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Batter la the Emancipation a—I
'if.»•»!•*»-rf the Ouhto world tha
«a» day <& all tha year, next to tba
advent that to tba moat glorious aad
warthy af dual remembrance. It
Mags with It ^ new bapdiatlnu' of
foitti la God and of perfect aaaaraaeo
fa Hia love far tba cbBdran of men.
Every n tiltog bad aad apceutiag
loaf ramlada aa that tba Ufa which
eeaquero death in aatare’i realm haa
5* Its paraDal la tha Besarreetion—that
gnat central fact of Chrietianfty—la
which wa have the HWBuea of opr
' apblliml toMtortha. Chriat la us
heeomaa the vilallelag force which
lllti ae from the darkness at aha sad
death Into Ugbt and Uh onrlasting.
TMa old world of sera needs mart
Barter cheer. It aeada to realise that
tba rises Christ aad tbo empty tomb
have for tba whale rasa a grander
aad higher significance than any otto
er avast atom time bags* It aeada
to gmap the toaperiahella truth that,
whan the Son af Gad bant tba ban
af death and tba grave. He revealed
the way of Jttfe eternal te all who se
eapt Bat aad follow haa footings
Hb nanmettoa was tba Ihrlaa pledge
af ear awn. aad tbd soul that reati
tip aw Bat haa pfnaady risen tram tha
daadaaea of ala aad- began the Ufa
War ta Bad Jim* 17.
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(Vtem Odum md fhon)
IW what Ik u worth the Mtewtaw
etory turn TV* Financial News at
Imdn la printed ten*:
U tit* Mter telf at tee* yaar-ac
edited ew hie teak manager with to
«dPd to certain dtefuiUlim* of hit
telanc* preparatory to hit departure
for the front.
“Tea wont bo away long." told the
“How do you know?” mu the re
Tea will bo boric la quite a ehort
Urn* we and lit h> the tend.”
When the eOeer actually returned,
with o wounded hood, aad in a abort
time, ho woe panted. However, hi*
weoad healed, aad be waa off again.
H« win* T» Md “Good bye" ltdn
“Anymore prophecies add hi
*Tn will ha away longer thka tea
replied the manager. *ajsd then m
wUl ba rather badly wounded la tba
Whan tba afiear wma wouadsd hi
tba la* and came homo, ha sought
tba list chance to Interview his far
seeing friend at tba bank.
-As you can foretoll my wounds,
can’t you give ms the data ad the
end ef tha war?" ba asked.
Tba war will sod,” said tha auaa
ter, -oa June IT next But 1 shan’t
lire to wttnaaa K. 1 shall just about
sea New Year's Buy, and that’s alL*
■a died oa January 2- Tba idbssr
la now looking forward with axtrnor
dinary interest to Jane 17—Kx. .
SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES. J
8TKW ARTSVILLE TOWNSHIP
. Land to ho odd for Ttm, MONDAY, THE lot DAY OP MAY, 1*1*. tha
imdereigned, Sheriff of 8eetlaad Coonty, will nun to public mle the
I foil owing Lota of lari, WrM upon Cor Tun duo on same:
! Naaae Aeroa Land Town Lota Yanra Tax Daa
1J chr. Doaroa 97 1918 33244
Mra. J. M. Cooper 84 1914-18 9997 •
ife Patanaen M 1914-18 1499
I Jaae Belt 1 1914-18 MS* i '
■Charlotte McBryde .1 X918 * 199
SaaSy Oapel 94 1918 1094 £•'
Bah MeEachla 1 1914-16 , IMS ?
Dudley McEaehin 96 1014-16 1690
RMMpa ■ '1 1016 . 1.00
Oee. OAeoa 1 1914-16 990
Tam Gtkhrlst 1 1016 496
Ma GUckrlit 1 1916 490
Ja« HaH 1 1916 497
Carolina Johnson 1 1016 697
Jte McKay 1 1916 490
Tom Leach 1 1916 0.79
Phay l9Mk l ui6 199 *
Jolly Liulc 1 1914-16 1094
Cary Magtenn 1 1916 996
Rob Monroe 19 1616 997
J. W. McNeill 1-9 1916 L19
Jka Roberson 1 1914-16 891
iNfeh Rop«r 1 1918 699
Raahay Roper 1 1916 997
It R- Ramell Batata 1 1916 6.19
Harriott Simms Batata 12 1-2 1916 299
Artemas Stewart 1 1916 994
Faltoa Sturdivant 1 19X6 497r
Kriam Pairly 1 1616 698
B4 White 1 1916 697
A. L. Lane 97 1-9 1914-16 1706
LAUREL HI LLTOWN8H1P
B. B. Cahoon 926 1914-16 T7A1
Chan. F. GrURn 62 “ apy
Elijah Hart SO " 14.72
Toot. Covington 106 1916 ’ it ns i
Jim Fairly 66 1916 690
J. C. Fairisy A Wife S 1014-16 690- -
Baaaaa Gillespie 9T lots yi- I
eu him. , .. 76 -*mr ' •8J0'^
9m 1pm* ioo • 101s 997
Andrew Morrison 69 1916 6.76 '
LoIUe MeNefll 6 1916 198
Ahae Newton 4 • < 1816 , 194
Elijah Pankcy 76 \ 1916 640
J. at Slone 38 1918 049
Daa WHUnaon 100 1916 792
M- A L. Allen 609 1616 7194
SPRING HILL TOWNSHIP
W. C. Keyaer 1 1290 1016 4990
Spence Olbaoa 139 1916 1994
Dockery Monroe 96 1916 699
J. A. Manley 60 1018 7.14
Wm Patten on 76 1916 996
NepaU Thwna—f 91 1016 996
Murdock Morrison 200 1616 1099 •
Mra. W. T. Olhaan 1 1916 2697
Pater Cherry Briata 72 ‘ 1916 499
C-1-* lay 99 1916 699
llta. ha—to Tarty 190 1916 1191
J. N. Gibson 8 1916 1LU
W. D. McLAURIN, Sheriff Scotland County.
..—. — . _
L. M. BLUE FOR SENATE.
Th* undwuigMd eitlsen* at the
County of SootVod will Miinl th*
Mm* of Honorable L. M Blue to rew
roeeot ttua Senatorial Diitrict in tba
next State Senate. He baa served
with satisfaction and distinction in
the House of Ksermsntativea, is fa
miliar with legislative arnranilTin
and w* think that h« will make as a
useful and valuable Senator.
March nth, 191fl.
• Goo. T. Pate.
A. P, Gibson,
d. a Wright,
W. N. Heiemie,
W. P. Father,
Henry F. Gibson.
R. D. Gibson,
H. H. McPherson,
J. A. McNeill,
J. B. Mason.
D. A. Pete,
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTS
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House at Representstivee
flues Scotland County, subject te th*
action ft th* Democratic Primary.
T. G EVERETT.
FOE HOUSE OF_ REPRESENTS -
. k . TTVBS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House at Representative*
1 believe la * fust Taxation. Tax**
tu Re last analysis is Just what th*
law ooufiacutas at yoor property and
uda* and eheuki b* joatTW« must
stay th* withering hand to a judicious
A- D. CURRIE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CON
I hereby auuauue* to tbe Demo
cratic voters at Scotland County that
I am a candidate for tbe Democratic
nomination for the House of Repre
sentative* in Cenrres* from this, tbe
Seventh CoogrwsMonsl District, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
Primary to be held on tbe tod day of
LEX D. ROBINSON.
FOR HOUSE OP REPRESENTS
I hereby announce to tbe Demo
cratic voters of the Seventh Congres
sional District that I will be a candi
date in the Democratic primary for
member «f the House of Represent*
tlvas in Congress from this district.
If nominated sad elected, I will ua*
•very end**vor to discharge tbe dut
R* of th* oAee with fidelity to th*
U. L. SPENCE.
FOB BOUSE OF BBPRB8HNTA
' „ nvEs.
We, the u»der*l*ned citizens «f
Scotland County snd (rind* and
Sdfihboru ot A. a Shaw, prsasnt his
jam to tha roten of Scotland County
*r»J Assembly of North Carolina, sub
ject to tha action of the Democratic
He la well equipped fur tha posi
tion. Ha haa filled tha office of Jua
ttoa of tha Peace continuoualy’ far
tweertr-aiaht yuan, and 1*. therefor*,
acquainted with tha aaad of all da seas
Of «u p+1«fH+
Ha hatter sa fa Just and fair taxa
tion and is ottarty opposed to may law
deismstin^ powers To three man fa
minidisk? bS7 W*“t °*r *■* WM"'
“Bqaal Biarhta to all and Spatial PHr
Ussst to Nona."
This fith daf of Agri^mA
- w. a.%£r*T'
C. C. Birmingham.
’ : I.VSSp.
8. T. Tlmrar,
Allan Mof —n.
B. K. Csefay,
D. 8. Alderman,
Resolutions Adopted by Dividsor County Demo
cratic Executive Committee Endorsing H. B.
Varner For Congress,
WHEREAS, Davidson, the Wdinv county of the
Seven.t. CooKteoional District, h»* not furnished a mem
ber «• t.otiwre** vince the year 1872, and
Whereas, Hon. Henry D. Varner, a faithful D mn
cra^ has for year* used his utmost endeavor in promote
the interest of his county and state, and is no* a candi
date to succeed Hon. R. N. Page, and.
Whereas, tha democracy of Davidaon county ia deeply
interested in tha soecsse of Mr. Varner’s candidacy, with
the view of placing him at Washington so be may better
serve his county and district;
Now. therefore. Be it Resolved by the Demi eratie
County Executive Committee »f Davidson County in meet
ing assembled at Lexington. N. C., that this oommfltee
heartily endorses the candidacy of Mr. Varner and com
mends him to the voters of the district, as one worthy and
capable to serve as Congressman and who by his untiring
labor and Mai will be a great assent to tha people of the
district and State aa a Representative at the National Capitol
Thie April 8, 1916.
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and the way to better tire service.
JOHN F. McNAIR
The Lend owned by the
GREEN POND BRICK CO.,
will be sold at PUBLIC
AUCTION, to the highest
Udder, at the door of the
Bankof Gibson, at 11 o'clock
The lot contains 515-10
seres more or less, and mast
For other details, call on or
JAS. L. McNAIR
14-15 Iautrinborg, N. C.
Luriibni, N. C.
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