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M aNtFa I pi Japp, ■'
te wmw mat last Sunday oue
of our numerous “Bltad Tests’
louadU* way Ho or near the
boon* above town occupied by
oue Murttn Kriley, oolomi, and
there dealt out Ur warn in «ulti.
meat quuoUtie* to w> eftert tlw
Duaucoda darkles their assem
bled, that they finally decided to
yneiee bit aho^elSbe eye, aad
Ber’aeaaBaot fined See doBaiu
aad tbs costs; Home Kevettsand
Jam** Wade bound over to
court on a charge o! forcible
itgep-e; Baas itevelis abot la,
mam hr Martin Kelley; oae
of Mr. Bland's homes deed, aad
KHley £bund over t© coijrt.on a
charge of assaulting Rome Rev
die with a deadly weapon.
From the amount of damage
done one would conclude that
Mertia bad hie gun "loaded for
It emep that a certain eat of
darkMermeet about in several
placee areoad town and gamble,
and buy, drink and eell mean
corn liquor every Bunder, aad
tUe la proWbitloa, anti-jug law
JM.U MCM4m.AUMr. I
Ok Friday, the 23rd, the cor
ner scone oi the MeOoll Graded
School will 1m laid.. We learn
thnv wRl la the u»unl Mneonic
cimmiouiw—flunked by Mari
boro honpitolity. lHnner will be
served on the ground* of the ki.
H church. Next to it* church**,
w* coBidder tbi* graded achool
the beet thing that ha* ever
come to McColl.
Irving, the infant child of Mr.
and Mre. Wm. York, Jr., ia quite
Mr*. Harriet Watson is quite
Mias Mary Thompson returned
to the Southern Presbyterian
College * Conservatory of Music
last week. We are told that
about 33 pupils Could not be re
ceived because of insufficient
room. We could wish that
Scotland county bad another
Mark Morgan, it i« such a pity
for tttla .exroFent institution
to be thus crippled in itsgrowth.
We think the teaperence ad
dress to anr Band of Hope by
Mr Hector MeLeou tbe best ww
have had. It was sot . the su
perior tagie, nor tboriegant era
lory, bat tbe temperance ques
tion as tbo lUbio views it The
earneat ehnpiietty made H easy
lor the youngest children. We
were especially glad of this as
our Hasty Band of Hope has In
training some of Scotland coun
ty's future clt teens. The appeal
to the moderate drinker (the
boos of any community, since he
makes drinking' so respetable)
was sincere and fervent. Mr.
! Feels followed Mr. McLean ia aa
excellent talk—bis Illustrations
wwreajl drawn from real Hie,
Mine Hannle Tort preaided at
the organ. A neat eoBactioa
wan taken up- this will be need
satire!? ia ptucfaasing literature
lor the society.
• The fearital wind storm of last
week seriously impeded travel for
several days. Rev. A. N. Fergu
son could not fill hie appoint
ment at Midway.
Tbe South ought to get rich.
It baa, in its cotton crop, the
greatest monopoly on earth.—
ree JJee Advocate. ‘
Ttaa cfcdiaboor &ui <-( Tueatlnj’
“Tha QraadfatiMr mountain
ta Wwtorn North CUruHan «u
covond with aoow last Hatnr
AIpwMM tank* kiikHin k>
wNbafaaaaaiWlo «*• taR aiM vi
aiOHTOv-B. IfaK. H. TkrmU
OAhmc, D. OkaakbvT?, WQktaaoe,
u.im aXAuita, ik a. u«y
*. W. JIUWiR.
1VOI. J. y. WALTKHU.
With a iuU («):ltT and greater
number of etudent* than ever,
the Soother* Pr—byteriau CoU
hge and Coueerrator.Y ot Music
on Wednesday entered upon ifee
work for another year. Since
last Saturday the boarding pu
pil* have been arriving oa every
train, and Monday and Tuesday
extra pa—eegvr coach— and
oare era— added to prevent over
Vtul VwM Kim.
I «M «raatly worrkd with ah ilk lor
ywaiw aatO about loor yaora ago wbw I
taah aoaahtnl hotUr of Dr JCtaf'a Chfll
Took, and 1 bava aol had u ah 01 aiaw.
Nad had la taka' aad alwayi no aaw
-Mpar KQa. at rtotaaf W. S. Olbaoo A
OBh Olbaoa K, C. and oN aadteioa daal
Ittsamaat aaaoaabaaa to han at
haad iwilabla rtaudba far aw la aw ol
aarfdaat aad far Might lafartw aad aU
waata. A good Haboaat aad oaa that
hbat a-'-g - *-r*—tTimahnaw
hold aawadty m ChaaiWriab'a Paia
Balw. By applyiag It proaiptly la a
rot,tnlaa or bara It aUaya tba pata
■*d raa««i tholojary to bool la aboot
oai tbbd tha txmm oaoalty laqoiwd. aad
It b aa aatbipllu || prrrmta any daa
■tr of Mood pebabh Whoa Pata
btapdathaad a ■Praia may bo
baobd badoiw lnOamatloa aata la,
wabb laaaiaa a qabh nwovaty. For
oabby Dr. Gao. U. Krrrtagton ao*d lha.
Prtaca A Ida*
Iii Mew York State Convention
ywterday Judge D. C. Herrick
wae nominated for Oovurnor. It
b said Judge Herrick belonged
to the Cleveland (action, bet
supported die Bryan ticket.
'Timnu" m U* mum ImpltM.
I* Mad hg avary oaotW wiaa,
T^atey eoevaWoa W«t aoa*a oo
Tar Kum, T«|% and Urn atak,
lrriMW» atMMwIi at aMWiett. Mrtblng
ageek hmMogaft **Tk—a" OWh
laglMwCarg. It Aida MpiatlBe aad
■«KnlatM tkm Bow*la.
Ykdi kaA NmmT
Everything b in the name
when it comee to Witch Head
Salve. RC. DeWItt * Co. of
Chicago, discovered some year*
ago how to make a ealve from
Witch Heed that b u epecMIc for
I‘flre. For blind, bbeduig, itch*
ing and protrading Pike* enema
enu, burn*, bruiae* and all akin
diaeaeewbe Witt'sHalvebae no
rfjual. Thb baa givuu rise to
unmet-on* worth baa counterfeit*.
A*kfpr DeWitt’*—the genuine
Sold by W. i^ FVWa
Chairman Thomas Taggart,
of the Democratic National
oommittee, spent last week In
Indiana and after sizing up
things in that State, insists that
itvill go Democratic. * He also
believes that several of the
Western States which generally
glre a Itepnblioan majority, will
give Parker a majority in Nov.
Alette Day teeter.
Ihaie mU most elite ehH toatra
■ate. bsteaa trsthfaMy tty teat (ten
an aoae that eln the ntiaraeUoa teat
year Dr. Ktag'e Iiaprond ChfU TMIe
dm, It always aw tetore ear bot
tle Is takaa. Meawatel aw these tnaaa
■taate i. C. Haaaxa, Corlaytaa, N C.
»oM by WOtteoa ft Co., Hltaoe. NQ
klr. D. F. Webster, and family,
3f (JriMa Fla., visited relatives
in the vicinity of Hasty, and re
tamed home Saturday.
Mr. A. McKay, of Floral Coi
age, was here todaj
. Take notice that I .will be
kt the following place*, and
Sate*, and will uk yoa to
nwi roe promptly and eet
tf* yoor taxer
CHbeon, Oct. 6th.
Sfirin* iilll. Oct. 7th.
Lanrtabarg, Out. 8th.
Old Handled. Oct. tOtli.
Luarwt UHl Chureti, Oct.
Conclave, Oct 19th.
A. M. McKinnon’• rttore, 1
Hoety, Oct. 14th.
t aortabitrg, Oct. 16th. i
John* Mtathm, Oct. 17th. i
T. L McNair’* Utorv, f)ct
W. II. Mcl.AKlUh, .
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Mtoe Bailie McDougitll, onr Milliner, has just retume.1 front the
Northern Markets where she scoured
The Prettiest Line of Fall and Winter Hats
Ever Displayed in Lanrinburg,
Mrs. T. W. Parker.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Thin space belongs to
next door to Kidds’ Drug
WEND DS TODD EUSS
Willi WE TEU YOU Of SOME OF THE MARY NICE THINCS WE RAVE IR
STICK AND AMV1NQ FIERI EVEIY DAY.
We are the largest handlers of FANCY aROCERirnln
this section and are therefore enabled to supply you at
all times with FRESH ATTRACTIVE QOQDB and we
make our prices as low as consistent with quality.
PEAKES* DAIRY WITTER,
fUU CREAM CREESE,
JOHN P. SQUIRE'S LARO,
TOTAL A PRIDE IF RANDOLPR FLOUR,
QAROUHA A KIRORAM'S REUABU RAM,
DRIED REEF RAMS
W« ar* Qnvnt» for
QUEEN QUALITY & DOUGLAS SHOES
and that oar stock of PhlTtOt WTotAons..
Yon an cordially invited to visit our store when la town
and asson yow of polite service "
Boole whether yon bnv or not.