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to tto pktal totsrtf-tar to
klllad aaottor tto
•«. CL. with aa;
ad If a fallow just
to da aakar, to
hk parpens with ao
k hands, yet ttora la
V 'tto ftot that ttoaa who
pMaU do asoro tuning aad
_ atsuMcflUag Oaa tto oaa who'
gars ctot and wkh nothin* tot hi*
tea. bat that tto pktal tatar doos
thehigyoet thara ag tto datllwant and
■ft—kt stands before tto MWtt for
atardsr. caa ao* to doabtod.
ftagardiag tto arias that kappa to
rsoaaUy osar tor* and tto tridant
aril of pistol totin’ to that particular
case, tto KantoiQe Boaa says: v
A asst deplorable tragedy occur
rto scar Laartaburg saa night last
weak, whaa a yarns man, Coy Me
bask. Three yoang asm are in jail,
oaa ctorgad with tto crime aad two
Vrom tto hrisraMtlaa gtrsn tto
yaoag nw who la aw daad h»d cotrr
adttod ao whaa. Hk only offense lay
tog * young lady to tor home from
a school breaking. On* of the young
uu* of aaatag tto ymag tody horns to*
aha saw At to accept tto offer of Me
Csnakk. Whaa ttoy tod wscaadsd
daws tto toad to a aoriadsd spot, M
1s asypoasd tto jilted twain opened
fire, cither with klant to US «r to
frighten both McCormick nod tto
girt. Three shot* warn fired, two of
ttoas taking effect la the tody of Me
Comick, one pievdaf hi* hmt,
Wo can aoo a* poaoibk —cum for
sash on ottoago hy ttosa yoang wsa,
Thara is a* ptoaaaM* reason under
tto aaa that ttoy caa giro that would
to aaa inieini mr ec justify thaw
in such oao dwer Ttoy should be
awda to pay Aw thk erissa ta a man
aer that wifi warn ottois against a
wanton aad tarilsw a— of tto ro
yal rar. Aad thk ptwlail as that ayna
way ahoold to fooad to pmvoat asm
turn oattyiag a rerolewr with thaw.
Tto penalty Is not severe
Why aa* wake It ao that
whaa a man Ia caught with a revolver
AHA or go to prison for twelve
tk «aiy wajr to «kto |M «B k
yatoittii to haw thi* toy eo” t* to
get youx me*** on the legal roll, othar
wtaa, yam «0t kti to tot Um othat
fallow uy tow you ikD to (»*•
tn yar |wWk|» eatectoi h.
■ ■ ■ .m»i" ■ ■"
How often da yoa toko ea toward
took tote your linful life of oak
yoanett tto qe*»tkw*—“How thank
ful am I to God for Hie —adnom to
mat" Art you reel f thi* queetfee to
day and Keren to what we Rad la Hie
(rood book: “Nererthrteee to left aot
hkaeeH wUboat witaieo. to that to
did Rood, and gave ea cafe from hear
aa, and fruitful aeaeme, filling our
heart* with food aad Rtefne**"—Arte
The Oefcual Object*.
The Lmuinburg Exchange m tries
(Me local Ken with u aipiemlun of
IWtall u follow!:
Hr. A. H. Hlvenbark, the young
white ana of Benblagbam. who wao
lest week convicted hi the Baoorder*»
Gant hero upon a charge of theft,
waa dealt with by Judge Gibson in a
manner that will moot with the to
teaat approval of the public.
Mr. Blveabarfc had beea found
guilty of taking from the Green Pend
Brick plant a quantity of stag that
wm evidaatly to be eeld as Juab, and
the question of pttamfcaMat was awe
that waaa problem to the court Judge
Gibson rendered bia decision in the
matter Friday. The judgment Wat
that the defendant eh no Id pay the cate
la the case and If fnoad la the State
at the axphrattou of two track*, is to
ba arteteid and punished with a road
Wo never dM believe that on* neigh
bor bad the right to throw the car
een* of a dead cat In another neigh
bor** back yard. We never did believe
that earn city had the aooval right to
tell a soiled dove to “move on"—to
keep up a weary chaa* looking for
shelter—to Had ao place of refuge,
but to be, Uka Sos’i Wandering Jew,
forever going and never finding a
place to rest la the above ease if
Bhmbark waa gtelty, he a* doubt
should ha vs been punished by a sen
tence one day or on* year *r the
payment of the eoata—and keen al
lowed. after he had paid In fall, to go
Mu way—to came baric to the State
or remain In the State. With the
present sentence hanging over him,
that eaaiaaeo of “thou ahtet ate”—
the sentence that caused the Pall of
Kan, Bivanbark will always be dis
contented—will carry a great burden.
The taae exiled bieomie desperate.
Ha Is incapable of taking Ms place
somewhere la the world, became his
meats I attitude Is against him. He
wants to come bade—he la prohibited,
and therefore fetes humiliation and
disgrace. It would be better were It
unlawful for courts to tag onto
otflter rrwnunlfki 1mt nodwlriblii
citizens. Ws da ate know anything
about the fact* in tha ease quoted, but
we do know that Rhronberk baa re
ceived a sentence that to ao way aide
Society. If be to a crook this State
has no moral right to east Mai upon
another atato. If he bee violated the
lew* and the court felt that per
haps ha teoald ate ba seat to the
readi. than it ahsald hawe lectured
him; told Mm to go and eto ao more.
But to throw Mm out faito the world,
during him tho primage of rteom
tog to tha State-making of him an
As me under
Prieona are auda only to ra
mu, to try to reform them; to
cm tha folly of their way. To
> " to chase
mm tha sad bald
seer him the threat of a read sen
tette* * be dar* return, ogam but Ht
H* hope to reform the victim. Ha
may have relctlrae; ba
‘ and to ba denied B gbt to
that if he teemed the
■an be wflt ga to 6w made as
a aattrtet—aali. tf the judge thought
It lube la m that ba baa another
Dolo# M Work.
■*». D. A. Mkr, Tmnamtf at
CkuMft wml* tm May 2 (M 8yta
mara, ft Cj “My work ban la mo
rn. paaaoMaf twiao or tkw thorn
tMrty-two ■mill Mata 1 moved.
fcarw la Ithraur. Torn Saoday-'
WHENEVER YOU NEED
in thn DRUG LINK—lot un tapply thin need for you,
You will tlaroyt find oar DRUGS to bn the BEST
and our PRICKS the LOWEST. We also offer you
at all times a prompt, efficient and polite service.
Get the habit of coxniag to this drug store for ycur
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
*Pkoae 13 Luriabuif, N. C.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND. .
Under end by virtue of a power of
•ale fat e certain mortgage deed of
treat under dau March ted, 1916, i
from James Tyner, D. M. Tyner sad
duly recorded is OOee feglst
* of Scotland Co «»ty .North
will expose for eels at Public Aoctxm
for cash at the Coart House Door la
the Terwa of Laarkthurg at 11 o’etoek
a. aa, Monday, June 19th, 1919, the
following described tracts ef land.
In Spring Hill Township: those cer
tain tenets at land comprising in one
tenet see hundred acres sad ninth as
tract fire seres, as described In oar
tain deeds on reoerd ht Scotland
County, as follows: Alex Tyner A
Wife to James Tyner, OeL U. 1908.
Book K. page IT; J arena Tyner A Wifi
to John Tyner, Book D., page 141;
John Tynar to D. M. Tyne r7 Nov. t,
1907, Book D., page 891:1). M. Tyner
to James Tynar, Aug. 9, 1998. Book
’grinning at s Pins sad two vines
po is tore on south aide at Dearer them,
aad about one fourth mile shore
Biss's Ford and rune South 90 West
99 chains to a pine two nines weietore
sear a branch; thence North S9 West
38AT chains to a corner; thanes North
<0 East SO chains to a comer; thence
South SO East. 3X33 chains to the be
ginning, containing one hsdrsl
acres, mere or lesa.
A second tract containing fire
acres within the boundaries of lands
purchased by D. L. Core from J. F.
McNair and constituting an oaesptfan
in the deed, mid fire acres being
bounded' as fallows: Os the north;
asst aad south by the Gore lands, and
on the west by the shore ana hundred
acres ifmrrihad share, mid fire hatatg
bounded as.follows: Beginning «l%
comer of the said Gore land and irrj
the Martin Uat, being n Una of the!
first described tract shore, tlnribfi
with Gore lands N M 69 chains 69
links to a stake: theses with the Gore'
lands N IS l-S W 6.80 chains to a
stake; thanes 8 98 W 9 chains to a"
stoke: thence direst to the beginning,
containing fire acres purrkiaeil by
Jamas Tynar from J. F. McNair.
Date ef sale: Monday, Jane 19th,
Place ef sale: Court Bourn Doer*
Lannmborg, N. „C.
Hour of sals: II i. m. Terms:
M. U JOHN.
Dated aad posted May 19th, 1919.
May 18-16—June 1-6-16.
U la Trae.
Pausing long enough in the life of
a bony day getting away from ths
tnbecripUan Hat and the types aad
the worried which do boast as, the
editor of the Inrariaberg Errhaaga
round time to gat thia In his editorial
Shew aa a family with the atamp
at tabor apoa their foreheads, gather
ad arcaad the family elide, ttmakiag
Ood for Hhi protection over them thro
the day that baa joat pasted, with a
bright hops for too future, net only
la this wwrid, bat also in tha world
to same aad nra win dwr yea a happy
Aye, Wlggta, it la true. As teas
as Xwra air lift er Death—that ft
there is a family circle and it mem
bara are not aaimeiad at binaat toft
aad aa they tabor thaak Ood far Hie
protection rear thorn—mnltaa that a
dona lift to the greatest gift and that
riches am bat aa iaHdwit theta la
indeed, a happy family,—Erarylfcb*.
Do |W fool oM barf ora timaT. Uri
poor book boot and stkft Do yaaj
ooffar Tiaary dioortWri T Doo*t doo- ]
pat*—profit by ;
Xra. I. C. Cola,
"Poo firm jmmrm I waa la alary wMb 1
weak Udnoya aad tor rdoako at a tteob
woo down in bad. Tko kidnoy warn
Itoaa w«ro ooaaty aad aqr baok aahad
ofaaoat mn«taa%. Oftaa tha trnoblo*
bopt aw fiaaa otaopte* aad raoralaga ’
t caald batdly cat ap. My haad aobod j
1 bad dlaay opatio aad waa aB raa
towa. Dana*. Udaty PUIa fpmvad .
mf haakk la ovary way.*
Prfca Mr. at all deal wo. Daat
dwpty aafc toa a tddnoy raaidy pat'
Mr*. Cola bad. Portar-MBbam Otu''|
Itap*, Mlblo, N. T«—-Ad*. (
Ihe Iroa Claw-Serial. Two
Mi each Monday, begin
ning May 29th. Featuring
Pearl White, Creighton
Bale and Sheldon Lewis.
Free Matinee for first
iptsode, Monday, May 29th,
1:30 P. M.
Who’s Guilty ?
Serial. Two Reels, Com
plete Story each Saturday,
beginning Jane 3rd. Mati
nee sad Night.
Dealing with vital subjects.
Featuring Anna Nilaon and
Mr. Farmer you insure
your fertiliser before you
put it In the ground, why
See ns about your Hail
Insurance before it k too
HINTON JAKES. Pres.
W. S. DUNBAR. See. & Tress.
L. M. BLUB FOB 8BNATK.
Th. undue signed eMseua of th.
Ceanty of Bmtmiad will present tha
name at Honorable »- M. Blue to rn
raaeat this Senatorial District in the
next State 8enato. H# haa s«rrad
with satisfaction and distinction in
the House of Representatives, is fa
•atHar with laatilathre proeeedinxt.
and we think that he wfllmake us a
useful and valuable Senator.
March nth, 161«.
Geo. T. rate,
A. P. Cibsou,
D. O. Wrieht,
W. N. HcKte,
R. D. Gibson,
H. H. McPherson,
J. A. McNeill,
J. B. Mason,
D. A. Pate,
FOB HOUSE OF EEPRH8ENTA
I hereby announce myself a candi
date fer the Haase of Representatives
from Soot land County, subject to the
notion of tba Democratic Primary.
T. CL EVERETT.
FOB BOUSE OP BBPBE8BNTA
I hereby announce mysalf a candi
date for the House at Representatives
fraat Scotland County, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary.
I believe in a Jaat Taxation. Texas
In its last analysis is jast what the
law confiscates of your property and
■tine mud eheald be just, we must
stay the wltheria* hand to a judicious
A. D. CURRIE.
KOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CON
I hereby announce to th* Demo
cratic voter* of Scotland County that
I am a candidate for th* Democratic
nomination for th* Hooa* of Rtpra
aentathr** fn Congress from thia, th*
Seventh Congressional Dirtriet, sub
ject to th* action of th* Democratic
Primary to be held on tha Srd day of
LEE D. ROBINSON.
KOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
I hereby announce to tha Demo
cratic votor* of the Seventh Congres
sional District that I will be a candi
date in the Democratic primary for
member of tho House of ReprcKents
ttvee in Con frees from this district.
If nominated and elected, 1 will use
every endeavor to discharge the dut
ies of the office with fidelity to th*
C. L. SPENCE.
FOB HOU8B OF REPRESENTA
We, th* anderslgnad citiaac* of
Scotland County and frieada and
neighbor* af A. E. Shaw, peasant him
name to the voter* of Scotland County
aa a candidate to represent the county
in the lower Hooa* of th* next Gen
era) Assembly of North Carolina, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
He la well euoipped for the posi
tion. He ha* filled th* office of Jus
tice of the Pcaeo continuously for
twenty-eight year*, and is. therefore,
acquainted with the need of ail classes
of our people.
He believe* in just sad fair taxa
tion and ia utterly opposed to any law
delegating powers to three men in
Raleigh to lay what our tax aaaeas
ment shall be.
Ha stand* squarely upon tha tteaa
bonorad Democratic doctrine. at
"Equal Bight* to all and Special Priv
ilege* to None."
This 6th l
J. R. Bundy,
FOR PROSECUTING .ATTORNEY.
I kmkr announce myaeif • candi
date for the office of ProeecnCiilf At
torney in the Trial Justice's Coart of
Scotland Coon ty. subject to the action
at the Democratic Primely.
GEORGE T. GOODWTN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT
1 hereby announce that 1 am a can
didate for the afSee of Clerk of the
Superior Court of Scotland County,
outlet to the action of the Demo
GoUn D. McCormick.
iori bo the action of the Pemaerettc
W. D. McLauria.
. . FOR CORONER.
£■* 1 ^2 » candidate for reflection
t* the oAce of Coroner for Rqq*«*H
County, subject to the action of tbs
J. R- JORDAN.
*,,“•****> announca myself aa a
candidate for election to the o'Tice of
Sharlff of Scotland County, subject
to tha action of the Democratic Prl
! ' _J. W. ODOR.
. . .FOR OONG'tRSS.
I hereby announce my cl.' a candi
date for Congress In the Seventh Coe
gpjealeBal District, subject to the
art ion of the Democratic primaries to
be held on Jane 3rd, 19t6.
T. B. FINLET.
» v t FOR SHERIFF.
, *»“?»“<* myself a candl
l°T g* °®er of Sheriff »t Scot
land County, subject to the action of
the Democratic Primary to be held
F, R. HUBBARD.
Democratic Candidate for Cerpora
tleu Commissioner of North Car
oline, Against W. T. Lee.
Oee of the Preaeot Com
D. L Boyd, of Haywood County, tho
“» wh® presents himself as the
D«nocraUc candidate for Corporation
Commissioner for the con aid oration of
the Democratic voters uf the 8tate
dooa so upon his experience and abil
ity and peculiar knowledge of th* dot
l** °f a Corporation Commiasiooer.
He haa had more than twenty-five
yeure experience in actually building
railroads, and haa an intimate knowl
edge of the value of land, public util
ity properties, and theorise of taxa
Hie candidacy It against W. T. Las,
one of the present Commissioners who
made the order increasing tax valua
tion* in Scotland and other counties.
COMMIMSIONKH’S 8AI.E OF HEAL
rotate, taxable water
POWER ROLLER MILL8.
roe undersigned Commissioner ap
pomted by the Soperior Cauit of
Scotland County under a decree m«a»
wjS* ♦•“fein pending wherein
V*1 rth»e* are plaintlifa
and Mildred Lytch is defendant, by
virtue of said decree and under the
poweiu veeted in him thereby, will sell
at pablie auction to tho highest btd
dar, for cash, on Monday, the 29th
**y of May. 1916, at 12 o’efock. Noon.
°P to-*2t: •* the Danief
Sr MlUa, in Scotland County,
North Carolina, all of the follow^*
described real property, to-wit:
Barng that tract at land and im
provemenu thereon described in the
petition filed by the plaintiffs in tho
*t*t«d cause as Seventh Tract,
and balng more particularly defined,
daacribed and bounded at follows:
Beginning at a point In the center
of the old run of Cum Swamp S
,'"k» the carter
of th* Public Road whore the mki
ran the old saw
Klu* «*»■ thence
,1S degrees Bast 11 chains
and M Unka to a stake; thence North
40 degrees West 8 chains and 40 links
*• f*nt*r the public road;
ehains and SO links to a staka in tha
edge of said swamp; thence South 82
degree* West 6 chains and 28
*>«♦»» « decrees
Want 8 chain* to a stump; theses
dagraea West B ehains aad 10
Unka to a stake; thence North 28 de
crees West 4 ehains and 80 Uaks to a
North 8 1-8 degress
S25L so Af*!" t# tSmme
North 88 l-a degress West to s staka
Intha old lino of tha original tract
devised to Denial 0. Lytch by the last
wffland t*tonwrt%Thff fTthT,
*• Lytch, deceased; thence
Soath 2 ehains and GO links to a
corner of said line: thanes West 2
chains and 80 links 'with mnothcTuae
taths mrnar. Blue's line; thanes
18 degrees East 28 chains to a
m tha ran of Gum Swamp;
!* the canter at tha^ibi^^idSjr
tram Laurtnburg to Bounetta
rtll*; thence South 40 degress lb.** J
Asia* and 88 links to a eornar 12
dfeatae fro* th* beginning earner;
This sate is saade by order at court
for partition among the owners, tan
antota common and is made subject
to confirmation by the Court.
Terms of Sale:’ Cash.
..Time of Sale: 12 o'clock. Neon,
M«2«My, May 29, 1918.
This 28th day of April, 111 A.
B. E. dlBSON,
Ltonrliban, N. 9*