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_Vnam No. 87.
T\R. W. T. HERNDON,
LAIW.XBVBO, N. a
OmeoTor Prims* A Blue * Dm* State
Office pfcoue. No. #5; rnaiSmco. No. 7 .
J C. McNEILL,
u' ATTOBNEY AT La,
LAmNDDBO, N. C.
OBle* omr yiaM'a Dm* Store.
T H. COWAN,
KmitUS^thofri flioKfaM Mrrlee
If AXCY L. JOHN.
JU- ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
__ kAOUHlTON, f. a
Office telephone, No. J, reetdmce, Xo. 8.
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W~17 MATTHEWS^ '
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AUKVBIEB KOI! SCOTLAND COUNTY,
IUybbton, *. 0.
All Mila pro la paly attended to.
Vm Mr. Si^i t MUrrl/d Moo?
A at range kto 17 has just come
to light Id connection w ith the life
M the late W. LI. Simmer to he •
bMcheior, but It is a fact* though
kaowu to but few, that be married
u woman in Texas many years
ago. She U now dead also, bat
■he bale a living daughter, like
Connie hint*, a young lady about
8(1 yeera old, who is oak heir of
her father’s estate, which amount
ie between $3,000 ami $i,0O0.
Hef w-lieraalnuts are unknown,
nnd the k not awniu of the fact
thrttn email futtube ie awaiting
her here. *
H k not likely tout the ever
kuew.ony tiling shoot bar father,
ae shews* an infant when lie
aktire home. 80 far ns know?
Mr. Him never told any due
that lie bad left-a-orUeiand child
in Thxaa..but the tectuccideutal
ly found a short tithe before hie
death by hie brother, Mr. J. B.
Blrne, who ie now being effort to
find lik ueice, who k.entitkd< to
his brother’* property.
I'M girl *m one time in Pane,
Texas, attending school, but
left Puxie and went to- Indian
Territory to visit lvlatlves.
Nothing has baan heard of her
slndcr Jt'i* said that "Her father
left Texas on anoonntrof having
killed n man. He owned con
sfcfcrrabl* property in Umeetone
hbtfatyiln^tstgH. *hen be
returned to South Carolina, but
it is hot known whatever became
of It. This story, if true, sounds
stranger than fiction to tits rel
ative* and friends of Hr. Sima
and iryfiotani^Bi^^InQ *41
odrexpeuse. A personal trial of
onr Blood Balm Vbetter than a
thousand printed. testimonial*
ao dou t basitati to. write lor a
free sample... .J. jv.: r
Tk. NW ol *» r»Mrt w
Although the farm keeps the
balance of trade in tbs nation’s
favor, furnishes two-thirds of
our exports, contributes to our
manufacturing supremacy by
providing cheap foo l for our me
chanics. comparatively little has
been done toward educating the
farmer for his work. To be
sure, the Doited Htutes lm dons
more foe him tban any other
country. In 1H62, Congress an.
dowed agricultural collie* to
Umch the sciences relating to
agriculture. In 1867, experi
ment station# were provided for
where research might be mode
into the operatloug of nature.
But cunskleflng the Ameri
cane psyVnore pioney for public
education than any other people
on emih, a comparatively small
proportion of tbs sum is devoted
to stimulating and aiding that
half our population who caiti
rats the soil. The tendency of
of primary education has been
to lead the country youth away
from the farm instead of helping
him in the study of thorn ocienoee
relating tbs production. It
would be politic and patriotic
to incorporate into the farms
youth’s education tome know
ledge that shall bear more di
rectly upou hit future life and
work.—James Wilson, Sec, of
Agriculture, iu the Youth’s Com
A Mwwluw MmdMm*
Wonders never mm A ma
chUM boa been invented that wiL
can paste and hang wall paper
Tl|l fields of inventions and die.
ci)varise seems to be unllmited
Notabia among great 4im»w
tor ton*’-o^Mo«. It has done &
^LalSfor wmfc lungs
- __ _.'tloh. • Iheir gen
srai reidiet is: “it’rthh beet awl
most reliable medicine Ior throat
and 'eng troubles. Every SOo
and ♦1.00 bottle is guaranteed
by nil Druggist*. Trial . bottle
The KMPrnili | PwMsm sf a* Me
(1) To provide schools for all
the children and to bring all the
children into them.
(3) Totnakothe annual school
term long enough to give the
children thorough Inst ruction
in the fundamentals of common
knowledge daring the period of
their school life..
(8) To directly relate the In
struction of the school to the
practical business o! the farm
life end the employment of tea
chers In sympathy In farm life
and the enrichment of the school
coarse by the introduction of
agricultural suhfeute. ..
(4) The improvement of the
material equipment und raviron
msbt 61 the school, by the cbn
soHdatWcL' of email schools, the
impnivemeut of school building
and grounds, and establishment
of school libraries and collets
tione of' materials for frustra
tion. ••. .•«.». . - - •
$1,000400 8LBCTRIC PLANT.
> ▼* Tnnt IW t.
Pitta, ' " 1 ’ ^
Mr. Samuel P. Stowe, super
intendent of roads and bridges
ia this county, is organising a
stock coiujxiny, to be known as
the Bluitt's Fail Kloctrical De
velopment Company, for tbe de
velopment of tbe power at
Blnitt’s fallu, on the Pee Dee
river. The company has not
yet been organised. But a char
ter has beau grunted it, and Mr.
Stowe last evening informed a
reporter that be hod it in such
shape as to gaurantee the sue-,
oeeaful outcome of the enterprise,
iu which it is estimated nearly
$1,000,000 will be inveeted.
The object of tbe company is t$«e
development and transmission
of electric power to tbs towns of
Wadwboro, Rockingham, Ham
let, Lauiinburg, and McColJ and
Benoettsville, S. C.
Tbe site of tbe pfaut will be on
Pee bee river, in Richmond and
A neon counttiee, eight miles
from DoCklngfaatn, 13 miles
from Wadosboro, and three and
one half iuika below tbe bridge
of the Seaboard Air Line Rafl
*4y. It is or. miles from this
dty. Ur. Stowe, who haa been
working up the schema, hae got
ten control of qboat 5,000 mw
of land, lying on the other ride
of tbe river, lor a distance of elx
mike. The dam will be 26Jfiwt
high with a total length of about
1.400 feet. The thickoeaa of
of the dam at the base will
be not kee .than 48 lest
and at the crown or top 15 feat.
It is eetlmatsd that 13,000 horse
lam. for the actfc
to which the
power will be transmitted. T1m
Company will give free sites for
gaurantee them spur lines front
the railroads, and sells them
cheap power independent of coal
condition*, The company hopes
by them and other inducements
to build a flourishing manufao
taring town on the river.
Mr. Stowe said that in - the
near future estimates will betak
en; the organisation perfected,
and details for the construction
begun. Messrs, a W. Tfllstt, J.
1>. McCall and C. H. Dole, of the
Charlotte bar, have been employ
ed to look after the legal busi
ness of the company.
The following are the features
to the >aw which will be advo
cated* by the State Anti-Saloon
League before the next Legis
1. Prohibition of sale or man
ufactory of Intoxicating liquors
out side of moorpraoted towns.
Forbids the safe of liquor in
towns Ism than 500 inhabitants
Forbids the manufacture of liq
uor In towns of 1,000 people or
2. Local option elections in
Incorporated towns or counties
st say time of the year after
thirty days notice upon petition
of one third of tbs voters, not of*
tener than once in two years.
8. In each elect tone the ques
tions of the dispensary or the
saloon or prohibition tb be pa foe
politicos! may request.
i. Prohibition of the impor*
tados of liquor by any means ia
to the prohibition territory. .
5 After'July 1,1908, an ap*
pHesnt lor Uospes lor the mono*
lactate or sale of istoxlathg
Hqoors shall present with bis ap
pUcatiou a petition In his behalf
s%nsd by amajorty ofthsqoaM
8*1 Tptsrs of his neonlsipahty.
Cast Monday Digit., while on
; Mrwij to visit b^r neighbor,
Mis. Mary Over»tift,was sud
denly stricken wHi' apop’exy
and died early Sunjlks morning.
Mis. Overstreet' wsalli daugh
ter of Mr. Dan Uekoih, and
tbe beloved wife of vi'.. James
Ovetstrset. Mis. O+estreet was
a good wile, mother,1 neighbor,
and friend, and her dfxth U in
deed a sad loos, ^husband,
three tone, a .daughter,
and a iaigv circle M rehttiree
and fnenda mourn weir lose.
Tbe remains were llfl to rest
at Red Muff, tfc services
wen conducted by Bee: Mr. Dix
on, of MtOrll Pmbyterian
Church. Mn. Or era met woe<*
devoted member of Smyrna
Presbyterian Cbm ok.
Tbe entertainment, given by
UiM Norman and purple, on tbe
38rd, lor tbe benefit« tbeechool
house woe a rare tract to all.
Tbs program consist*] of instru
mental and ▼ooaWeTMMt' dia
logues and redtatfaps and it
waa a beautiful •uoetfe' A neat
auin waa realised ahl nothing
occurred (within door# to mar
tbe plena oreof the e**iiag.
Wa bad our Mull wiitnu
tree at 8 P. IL Chrlatfeaa even
lng, and all had a ply inn t time.
Order was axoelfeot.';!* Was a
neighborhood tree as wall as a
d. 8. tree. f 1
Christmas aaaaL Xjl Gibson
Station, Ur. Wfllle WhMon and
Miss Laura Hasty ware united
in the bonds o( lpatrfaaocy.
May a long and happy life ha
theire. -v._ 1_
Friday 26th, Mr
of of their friend,
Sand a/ Mrs. Lucy Hasty en
tertaioed a large crowd of rela
tives at dinner—complimentary
to Mr. Dan Johnson, who, dur
ing his year stay wl*V us, has
greatly endeared 4 mseil to
ad Mr. Johnson learee for
Among the visltokw to Hasty,
for Uw holidays are Mies Mary
McColl, from Bsd Springs • Mr.
Tom Hasty, from Opium bos Co.;
Miss Clem, - from Bhutan Co,
Mr. Bob Smith and Miss Annie
Smith, from Masons Cross; Miss
Mary Curtis, from near Max ton;
Luther and Uraore JqnW Mrs.
Ella Chaeau ana ch&dfoi, Irom
near Bed Springs; Mrs. Msp.
Hobbs, of (Jroeasbtoro, Mrs.
Usw and children, of Bed Springs;
Mr. J. D. Msdfin nodi' daughter
Mamie, who hare been quite
Mnk are both cooTalssjlag.
<■ BIBO +00.
ftw I. Jk Into oaa
•UMonrtbilta atian, ted that la
CaWrfc. Haifa Catarrh Ctaatatha m
IrMmnnkaan to to* MU
tloeal tiaaaaa, raqatraa a * natolti.
ter aar aaaa that j> lala to
Addtoaa, F. i CHKKKTftOo .Tatodo,
0. Bald UlteMtoa, 71a V
Hafl'a Patetr MBaara thabwfc.
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A •( VMA* «* N. C
) The first Presbyterian church
of Raeford, N. C., was the scene
of a splendid church wsddhig on
the night of December Uitb,
when one of 8eotlanU County’*
best citisane and sneoeseful far
tners, Mr. D. T. Corrio, wo* faap
pdy married to Mine Katherine
McDuffie, one of Harford’s most
Promptly at the appointed
bour, the handsome new church
"tastefully decorated with palms
and terns, dearly allowing ths
touch of the artist," was filled
to its capacity. Then nt lb*
first soft notes at tbe famous
Msndlesshon’s wadding match,
rendered by ths skillful toneh of
Mrs, J. C. Adams, came the wed
ding party, preceded by the nsb
era, Mm. J. W. McLaacblbi,
John JJcPbail, Will Keith and
W.<n. Me I Audi I in, then Mias
Oisebetli McDuffie, with Mr.
John McDcffie, of Raeford;
Mias Mattie Keith, of Norfolk,
with Mr. J.McN, Patterson, of
Scotland County; Miss Maggie
onus, with Mr. W. T. Walters,
of Raeford, then tbe lovdy
bride with her sister, Miss Har
riet McDnffls, "rouid of honor/'
and tbs happy groom with Mr.
Wallace McLean, hast moo.
Than Rev. L. A. McLunrin, in
hie most happy style and im
pressive manner pronounced
the words that them mao'
After tbe ceremony tbe wed.
ding party returned to tbe home
of tbe bride's parents, Mr. sad
Mr*. D. K McDuffie, where *
splendid sapper era* served, after
which one had the opportunity^
to see the many nice and valua
On Christmas day the ndShy
psMtVirtllfied tor Scotland, where
MnandTIrm! fl. (TUcMIUm, to
keeping with their w*B Irenas
reputation for hoapttalHy, gars
* moat bountiful diuner.
On Christina* night a big
oeption wna given' at the nice new
borne of the groom, where th*
latcb-string already hangs on
ALWMB^a Life MM.
1 ktn a h> word* to mg ncadhw
Oaoibariata’a flosBh Baerdy It aavrd
Nt|MlallaMa|k 1 boagfct a bat.
tlaodlttroa A. C. Btaata ad Uoodwta,
B. !»., mad whom I got hoaw with It tlw
poor baby aoerid hardly Wnotba I
■Malpt am® ba “throw mad tbaa 1
thoaafct aoom that ha warn gulag to
ohoha to daalh. wa had to poll tha
Phlagta oatof kmmmHk ' ■mil Ingj
atriapa ‘ J am paatira that II1 had sot
got that bottla a< aoogfc nadhteq my
boy would aot kava t am m tUa aartb
trnlay.—iom. Danorrr, lawood, lows,
Korailaby rrioca* Maa. brugglate.
tha North Carolina Yoar Nash,
route*, gaady January I, mb,
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