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?} A* the >1— (com shorter there
an«aWn for the dfltoaat of
floes that in to be fiOod by the rotors
to tha oemlac prim-y
ea adtdate fee the General Aiwably,
tWe Way Mr. A. E. 8haw. of Syriac
And too. Mr. W. H. Weethenpaoa
ie Wap uiftd to ante the race for
the Stake Senate.
Let the Sanaa proceed
The news editor of to tsleldi
Hoantnt Ttaaee, the other toy epaeed
a letter .which he inyymid contained
yorieet To hie anryriee, a hatch of
heak notes. «U» hi sale*. tumbled mil
an Ms desk. U Aerrioped that the
eeriospondaot waa also a bank dark,
and tt*a nova tMahaanthnee by wry
Of aryls nation, that the clerk «et the
betters mined, whMk enplane tiea is
eridaatly mpesfloos, far say me per.
boo would knew that MOO in eoe tomy
Weald go astray if it started toward a
•^wwOpawap in. ■ d rfj .
to the midacaf afl thia preachment
made fay Urn pram of North Carolina
to edacato the aatWee to keep thair
twenay sit hamate patronise the haem
Arthur flnith, colored, who brutally
'%I)M kla wife hi Oiahjiluxl ty
ML OMMLAMD DBA Pi
Mn Bad (MB ml Dgli Aboal
the ti*» d Mmb
Mr. Dn^u Baxter risked tot Mb
Gilead last week.
Mias Julia Gthaoa attended tha
Smlth-Ktebardaea wadding tat Ceo
I—y teat week.
Mrs. Bab Bogan and Mrs. J. 0.
Adams, of Dillon, 8. C., visited In Gib
smi tils port wsok.
Mm Colon Stubbs, at Laval H1U.
risked Mrn w F. JLovin during tha
Mr. Jeppir Oibooa, af Basuxtts
vlllo, S. (X, spent savaral days is Gib
son teal waak.
Mr. Clayton Wright Is spending a
few days at km* after owdargolng
an operation for ameadteltls.
Mi. John Maxwell, of Lauriaburg,
was a Gibson visitor Thursday.
A number of tha Laurel BUI fans
attended tba ball game batsman Lau
ral BIB and Gibsoa oaa day teat waak.
Miss Maty Prince Gibson spent tha
week end with Mm Charlie Town
send soar Bwinottavflla.
Mr. J. C. Gardner, of Maoon, Is tbs
grnet af kla brother. Dr. J. M. Gard
Mra. Hector KcMUlaa aad Miss
Sara McMillan, af Laortnburg, X. F.
!)• No. t, warn Gibaon visitors laat
Mr. D, L. Middlaton spent savwral
days with Gibaon friends daring tbs
Mr. Chariia Groeiaad, wbo baa been
IB far several weeks died Sunday
morning at R o’clock.
(The following it*j» wee mi to m
far w Wagrus correspondent leet
weak, bat too lata for eee fa ear last
but It ie good raaiHag though and
*a give it to roe this wesk.—Editor.)
The contests at Ji‘ssistlian mod
recitations ware not only pleasing t»
tares of the snurtainment Friday
avagiag given in the school udtoii<
mn at Spring BID.
Far the nominal sum of one dine
each, a big crowd at frianda and pet
HH wart admitted into the ball,
whore for more than as beer, they sn
Jayed n delightful and varied pro*
gram. These bright, yeaag people
gave evidence of careful and pains
taking training, and moth credit it
dee Miaa McBryde of the meek de
partment especially, for ttM -top
P toe east omain*.
Why not charge a Mall aitmlntan
fee—aay tan ecnti—at our annual
ogawntnc—imrt ea lertair manta T A
little mm coaid ha node tbto way for
tha mr-anpty school nearary and
aat ha rnteeod by the ghmie. Wo do
not half appreciate tha hard, narea
ratkiay work don# by oar faithful
teacher* and If tha harden of ftnasc
in* tha echooia l the piano debt, the
ball outfits, etc.,) could be lifted aver
so little by firing a dime, by all
means Ini ue have the opportunity.
Coed Woman Pmm!
A saint of God has toft us. Batty
Tuesday morning, March M, Mias
Christian Aaa Johnson passed away.
She had been sink for several days
aad Monday sight became suddenly
weaker aad failed rapidly.
Miss Johnson was aa uant of Mrs.
1* A McOeachy sod Messrs. J. A
aad W. D. Johnson. She bad rsaehsd
the ago of 7* years, during the last
10 of which aha had made her heaas
ia St. Paata with Mr. L. A MeGeaehy.
She learee tare aitters Mrs. Cooley
aad Mrs. McLanehlis of Wagraaa. •
During most of hsr hfs she waa a
member of the Spring HQ] Baptist
ehareh near Wagrata, aad hsr. whale
Ufa waa a testimony to tea Spirit ef
tea Christian religion Always
ful aad patient, no aaa seer
to complain. Completely
her eoe purpose Banned to be tek
comfort aad happiness of others. 8f
life waa quiet aad uaaaamaiag and
The funeral services wars nsndactad
hy lav. J. J. Murray at Spaing Hill
d»* Wednesday at sees, aad tea
burial was at the family graveyard
near Wsgnue—St. Paul Messenger.
Prat. Gm Ham.
•"S'— ^ jtag
Prat. N. Gist Goa, of ths CUas
Mission, is bars Mlvntar s ssciss at
Isetiuss on Mission work in CMns,
The lactams in beine delivered ear*
nl«ht at S o’clock st the Methodist
Praf- Cos’s iatismW i xisintsasi
with the sabjoct Weather with Ms
marked ability, makes him a most at
tractive speaker, and thos^who spl
attsndmc these lectures are rotttaf
■tack e«od from them. , , ^;
SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES. ®
SnWAKTSVIZXE TOWNSHIP '
Load to be aoN fceTix**, MONDAT, Tffilst DAT OF
ipideratffaed. Sheriff ef Boot!end Coontr. will cxsoee to
fetlewtoe Lota ef Lead, levied open for_
Maate Acre* Lead Tows Lota
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LEE D. ROBINSON.
Candidate for Ccmgraa*
L. M. BLUB FOB SENATE.
. Ths undersigned eitia.ni of the
County of Scotland will jroo.nt th.
, name of Honorable U M. Blue to rep
resent this Senatorial District in tea
neat State Senate. He has served
with satisfaction and diitinction In
tea House of lmrss tntetivso. /U fa
miliar with legislative proceeding*,
•nd 'we thinkthat fa* wilfimsk# us a
useful and valuable Senator.
March 17th, 1*11.
* Harris Gibson,
A. P. GOisew,
W. r. Periter.
Henry F. Gibeon,
U M. Peals,
B. D. Gibeon.
H. H. McPherson,
D. A. Fata,
BOH MOUSE ^r^JBKPRESKNTA
1 hereby laaouneo njMlf a candi
date far the House of Representatives
from Scotland County, subject to the
notion of tee Democratic Primary.
T. G EVERETT.
BOR BOUSE OF REPRESEXT A.
..I hereby announce myself e candi
date for tee Heeae of Representatives
from Scotland County, subject to tea
action of tha Democratic Primary.
I believe la a Just Taxation. Taxes
Jn Ha last analysis is Just .wfcst tha
law confiscates of your property and
plan and should be just. We most
May the withering hand to a Judicious
'• ; ,A, P. CURRIE.
VOS REPRESENTATIVE IN CON
• ^ GEERS.
I hereby announce to the Desno
craticvoter, of Scotland County that
l am a candidate far tho Democratic
heoiUaaUBn far tho Houoo at Eopro
vua bl Ceirrm from this, the
Coograa&mal District, sou
ths setioa of tho Domocratio
to ho hold on tho &d day of
. . LE* D. ROBINSON.
irott bouse or rbpbbsbnta
. • TkVRS;
- I haraby announca ta tho Demo
cratic Tatars of tho Seventh Congres
sional District that t win ba a candi
date .hi the Democratic primary for
■toba of Om Houoo of Repreaentn
tiraa ta Congress from this dirtrict.
If anwiiaatad and elected, I wiU aaa
toWiy. sad ear or to discharge the dut
Ito cX ths ottos with Adwlty to ths
U. L. SPENCE.
3N» Land owned by the
GREEN POND BRICK CO.,
will be eold at PUBLIC
AUCTION, tp the highest
Udder, at the door of the
Baakof Gibeoa, at 11 o'clock
The lot efataika 513-10
acres non or Ices, and mast
Po? other details, call ea or
i JAS. L. McNAIR
1441, Laariabarg, N. C.
HON. U. L. SPENCE
Of Moore County, Democratic Candi
date for Congress in the Primaries
of the Seventh Congressional
Lika »o many fit the State'* great
est and moat aaceeeafai men. Mr.
Spanea waa bom and reared on .a
farm. He eano from honest and
highly respected stock, kia parents
belonging to the great middle class
constituting so large a percentage of
our bast citimanehip. When he had
received the ordinary public school
education, be was thrown upon hia
owa resources, sad by hit own effort
and industry was able to complete his
education at Oak Ridge Institute. For
awhile be taught in the public schools,
and then became Principal of Bain
Academy in Mecklenburg county,
which morn became, untyr Ms man-,
agement, one of the successful and
popular high scbools of that county.
I Ha resigned Ms position and read taw
at the University of North Carolina.
Ha began the practice of law in Mont
gomery, and ha 1894 moved to Car
thage, la Moon county. Ha became
identified with the beat interests of
this county, and haa been a potent
nod effective factor in its moral and
material advancement, his name and
efforts haring been connected with
every prograsalrs movement and civic
Improvement. He has not sought po
litical preferment, but la every cam
paign he haa given hia time and
means to the service of the party. Ha
is a forceful campaigner, and haa fre
qnantly been called to other count! as
to land them aid whan democracy waa
in danger. Mr. gpimi neaa none of
the tricks of the demagogue, but
malms an hones*, logical and common
■cnee speech; and having back of tt
aR a sincere conviction mad earnest
nees, hia speeches never fail to win
and hold the attention of Ms audi
ences. If nominated, ha will load the
democracy of the Seventh Congres
sional District to sore victory, and
wtO make one of Urn ablest and moat
Conscientious congressmen this State
Th* democrats of this oouaty are
rzmtlflad that they Kara each a bum
aa Heat. U. L. Spence to present to
th# democracy of the Seventh Con
gressional District la this county
th# mmm of Bpaace is synonymous
wtth ban sat, square dealiag, and be
aajcya, as faw maa da, tha my high
sat reapsrt and entire confidence of
tha peapi* *f hie county, whether
f am g crate or rapubtlcana. As a law
yer his eoanaai aad advice is sought
hy a large clientele. He ia easily on*
of the ah loot lawyers to U>* District
Mr. Spence has sorted this district
la the State Senate, aad was regarded
■■■■ '■■■ -'
u one of the strongest men tn the
body. The enthusiasm that hie can
didacy has aroused bare where he ia
»o well known would bo a compliment
to any man, and should be an inspira
tion to the ambitious farmer boys,
who, having begun as he did, arc
striving by their own efforts alone to
rise to places of usefulness in the
world of affairs.—Moore County
U. L. Spence has tossed hie hat in
the ring in the Seventh and is daring
Robinson and Varner and the other
boys to pick it op. He is one of the
fine mew. of. the-district, tew and-hie
candidacy will add to the interest of
a campaign that already promised to
be most exdting,—Charlotte Observ
Ik* Montgotnerian is carrying this
week advertising matter h> the inter
est of both Mr. H. B. Varner and Mr.
U. L. Bpenoo, who are sooting the
Democratic nomination far Congress
from the Seventh district. It is not
ths purpose of this paper to oppose
any of the candidates, but it will have
a choice. We can’t rota for but one
of the number, and that one will be
Mr. 8penee. There are several rea
sons for this: first among them is
that In our opinion Mr. 8peace is sn
abis man, able to measure up to every
requirement of congressional duties;
he cease from the nude and file of our
poopla and knows their needs and
wishes as completely as any man can;
hi* mother was a Montgomery coun
ty »»d be spent a good portion
of his early days in Montgomery. We
naturally feel nearer to him on thb
•ecoumt. Mr. Spence is a very able
lawyer, possessing power among net
and If chosen will maha for the sev
enth district a strong representative.
A representative la tha Interest of
Mr. Spence who visited the northern
oenatlea in this district raporta that
ha feud conditions up that way vary
eneourayln* for Mr. Ipanee. Jadcfaf
from tha reports from other sections
the same rendition* prevail ft look*
Hka Spence for Con free#.—Montrma
Raperta from the southeastern por
tie* of the district aa wall aa front tha
central and northern port!one briar
r*°<! *ew» for Mr. ftpenoe.—Mont