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Burlington News, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1923, Burlington, North Carolina a THE BURLINGTON NEWS Devoted to Upbuilding Alamance County and to the Best Interests of Our People. Vol. No. 40 Burlington, N. C., F.iday, February 9, 1923. No. 83 TURKEY EXTENDS TIME ON HER ALLIED ULTIMATUM MFIML is STILL ''i MB ILL M FRENCH CRUISER ON W TO FORBIDDEN ZG. French Indicated They Would Follow British Example of Deliberate Defiance. Dusseldorf, .Feb. death penalty will bo inflicted on Germans The Elon College drive is driving along1 enthusiastically. The work is I delayed by the disagreeable weather j which keeps the workers from gct- j ling out ami will delay the linal re- ports. Instead of ending the drive tonight the work will be continued this week. Over has he.2ii reported up caught tampering with railroad j [0 (his time. Forty thousand dollars LIFE COAST! ON STET Danville, Feb. first The conference held at Graham on fatality resulting from Ihe Saturday night between tho.se fall was recorded here at 8 o'clock SOLDIERS FIND THEIR PAY DOES NOT GO FAR last night when Doyle ttrown, 17- year-old high school boy, son of C. L, Brown, was killed while sleigh riding1. His neck was broken. The tragic accident was an unusual one. interested in school legislation Alamance county, and Air. E. S.-, Parker, our representative in the legislature, was attended by quite a number of interested persons. Three state-wide bills have been introduced in the legislature and it long1 Ridge street incline from Main street while another youth, whose name has not been yet determined, ccuiipmMit or signal box; or for oth- t
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