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CHARLOTTE, rutf~~: rdton
And lalormodtate Potato
Effective Tueeday, Jut 15th, 1*15
Via Seaboard Air Hat Railway Company
Train No. *1 Train No. 84
V* BaMgh 8:45 ia Lv Rutherfordton 7:00 am.
8onfoed 10:10 am. Charlotte 1010 am.
Hamlot 12*0 pm. Mooroo 1105am.
Wadootam) 140 p.m. Wadaatwro 1207 p.m.
Meaiee 840 p.m. Hamlot 140 p.m.
Charlotte . 840 p.m. Sanford 0:15 pm.
Ar Rutherfordton 540 am. Ar Rataigh 441p.m.
The milp Rattraad operating through PnHnmn Car 8er
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Death fleadaj Aftenmau.
Many hearts la Scotland county
were burdened with grmt sorrow Sun
day afternoon whan the anaswin
meat came boaring the Utafhgoaoe of
the phasing of Mra. Kate A. Middle
^ whuaa doath occurred just at the
cloae of the Sabbath day at the heme
•f her sister, Mra. D. Z. Hardin.
“God touched her with his flager
and she slept", the poet wrote. So
*• «»*y ray of thie good womaa—
"God touched her with his flager sad
she slept", but not until a beautiful
life stretching out over a period of
eighty-on* years and four months wms
lived, a noble example of patience, fi
delity to truth and faith eras given.
She waa a true friend, and her devo
tion to those she loved, and to her I
dsar friends, would make a bright
I chapter in any life. Her journey
.through lifa was a path marked with,
deeds of kindness and cheer, and nob
only do her loved ones mourn Inf
passing, hut her friends, and the/
are many, mingle their heart felt
grief ss well.
8he wae born in Scotland county
and loved the land of her nativity end
gave all of her life to it* good. More
than sixty years ago she connected
hereelf with the Laurel Hill Presby
terian church and was on* of it* old
est members at her death.
Naturally her health, because of the
bonlen of ymsra, had net been strong
for sometime .peat, but up until u few
days before her paeuing ah* waa aa
well and aa strong as ueusL Sunday
she began to show clrns of a rapid
weakening, and at six o'clock the
The funeral, which was attended by ^
• great concourse of sorrowing frieads j
end relatives, was held at the bow}* /
of her sister, Mrs. D. L Hardin Toes- j
day morning at 10*0 o’clock, and was
conducted by her paster. Rev. J. H. ]
Dixon. The interment was made at I
the city cemetery. j
The floral offering* were most pro- (
fuso and beautiful, speaking tenderly
of the great love aad devotion of
those who brought them as a last
token of that love and esteem.
Mrs. Middleton is survived by two I
sisters, Mrs. T. J. Breeden, of Ben- i
nettsrill*, R. C.. and Mra. D. I. Her
din, of Laurel HUI township. She is
slso survived by three nephews, Mr.
Russell Middleton, of Jacksonville,
Fla., Mr. Joseph Middleton, of Wil
mington, Mr. John MlddletoU^-f
Brunswick, Ga„ and on* Deice, Mrs.
D. A. Smith, of Laurinburg.
Mr. T. J. Keizer Join* Company at
More head City.
Mr*. Stoele, of Virginia, vu tho
«“••* of her lister, Mr*. W. F. Thcm
*a the past week.
Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Fetser, of
Wade*boro, were the (vest* of their
•on. Mr. T. J. Fetser, Jr., Is*t week.
Miaaa* Mildred sad Willi* Gibson
***** the week-end in Dillon, 8. C,
with Mr*. J. C. Adams.
Mr. R. D. Herndon has moved into
hie new home.
Mr. J. A. Mills, of Tabor, was a
Gibson visitor Boaday.
Mr. T. J. Fstaer, Jr., a member of
the National Guards, lsft to join his
company at Morshaad City Batanlsy
Mr. J.' C. Adams, of Dillon, 8. C,
visited in Gibaon last wash.
Mis. Woodall and Mrs. Bluett, of
*•>«*«*». are the gnaate of thair Miter,
Mrs. Z. L. Gibson.
Dr. J. M. Gardner left Tee*day
minting for Aohovillo who* ho will
ottond tho State Dental Aeaecfetle*
meeting. Mrs. Gardner is vieitlac la
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Banter, of Mon
roe, wars tho gnoots of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Melania last week.
Gasoline Drops to 15c Per
Gallon by the Installation
of Our Compensating
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Can ba atuched in 5 minute*. N° wiju«rmenU needed. No eooacetiotw-eUaptr top
wH ind screw in.
• _ NEVER HAS TO BE ADJUSTED
Make* starting aaay-Pi ta^
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Attached in five minute*
Never wear* out-Fit*
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If Yoar Car Haa Any of The— Waaknewa You Naad tke COMPENSAT
ING VAPOR PLUG.
Do** your ear in aetnai usage develop any of these nymptonu ?
1- Did you ewr try to start your motor and have it spit and die ?
2. An you afraid ef one or more bills that yuu have tried to -»-i- oo high T
8. Do you make a quick get-away ?
4. Are you eonUnually apologizing to y our friends because your engine Is a noise-maker ?
6. In a friendly brush on tbs road bars yuu Usen just "nosed oatT”
All these defects will be • thing of the past one* you equip your car with the CeapenZ
sating Vapor Plug under our money-badt if-dot-sa'isfled guarantee.
McCOLL HARDWARE CO.
Affenta Marlboro and Scotland Coontiaa
McColl, 1 South Carolina
ON SALE AT LA UR INBURG AT J. D. LYTCH’S GARAGE.
We have just received a car load of the
famous Nissen Wagons.
We have them in One and Two Hone,
Round and Square Hound.
The Nissen Wagons need no praise in
any quarter—they are the last word in
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We urge you to call at our stable and
see this display. If you will do this, we
are sure you will buy the Nissen.
J.T. ostick & ro.