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CUAKUMBM AND FILTHINESS
Ths world does not aspect u. aU ta
■ bo fatty, ta h doss aspect as to In
clean—ciaaa uot aaly ia partoo, bei
---\ v In amt —irmwMtjti
New just pa dm a awasaat sod Ut’.
1—tfr this town—act Lorn tha
standpoint of the klekur, but from
that «f the watt wiahar. the baOdar.
Tea, nadcr, are ecwMQlowrty daeu
with year pasaaa. Yon taka yon
hatha nvelariy, yaa ckaaee yoer
heads and face before each awal, yea
heap year hair seedy bnuked, year
' ly hath attractive aad sanitary.
If yea aae s panes sodMltaeBy
who !e dirty, aad slovenly, aad IKhy,
yea have Uttto bat secret ceateaip*
yinftetam—t. etesa. and saSSyl
». ranch far the person of hmaumity
la the keasss tt oar eommnnity yse
will flad the wese evidence ef scran
leas cat* and attention to ike small
est af details, dpetisar cleanliness is
i°No criticism, therefore, can be
and sursry the situation.
roundings. 4 few sre daiuceroosly
ncnr to hate* flltojr. and yet appear
to have practically no real halloa of
Unto yards art strewn with rah
hish that should have been burned.
Garbage U thrown ant in th« yard to
over the fence, to stink and fetter and
Weed dies sad dfatoto^ Grassl and
• r^"" "* fo*¥*t‘
Often be uprated of the tmi yard
r jTn itMi* ^ r*!rimtr>*' *
dhad ear wahe «p, and got rid sf
•ueli as suy now e*W far this town?
Or tosn wa, Nke to. pig. pe right
•» wfsnisg totwnto it ontfl we die?
L-HI ■ MMU'.'g. «
(wests of the reader. And the well
1 wenlad advertisement appeal* dlract
: Ijr to miy wofl ha Veer nil wind. It
• point* the way to OCMMNaJr.
And the wiae basin ess man adver
tlaae accordingly. .
Poor Dobb la dead. Bat do not wall,
He*» com where he’d And warmer
Tim other day he triad to Dali
Tm stick* of dyaamito together.
- -CiDeiaaati Enquirer.
Poor Hot! ia dead, hsoes this Inmen*,
And why you see ns all in black,
Vor jaat the other day be want
To * 1; op an the railroad track.
' Aad Jeff, too, he is dead aad Rene,
Of Ufa there ie aot left a spark.
Ha had a Headache aod he took
Bichloride tablets ia the dark,
j —Mom phis-Commercial Appeal
And Bryan would be Roed sad dead,
,1 And we would bare the rant ww*re
If he’d preach peaee-at-sny-price
la Mexico, where it b needed.
fflas Gflbaugh, a farmer residing
near Badaa, Wls., Is on the lookout
for two Chicago “gentlemen" who aaM
Mm a street car for $76 aad accepted
$10 of the money ia cask a* a binder.
Silas was to bare had the ear at the
aad of the day, hat the gentleman did
not appear to eamjUeto the bargain
aad the motasmaa and conductor re
fused to urreador. Then Silas re
ported to the police, oaly to leant that
ha had been beamed- According to
Me story Mas wac mat by the tare
gentlemen ia a Melrose park ear aad
wm told that they were bard up and
had to eetl their oatAt for $75. Silas
agreed the offer waa tempting and
■URRoated a exsh deal bat thee de
cided to pay $10 aad secure the re
■winder from the profit*.
BULLETIN OF IMPORTANT EX
»3.75 to Saratoga Spring*. K. T.
Account General Conference Meth
odist Church. Tickets will be mU
May 9th and 16th, United to return
until June 6th.
SM9 te ArtwriUc. K. C.
Account Southern Baptist Conven
tion. Tickets will be sold May 13 to
17, inclusive, United returning until
May II, bat limit may be extended
■ntil June 16, by dopoaitiag tickets
sad paying $1.09.
(RN to Orkad* Florida.
Account General Assembly Presby
terian Church, pickets will he sold
May II to 19, tactueive, limited re
turning until Jans X
IMS to New York City.
Aeeennt General Federation of Wo
men's Chiba. Tickets will be sold
May 21, 22 and 33, limited returning
until June 1
For further particulars regarding
the above and other reduced fare ex
cursions, apply to
P. O. FOWLER. Ticket AgL,
Pembroke, N. C.
ATLANTIC COAST UNB.
The Standard Reikaad of the Booth.
H. U. VARNER.
I Mic known Mr. Varner for years.
B« ia a plain man of the people who
by his good judgment and tireless
energy baa made a snocoaa of all hla
Bat he baa net made hie money at
the expense of those who ere weaker
or lose wise than htmaelf. Do Is in
terested la everything that has for
1 its object the promo tioa oi ootnmimHy
He has stood all hie Hfe for the
development of the eat oral resources
of Hie BUta as wall as for the moral
uplift of tbo people.
Ha ia a total abstainer, and an ar
dent prohibitionist. An oflew la the
Presbyterian ehnreh, he has not dis
honored hie prof see ion; but hia bread
tolerance makes him sympathetic to
the people of all faiths, and his hand
la ready to help every effort to
strengthen the State’s moral man
In the incoming Co agrees we «mii
need men whose convictions so moral
questions are clear and eUosig. Nat
ional prohibition will be a burning is
sue. Friends of temperance 'should
demead of their candidates the ut
1 most loyalty to this great came.
On the question ef good toads,
which is also a vital matter, Mr. Var
ner's record is known and toad of all
■ea Ha stands squarely by the Wil
son policies without partiality and
Without the advantages of- a col
lege training and with nothing to aid
him in hie youth but hia atioag right
arm, Ms unfailing faith in himself and
hia fellows and a spirit of optimism
coupled with unflagging energy, Ala
country boy literally fought hia wgy
up to his present position of power
and influence. 1
The people' ef the Seventh District
win make no mistake ia easting thefi|
ballots far Mr. Varner, and if be le
elected, they will And In him a rep
resentative who can do things.
Thomaaville, N. C.. May 9th. 1*1«.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION.
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA.
_DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
CERTIFICATE OP DISSOLUTION.
To aU to whom Uwm presents may
consent of aU the stockholders, de
pwrited la my office, that tha Loan)
cipal office la ska*tad el No. ——
Street, In the Town ad Lears) HU,
•cent therein end in rhnrgs tharoad,
mfaw «d this eertiftcate ed Diaaehe
_ MM) Therefore, L J. Bryan Oihaia.
ocyMliw, executed by aU the stock
Holden thereof, erHlkh said baaaant
•N the record of tha preriirHnga
afaaa^d en Mw on flie 1b my aedd
ooica M pronood qfjnf,
. In Toathaoay Whereof, I hare
SaenAary of State.
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IN TUB PMmtrCT OOPRT or THE
la the Matter *f )
Freak W. Thurnion,) NOTICE.
Ta ^neSEtw; of I^raak W. Thora
toa of Fayetteville in the Ooanty of
Caaeberlaial and Dltriet eforveaM,
Iramiiif awh ether boeiaeee »« may
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gga—CHL-t. 1 a-■-'* W-'-MBS
. BAT ALL K WANT
NOW AND FEEL FINE*
I He Mere tea an Um iimukIi or Sour
t Stomaohl No Mora Heavy Footing
i After Moot# or Constipation 1
i R yoo kora tour atomach. euoaU
j paMoo or sas OS the etotuach try
! JU3T ONE SPOONFUL, atmpla bsok
tborx hark, atyoerlce. eta. et mixed
tat Adlar4-ka. the MOOT POWBH
FTTI. bowel daaaaar orer add.
The VERY FIRST doaa ahowa ra
eotta asd a abort treatment with Ad
lart-ka will eargrtM you.
It dndna each astonishing amounts
of M matter tram the system that
A SINGLE DOSE reltaeaa oonetlpn
ties, soar stomach and gaa almost
INSTANTLY. A dote to toe a wee*
ouaida asalnst appendicitis.
Everington’s Drug Store
Om great u« of tha tolepbine
on tha to— to that It gives
It brings yarn friends to yaw,
ske* yaw to them, na matter tow
r aarpy they may ttva.
►t sank— half hi aa raw.
It tovttaa camp*ny far tha htrtto
ay, wedding. and other aaalver
if!c* dear to every lama.
And bade ef these rtnrrnmiris
> that ether great use
i Don't held back any longer drep
aadarap—oatathre wttl call to
irptola bewvary IRtio It oeeta to
bare this aervioe.
Itoftotn yen best service.
Soy, Mr. Inoarer, con yoa
•tind o loos from Hail, Fire
Lot no carry the risk for
HINTON JAMBS, Pros.
W. A DUNBAR Sse. A Trsao.
10oM A. JMfcur. of Tow«»<H r«.,
kM to quit drtakin* aad
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^==S5aSB555=SHBL . _* U19
U M. BLUE FOR SENATE
The und.ndimed citltcns uf the
County of Scotland will present the
name of Honorable L. M. Blue to iu
rseent thia Senatorial District in the
naxt State Senate. He has served
with satisfaction and distinction In
tho Hoom of Resreaestativ.it, D fa
miliar with lecislatiTs proccodis*s.
and we think that he will make us a
■acral and valuable Senator.
March nth. 191k.
Geo. T. Pate.
A. P. Gibson,
D. 0. Wrijrht,
W. N. McKenaie,
W. P. Parker.
Henry P. Gibeon,
L. U. Peel a,
R. D. Gibeon.
H. H. McPherson.
J. A. McNeill,
J. B Mason.
_P. A. Pate,
FOR HOUSE OP RBPSE8HN1A
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of Representative,
from Scotland County, subject te the
action of the Democratic Primary.
T. C. EVEKETt.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
I hereby announce myself e candi
date for the Hones of Representatives
from Scotland Conaty, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary.
I believe la • Just Taxation. Taxes
to Its last analysis is Just what the
law con A scales of your property and
mine aad should be Just. We aunt
stay the withering hand to a judicious
A. D. CURRIE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CON
T hereby announce to the Demo
cratic voter* of Scotland Coanty that
I am a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for the House of Bepre
aentatires in Congress from this, tht
Seventh Congressional District. sub
ject to the action of the DeMoerstic
Primary to be held on the 3rd day of
LEE D. ROBINSON.
FOR HOUSE OK RETRBSHNTA
I hereby announce to the Demo
cratic voter* of the Seventh Congres
sional District that I will be a candi
date in the Democratic primary for
member of the House of Represent*
tive* in Congress from thi* clislrict.
If nominated and elected, I will us*
every endeavor to discharge the dut
ies of the office with fidelity to the
U. L. SPENCE.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
We, the undersigned citiaeo* of
Scotland County and friends and
neighbors of A. E. Shaw, present hi*
name to the voter* .of Scotland Comity
as a candidate to repre»eert the county
in the Lower House of the next Gen
ernl Assembly of North Carolina, »ob
ject to the action of the Democratic
He i* well equipped for the posi
tion. He has filled the office of Jus
tice of the Peace continuously for
twenty-eight years, and is. therefore,
acquainted with Hie need of all classes
of our people.
He believes in just and fair taxa
tion and la atteriy opposed to any law
delegating power* to three men In
Raleigh te say what our tax aseela
ment shall be.
Ho stands squarely upon the time
honored Democratic doctrine of
"Equal Rights to all and 8pecial Priv
ilege* te None."
This 6th day of April, 1916.
John A. McKay,
W. G. Hula,
C. C. Birmingham,
J. R. Bundy,
R. J. Jones.
W. T. Crump,
& D. Byrd,
J. W. Kasms,
S. C. Smith,
W. W. McGirt,
a J. Womb]*,
8, T. Thrower,
R. E Cooley,
D. 8. Alderman,
E. L. McNair.
17 W. McIntosh.
yOR PROSECUTING -ATTORNEY.
f IWbf u»mm myself ■ earvlt
late for tee aSfee of Prosecuting At
tsnsy in the Mai Justice's Court of
Scotland County. subject to tha action
if tha Democratic PHnoiy.
OBOBOE T. OOODWYN.
PQB CLEM OP SUPERIOR COURT
f hardry aanounce that I am a eon
Hsats for tha oOoe of Clark of the
Stmerlor Coant of Scotland Comity,
rublcct to tha action of tha Deaeo
Colin D. XcCermtck.
g' 1 ■gr»i!' .. . j
I fc.ri.by aauoeocatTmy friend,
bbet l ere « candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner for Scotland
I . • J. R. JORDAN.
.. . FCK SHERIFF.
1 .hereby am ounce myaelf aa a
for election to the office of
8heriH of Scotland County, anbjact
to the action of tho Democratic Pri
_ J. W. ODOR.
for comjpehb. ™
I hereby annome-e rayclf a candl
date for Congrec* in the 8«vcnt>. Coa
*22U®?f L .object to the
fctxm of the Democratic pn marie* to
be held on June 3rd, 1916.
_ T. B. FINLEY.
I hereby announce noraelf a caodi
dato for Uw office of Sheriff of Beot
ia”1 County, .object to the action of
t^^mocratic Primary to be held
_ F. M. HUBBARD.
COMMISSIONER'S SALK OF REAL
BSTATE, VALUABLE WATER
POWRR ROLLER MILLS,
v** qnriTairiwd ConniujoiMr in.
poinW by th. Superior Suit Sf
Scotland County under a deer** mad*
i?*** r^v P«ding whoretn
Edwin Lytch and othen are plaintiffs
and MildTed Lytch 1. <iof«n5ant, by
▼**tua at Aid decree and under tha
power* vMtad in hhn tWtbv will m1)
•t public auction to SThijCt Nd!
l*r* i'L °*»h, on Monday, the 28A
d*T^ May lhl, at U o’doek. Noon!
“ ytoPT^^ to-wit; at the Duai.i
C. Lytch Mills, in Scotland Couaty
North Carolina, aU of the foUowLng
dceeribodreal property, to-wit: *
Boiag that tract of lard and l»
t * thereon dsacribed la the
pcLtton f ’d by th. ptjuntiffe la th.
ab°v* e»oo* aa Seemth Tract
nT*!* :‘V>to particularly deflnad,
de«rib*d and bounded aa follows;
at in «*• °*oUr
of th# o*d nui of Gum Swamp 3
chaina and GO link, below the center
of the Public Road where the said
road creese, said run at tha old saw
1-2 degree# East II chains
and SO Hnka to a stake; thence North
40 degrees Wmt 3 chains ■~i 60 Hnki
to the center of the public roml*
J'Jt>rth degree# Wet M
chains to a auk# at Ac edge of a
cypress map of A. mill pond!
thane* North 26 degree. West 8 ■
chain, and 60 links to a stake in the
degree* watt 6 chains ami 23 links
W *» ata*S’ ithCT,c* South 46 degree,
ga, j, •to?P: incner
horth 8 degree. West 9 chain, and 10
link* ton stake; thence Nor A 29 de
graca West 4 chain, and 50 links to a
staks; thence North 8 1-2 degrees
No!£, m *• • •take; tESe,
U ^ degree. Wert to a stake
jjh* oW lm» of the original tract
deadaed to Daniel C. Lytch by Ac last '
will aad testament of hi. father,
*'■•’» line; Aenc.
BouA 28 dogr.es Eaat 21 chain* to a
comar In the run of Gum Swamp
y™'* 45 degrees Wsat 1 chains
»nd GO link, to the high water mark;
«1®"2 the line of high water
*»fk of Lytch » MUl pond fir a gen
eral sou Aca. tern direction to a eomar
to th* center of Ac public road laad
m6 from Laurinburr to Beaaetta
villo; thence SouA 40 degree East 3
Aains and 50 links to a comer 13
chains team the beginning comer;
direct to A* beginning comer,
lug .bout 80 mm anS includ
l&w "l'AcT1 mnl pond « th* uu
Thi« ajJ* is made by order of eoan
for partition among Aa owners, tea
ante in common, and is made subleet
to confirmation ty the Court. *
Term, of Sals: Cash.
Time of Sals: 12 o’clock. Noon
Monday, May 29. 111*“’ «<*"•
TWa 28th day of ApriL 1918.
E H. GIBSON,
COMMISSIONER'S SALK OF LAND
UMwmJ by virtue at a Judgment
of Uw Superior Court of Scotland
Comity, bearing data of March 25,
'"'harabi the uadenigned were
appointed Commiailonera far the par
W,U «FO#e tale at pnbHc^auction
i®1®' dnring the Noon intenatoalon
od the Jma Term of Scotland 8«per
Undo belonging to the late Kllriu
KoaaeU, deeeaoed, and ordered aoM
hy fadgmaat toi the eaae ef Will Km
oelfet ala plain tiff a n. John Rooeall
"t>nr srvtssisr ^
aad duly recorded In Scotland Reg let
ride of Taft Street facing 40 feet on
•rid etieet, the wc*t Kne of which to
1®* foot long and the eeat line to 1TW
feet Wwg, extending from Taft Street
In a uniform width of 40 feet.
BaaMtoa nomeroue other Sue feat
nua, the Oon Theatre will edfer on
Friday night another of Uioee laugh
ahle Chaplin foal area, aad on Satur
day will have that ecream producer
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