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Dr. Albert Anderson, superintend,
•at of the State Hospital for the In
amw, Raleigh, has written the board
of directors of ths Institution statin*
ihst ha hapsa for a thorough Urraatf
gatlaa of the hospital and all Its af.
fain. It was announced Saturday. Dr.
Andaman niged that the public be la.
formed of crery phase of the taveati
Deputy Sheriff Charlie Hefner has
tetamed from New Jersey to New.
tea with John Pale, colored, who la
charred with having stolen four balsa
of cotton from the Long island Cot
ton Mills, and re-eelling it to the
mills. On his person was found 92S
of the 2400 he is'sold to bars taken
uff with him; a 132 watch, aad throe
suit casco of glad rags ha purchased
while en tour of tho northern cities.
Rufllo Midgette, colored, of New
Boa, was git eh a preliminary hear
ing before Mayor A. il. Bangert
Thursday morning on a charge of
having assaulted Clifford Tarls, the
young son of Chief of Police C. Lup
ton, with a horse whip. Probable
cause was found and the defendant
bound over to Superior Court fender
a bond of (SO*.
Mayor 0. B Eaton, of Wlnatoo-Sa
lam, lata Thursday afternoon signed
an order Hoeing tha charehoo and
sehook of Winston-Salem for a period ;
of IX days, the order te uIm effect
Friday morning. The order was is
sued as a matter of precaution as aa
epidemic of scarlet favor is threet
•ned. several cases having been ro
Port*d within the post few days.
Tim board of directors of the State
Hospital at Raleigh will meet May
11 • formed hearing at tha charges
brought against tha management of,
fhs institution by Charles B. Latta of
Raleigh, lata an inmate of the Hos
pital. Latta charges that the in
mates arc poorly fed, poorly clothed
and are made to work border than
ccnvtcta In the State’s prison. Ha
alao charges ansanitary conditions at
the hospital, all of which is dented
by Supt Anderson of tha Hospital.
The plant of the Piedmont Baggy
Company and the Cotton States We
ton Company of Monroe whs sold at
a action by the receiver, Mr. F. G.
B endorsee. It was bought by Mr.
'Horace Nani for tha sum of 12,176.
Davo TonJy ef Sandy Plains, Sath
ssfford eoaaty, was accidentally shot
“i kflted recently. Ho had bomi
tearriad about two weeks and, with
bis wife, was in s wagon starting
from bis wife’s home to his own
home. la arranging the cushion on
tha seat of the wagon tha pistol slip
ped from his pocket and area die
producing ib&oit initmt
In tha actios te debar James H
Johnaon at Cumberland county from
practicing law, which was before the
Sopcame Court on appeal by the State
and the. selidtor from a judgment of
tha lower court dismissing tha actio*,
the Supreme Court reversed the Lower
«ourL Johnson was aentenoed to tha
rood* te the illegal sale at wine.
Mian Lett tie Johnston, daughter of
Gen. and Mm. Robert D. Johnston,
(Marietta, sails te Leaden April IX,
whom te will many Lieut. Benson
Walker, of the English army. Lieu
tenant Walker's mother is anrnm
ponying Mies Johnston and Ueutan
aat Walker is to moat them in Cana
In the recorder’s court at Wlhxiag
toa Saturday Mrs. Omxn Leper was
fiawl $U and costs tar giving laeor
roct information that Aa ago of Min
ni* Littleton, of Wilmington, was 18
yean in ordar that Mist Littleton
could procure license to he married
to Mr. Haary Mahon, a ypung area of
that city. Notice of appeal was given
J. A.- Edwards, an undertaker of
' Snow Hill, has received by panel poet
a eodhn seat from Burlington. The
■ coAn was for aa infant and the (Up
ping evp—e* was Jaet 80 coats. It
ie (aid that express chargee on the
package would have been at least
three these as Beach.
Charlie Penlamd, a young man od
Aehevitle, was found guilty Sattwday
in Federal esurt at Orweervillo, & C,
of vlolattag the Mann White Save
act, aad was sentenced to two yean
in the Federal prteen at Atlanta.
Pen land transported a gW from
AehevUle to Orwewvftle and rogfetered
at a loeal hotel as man and wife.
That the National Dye and Muni
tka* Company of New York aad
Washington ha* aegstrad several ha*,
dred eerae af lead near Saaferd. op
en which to me* a aaaMeaa pleat
at a seat cf probably (lOjBM^oa, to
tbc Inform*** given by R. P. Oib
aoa, a repatdllr balUlag eeatracter
U Rocky Meaat, who eaya be has
• base awarded contracts for west at
Mtoa Margaerfts Fries, daaghter
aad oaly AIM eg Nr. aad Mr*. Henry
ft Fries, eg Wtoafcm, died at «tS»
Friday eeentag after a few day** ft
asaa wNh nerlto lever. Mtoa Film
"g. _J m wkiu gtri of
tha Happy Valley section, of Catawba
eounty, la a At of jmleuay and deepon- '
daney, took a single-barrel shotgun
Sunday aftarnooa of last week, ioai
ttea between 4 tad 8 o’doek. aad|
blow bar braiaa oat. Unraquitod lore
is assigned aa tha cause of tha trag
edy, which threw tha tranquil, mb
batieal Happy Valtay aaetlon late a
etage of unprecedented ' excitement.
That morning Kama went to walk
with a young man, bat it aaama that
they quarreled aad in tha afternoon
ha paid his rospheta to another yqung
lady. Tha young lady waa only IT
yean old and wat t daughter of Mr.
and Mm. Finley Sanders of Furgeaon,
Chief of Police J. S. Brarwall of
Hamlet had the left aids of his face*
from above hia ays to hia chin split
oj**n in an encounter with an escaped ,
convict from South Carolina, named |
Bon McNeill Wednesday night of laat ■
weak. McNeill used a raaor. After
cutting tha chief McNeil] attempted
to escape bat was shot by Draawvll.
bat tha bullet struck tha negro in the ,
head, and the ball glaaeed off. Chief
Brsavntll’a wound while very painful, *
and which will bo a long time healing,
is not serious, but tha chief writ] carry ,
the scar to hia grave.
In municipal court ut Graunaboro'
Wednesday at lust week, Gilbert New
oil made a full confession to the larc
eny of *537.45 froea tha North Cero
Uaa Public Service Company, and was
senteneed by Judge Brown to be pa
tolled in the custody of the probation
°®car of tha (hurt for a parted of two
years, and to appear before tha court
tha first Monday In each month with
tha probatioa officer during that pe
riod. and show his good conduct. Wal
ter Bradley, a co-defendant, did not
go on the witness stand bat was ha id
for superior court under bond iu tha
sum at *1,000.
H. F. Carson, charged with eonduct- '
teg a lottery, was found guilty iu
Buncombe Superior Court Wednesday
morning and sentenced to pay a fine
at *1,000 and costs. Carson, it ia
stated, claimed to represent a Knox 1
villa, Tcmu, company and distributed
goode by forming dube, to pay so'
mneh a weak and hold a drawing ev
ery week, the winner to he given an
article selected. It Is claimed that tha
ctnba involved about M0 people ia j
Asheville, and that after a certain
nnmber had bean winners, the col
lectors quit coming for the money and 1
many at tha Investors got nothing bat !
experience for their cash.
Denial Wiggins, who lives near
Grainger, ftOad a tree on his place
recently and discovered that a mother i
fax and family had bean deprived of
their bora* la the midst at the roots, i
Tbs old fax was killed; Wiggins car- I
ried the infants to his home and d«- |
livered them to a eat who had Just
lost her little ones by drowning. Tha i
mourning cat accepted tha substitute
babtoe with seemingly perfect satte-1
J. C. lfieeuhalmor, tha young nan
who «offered the lorn of Us right head
inet month while working with some
dynamite, died Friday night at aa
Asheville hospital, death being due to
tetanus, or lockjaw. Mr. —*mh,
or, who waa yard conductor for tha
Southern at Asheville, was handling
some dynamite whan a part of It ex.
ploded, tearing off hie right hand.
Lockjaw developed and ha died.
Dr. George A. Carr. weU-luurwn
surgeon-den tilt of Durham, Is plaint.'
iff la aa action agaiaat his wife, Mr*.
Bettie Hunt Carr, In legal proceed
Inga for absolute dirocoa. The sum
B«ma waa iasaad laat weak from tha
°®ce of the deck of anperior oowt of
Dmrhem ooueity. The diverse suit
tomes as a sequel to tha «t»,(W0 altox
atfam at* instituted by Mra. VUgWa
Kendal] of Richmond, agaiaat Mra.
The North Carolina Orphan Asao
etation Thursday aftocneon adopted
resolution* providing that a ■ pedal
committee be appointed for inveattga
tiom aa to the operation at tha ‘'Moth
era’ Pension" aystea aa operated in a
number of statee and the adviMbOtty
of urging the North Carolina I.egts
latuxe to adopt sue* a system. The
committee appointed to investigate
«o«etate of Archibald Johnson. J. R.
Young end M. L. Shipman.
Hbw tong can a chiehen Hvo with
out food and water T A hen belong
ing to Mr. D. F. Jenkins, of Btateo
vUle, disappeerod more than a month
ago. It waa supposed that aha had
either wandered away or had been
stolen. When a boa in the woodbouee
was moved she was found eMvn. She
had gene into the box hi search of a
auat aad trapped herself. She is be
lag given special oare and will ap
parently soon regain bar strength.
°<*mtlag from the day aha w»- t-e'
seen la too yard she had ha
We will Sell These 35 Piece
Guaranteed Quality Brand Ahuninu
FOR ONLY 4’i2 For the COM
Only One Set To Each
Ton Can Not
Pay Cash H!
No Telephoto or Mail Orders
For These Sets Will Be Filled
The only condition under which you can obtain one of tbwe Aluminum Sets at this
UNHEARD OF PRICE in to buy it on these terms
Pny 99c cash when the sat ia delivered and SOc weekly for eight week* unfit the $4.99 ia
Why we Make This Sensational Low Price
and our Reason for not Accepting Cash
,_Durta* the asst several month* ws will keys on ssls VALUES ia household goods THAT WILL AST0M8H YOU.
bsrgeins which will aeks you a regular patron of tkia stor*. V. a willingly sacrifice the loea that we sustain on tbasa eats of
Aluminum Ware: tk* opportunity of baving yea «sH at ear store a*eb Week far right iraaks. (raquiradto malts Aluminum
Sat payment*; la well worth nil that wa loan on tba Aluminum Wars. " mssiumwan.
This advertisement will of oourae, attract hundred* of f eopls. wbo probably bava not trarlad bars before—if it *—
ducee you to vi*L our store and know ua batter, wa shall feel wall repaid. Tbia to tba public, may seam like »—•irrd ad
*' prf~-^rr a unusual
•** conaiata of tbe following place* of Quality Brand Aluminum War*, (each place guaranteed to wear far man
222S3 fSJTi*** quert »•••>'■+*# bread pane, two pi* plat**, on* Jelly ceke pan (2 piece*), on* three quart
covered Berlin sauce pan (2 piece*), on* on* quart lipped sauce pan, on* two quwt lip pad sauce pan. bon castor ant. eon*
stating of a salt shaker, pepper shaker, tooth pick bolder, and castor (four pieces), one coffee dr tea strainer, on* cake turner.
■‘•••wring cup, one auger maker, on* combination funnel (sis pieces), one ten piece combination outfit, (this sat von
/ n<tUC* *I‘“,t*»**d *bove in tba canter picture.) It consists often nice**, which combined permit* of its use as a steamer.
Isa* illustration), a self-basting roaster (saa illustration), or as a double boiler, cereal cooker, pot roaster, egg poacher, an*,
this 35 piece eel0* P**' “*iry p*n* roun<l P«n- been baker, etc.— tkia really ia a wonderful utensil and ia included in
We Will Sell only One Set to Each Customer
M. A. McDOUGALD
LAURINBURG, N. C.
PILLING YOUR DRUG
Yon know without no tolling yon what
kind of good* a first-clon drag steam
carries. When you want Perfsmes, .
Toilet Articles, Infant’s Requisites,
Sick Room Goods, Modldnea, Etc.,
come to this store an! bo assured of
getting the beat. Thelephone IS..
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
THE HAMLET HOSPITAL
Haskt, N. C.
A thonwffcly equipped intffortion for the
adeatMc tratant of X-Ray, Medical and Surgi
cal Caoeel Trained Him forahlul.
Special attention given to the Bargtaal Condition of tho
Bor. Note and Ttaoat
A POOR BANK
W. A- (lcfland, of Maatoa, CaL, after
•oiling his place to a.power company,
placed $320 in $20 gold pteceo in a pda
(a Mb for safe keeping. Forgetting
about ihe money, he sold some potatoea.
Later a aeaioh for the cote proved un
successful. Clelland BOW thinks haafal
are a safer propositi** than potato Man.
A SAFE, CONSERVATIVE BANK IB
The State Bank
Patronize Oar Job Department*