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4 Austin Dunataa. M ynara old, >
nagra who had bon employed of tho
9teU eapitol for 40 yean aa a porter
aad who waa widely known through
out North Carolina, died at »»*-*»*■
Friday of pwanmusU. HU wife U ill
with the oame dieeoie aad be not ex
pert ad to taco ear.
Commutation advocakef aad pra
taota againet eoemsatatlon for Mra.
Ida Ball Warren, who with Samuel
Christy, U sentenced to death far the
murder in November, 1914, of G. J.
Warren, are reaching Governor Craig
Arum various parts of tha State.
While tha communications thus (nr
hare bean few it U 'understood num
erous petitions, setting for commute -
tlon, will be Alad shortly. Tha Fad
oration of Clubs, of Muncie, lad., baa
formally Alad a plea far commutation,
and the concluding paragraph af tha
commnnloatkm calls attention of tha
Governor to tha fact that Urn latter
waa written on tha birthday aaniver
sary of Abraham Lincoln, "the great
enaaadpator." The communication
plead* for Mrs. Warren in behalf of
Despite Ua oft-ropes ted declara
tion U»*t be wa* oat of politics, J.
Warood Ops of High Point la reeeiv
L Ug mnaaagas orglng him to baooma
■fa candidate for the Republican aomi
™ nation for Gorenor.
/ The CibeoB drag store at Caaeoed
waa found guilty of eelliag grain al
aohol mixed with ginger as a berer
age and not as a medicine, and inad
•800. Notice of appeal was given.
James N. Reece, en aged white man
of WUmIngtoa, was placed la Jail
raeantly charged with heating hi*
aged wife almost to death. His ex
cuse for him act waa that she threw
cold water en him.
State Treaaarer Lacy received a
check last week for flAUJH inheri
tance tax from the Florence P. Tock
•*■ »tata. The 8UU sued for the col
lection of these taxes and wen tta
Hickory la to have a cigar factory
■•on. The Flagler-Genxales Cigar
Company will open n factory oa
March 1 to manufacture high grade
hand-made Havana dgare.
Bay Scott, a member of one of the
crows working with a night shifting
engine in the Pomona yards of tbs
Southern Railway company, at
Greensboro was Instantly killed
Thursday morning at about 8:80
o'clock when he lost his balance and
fell from the top ef a freight ear, his
hand striking tone hard obstacle,
mahahlY * croastis. and ernahine the
rakull. No on* witnessed the accident.
bat trainmen snppose that ha fait
while reaching over for the brake
wheel of the ear.
The abstract of tb* condition of the
national- banka of North Carol me at
tha door of business on December 31
a* reported to comptroller of the cur
rmicy shows the reserve held at 20.06
per cent, loans and discounts $46,275,
676; gold coin $386,272; lawful money
nserva $2,222.081 and deposits $22,
Thursday morning the boiler of the
saw min of Geo. McKee at Dublin
blew op, lulUng almost instantly
Chartie McCall, a colored fireman and
slightly wounding Mr. McKaa. The
boiler and angina was a total wreck.
In Haywood oounty Superior coart
Mr*. Fans McMahan entered a pica
guilty of sianslaughter1 for the
tilling of her husband last August
Judgu Long asatoncsd bar to torse
yuan in tha State psat tertiary. She
waa triad for first dsgrae murder but
to* Jury could not agree and than to*
compromise was offered. Mrs. Me
Mahnn to 86 yean old and has had
■to hwebomto^ three of than dying un
Lealie M. Shaw, af Iowa, Secretary
of the Treasury under Roosevelt and
known to many North Carolina pao
pla, was in North Carolina recently.
Ha predicts that within sis months
rfftor tha class of tha European war
sows eae of tb* European nations will
Kara attacked us.
Senator Orsrmsn baa introduced »l
b4Q for the establishment of aa avia,
tion and training school on tha roast
of North Carolina. The bill aothor
l*a» the Secretary of the Navy to re
eaive by donation or porchaac a auit
able atta, and appropriates *000.000
tor tha erection of' the neeeeeary
After ferociously attacking and
petfcipa fatally, injuring Joseph Mc
lawborn, on* of tha two guards, with
h pick axe, a negro member of a coo
vM road force five nsilaa from Creezj
vDto lata Wednesday aataad hla vie
tta*a rifle aad fired aavaral ineffect
ive shot* at the second guard in
shaqya, whoaa gun fatted when ha
tried to return the fire, and tha rc
aailaat aad ala <
report of Aa
af Charlotte. Tha papototton of Gher
Mto at the aaaaua of 1*1* waa S4^M4,
m« H to aettoaatad that It waa M^OO
eh My 1,1*14.
Personally Conducted Toon
FEBRUARY AND MARCH
Attractive Winter Trips
Touts of 18, IB, 20. 80and 8S days
All Expense* Included
(180.00 sad up
Write for Booklet .
Tourist Agents Seaboard Air Line
Raleigh, N. C.
SECOND HAND AUTOS
We wi^b to announce to the
public that we are in the
market to buy anything you
have in the way of second
’Phone or call in to see ua.
THE YELLOW 8TORE
Laurinborg, N. C. .
. ’Phone No. 149.
NOTICE or SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Ida UMmt, Plaintiff,
Marvin Uriwr, Defendant.
The defendant above named will
taka notice that an action entitled aa
above baa been commented in the Su
perior Court of Scotland C$nnty, for
the purpose of obtaining an absolute
divorce by the plaintiff from the de
fendant; and the said defendant wfli
further take notice that ha is required
ii ippui mmavwpMMip
Court of Mid county te be bold ou tho
flnt Monday after the Ant Monday
in March. 1916. it being the IStfa dey
of Mareh, 1916, at the oourt homo at
Mid County in La aria burs, N. C, and
answer or demur to the complaint in
the eeid action, or the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
manded in the Mid complaint.
C. D. MeCORMICK,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Thia the 2nd day of February, 1916.
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO
Nofcth Carolina, the'undtrrijncd"b«*el
br giTM notice to aU neraeaa holding
dalrnei against the aaidaatate to pre
sent them, duly vsrHtod far peymsut
13 the uad err > in*ed at her home in
AU persons indebted to laid estate
wiU please make immediate payment.
This 10th day of Fstaruarr, folk
mr& bessie & wiLEnSfemT
<* Rotate of 6. D.
NUTKas OF EXECUTRIX
ifoTM. tetwd, late 5f Scotland
Conrity. North Caroline, tUa Is to
notify all persoaa having . ri.1^
Mpalnat the oteato of said Mark Mar.
gan to aaMMt than to tha trader
„ . Executrix of Mark Morgan.
• Walter H. Neal, Attorney.
££ ^ETEJ tWr cUh»» *> »•
will to Blowfe? hi b« of tMr rooor
niont U no.
MOmiOm AAUB' OF MNBl
•. ■ *.T3
• ’ N
of »U««talSd1fT ST?
| MidMltmi jM to TO
door k uarium. N. C., at 13
o’clock, Noon, Offor for solo at public
•uetioo, to tha Kigboot bidder for
eaah, that certain tract or parcel of
aertbod aa follows:
•AS KVja 3 JSH.’SSft
old Him chum th* Uo* at tha Lanch
land and rant with tha line at th*
Loarii land reversed north 41 1-2 *aat,
V.10 chain* to a atak* near a black
«un»P on th* wart aid* of tha road;
thane* worth 47 14 wart 14.70 ehalna
to a rtak* by a pin* in an old road;
tboace aonliv 41 14 waat 4 chains to
a reaka; thane* earth 41 14 waat 11
chain* to a ahbrt leaf pin* in a email
branch; thane* down th* various
fT*”** 2 **• °* »*id branch to
tho ran of Long Broach; thaoeo down
th* na at Long Branch to tha divid
ing comar between tha Laaeh laad
and tha Me Baa land*; thane* with a
line of the Loach land south 1 14
cart 4.60 chains to a atak* by a black
inch, tha Laach earner; thane* with
tha next lino of th* Laach lead ra
vnrmad north 41 14 east MM chain*
to th* beginning, containing 44 scran
HU88ELL A weatherhS5§WT’
MOBTGACER'S SALE OP LAND.
-Under and by virtu* of tba power
of aal* contained in a certain raoct
■an deed executed ea tha Mth day
of September. Ill*, fay Andrew Vam
gl« wife, Mary VatepU, to John
f. McNair, which mid mortyuau deed
ia recorded in the office of thejteylat
«■ Pf Deed* of Scotland County to
Book No. S at pace 446. default W7
tof bean made in tha paymeat of tha
note* recited la and eeeuxud by aaB
mertffaff* deed, the aaderuiffned nut
ffaffm, will, on Saturday tha 19th day
of March, 1919. at tha court-bourn
door In Laurintnnw, - N. C.. at IS
o'clock Noon, offer Tor aal* at pubUM
auction, to the hiffhairt bidder for rath/
that certain tract or pa real of tod
Baffinnla* at a (take near a black
■tump a comer of tha tract conveyed
to Hall A MePhatter and rune north
41 1-* aa«f SI.75 chains to a black
jack to Walter Le*taor*a line: tbeoeu
PUBLICATION OP SUMMONS.
In Urn Superior Court, Before the
Will Roam!!, Fannie Hides and bar
John RuaoeTl and James Tin mall
_ NOTICE OP SUMMONS. *
Tho defendant* above-Tf will
take notice that an action an titled an
above has been rniaiaaan ail before the
oonveyed by the Interstate Land Com
pany to 2. R. Roaaell, deceaaed, by
£3<UUd November ’tt. mT’aS
iddeh lot i» row owned by the plaint
iff* and dafa-dasta aa teonanta in
eammon and helm at law of K. R.
Snm»ll; a«d the aaidI defendanta wffl
tetter taka notice that they am m
m.md to appear before the Clark of
tho Superior Court of Scotland Coua
**.*■*“• k* the court-house. It
Lidrinburw, N. CL an the 2JRh day of
Mara, 1618. at 2 o'clock P. M., and
aaswer or demur to the petition or
con*plaint of the , plaintiff*, or the
Thto 12th day of February, 161S.
* ' .. / ' v .'. .its
pa ^ ^ .
We have just received another big
shipment of fine young mules. Big lot
to select from.
Prices and Terms Reasonable.
We sell the kind of Mules the far*
mers of this section need and want*
Come now and get your stock
farming time will soon be here.
It will pay you to look this lot '
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■ • • .* ; * <»•' • *t‘ ’■ v1.t« ■*.*,
Several of the roost Desirable Building Lots in
-nurinburg, located close to the Graded School, will
be sold by the undersigned to the Highest «*ifT on
MONDAY, MARCH 6th.
These lots are worth good money and are rapidly ad
vancing in value every day. They are so LiwiM 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.
Th^r will double in value in a short time. They mast
be sold and the highest bidder gets them.
Also two lots in Washington Park.
At the same time and place I mil offer for sale the follow
ing property in the State of Oklahoma, to-wit; Lot 3 in block
54; lots 5 and 8 in block 23; lot 8 in block27;and lot 12in block
52 in 4|ie 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 Mock 49 in the town
of Keota. i
This February 2nd, 1916.
P. C. McCORMICK, Trustee.