise M. Holt, Cora M.
Laird, E. C. Laird, her husband,
Adele Haywood, Jr., Mary I
Louise Haywood add T. Holt 1
Haywood, Jr., will further take
notice that they are required to
appear at the Alamance county,
N. C., court house in Oraham,
N. C., on said 29th day of Sep
tember, 1920, and answer or de
mur to the petition in said pro
ceeding, or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
This August 17, 1920.
D. J. WALKER,
, Clerk Superior Court in and for
[ Alamance County, N. C.
Ernest Haywood, Attorney for
LIFT CORNS OR
Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Don't suffer ! A tiny bottle of Freezon
eosta but a few cents st any drug atore
Apply a few drops on the coma, calluses
i apd "hard akin" (on bottom of feet and
then lift thm off.
When Free zone removes aosns from
the toes or calluses from tbs bottom of
UtsfssttfeskiabseasU) i* Itft pink sod
■ MaUky M4wwrK>T», te*4«r or Irritated.
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Sale tf Valuable Real
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in a cer
tain mortgage deed from Chas.
Banks to Alamance Insurance &
Real Estate Company, register
ed in the office of the Register
of Deeds for Alamance county,
N. C., in Book of Mortgage
Deeds No. 61, page 525, defaiHt
having been made in the pay
ment of the indebtedness secured
thereby and the said mortgage
deed and the note which it se
cures and the property conveyed
by it having been duly transfer
red, assigned and conveyed by
said Alamance Insurance & Real
Estate Company to the under
signed for value, and the said
transfer and assignment having
been duly recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds for Ala
mance county, the undersigned
will, as assignee, on
MONDAY, SEPT. 20, 1920,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at the court
house door in Graham, N. C.,
offer for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash,
all that certain tract or parcel
of land in Burlington township,
Alamance county and State of
North Carolina, adjoining the
lands of Esper Montgomery,
Jerry Sellars and others, and
bounded as follows:
Beginning at an iron bolt,
corner with said Montgomery on
North side of an alley; running
thence N 11 deg W 218$ feet to
a rock on said Montgomery's
line, thence S 70} deg W. 50 ft.
to an iron bolt; thence S 11 deg
E 21-31 feet on North side of said
alley; thence N 70$ deg E 50
feet to the beginning, contain
ing 24-100 of an acre, more or
less, on which is situated a cot
This 19th day of Aug., 1980.
R. F. WILLIAMS,
W. 8. Coulter, Att'y.
Trustee's Sale ot Real
Under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in a cer
tain deed ( of trust executed by
Baxter Vaughn and wife to tbe
undersigned trustee, November
15th, 1917, and recorded in Book
of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust
No. 73, at page 218, default hav
ing been made in the payment of
the bond secured by skid deed of
trust, the Alamauce Insurance &
Real Estate Compauy, trustee,,
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1920,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at' the court
house door in Graham, North
Carolina, offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described real
A certain tract or parcel of land
in Alamance county, State of
'North Carolina, adjoining the
! lands of Mrs. At>«l llorno, Armaria
j E. Fowler and others, lieing a part
of that trai-'t of land owned by
! Daniel BOSWBII and sub-divided
by Lewis 11. Holt. April 27th, 1017,
[and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a corner with L
jE. Boswtdl on said Home's line,
ruuning thence S 88 deg 35' E 1(5
chs 42 Iks to corner with said
Fowler; thence with line of said
Fowler N 8 ehs 17 Iks to confer of
I Wm. Mcßroom; thence N 78 deg
\V 0.72 Iks to a poplar; thence N
84 deg W 3.9Bchs; thence 8 B*J deg
W 3 chs; thence 8 73 deg W 3 chs
to corner with said Doswell; thence
S 8 chs to the beginning, and
known as t lie Florence Vaughn
i tract, containing fifteen (15) acres,
! more or lesf>.
This Aug. ICtb, 1920.
Alamance Ins. & Heal Estate Co.,
E. 8. VV. Dameron, Att'y.
Having qualified a* Administrator of the
i wttM of Win. 11. KotSnwm. deceased. tbe
undertlimrd hereby qotlfla*all persons hold
in* olalnu against the wld evtetu to present
tbe same, iuly authenticated, on or before
tbe IMb day of August, 1911. or tbis notice will
; be pleaded In bar Of their reoovery; and all
persons Indebted to aald estate are request
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GRAHAM HARDEN, Ma D.
Office Hours: 0 to 11a.m.
and by appointment •
Office Over Acme Drug Co.
Telephones: Ofllce 4 Residence
JOHN J. HENDERSON
Attoraey-at-Law • 'J
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J". S..COOK, ;
'RAHAM, ..... N. C '
omce Pstterson Building
.Second Pluor. ......
DR. WILL S. LONG, JK.
. . . DENTIST . i .
Sraham North Carellaa
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LONG * LOKG,
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GRAHAM, I*. G.
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—and today he is as fine a lookint
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t only used a few hexes of Dr.
..eCears Stock Powders."
Mr. Ilnste benefitted by the advieo
of Dr. LcGear, Graduate Veteri
nary Surgeon of 27 years' expert
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Summons by Publication
In tbe Hnpertor t'uurt,
l»ttle E. Houlbard
Waller K. Brooks Southard.
The defendant above named will take mo
ilea that an aclon enUUed as above-has been
• ommu ced In the Muperlor Court of AJa
manue conn y tar the dlssoluUou of the
bonds of inatilmony between the plaintiff
a> d defendant; and tie defendant »IliVur
iher take notice that be Is required to appea
before tba Clerk of tbe Superior Co art at his
ofltce In Urabam In aald county on Monday,
the Wrd day of August, IWU, and answer
•be oomplalut. which will be depot I ted In tile
offlej of said t;ierk on or before said Srd day
of August, IK'. Aul let tbe 'lendanl
take notloe. that If be faU to »n«wtr said
complaint within the tine prescribed by law,
the pUInUB will apply to the oourt, for the
relief demanded In the oompUlnt.
This the IBnd day of July. 1100.
D. J. WAI.KBB, r. "I.e.
LONO k l/>NG, Attys. it'Jnlytw
Having quailOed as Kxeeutor ot the win
of Lauia Malone, .Iw.-an-d, the undemigned
hereby noUSt* all persons holding claims
avaiuat st d •■rtate U) present the war, duly
authenticated, on or before the Ktb day of
July, Itei. or tb s notice will bv plsaded
In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebt
ed *o said estate are requested to make im- '
'rhls June 2*tu, litti.
J. D. WHITTEIMx-r --
of Laura Maloue. deo*d. '
| OJulySt \ Burliiiiitou. X. O,
\ The Gerinabs may be very ab
| sent-minded, but it appeare rtiat
■ Lloyd-George and Milleraud are
determibed not to let tbem torget
tbat they lost tho war and have
got to p»y for it.
■T. .'.jßft . ■ -'.itibal