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PRIZE WINNING GRAMMAR SCHOOL ESSAY
I BY MISS KKRTHA SANFORD OF
] LAU KIN BURG SCHOOL
Medal Given By The Lanrinbnrg Exchange
Than ia a very serious reipoala
bility renting upon the mo there aad
fatbera of ear to on try hornet It
imm ao hard to keep the boya aad
girls aatiafied on the farm; they oftea
ge to the dtioa seeking opportanftUa.
One of the vital questions of today ia,
“liow can wt maka our mostly bom as
ao attractive that tha young paopla
will bo only too glad to remain." It
ia certain that these ia something ia
oeoatry Ufa that dev elope strong char
acter* aad maka* liadirs of men.
Therefore our national welfare da
pasda apoa tha saastity and happineaa
of country hawse. Ik la Mt ao math
our duty to prepare ta fight for our
country u It h to nwko theee rural
district* a fit place to grow tha boat
A heme ahould be thehoeae of tha
heart end a lad aa tMl aa the body.
There sraat he comfect, ttght, ohesr
aad baaoty otaalderod in the ptawdag.
Bat moet of all Christ ahould reign
therein; fox Christianity ia tha crown
ing blearing of tha home.
artistic furnishings. Bam floors with
a fnr rags are more bygeintc and re
quire work than Boots with carp
eta, for tho rugs stay bo easily clean
ed and the wood-work kept free from
dost. A fow good ptetursa, goad
hooka, vs*aq of artist* design for
flowen and plain, simple curtains an
decorations eooagh for a living non.
Bat ths furnisher should remember
that colon mast harmteals* ao that
the effect may be Mattel. . These ki
flueneee may aeem unimportant but
the wort of months and years prove
that they help to aaoold womanhood
and manhood; for beauty ha* mart
to do with tho happiness of Ufa. That
health, too, has mart to do with Ufo
ha* been known ever since the Bret
green apple waa so ten. Td stake a
healthy animal requires a knowledge
of the preparing and serving of wfcole
somo, appetising food. As this fan*
upon the mother tho should study
this and carefully watch her child
With all work there is noce^hrily
some drudgery. But Um mother
should bo saved from ell this possible
so that she nay ham time to derate
to proper training of Her children.
Careful thought should bo given to
ears bar steps. Fuel should bo kept
convenient and water near at hand.
The farmer should a*ail himself of
all toe modem conveniences; too
kitchen cabinet, for Instance, will save
many unnecessary steps.
' The farmer should not bo ooatonted
with joat successful crops but shirnM
keep too ground around bis home free
from rubbish. There Should bo gram
planted on the lawn with shrubbery
In the back-ground. A few flower*
should be selected and well arranged.
Rural Ufa >e mors .than eating,
■leaping and working for, “awn does
not live by broad alone." It is my
opinion that w«n planned recreation
la aa vitally important to too srai
far* of the country U it scientific
It la that terrible law mum anew «f
the country that drive* eo many to the
dtles. Therefore to every country
conuaunity arrangements should be
made to bring the country people to
gether so that they may enjoy theas
oehrua. la this day of telephones and
automobiles it would be easy for tha
young people to organise dramatic or
literary clubs for their own mental
improvement and pleasure of toe
whole community. Domestic Science
! Club* for the girl*, corn duba for the
boys and nature study claba for both
should be greatly encouraged and
would certainly give happiness to
There is no reason why toe farmer
should not have a good library and H
certainly would be Instructive. Cir
culating libraries and mags sine clubs
would bring toe farmer into touch
with toe outer world. All this would
amice the country people, happier.
Oh, if toe members of a country
hams or district would only do their
part, what a happy life it would be!
For Hfe in the country should be and
can be the moot complete Ufa possible
to a human being.
A Brief Summary at
Everywhere far Baay
A Canaan submarine, said to ba
bigger and speedier than any subma
rine previously saaa and carying a
crew at N man, is reported to bars
appeared near Utaira, off tbo sopth
waat coast of Norway. t V
Howard Vena see, af CaotarrOla,
fa-, baa a little rad ban, Clarica, by
narai, which ha thinks is tha world's
champion in tha aiHar of laying agga
Ow each of 14 conaeoativa days, aaya
Vannoas, Clarica laid two agga.
Got. George W. P. Host, af Ari
sons. has aakad tha War department
for 1,000 turbines add SO >000 rounds
of ammunition to arm tha "home
guard" in border aatW—hi and
town which have aakad protection.
Gov. Hunt guarantees the safe return
of tbo equipment.
Whoa the young wife at a resident
of Chicopee, Kan.,- had bad hack with
a cake raeantly rim threw it to the
chickens. The chickens died. A
state food inspector waa called, apd
be found that the wsmen had aMd
Hit instead of eager. The inop after
said the chicken* etc the cake end
•Bad from thirst.
John H. Betts purchased a team of
mules in Long Beach, Cal, and, being
nabh to hm Warn dsBvsrod to Ms
farm, hftchodthe animate to front at
the ear. At first ha nm at low gear,
hot fearing ha might antagonize tha
animals Into klakiag, he shot off tha
power and made the mules poM the
car beam. *
BW*WI bo eanad am Ma iwootbodrt
at I a. m., which Jadga WoUh immm
ad • moat unacaaonaMa hour, Oaborn
ltiddUo*. at Kaaaaa CKy, Mo., wao
Bnod $i0. Riddling want ta eafl on
Miaa NalHa Brown, 14 yaara aid. Mr*.
Brown taatttod that bridling, wha to
4«, had broa paying attention ta bar
(UughUT dnapOa tha roatharto appo
int ant ctnrio«ity (mm mh cwzztng
tha dratb at Carl P. Klaaimo, Jr.
Uwaa-yaar old aoa of Mr. aari Mm.
Carl P. K Ioanna, <rf Taaoma, Waah.,
whoa tha llttla fallow pm Ms month
aaar tha aad of a ataamtag hattta. Tha
Mris of tha «Mir« awath aari throat
«ras aaakad by tha rtaaaa aari hattag
watsr aad he tmmm aaar AahMg ta
PmH Baird, of OanMharaaBa, Ma.
am* aontaoaad ta aoraa yaara ta tha
paaMaattary far ahaatf* lata a fta
e*nl cortege and wounding several
persons last August As a wagon
containing tha body of a child, with
tha funeral attendants, was attempt
ing to pasa through the young man’s
oomfleld, ha remonstrated against
what he celled a trespass and ba tike
argument fixed into the vehicle.
Ishi, last of the Yahi, stone-age
tribe of Indiana which once flourished
in California, east ef Sacramento,
whose ‘‘discovery’* in 19U near Or
ville, Cel., resulted in his adoption by
the seven ta ef the Uuiresalty at Cali
fornia as a valuable anthropologist
acquisition, died a few days ego at
tuberculosis, possibly brought on by
the interruption of his wild, outdoor
life. He was about 40 years eld.
It east Grant Noll, e farmer ef
Centerville, Pa., f« to shoot oae
chicken belonging to a neighbor,
Jacob P. Hconey. For some time
Nell had been annoyed by Heaney's
chickens roaming over his premises
and protests being of no avail be re
seated to the gun. Henitey brought
a civil suit to recover the mine of the
fowl. Te the actual worth at the
chicken, tt cents, was sdded the coots
of prosecution, which Noil paid.
The West Virginia Equal Suffrage
ossortatton. ht ha campaign for the
suffrage amendment to bo voted on
fa that state this fall, plans to eon
vert the entire eoasmonwcalth into a
huge yellow flower goatee. Seed
hexes are being sent from state head
quarters at Morgantown to til na
she sead packets. Local sttflugs or
gatdaaHana will off or prissa for the
'-» a ««e a ._a
i a dinner coating IIU a plate, eras
given fa the HUtmore, New York city,
a few eights ago fa hooor of Louts
Wall irk by John Me*. Bowman
and other hotelmea, to mark the etoea
ef a aoeeeeafa! winter season. Bear
faun refused to give out a menu or a
Met ef the guests. It le said that
when a dinner costs |IH a plate only
e smell past at that amount fa spent
on eats hi oe, desssutkms, ssuste, serv
ice fand Honors being the principal
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McLaurin & Shaw
’Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
Quick Service and Special Delivery enables you to get your
Preeeription* end other Drug State Emergency Needs as well
as regular goods In all departments with the least possible
delay and many valuable minute* usually lost are here put to
service in accomplishing results for both physician and pa
Whan required Prescriptions will be sent for, filled and de
livered immediately. All orders for Emergency Needs,
Sick and Sick Room Supplies have prompt and personal at
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
Special Low Round Trip Rates
Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.
*Tb« Progressive Railway of the Sooth."
To Birmingham, Ala.
Reunion United Confederate
May 16—18th, 1916
Round Trip Rates As Follows
Charlotte $ 8 06 Rockingham 9 9.76 Maxtor 910.86
Sanford 1118 Durham 11.90 Louisburg 1Z76
Monro* 8 96 Hamlet 10.06 laurinburg 10.40
Pitta boro 11.66 Oxford 12.55 NorUna 13.16
Wadeahoro 9.60 Lumherton 10.96 Aberdeen 10.60
Raleigh 12 00 Hendereoo 12 85 Warren Plain* 18 20
Tickets oe sale May 18th to 17th Inclusive and for train*
•chadded to arrive in Birmingham before noon of May 18.
. Final return limit May 88. Tickets can be extended until
/one 14 by payment of 60e additional and depositing same
with Special Agent, Joseph Riehardaon, oa or before May 25
For Pullman reservation# and further information as to
rated etc., tall on your local Agent or add race,
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Wilmington, N. C. Raleigh. N. a
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