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• - 1(X. A. O. Cum* •*)» that with a
Baknr in the cabinet, Villa vriU look
Vto beaidin* to«M hath within 30
A***. Wah*Jto*c*fciiM». .
In. Willard la to ^iw»We^l.50O
wortciit for • »aca
'fwA* iURa^tot tol
The no* town tor ta'tte Serenth
la not near foil *f tots *«t.
W« wooM rather print a good ni<
mat story, If tamo, than a whole page
abort the Csloml'i Lady or Julia
O'Grady. W« have aa idea we do not
pay enough attention to oar dumb
fnendn; that wo fall to understand
theta; that they are wiser than wo
Ijhiak. So It 1s that when we see a
good story abort a faithfal animal we
always read th aad if wo earn, wo print
it ao that others may enjoy it. Tha
fcUonring about a llano that know his
business; that nadrrstoad system,
eamao from Omaha aad la wall worth
wide: . • - —
“Old Jim, one of the Union Pa
ct he's mast faithfal employee*, kaa
been slated for ritlramant, on pen
sion. Jim la SI yean old aad kaa
bean continuously la the employ mint
of tho Union Pncldc daring tha Inst
ten yean. Urn tutto—suf of Jtsa Is
matnly due to tha fact that tha work
that ha has been doing daring tha
last ten years la tha fUtrtu la going
to bo dona by an aaSaanbOs,
“In tbs past Jim's work has boon
to haul tha Union PucMk mail wag
on between tha hssdgrtrtara build
lag aad the depots. Jtaa knows the
detail, of his duties as well aa his
driver, Ed. Howk, as SvtdrtClJ by
Ms performance tha other afternoon.
Jim's last mail dehvoxy from tha
headquarters building So tbs Union
State weak days la nmde at 6rtt
o'clock in tbs afternoon. At lonot
that la the time when ho and his drtv
sr absold leave tha budding. Friday
afternoon be waa at hie peat of duty
at tho appointed hour to keep bis
date with bis driver. The driver waa
in the bailding and ha was net in a
baity, but Jim waa.
“Ha remained at tho curb until 6:66
o'clock whan ho seam ad to realise
tog Ida egg trick, 1M.
! Tktssdcy. March 21—Hair dye to
vented by tha maa too made tha
phrase, "Never my die!" 1010.
Wednesday, March 22.—Jobs D.
Bockefeller diecovera the dollar mark,
Thursday, March 23—Paper pat*
tains Ami need by Kve ia designing
fig leaf oee tome, B. C., 1000.
Friday, March 84. Basks consum
ers, for os* aa pipes, invented by Sir
Walter Raleigh. 1600.
Saturday. March U.—Grand opera
first gives by Orphean 4 Co, ia the
BBynia* Welds, 1000.
Sanday. March 26—Nathan Hals
arritm a Scenario about hiamlf fee
Moving Pictures, 1780.
Orate a fresh cocoaaut, adding tha
ailk after grating. Knead tato H aa
ranch confectioner’s XXXX sugar as it
wfil taka up. Roll oa sugared board,
1-2 Inch thick. Cut to two pieces,
cover one-half with Andy stewed
dates, lay tha other pordaa aw top*
Pram firmly together sad with a
■harp knife eat to blacks Hks sum*
atoto^ Bat sway to dry tor a few
rUl stoned dates with -11 por
tions at the Orisatal cream briers
ruiliag R. Then retl dates to grano
OU Jakes aa They Didst Originate.
Shakespeare: ‘There are a let ad
pretty chickens on the street today."
Bacon: "Yea, oee of them is'com
Shakespeare: "By the way. what
arakee a chicken cron tha read 7"
Baeoa: This one heppsaa to ha
aty wife and she's coming across to
taka lunch with mu.”
Kafciac Candy App tea «n the Stick.
Sateet atea apples that er* net too
Mount them on thin (ticks;
meat skaweis will da Have them
ready ao that by tba time tbs sirup
te reedy for dipping ao Uae may bt
Sirup. One pound of sugar, earn
half cupful of molasses, oneself eup
? *** <TU*rt*r $—»—
fM of better. Cook until dropped in
eotd water the sirup la bard, or te 900
degress Fahrenheit on the candy ther
mometer. Keep hot while dipping
the apples. Coat ymrengMy.
• •E*4444* dish and thou they will
A reliable oaady thermomater can
ho bought for one dollar. As an in.
vestment K wfll pay for itself time
and time agate. Learn to make f»nT
by Using the thermometer.
Why Water Gargles from a Battle.
Water or any other liquid cannot
Sow from a bottle ho a steady stream
baoaaao until the bottle te empty
thmu te a continuous struggle between
the tmdeuqr of the liquid to fell from
the bottle and tba rushing of tha afr
te get in.
Whan a full battle without a cork
14 turuad,npafcte down there wfll he an
alternate realisation of two opera
tfoa*-the Squid te fellow the attrme
tfcu of gravitation and the air to
obey Ito natural imputes te 111 a void.
tear* u Little Bvery Hay. •
Ode has 9190*00*00 invested in
OsBfmia's 1919 rieo crop is vuhMd
Webraakah 1919 dairy products are
to laid at 949*09*00.
ColMbnteh 1919 dtmu crop wilt
amed 990*90*09 in mine.
OUu. in 1919, produced 4*tt*Sl
bamte of farm out ed Hquosn.
utemibtte output of the Dart
ad Status ter 1914 was 709*90 oars.
Mteu Willie Oh^T aad Mrs. T. Q.
Gtbeen^ars visiting in Chapel Hill and
Dr. K. A. IJrtepaton epent a port at
*• put week to Itrtllw.
Mtoo JoMo Cftooei to rtoittoc frtoodt
et Cuteuir tM. week.
Mr. Lute, of ftptouflto, woo %
>li»w rtotter to OAm tfce put
, Mr. Puatot (Mo» Mtowl m to
M. My htoty.
Mn. 2. L. CUmow urf teuton.
Mitt MOM, vtottod to Haslet Mu.
Mr. iWHn. Cltf Hmawktr. of
■^fcto. tator htooT’ "
Mr. a Wott Wrtffct wo«t to Dor
kut fctontoy «rf«k< U ko wttb kto
‘ ^ CMptu WifgM. wko t
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A mWbi Mary ad alavwy, devo
tion aad lava eras told by Ida PtWknw,
•* Detroit, arbaa aha Wanted that bar
teotiMV, Peter RWkaw, a Detroit High
•ekoel graduate, bad bean arraatad in
New York city attar haring annfaaaoii
to tko robbery of 10 or mow houeaa.
Tha girl dadarod that tha boy's
crimes had not beea committed for
a sweetheart hot for her, aad she in
tend* going to New York in an effort
to win laadcncy from (ha judgo who
will proneunce saatones on tha youth.
“I worked hard and saved every
cent to bring my brother aad sister
to America from Russia five yaaw
ago, nearly starving at times," she
said. “My health failed me, and I
waa finally compelled to go to a ta
barculoaW sanitarium and waa there
alne —As If they will wait until
1 can get to New York and tell them
what he baa done, they won’t send him
to prison. He was desperate for me,
and they couldn’t send him to prison
foe that. Ha didn’t want me to go to
Tha Board ef Ceasmiaalonew of tha
Town of Laurinburg do ordain:
That it shall ha unlawful for say
matala ad any kind, without flwf ap
plying to tha mayor for lleoaaa to do
MhhmbMs is the town of Lanrin
bur*. and Paying tha turn stf twenty -
firs doUan for said license, which li
cense rimUba^maasd and run aa other
Mall be daHeusad, or when tha first
ahaUba delrsured and the hour whan
tha delivery shall be completed, which
meord shall ha kept is a book per
mansatiy bound and preserved care
Mly and kept open to Inspection of
tha mayor and police of the town at
fit bivinm hoars. Any ponon vio
UtiafthU otrdin&nco ihollho gnilty
ft a mlodmoom>r and fined fifty do£
No Junk bought by any dealer In
Junk Mall be commingled with the
general stock ef aald dealer to aa to
bae ite ldnntity entirely, within 1ms
than tan days after tha tame shall
hart been purchased and no junl
pwetamd by any dealer la junk who
maintains n place of baainaaa in said
town shall ship or remove from the
eialia ead identify any such Junk aa
hit own, and state that same was
stalan ftroea him it shell be lawful for
same to be delivered to the true own
■?> PWJWM <* any member of
” which the purchases are kept.
„,*}• HP°a shall purehaae Junk,
wfchou* Hconee to carry on such heal
ffi-yeiB first x
g^tartar ire km
to the purrhaecr thereof until the
mi* lma hew inspected by the Chief
Sf *•*•*•»**• person acting far
tog the taaaoenl ef same.
demise nr and flnad fifty dollar*. -
•tbN or^ltoaJit shall be unlawful to
of tha hdl capJTof th* scrri£?ta3
tetany automobile or automobile
duvpenojljrMuting tMe ordinance
*all be fined live dollar* for each day
tha an am ahaH bo vloUted. ^
.*•«- In eu* at on alarm ef fire to
which the fire fighting truck ef the
town la bring buZrted. It shall be ■?
lewfal for any vehicle at aay kind
to to driven to front of the said truck
tr to bom around enid track while
veyaace to ftont uf tto said track
rided iUfttoSLSlEft ST.
Peering ahall to no
Vey^hlndac the eperatien of the fire
How To Choose
Your Drug Store
Select your drug store «ith the care (lint you n Vet
Uh'Hiae that drug store that puts ev*rv *rar faction be
tween 1 tacit and ii* customer* on a SERVICE basis.
rn.uu^-Vttarr thMt *mv* m,Hr# •“•"Hw >0
making a CUSTOMER than to making a Mate
Trade at the drug store where you can h** SURE that
you are getting the moat and the BEST for y,.ur uiuuey.
Trade at the drug store where you can ‘feel at home.’’
ft here you can feel at liberty to make us" of all the r»*
•oureea a REAL drug store PECULIARLY baa for your
help, convenience and accommodations.
It it this kind of a drug store that we taka prida in
running. You know a drug atore ia different from a
grocery atore, a hardware store or any other kind of a
XXtfS2r&%£!i.b* c"*'u“,• eo"~u'
. . to the people of this community that
?*T?1.at,*d “? two eiegaat comfortable rest rooms in
our building, and we cordially invite you to bring your
i^d'*berewhen you are ahooplng. leave them vrfthui.
,Yw? w«e your own and feel Juat
you^comfort ** ^°m*' *r* P^^eulwly for you and
Everington’s Drug Store
THE SAN-TOX STORE
“The Quality Hardware Shop.”
If it’s Hardware, see us. Any
thing in the Hardware line. If
we haven’t got it, we can get it
“The Quality Hardware Shop.”
THE UN (VERSA! CAM
The largest oboe factory in Hie country makes
lets than one-fortieth of the entire shoe output,
bat the Ford Motor Company builds half of all the
automobiles made la America. This volume |e
nscsaaary to supply tbs demands of people who
are looking for economy at a low cost Oct yours
today 1 Runabouts *380; Tourinr Car 1440; Coupe
let |W0; Town Car $640; Sedan $740. All prices f.
o. b. Detroit On sale at
Mercantile ft Machine Company
Laurel Hill, N. C.