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The toUewiag Interacting ud bean
tiful paper an "Ptotercoqoc Spate of
Kntk Carol iM" was rand by one of
the rasanbsr* ot a local book club, and
m ala glad that we an privileged to
reproduce It tor eat reader*. She
“Our owe 'Lambee Itoer* with He
many csrver and overhanging boughs
ibatoeoed with Qnethsrn trail ex, shall
be the very first spot to which 1 shall
call your' sltieHsn John Trrim
McNeill has made it hmmi la hie
deer, sweat songs, with ee much pa
thos and real heart music in them.
Let us cultivate the appreeUtlen ef
I the bsaetifOl that te at ear doer aad
H wiU add to the Joys ef Bto.*
■Oar mountains have bean called
the Swltanlaad ef Aaeerica aad
graadeat view in tha State, 1 guess, la
to be had teat Meant Mitchell. Who
has ever stood and leaked eat ever
the cloudi and aeee the aan-khned
peaks cf moaalaia range and net felt
that this la a grand end besutiful
world we Use iaT”
“Hickory Mat Gap with Ha beeuti
fri falls and deep peoU claim man
1 S»---s.-It a-- *
won noi uiuy ior us dmhIJi out ioc
Ha wonderful bsttocalsac pools. The
pools are perfectly trend. In solid
rook, fillod with dear, limpid water*
end flew freer one to the other and on,
a batting break. taking aa secrete ef
the height from which it eeaMe or tha
depth to which H has bean.”
“1 speak ef two seems. 1 might
apeak of two hundred and have more
to any. Cvecy one baa hie or bar
awn special favorite spat that to more
MppttH&f to Ui own pmli&r iAtft of
“We can boast at lovely Ocean
views riveting nay in tbs States—I
wtH not say in the world. Oar son
coast! abounds in lav sly smashes at
billowy isa-bliss waves, washing soft,
white pebbly beaches with cove* and
sooads that are picturesque and in
viting. T* those who lows neither the
cloud esppod mountains or foam
treated waves, what is more inviting
than the crystal intend takas that
abound la our eastern counties? Labs
Wsoeamaw, with He Indian name al
most as attractive as its crystal wat
ers. Aad White Lake, said to be owe
of the prettiest. Its waters Via vary
para aad tha bettem covered with
white sand, making it possible to see
•ah at-a great depth, aad gtviqg it
the nadieTt bears basaima of tha Adm
an ring whiteness at its waters.”
"The plateau* at am State give us
pastoral scenes at beauty and at
tractiveness. Picture a palatial home,
via# covered pergolas, green lawns,
sloping pastures dotted with mild
ayad Jersey* aad capering bleedsd
horses; a stream at the loot at tha Ull
where violets grow and water bliss
bloouL The boat house nearby with
the little boat ruefciag on tha water.
This will glv* you an Idas of many
pletBWflli koMt in mt fiuti owned
by tha wealthy eitiaaw. This picture
will mwl to many, but oua quite aa
pictures qua, is tho vtao cowered cot
tage, with Its rose garden gad bach
py^»lMrmanjnmbsg tatba hems wgh
wife to great him.”
"But I must does this paper that
■tight tire you if I would lot my loro
at the dear old State load m* on. 1
will doe* With a toast to North Caro
"Bata's to tho load that gars am
Tho daaiaat lead than Is aw earth.
Her towering plans wavs o'er tha frao,
Bsrjaotidag^Mrd* from taw to tiros,
MOW FAB a naUXCIAMT
Mol It Far 1M tea luttatot tf
Ka ■militia Gassaat ha TarftaC
IlMhar aa Interaatlag aaaa hat baaa
hwlum to Baakiaghonv Mag aa
aaar by. H to wad worth publtohteg
beta. Tba rttlitwt to ataaatw-ttoa
^roof eonrtet&qrt' '
T. a Caotogten. Washington St.,
■atetegham, N. ft, tnyw "My «*
portonaa wMi Doan's KUasy Pllla haa
Kmr Met eftttafaftorv. I cm
mo»wJ thorn aa a aarttotos of amrlt far
toteatet, IngamataUoo «t Urn triad*
tor and othar Minay Uaablaa. gar*
ml yaars ago, I was aaaoytd can*
»aMy by ay hath and kUaaya.
tot after taking IWa KMaay Pills,
Boon FACTOBIBB CARVUDi
Mini la i.iaHii and Captar
la* TV* Strife.
Ofew D. B. tom of the city po
lio* face* and Korol Ptlknun Frank
and joined Sheriff Baldwin, and Depo
rtee Brows, Flake and McDonald
Wodneedey afternoon of last week on
a teat for liquor facto rice, and about
I •'dock In lha afternoon discovered
and captured tom real handsome once.
Tb* atUla were located about three
mile# frem Cognac, nee* the Scotland
line in toe northern pert of the coun
ty. On* wee 100 gallon capacity end
one M> gallon. Both were modem
end practically now copper outfit«,
and gar* evidence that they wen dq»
in* “tom* business." They were
fixed up, according ta surroundings,
far coatiauoaa business, end war*
pleated with a view of ecoaoaay In ep
eratfen. Water is seid ta be a vary
great necessity in the manufacture of
the fluid, and at eua of the pUata,
the water from a cool, dear spring
way ep on the hill aide had been piped
to the etUL
Hm find itW wee located and of
aourao very eautioualy appteathed. us
It Is daagvooa to toah the usual
blockade distiller. Whan the eBfeace
were ready ta maha their raid, they
dfecorered that the factory grounds
nobody at home. Hm two Laaxin
burg officers were detailed to iMnbi
at the still and watch for the operat
or*, while the other* mada further
search for the other plant.
Smb after this, and white Officer*
Brown and Smith war* ere ached be
hind a log, a colored man came up to
the still Be canted a shot gun, and
aa ooon a* the opportunity offered
itself, the officer* covered the negro
with their, guns and tdared Mm under
arrest. He declared that he was set
Interested in the still; that ha had
been rabbit hunting and just came by.
To support, his story, he produced a
rabbit which he had in his pocket.
The officers naturally did not take his
word for the matter and continued to
held him. Pretty soon he began to
make them propositions, and finally
proponed that if they would let him
go free that he .would show them
where the other one waa located,
which he did. It eras about a mite
away and proved to be the property
of hie brother-in-law. Uke the first
one, there was no one at herae, but
4a owner, or the snppoeed owner, wm ,
faceted la a? hearty cahta. aidgee
captured, was making or repairing'd
atffl worm r
Both partiM together with the
stills wars carried to KoeUngham.
The officer* found about 1,000 gal
lons of beer and only one Milan of
liquor at both places. At the negro
cabin where one waa captured, they
found a barrel of sugdr, seven bags
of meal, one bag sf malt and an* bag
of rye maul—all of which it la said,
la used extensively in the manufacture
of 4a "Sandhill Daw.”
Belle KOI Proparty.
Fayetteville, H. C, Fab. M<—Tha
deads hart been signed and raeordad
for the formal transfer ad tha cotton
mill proparty at Hope MUla, acnran
mBoa tooth «d FayottorlWo, to tha
newly organ lead “BoeidUh Mill*, In
corporated," a Beaky Mount corpora
tion, from the Baatam MtBa Com
pany. which n few months ago bought
the 'preparty from the Hope MfUa
Manufacturing Company. Organisa
tion of tho Rocky Mount corporation,
its incorporation under thk hnrs of
the and tha aala ad tha eotten
EDEN GEM Cantaloupe Seed Personally Select
ed front all-over-netted Cantaloupe*. All ntjr
need are guaranteed to be a* good as the best
offered for aale anywhere.
Pries 11.00 per pound.
Mall orders solicited,
W. P. HENLEY, John* N. C.
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Pram Pee Baa Advocated
Mr. I.mAar McLaarin aad family
visited relatives In Lnariaburg Sun
Mrs. Josephine Graham spent last
weak at tba home of Mr. J. Bostic,
Last Wednesday a little daughter
amda her advent into tha hom of Dr.
aad Mrs. i. R. Bivens. Congratula
Rev. J. A. McMlUsa la 01 with an
attack of grippe—In fact a relapse
from an attack of tone day* ago. Hi*
little daughter, Louise la also quite
Mr. John Msgphy and/ family, of
Laurinhurg, spent Sunday at tha home
of Mr. W. R. Flatchor.
Mr. Arthur Lewis, the Laorinbnrg
pain tar, is deing some good work In
that Una for Mr. W. R. Parker.
Mr. A. O. Stubbs is anting arrange
manta to manufacture sassafras aU.
Ha has eecored tha right to gat an a as -
ins tost from several farms. Wa
Mr. Lerey Bunch and family, ac
companied by Idas Pearl Stotts, spent
Sunday at Stand's Grove, tha guests
of Mr. aad Mrs. P. H. Livingston*.
Mean*. Thad and Mareaa Modlia
to attend tot funeral of the infant
child af Mr. and Mrs. Ed. ModUn. The
tittle ana, whom the Master has trans
planted into too Garden of Edam, waa
only a few months old.
May Oppom Fa**.
Laxiagton, Fab. M.—Tba Davidson
County Republican Convention today
iaxtraetad their delegates to tba Con
ttudtml convantioo to veto for ex
SberUT P. E. Drawn, of Wilkee, for tbs
nomination for Ceagreaa to oppose
Congressman R. N. Page, and pledged
the sapport of the county to R. H.
Bieukker, of Laxiagton. and H. K.
Seawall, of Oartbsgt, as dalagataa to
the aafloaal convection.
EYER SALIVATED BY CALOMEL?
Calomel ia QetehnUver end Ada l<tee
Dynamite aa Year Liver.
Calomel loses you s day! You know
whet calomel is. It’s mercury; quick
silver. Calomel is dangerous. It
crushes into sour bile Uke dynamite,
cramping and sickening you. Calomel
attacks the bones and should never be
pat into your system.
Whan you fed • bilious, sluggish,
constipated end all knocked oat and
bdieve you need a dose of dangerous
calomel just remember that your
druggist sells for SO cents a large
battle of Dodson’s Liver Tone, which
is entirely vegetable and pleasant to
taka and ia a perfect substitute for
eel end. It is guaranteed to start
your liver without stirring you up ia
aide, and can not salivate.
Don’t take calomel! It makes you
sick the next day; it loaea yea a day's
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight
ens yea tight up and you feel great.
Give it to Mm children because It la
perfectly harmless sad’doesn’t gripe.
DESIRABLE HOUSE and lot oc
Ctouch atraot for Ml* ehaap. Hin
ton Janaoo or W. 8. Dunbar.
FOR' SALE—Botttto* plant M food
condition. Will aell at a kairain
for caoh or axduutzw for lata modal
Ford nutnm .bite in rooi condition.
J. P. Wi«gin. at Erckant* e«>W.
I SELL Daybraak Add Pkoapbata,
Emrantnaa HR par tad Pba*
Good lot of aboata mi|kbu from 60
to 10 pound* for Bala. 8m H. W.
CANTALOUPE CRATES—I . waul
tbit I am
rt*kt' prfco. StaH plae* your or
dor* until fou bnya aam H. W. Me
la ail* ar Evorott Corlnyton.
CABBAGE PLANTS-Any kind you
want. Low prleaa. Plant* dalhr
arod to four door. Tfcoaa or lanra
your ordarn. Oobia Mclntjrra.
Tb* Sufisms Cant has aflbmed
tba W«—t at tba loam court in
tba caaa a< Ward, administrator, tu.
Momfcead Seafood Company. A ass
died after aatiag muliata put up by
tba company and It aras allaged that
b« arai ppiaoood by tba food. Snit was
brought for damages by bis adminia
trator and tba Jury gave *0,000 dam
ages. This the Supreme Court afllma.
TV* PI ad moot DttowteV tap*: Net
•Ofl Tyuoo, aa aped and well-known
colored man who lived Mar town, died
February SO. Ha area rape need to
hav* died an the mh, and an pre
pared for burial, bat V* revived euf
fleieatly to pull a abeet and a quilt
off him, and lived asaia until the n*xt
dap, *o we aro lnfocmad by a tmat
worthy colored man.
Advice To Eeaters
Eat the Best.
Buy it Here.
Come to see us
McLaurin & Shaw
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Saturday the 4th
FOR REAL BARGAINS
Two $1.00 Bottles Blood Purifier,
One $1.00 Box of Fine Soap.
$3.00 worth for only
50c Black Draught Stock Powders
25c Black Draught Stock Powders
Big Bargains on all Rub
ber Goods and
Everington’s Drug Store
THE SAN-TOX STORE