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   Burlington News, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Burlington, North Carolina                                VOL 23 BURLINGTON, :_____j______ THE PASTORS AND THE BURL1NG- TON NEWS. FARMERS TWO FAREWELL SERMONS, The Purlington Market has had .Last Sunday the Rev. J., A'. Upon the accession of a new editor the'-the' misfortune to loose onfe of the I pastor of the.M. E. Churcivprctiohe'U his pastors of'the city. say several f Wareliouses by fire, but we want to I farewell a.crowded house. Mr. things 'concerning Hie Burlington say right here, that The.Brick Ware'r I.Horniiday has been here 6nly.twoty.ear3, AROLINA, DECEMBER 1911, MEETING QF COUNTY COMMIS toy- many friends of Cltiilfot Pounds. 40 122 Pounds. US 142 142 130 ''JO 130 010 Pounds. .02 134 05 94 36 40 1U6 190 'the new and the old, and its telation to the Jife.of-the community. ...1. .We. congratulate the new editor iipo'n the splendid opporl-inily now before to shape the plastic life of our entire city and.county. His ministry is to be a wider "one, easily 'accomplish more, than that of any in the com- 1. munity.. It is his privilege to preach social .and; civic' righteousness every .week ,to thoiSauds-bf.people. He may so generous- ly praise virtue-iiud right; and so stinging-; ly condemn vice and': wrong, that entire community will covet, his notice of his riotice-pf the other. Great is his opportunity for helping "-make Burlington in every sense a clean Wisely- c.dly, not so' much by. party pqlilics, as i: SO by" personified righteousness.' 'To thii cud we trust, our new'editor will become .a student of municipal government 468 and of civic iinpiovement, in order that "Jiia public utleiances may come to have ig the public mind the weight of definite tnd accuiale knowledge. 2. Tp the public we wish to ir.ention the debt due to a good editor. No othei citizen has so -great an opportunity for '.enabling or degrading the public seuii- ment. of the community, or for promoting or retarding the-progress of a town, as has the editor of its most widely read paper. A wide' awake, high-toned editor therefore should be regarded ns one of .the1 leading benefactors of a communi- ty-; and in so far as he puts into, bis-paper these characteristics-it should have the sympathy' not only, but the enthusiastic support, of every true, and public-spirited citizen. Every citizen should feel a per- sonal obligation to help make' it go. By subscription, by liberal advertising in its cohfiims and. by ger.eial .boosting, the citizenship insure a ..large Jinan-Hal, sucncis; and as 'paper and editor rat-. So t.he fronA all the community 'l.'n in of. 'sorry'sort Pf ciiizeu' that will not feel proud of the success of a paper that is one of' the chief promoters of the success and progress of the town. 3. To both our papers we have a word in common. All that we have said, in- deed, was said -other excellent paper in mind, only we wished to show special recognition to our new editor. Both papers are public servants and pro- moters of the public good. It is unworthy of either in local issues to stand merely as champion of paity politics, and to fling mud at the other, or at the party whose issues it espouses. For either to be so biassed as not to give generous credit for whatever of good appears in paper or party or administration is to put itself outside the pale cf respectable journalism. Editorial abuse and mud throwing will not long be tolerated m the twentieth century by the enlightened public sentiment of any community. Any paper so offending against, good taste and common morals should be discoun- tcrrianced and blackballed and forced t. surrender its public trust. This gently reminds onr editors that public senti- ,raent-demands that, if they cannpl keep sweet, they will at least be courteous. 4. Vo the retiring editor of The Bur- lington News we wish to pay our compli- ments. If he lias said some things and done Eome things we -could not all approve, he has also said and done countless things for which we give him unstinted praise. In the main he has been on the side of morals and reform and progress. We generously acknowledge the large debt which om community o.wcs him, and reluctantly irive him our hand in parting. e _ ii. -i r.t house, is still here for businness. Our buyers are all atill here and we are- glfjd to say want tobacco and the prices will'be just as good.' Don't let any one decieve you but bring your tobacco on to the Brick Warehouse. We will take care of you ahcl handle your tobacco to- the -best advantage, and for the highest market price's'. Truly Your Friends, Hooker, Thornburg AU.red. The Brick Warehouse. Sale Made For. Clyde Stanfield.. Price. S13.EO 25.00 37-. 50: 21.00.. 14.00 bill during thisi'liine-. lie began. the, elrec- lioh'of the.miignificient new church .which is lso_ nearly complete thkt it "is' service will; be held in it-.-next week. Mr. Hpniaday and'fnmUy-have 'en- ueared themselves-to the.peoplein Btirr lingtcu-and they regret.to'see them leave.; Weldone, Rev. J.- St., M. seimon at-'11 ii. m., There was a large .con; Mr.. Williams. .He.was fywi kiimv .Total. S 5.40 30.50. 41.50 prospered under- his. ministry'arid.'be 16.SO leaves the church in church for.three years and the him and family in he fejjjje, G'.swell' iuiil .Iprnnfee coiintk my loss'ih getfing my wnrc on'.lnst 'Monday. j'.I glai fffin you that' I have secured tin 'ck building tlint was used t'o: giving me more thai .'.fee.t1 of floor space'.. I have novel a ii'iore idea! warehouse since 1 have 'in the business. ''Well lighted, an for both man and 'The ''buyers have promised me heariy ciX-operations uiuHliey -say of tobacco shalhsell than "ry highest market prices. On '.'arehouse floor, And .'of .'ft interest is 'jsf-aiiii wluai gelling your tobacco good ,sale ifo-day nnd my averaged'81 S.Sp.' ftcmcinber NEW.-BRICK' WARE-' will always'ieiui.' sell more for more, moiifj'y." than any ware. Sale Made for J. H. Wilkins. Price. 513.00 15 00 15.00 25.00 19.00 14.25 ORGAN RECITAL. Total. S 15.34 21.30 21.30 T'lie following is a program -of the 32.. 30 org-in recital -to be given in the Church 17..10 of The. Il'oJy' Comforter in this city to- 18.52 morrow. (.Thursday) ovcnilig at. 8 December .the Sth. E. Seaton Ely S104.7G Sale Made for Fuller Graham. Price. SS.7.5 10.50 10.00 '20.00 45.00. organist and choir director. The invited! Total, j 5.43 i. Griind CJiTerl dire in Lrfei.Hirc.Wcly. 14.07 2. Melody in Rubenstein.' 15.20 i 3. IS.SO 'Mrs. Pomeroy. 16.iO 4. AVolfraus Prayei from "Tannhau- 16.CO .Wagner' 23.32J '''Hiirrioreske.''- Dvorak.' t.oi 5. War'March of the. Priests Menscls- "tobacco the past ten days forth prices 1 have sold tobacco i: years.. Gome to see me, 1-ca: you." Yotfr Friend, V. J-" Editor, Burlington inclined to do so I wish you .nee that- o'n Sunday .'B of sorrnon-lccutres on my hw'igh the Holy I.und last, yenr. TO- is every .Sunday nfternojn; thel'third.Sunday, at. the Lutheran Last Sunday the .sermon was-in- pry, find incidentally obscure pas- explained by lo'c'hljiiit- .u a in a of'.lucnmbers; camel fining btie oye of .a m Ruth The Board of County Coinmisfionejs of- Alamtincc .'County met in Ihe Co ill I Pi un hour at Ornhitm> December 4th, 1011. the tnlno biih nosi part of Mit'to; at 10 o'clock, regular montldj tlui.alc.nid by I meeting 'wjth tlioi followiii'g mehibeib hn Binlingtonhossuffoicduii prbsenl: The fin was lua prilc lioW abotll S 15 bul icfort th( fiui niched the from the building md the rthJuso doomed lo (lit pn cry- stood W. H, Tummtine, T; K. Barker 'E. L. Dailey, ,J. E. Strand. BAPTIST OF THE STATE MEET. (193 Sale Made for G. R. Graham. Pounds. 255 22S 96 152 300 106 1137 Price. SI5.00 26.00 42.00 27.00 10.00 7.00 The Annual meeting of the Baptist State Convention is in ssession in Win- >m. stou-Salem this week. There are over Total. Baptist in Ihe State with nearly S 38.25 uvo thousand churches. This is a strong 59.28 of Christian workers and no doubt 40.42 j (lj] will feel the thrill of pleasure 41.04 i for many days to come from contact with these consecrated workers. The interest of the work doiit- by tie Baptist can be. guessed by the amount Sale Made tor Coleman King. Pounds. 54 90 204 158 130 142 238 155 258 Price. S' 9.50 12.00 16.00 13.50 22.5Q 25.00 '18.00 18.00 14..CO S234.31 j money contributed to different causes j since they last assembled. Contributed to State Missions to Home Missions to foreign Missions S3S.597.52; to Sunday School Miwjion-i to Orphanage to Ministerial education to aged Ministers Making a total of Several have gone from Burlington lo attend the convention, among them being 1 Mr. J. H. Vcrnon and Rev. W. P. Camp- Ibell. PROGRESS IN THE HOOKWORM CAMPAIGN ACCELERATED. IN MEMORIAM. Whereas in His all-wise providence Reports from the physicians of the hty God our Heavenly father re- State and from the physicians conducting from cnrth to ctcrnity 23fr- T. Williamson chairman being ibsent upon motion duly made and sec ndcd H. Turrentinc was elected 'Imirman protein.1 The following business vas Ordered. Thai the of Clias. D. olmston Register of Deeds in mid for Vlamance County be accepted approved nd ordered recorded ni.ul Hied. Thai, the 'report o'f.-Chas. D. olmston Clerk of o. the Board of CounU lomciiissioners of Alanmnco County ns o the County debt sinking fund .be a'c eplcd approved and ordered recorded CIiMSf. D. .lolinsl.oii presented a receipt mewing his official bond for one year it ordcu-d that the same lie .'icrepted and rdercd -filed. Ordijred. That the report of Dr. Ciwj W. I.CijiK Siipt. cf Health for Aiainmn'i Comity be accepted anil liled. Ordered. Th.it. ,1. N. Taylor relieved the Moiym hoiui md it caught and was buinini, fust All the moniing tho nul bcui h.Ph nnd at, were all frame one and eon o wittc .filled with IjbaKo ihti soon fill in but not1 until 1 uildinrb m all wen toiiBUmed. TU MI just and n htandinf, tlow lo the cro llio pionnrhofl Jloinillo His, Joss is rinr- tmlK jxtrtd It is thought Hut Mr NnnviH q cleir vill un ount to over Uucc tlioi find dollarb j Mi Ii f Kliut onmd UIL rllui tliiet building-, which UUP burn! Ht had no in tu ante il til ind the 1 ivs IH eiljm Htd to be about, S2000.- In t'i as stored quiU a ml are mtumcd borne of wluih is d bj uibiniiKt Those IK tis IK P I inmrinct JJi my who Mi Morj-un, lax ou same who carried being an er.or in listing.fe lax'in Norlh also a lit avy 'loser. :i ho B.dl Teto'' Btiilinglon. I Company a'lour th'e'lo Ordered. Tliat W. X. ThoinpKon in- not, heavy', yet .ii, tiki; .'Btigate biiilding biidgo across the.creek 'days to f veati hear Mr. Tho-i. Koust's as asked for in petition of citizcw presented to Uiis Honrd and report, to this Boait! hi- ils next meet- ing. Ordered. TliiiO AV. N. thoiniiron he authoiized to dp some work on the road from Carolina, io_ Big Falls Bridge alsy finish t-iiu ill Stages creek bridge mid do somu.woik on. the Dellemont road. J. Kernoflle .C. H. C- prosi'iiti'd a receipt H-ncM ing his official bond mnlf.bc same 'ordered upon 'Ordered. timO'W. H. 'ife T. B. Barker be to invcstifciitc the road at the Uarfffiiy Pinea near (ieu. Danileys and rejiort lo this Biinid at its next meeling Ordered. That I lie matter of alhming Mr. Patterson a cart wa.y iicronn Ihe html of Dr. be laid over until the next meoling of I his Buard. AN APPEVL. The name, of Company Shops would now sound inappropriate as applied to our thriving little city, with its modern im- Ordered. That.I. M. Gailis be refunded provcnients, city lights and electric citrs, (m same having been paid us but it does not rcquiiu the oldest, of our ]juilil tax erroneously, omens to remember when Company j Ordered. That R. N. Cook be authori- the State end County free dispM.sanes day of Nov. i9u, the soul, ptKiur beloved for hookworm disease, show that since brother> william MHchoil "Gates, who for the work began twenty-one months upwards, of forty-five 'thonsahnd people Shops gave place to Burlington and onr began its existence. Almost coincidental with it_s biith there came into being, among its women, a society whose one purpose was the care of the poor and befriending the sick and des- titute among us. During the past quarter of a century's growth, which has marked the advance of onr city from a village which bore the name of its chief industiy, because it had no other, to a city of modern equipments. The Helping Hand Circle of King's Daughters has been faithful to its ourpose. looking after the 1'eedy and des- titute, furnishing food, fuel, medicine and clothing to all i their power At our last last beloved president, Mrs. Joseph' Fix requested me to make an appeal to nil-persons who are inieicsted in the unfortuna'x: and needy of the city, Asking their co-operation in the resolve of dach member of the Circle to contribute apiece for each year we have lived and these contributions to her, or to Mrs. Hay'sonictin-.c be- zed (o refund to .1. 10. Isky the sum of Sl.fK) und charge the same to Fn-ndship Graded school as it has hern erroneous- ly listed in said district. The outside poor list was revised (he usual orders made. Ordered. Thai- .the proceeds of the Kirby estate be tinned over to the County Treasurer and credited to the General County fund, Ordered That this lioatd give note lo the Nn.i.ional Bank of Burlington for S136.7G for freight on Iron cells etc. for the County work hcuse. .Ordered. That the. bill presented by the liiver Fails Farm for the sum of for repairing engine which broke through the Galbielh bridge across Haw River be and is heieby rejected. A franchise was granted J. W. Murray his heirs anil assigns the right to locate frQm mrjy to [fore lira 20th of that one coin- ist igil served as the faithful i1Eiucc may have friends to purchase have been treated. Xrwly half tins num- Of.our Sunday School. iGhrislmas gifts for Ihe poor and needy ber has been treated in the free dispensa- Thcrcfore] RC jt, resolved, that we re-! about us-. With the glad Christmas tide of thirteen counties since July first. our conficicnt failh.in the Providence gather our friends and loved ones of Gotl and humbly bow to the same. about us, and while we feast and make knowledge, as ppssi- Jn i.iie oiiiiv; nn-n- ailci numoiy Dow to me same. aoout us, ami wnne we juusij aim nu.iw the and 1500 of them are active practitioners, we express our ]merry, let us not forget Ihe unfortunate ion for the dispensaries, besides those i a new era of righteousness and piogress for all our community.' The above is not an official expression of the Ministerial Association, but the perspnal expression of the individual pas- tors'in general. S. L. Morgan, ENJOY THE WINTER 'NIGHTS, J.c! us each appropriate the following Burlington Rcfcnned Sunday at (he coming yule-tide; J. R. Hoffman, Dear Lord tomorrow is the glad Chiist- C. G. Slaughter, Sec. Day, i have so much to thank '1 hec ___________ ,fot tliiit cheers me on'my way; so help me i jo be hind to those less lucky than I be, jihc fellow that's in hard luck, Lord, just 'send him right to me. I'll help him. Now found now little difficulty in scouringeo-, 200 bis. of fancy apples.. '.00 boxes my for my blessings, for operation on the part of the people and Of Florida sweet oranges. see how much myself, county commissioners, where good re- Nuts, Raisin's, all going at to bo poor, suits of the work eim bo seen or heard of. prices. Special prices for a limited :__ appropriating for the dispensaries the first, Monday in December. _ I people have been microscopi-1 cally oxzr.mincd for hookworm disease, i A large number of Ihose treated had such heavy, infection that the microscopic, examination was not necessary. There is operate and maintain an Iriterurban Railway over and along the Public Roads Alamance County. McCRAY NOTES. Miss Sallic Duncan, one of our former eachers, who is now teaching at Swep- We lire. uniVbJe .at c give Hie exact seen till Ihe. pnrlhs, town, but the entire lcss.li. by many as ranging' sand dolliirs. The lire is thought, lo h, 'miu e.xijlirsiun of an o' 'iii'.'lingloh Firp S N IbOiiu'." ir- tin; tfTi f.tir'- F the Un! Minn If playing upoi with lite lows Tin: Clinhiiiii C'ompiiny came to tlif I'c'scrr ami from Ihc. time the call was made lo I lift unrolling Ihe line of hose on Frnn.1 St. it required but twenty four mimitc.-i lo cover the two and one-half miles nnd pel. ready to light fire. Good for. the Graham boys. finch piomprness makes our property doubly safe in such Greensboro heard of the fire nnd sent un engine to Burlington. It is rumored thiil Borne of the buys who came are by no means anxious to lido the rails at such speed ngnin. It was like the speed of the fastest aeroplane: we are informed. But by the time the engine was on the yards here the lire was well under control and the engine was not, unloaded. DR. DELIA DIXON CARROLL AND MRS. W. N. HUTT OF RALEIGH COMING. Dr. Delia Dixon Carroll and Mrs. W. N. Hutt, Chairman of the Health Department of the Woman's Federation of Clubs of North Carolina, will be in Burlington Friday, December the Sth .nil under the auspices of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Friday afternoon at o'clock Mrs. Hutt will talk to the children of the Graded School on School Hygiene. At 3 o'clock at the Baptist church she will address the mothers and teachers on the Moral Problem of the children. Friday evening :i.t 8 o'clock Dr. Delia wnvillc visited Miss' Jj'abc'f Long" several Dfcroi Cairoll will address a moBS meeting sonvme, visa, i IJnpUf.t cnurci: on Municipal days of last week. Miss Lillian Horton is on the sick this week. We tiust she, win soon recover. Mr. E. Long killed four fine hogs last four weighing pounds. Sar.ilalkn all thns3 inlerc-slcd in Civic Improvement arc required to be present. by Dr. Delia Dixon Carrol Miss Haltie Walker of Burlington spent Mrs_ HuU ftt Baptist church Thanksgiving and th." remainder of Ihc j nt g o'clock. Subjecl: week at Mr. L. Ii. Walker's. "Municiapal Sanitation." The object APPLES, APPLES, APPLES. MARRIED. If it is your eyes ihai Dot her you from the pleasure that surrounds you, when at home reading or sewing have them seen to for I will with suitable glass ,vill dvc you comfort in reading and nrk 1 will be at Dr. Morrow'e At the residence of fcimnre- K. .1, ion hist Th.nsda.v, Mi. Robert 8- I X5lf "ml" SCt iST, I-< Eyesight Specialist..-imony, Iwtitiirc Hall otnti.itmg. Mrs. J. W. J.aslcy. time-only. GoocJ Apples at 30 cento jtj, 191 per pei.lt, per bushel. j ____________ Buy your Christmas apples early and avoid the rush. Will Cive special diaries Malone who har, been (jlsH'-'lyiiin pharmacy in OrftenslKi....... .office office, .i all wholcnalfi to all churchct nn church entertainments. Bequic liuiH' until i'c.hmi'.ry, he will 'jo and (ini.-h his couise. Ilia Mes.-u. Allan and tlcilwrt, Gnihnm is ;n civic condition and spent Sunday v.-ith Ihsir uncle, Mr. a. K. to do effective work Jeftrcys. _ Mr. nnd Mrs. i. o back visiicd at K' l-olin'tl FloimoKoberlson, who is teaclnng jherei spent, the ThiinksgivinR holidays at j lier h.'inc in Mr. JO.' Lonir and Miss Mi'.hel spent Friday in Burlington. CARD OF THANKS. wi-h sincci-cly ihnnk the Fire for lhl'ir our propuly from dc by the repc-iit. fire. Spoon Hornnday. of lliH kind. All air, invited lo attend this' meeting lo hear these able speakers. Respectfully, J. H. Freeland, Mayor. CARD OF THANKS FROM MR. KIMF.S. I wish, to extend my iiinrerc' thanks to all who hehied. ;ave my jiroporty in tl.e bud fire 01 last 'Moixh'.y. Especially do we thank Ilia Burlington and Oaham Fire Coinpnnins for the prompt and eff- ective ast'istnnce they rendcri.d. II. G.'Kimp i   

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