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A MOTHER’S HEART.
Who can MMR tka depth to a
2? awthar* laaat Wka cat mg kaw tar
jtoiagtota. ~Tha wrHmeawm^fQtiij
dnawtodU aad «nrj kdi to
y;:j^^tt^MMMltabhanly contended far
aa HMtandJit' ITi^^afaaS
■nn atat ta proaa tha taniaaaa
to tka defendant aaaj^ Ik
^TatterhehUaaidnbod daeJnd Ida
;■ be we* • hay to pal ikaraatar, Mb
-.iSfrafl Uttia aU ■other want to tka
•tend aadVfcraaoty kda»t that her
I; aaa ett at hoaaa aa tka fatefto ni*ht
tad ttatoa»*toaetaa whaditbeBtoto
w totoaSHWa attorney* ataygto
the procaae to tka aaaa by witbdraw
iay tka pie* to ‘tot «uilty“ aad ea
Urtng one to “yakty.- It waa by
•ay to « na)waba aad chreosk it
he •** let tof with a treat to 80 yaan
la tka State prieoa.
Majrba the mnu 4K» t now
dal the toy had stolen away baa
her leaf and coanhad thia boatibla
dead that Sunday night, hot aha loved
him too good Co oven admit that ho
aright have dan* ao, aad bravely aware
that ha waa at hetaa. Sha wanted
tmaria Asanas Mtaf that officers to
MB* to IIIMt a peculiar acting negro
man. (Mean Brown, Modhn aad Ru
ral Policeman Frank Bmttb ranpood
ed, nnd upon marking tha point of the
(•11 feand that tha party had coenc
op Fairly •tract toward Mata. The
officers parted and look aoparatc
route* took up town. At the raar of
McNair** ran Bull Potkoman
Smith found tha party in question.
He woe to all appearances trying to
tom la the aide of the building. A*
aaaa as tbo officer riathrd fate aad
naught hold of him, tha erased negro
dipped into his parka* aad healed out
e reel raaor with which he aasemsd
« fighting attitude. The offieer had
fllllhh enough to use the butt end
ef hie pistol rather then pulling the
the petaemr, at taaet it peeved enough
far tha time. Before reaching the Jed
with Us prisoner, Mr. Beaith wea join
ed by Officer* Mediin and Brown, and
a boat the thee they earns up, tha
negro derided to ftght
c* Stines* to do until ha
several blow* by
The negro aeu mead bp
mMb< ' . > him in
to a Hie strength
was |l«Mhl and his MapeeMew most
Girl. Win Again.
la another of the ail flaal debates
bald at the graded school .Friday
night, the giria at tha Fnphriaias co
cicty oat argued the hoys at tha Fhflo
walhiaa coctoiy as the naoftion
rtiilnt or Mt tha United States
gtaetiy enlarge Its Kaey,
Savon hoy* tsgiooontsd the nega
tive and an equal number at girii
represented the atauth*.
As tahre ia the debate on this
Flow each side tors boy* and two
giria were iilcrtsl to dabato with
the ones chosen the week previous.
Those chosen wets Miaaas Mary John
sad Mary Fields, Messrs. Edgar
Whitaker and Mm Wailaoa. Th*s#
W« Jeto With tha four selected bs>
tore, namely: Mleeea Tow Stewart
aad Carolyn Pattaroea and Mas*
Edwin Gill and Thomas Neat Fran
those wiB be selected n ton to rep
rcoeot Laurinburg to tha triongldsr
TRY It! SUBSTITUTE FOR
Marta Tear liver Wttheat Mektaf
Tea 8fck aad On Mat BaftraW.
Every druggist is town—yow drog
gtot aai asarybody’s Jmgglsl has no
ticed a great fall teg sdTia the sale ef
tale—i. They all gtvw Jim aatae rea
eea. Dodson’s Liver Tone is taking
"Calaaeel ie danger ana aai people
baser K, while Dodeaat Liver Teae ie
perfectly eafe aai gives better re
ealta," aeid a pwieelawit local dreg
girt. Dodson’s liver Teae U pita
ally gnaw at aad by every drngglet
whe sails It, A lugs botUa easts 10
•sate, aaf U It toSe to give easy re
Hef In every ease of liver rtagghh
aaaa aad constipation, pen have only
te srtt tor year as easy hewh.
Do dess'! liver Teas la a pleasant
pmtljr vifvUblt VHMtfyp
harasses to botk children aad adidta.
Take a' spoonful at
bowels. It doeant gripe or cause ln
eeoveatsaee aU the east day tike vio
lent naloaiel Take a dsee ef ealoaeel
today aad (laeme yss wfB feci
weak, alto aad ataaeelid. Dent low
a day’s wort! Take Dodson’s liver
Teas instead aad feei tote, fall ef
vlgrt aad snsbrttoa—Adv.
* ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS •
* WO*TH SHOES TO 00 AT •
* At J. T. rjiWi Stank Lanai *
* IDS, N. C. •
WINSTON-SALEM HUN Off
WITH* THE FACTS.
TWwtcfct Ha WoaU N«**r to E*Un f
Wal Auk Tw Mn to ta
ke MMa • Mato Mu «f
Him—Wants Otkar. to
“My MftHfa had Wai below stmikl
ard far a loaa tia% Mm result of
stomach kklncy troobli*** explsit'
ed Mm Montgomery, of Winston-Sa
lem, who ta a veined employe at ttfe
Reynolds Tobacco Co.
“My stemarb ema always gaay and
bloated after meals, and my bewsh
were racy hard and scarce. The -a
waa a tour acid condition ta my
•cfa. 1 canid scarcely band ore
cause of peons in my back. Tka
Mae I triad failed ta aid aa
Taniar tumid tka tide, Taalac
me up the hill mud new I feel that
have aa entirely new stomas
more Udaey trouble er gas
ttona, food aa longer soars la
bill a—tom and 1 haven't enjoyed soc£
seond deep k> yaexe.
“Life to worth living now - bo eomi
Hnnoil. "and I feel p-HVftn* *«> TaaJ
too ban added n twm rente te jnbMd
of Tan lac did tt and I
rundown in V—itb.
of Laoriaborg any
at Blurt Drag Store.
for Taalae to
ona dratfU la aacb dty,
nd village. Agenda are want*
ywhere in Scotland cecity, and
appointed at once, Write ft
Orcenaboro, N. C, for nee
I Va. At tbroo table* rook waa
played, at the end of which tor. John
L.'CaMweD carried off the priae. A
•mad coatee, fallowed by cakae and
ooffoa, wan aoreed.~
Thai we have woved our -
* mprket to new quarters,. *
and you «ffl *!■*• nHp
aero— the street from**
Evering ton's Draff.
We cany at all thaw
the Choicest Steaks,
Chops, Boasts, Tod,
, motion, non# iw..'
Sassage, Pish, Oysters,
Everythin!; is kept per*
feetly dean. Every- "
screened and wnltary.
’Phone 156 your orders.
J. LflamOft Co., Props.
• Several of the most Desirable Building Lots in
Laurinburg, located close to the Graded School, will
be sold by the undersigned to the Highest Bidder on
MONDAY, MARCH 6th.
-These lots are worth good money and are rapidly ad
vancing in value every day. They are so located that
they are the most desirable building lots in the whole
of Laurinburg and will be the best kind of invest
ments whether you expect to build right now or later.
They will double in value in a short time. They must
be sold and the highest bidder gets them.
Also two lots in Washington Park.
At the same time and place I will offer for sale the follow
ing property in the State of Oklahoma, to-wit; Lot 3 in block
54; Jots 5 and 8 in block 23; lot 8 in block 27; and lot 12 in block
52 in the town of Arapaho; Lots 5 and 6 in block 4; and lot 7 in
block 4 in the town of Cordell; and lot 4 in block 49 in the town
This February 2nd, 1926.
F. C. McCORMICK, Trustee.
k— - . 11.;—y — •>.
That Thera's • Way Oat
of a case la
iXMaay aflatsata nUmd la Leurin
taw» with Poaa’s KMaay PUls.
1 l. H. Sanford, broksr, Mala St,
XaSrinborg, says: *1 Kara always
fonnd Doan's KMaay PUU Ana for
ifcfcfoay disirdw aad I always haw a
goad ward for thus When my kid
ney* easaa Wa any troaMe a faw doa
'sa ad Dean's KMaay PUU leliars ms.
TkU medicine cannot he baa tan tar
Maine hncfcnehn and 1 can haartOy
v Man Me, at aO dialers. Don't
ttvlf ask tar a kidnay rastady gat
Clan's KMaay PHI*—the same that
at. Sanford hnd. Foatar Mllbwm
.Pa, Fwm Mak, M. Te-d*r.
We will pay you the market
price for all Jopfoch as Scrap
Iron, Automobile, Tires, Inner
Tubes, Copper, Brass, or any
thing in the Juttlto
Keep Your Money
In This Bank
Vaults Are Safer Than Pockets
When your money bin this beak it b safe.
It b at your disposal any time yon want it, and
if in our savings department it b earning yon
more money every day in the year.
When yow money b In your pocket it b.
easy to spend, b soon frittered away, and never
earns you a cent.
Thb b mighty good advice to the young —«»
. or yonng Woman who b just entering upon a
career. It.b the advice that breeds SUCCESS
in later years.
The State Bank
Money Loaned On Farms
I Mki loaf time Inm on Inprorei Fkra »
landa in Hoke and Scotland Cocmtke to rapoi
Write and got my nM and tamo before
No opiBrntioa maotitared fat less Uum
A. T. MEAN, Manager
_ LPMBBBTON, N. C.