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It Ithg feaai that than an more
than one entry far each of the offices
at Sheriff at Scotland Coaaty and
ffapraMBtattva btn a—County
in'the Raaaa at Bepraoeatstlve* ia the
General Assembly ef North CaraUna
for tba Democratic primary. it ia de
clared that there baa been no noari
antion far aaid offieaa aad that tha fei
kahC are the candidates whin
ns wee will appear oa tha official
Democratic ballot to ba voted ia tha
primary of Juae Urn IhiH, to-wit:
- For Sheriff at Westland County—
m. D. MeLsurin, J. W. Odom aad F.
For Kepi mantativar ia the General
Assembly of North Carolina—T. C.
Kraratt, A. X. Shaw aad A. D. Cur
At tha aaid ■eating it waa ordered
by the Board at Elections that the fol
lowing ««lm aheald govern the hold
ing of primaries far tha aalaattoa at
candidates far township and precinct
That the registrars and Judges of
elect isn to tha several products of
Scotland County shall provide a bal
lot baa for each political party in
which shall ha dapaaitad the ballets
of the voter* ia aaid primary elect!ea
far their choiaa for nominee ef each
political party for an township and
precinct offices sad it (ball be the duty
of the aaid registrar* and judges at
aisriton to count rim aaid ballets de
posited ia said township boxes and
make retan thereof to tha Cauety!
Beard at Elections at tha eaaaa time I
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LADIES THIS IS TO YOU
It ia an easy matter for any woman to remain
young and fresh in appearance these days. Itia all
in the eare you exercise and in the quality of the
Ifcee me pi and other toilet preparations yen dee.
. Oar toilet artktoa are very Ugh grade, and yet
we st|| thJm at popular prices regardless of their
* We will be delighted to show them if yon will
honor oa with a call.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
TImm 13 Luriitaif, N. C.
You Can I
• Do It! !
You, anyone can auks II
GOOD ICE CREAM
with a PEERLESS FREEZES and with littla II
Eaaiek Thing In The World
;' ahmet, to Make the moot >»■ md health*
fal frown desserts to anlinlted variety with 0 I
Peerleee Froeaer. Freeses smooth, fine and firm
to t adaatoo There’s no dessert more heath fuj
and everybody Hkes It.
to over 4# years have heeo kiia— u Freezers of
QoaHty. Batter get a PEERLESS today and
hove often year own lee meat that yoo know hi
/ pVMe itDlgd rtcooiM6id ttMHfee
“Ao Eaey to Grind am a Wateh to Wind.’’
PiLY AS YOU GO I
Under the State PltaM) Election
Law where only ooe aaptrmnt far nom
ination by ooe party SI— aottee for
any cm office in Cooety, State or Dis
trict, he beco—ee the nominee for that
office and bis name do— net go oo the
official ballot in the Primary.
Since there it only one aspirant for
sarh of the officee in the cemcy, state
sad district ha the li—ublhua party,
they axe already the nominees and
there will consequently be no Repobll
eaa ballot in the Primary at Jane Sid,
except the National ballot, '-i .
The Republicans of this eeanty are
mged to vote their choke for the
Republican iyi In— for Piettilmpt and
Vies President of the United States,
end they am waned against partid
pattag in the Democratic Goaty and
State Primary, a thte will dJeqnaRfy
the- from voting te the Bttaihljioa
National Primary box'.-' dBaa
By a recent ruling of IkT^/
General of North Carol tm— Attorney
. k, no votm
has the right to rote in the Primary
put otf the Democratic ballot and part
6t the Republican ballot. i
I therefore adrlae all Republicans
to go to tba Primary and vote their:
choice far the Republican National
ticket and atay out of the Democratic
W. H. COX. 1
Chairman Republican Executive Com
VOTE FOR HON. U. L.
SPENCE FOR CONGRESS, !
May 22, 1916.
My dear Sir: 1
A farmer myself, farming be*
lag my sole occupation, having
; been repeatedly honored by the
farmers uf Moore*County, and
.realizing that more Utah 80 per
i cent of the voters of this Con*
: gross tonal District art farmers,
jit la natural that I should fed
'vary deeply and very alacerely
■ interested in the candidacy for
: Congress of a man known to all
the farmers of this county to be
| in thorough sympathy, with the
Used* »u4 Wma^nf Ih^fZrcrr^
•Srch a man is Hon. U. L. Spence,'
at Carthage, Moore Coenty.He
! knows from actual experience all
l that farm Mfe means.
• In early youth he was left
fatherless, with a widowed
mother and several small broth
ers and sisters dependent upon
him for support and education.
I His only means of support was
1 what he could make on a small
farm, like many another no
I Me youth he set his heart aad
&■«<» to Um (ask. By hard work
and the cloeemt economy, he
made a living for the family and
. sent the younger children to
school. As the younger chil
dren grew up they helped one
■nethrr aad all became well edu
cated and successful.
Mr. Spence had an ambition
- >»■•>?»■ ir'K.'sJ;
■SI I gg lawyers In the State,
and withal ene ef the meat trust
Notwithstanding the fact that
ho has achieved sacceee, fame
end Influence, he still retains a *
etacere internet la every move- *
meat for the welfare of the far- J
mere aad the boya and gfcrle an ■
the Cana. He has never forgot
ten the anatom aeamme an the,
farm, the aeed time aad harvest, j
the Jtys aad sorrows, the anc* ;
eeeeee aad dtaappetatauats that
emae to na afl. I
When 1 was Farm Demon-,
atrater for Moore County aad
wlmn I was conn acted in an off-!
fldal capacity with a farmer's
organisation in the canty I had
ample opportanity to confer;
wtthaad to ohoerve Mr. Space,
end I can say that I always
reoad him the friend of the
farmer aad ever ready to tend a
hay«Mrhai»d h» a* their worthy
' As S rsnssr I can my is iM
teSMM sf fMs district that If
they waat to voto far tau who
Is aad always win Iw tho traa
frtsad of tha farmar yaa win
** “ISSSJ* iUffJR
aaowarlac say lattar
aloac ths Baa if Us
this mat aad ra
" K. C.
THE WIDE, WIDE WORLD.
H«Mwh|» Throughout the World
. ToM ia Brief.
A drunkard in Kantai City, Hr, of
fered BUljr Sunday $1,000 U the evan
gelist would cave hint. “Go boil
youraalf," replied the revivaUat “I
taut aave yon."
Many delegate* to tha Republican
convention in Chicago will sleep on
steamers anchored oo Lake Michigan.
Thaos room*, it is claimed, will be the
coolest in the city.
Nearly 100,000 french troop* have
heea decorated since the outbreak ef
the war. The decoration* include 1,900
croisee of the Legion of Honor, 4Cv
000 military medal* and morn than
100,000 war crosses.
Sarah Bernhardt, French actress,
ha* returned to Pari* after a three
day tour of the French battle line.
BULLETIN OF IMPORTANT EX
. »2XJU to Orlando, Florida.
terian Church. Tickets will ha eold
May 16 to 1®, raduahre, limited re
tumJu* until June S.
IHJU tb New York City.
Account General Federation of Wo
tnen'a Clube. Ticket* will be acid
May 21, 22 and 23, limited returninc
until June 6.
For further particular* rccardinr
the abort and other reduced fare ex
cursion*, apply to
P. O. FOWLER, Ticket A#t-,
| Pembroke, N. C
ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
The Standard Railroad ef the Seutk
During that than aha gave six par
fermancea before Praoch eeldlerm. 8ha
decUree that playing briar* each
tisnia was tha iarompe ruble mot In' '
If American smokers oonttaea
smoking clgarettoe through the year
nt the sale they consumed them dur
ing the first three months, it is esti
mated tha total production for tha
United States In l*l« will reach «V
000,000,000. Lari year the total waa
Two prisoners ware killed and an
other wounded as a result of a one
man mutiny in the state prison at
Nashritle. Tern., this week. Jady
Harris, who canned tha trouble, was
shot and killed after he had wounded
two other primmer*, ooe fatally, with
a rifle snatched from a guard.
Mrs. Nicholas Papp shot and killed
her husband while he was nt work in
a munitions plant in Bridgeport, Conn.
It ia alleged the shooting occurred
after he had refused to give up gamb
ling associates to whom he had tost
over $1,500 in a few weeks. Nr*.
Papp la undar arrest.
Elisha Lett, of Coffee county, U*_
obtained a set profit of $5495 from
160 seres planted in peanuts lari yssv
After the vines had been taken up
Lott turned 800 hesuf of hogs Into the
Hold surd they gained an average of
76 pounds per hog. The hay from
. the field waa a source of additional in
Only five per cent of the enormous
amount of bosineee bow going con
ducted In the United Bute* la de
pendent on the wsr in Europe, accord
ing to a statement made by Secratary
of Commerce Radfield. Secretary
Radfield insists tyerc would be no In
dustrial slump If the war were to
Robert W. Spaar, long a storm can
tar in politic* in Denver, Col-, waa re
dacted mayor in a recent election,
which alio repudiated the commie
el on form of government.
Everingtpn’s Druf Store _
UaiVersITy of North Carolina "
CHAPEL HILL. N. C.
Maximum Service to the
People at the St tte
The Summer School for
Teachers—June 13—July 28
(Writ* for cotupl«t« »ooOTUL«ntaO
* Excureion Rate Tickets
The Summer Law School
June 15-August 25 '
Regular Session Opens
Students who expect to enter
for the first time should complete
their arrangements as early m
, possible. 21-2S
Laurinlnurf, N. C.
Best money value on the market.
Write or call on
A. L. & W. P. Breeden, Jr.
Bennettoville, S. C.
Agents fur Beotian* *pd Marlburu Canntka