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A & Parks. Haler. ML AJry.
• ■'-* A ZMma Major. BtauawWa.
L w. Swoop. CapUla. Shelby.
JW. M. Baktneca. AdtaaaoL On*
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A B. Marrtana. Inspector LAP.
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!Mi CAVALRY MEETS ENEMY
| ton Antonio. Tim.—American sol
:tHn of Caaeial Pershing's command
I and a Coro* of CMrraoaa troop* com
manded by 0*ncral toll* On mas.
roojrftt at CarrUal. otaa nQo* south
«a*t of Ahamada. th* Mexican Hold
hnaa, and T« bum east of Otnml
Pawbln*** Ifn* of eommaaicatiea.
Omrval Pmahiac tod tom unabl*
to fat to 0*B«r*l TnBitov nay report
of tto mniMMtrt tot there appeared
to* llttl* doubt that tto American*.
B Paso. Tmaa.—AmtKu and COr
rm troop* toogbt • mnguliiary bnt
•*• only a taw tow* after Pretodmt
WHaea1* MM «af aot* vantag om
en) Carraata that tto “imrant coo
Mgu*pca»- woUM Mo* ni attack
•boa American tuna la Mexico tod
■to* forward. WKh which Rid* die
tary Ttoted w«* aot know* on tto bor
der a* no report from 0 on oral Par
Rhine had eom* Uuvnxh
. Tto romaltl** alao w*r* not known
bat nearly a score or o***ra) Parsb
lar’» man at* eaM to bar* been km
•d and tto Mask-ana were reported
to ha** teat mar* than to. toreatem
dmarlimn* war* declared by Mexican
affinal* to ham torn aaptared and
harried to Chikaakaa City aadm
S«ard. A machine can eaed by tto
Maxteana waa said to to*a dona henry
The iarn»a«»t occamd Bear tto
town of Carriaal. obs* mil** soxth
atot at Vtu* Ahumsds. th* Mexican
•tod haadgaartars In nntihti 11 Ckl
Tto dmariem* nppd wen
thought ao bate tom member* of a
troop from the Tenth Cavalry, a aegrn
rcaimant. returning tram a scooting
trip to Onamaa. Tto *Ue of Uta Hul
oan form, whose rommandor. Gen
eral Fell* Oomee waa kflled, was aot
EUROPEAN POWERS SEEK TO
PROVENT WAR WITH MEXICO
Exart Prewar* Upon Carranza As Ha
Cana Mara Aanerlwn Nat*.
Washington.—WMIa Oatxwal Car
HUa cabinet bad uder coo
tlw Awarienn rejection of
14 Car IE* recall of Qaneral
wwto wars narUnr' pula I
tfe* Mat chief to prevent'
«»*»* to war with tha Cot
nnrmflnp to adricaa tenth
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L*•*..»*. LESSONS IN CARE Aim u. c: ;:trLE8
TO PENSION OLD VETS
Om Owe Ceafa4araie Veteran CaWeto ea th* Exchange. Cat J. W. Day,
Baa Been Activa In laaHn ta ttta Wetfar* af HU Farmer rtmrriia
By • letter received from u from
Cel J. W. Day. who m a eon tin o
oaa worker ia the Exchange plant for
a aomber of yeer^ we learn that he
<■ »«w having it clever end easy ia
that wail-eared-for State "Sanatorium
aad Hoorn for Confederate Veterans"
hi Atlanta, Go. He la rapidly im
proving froai the misfortune that
overtook him while visit! mg ia Sa
vannah. Ga„ an account of which ap
peared ia this paper aeme months ago.
He suffered a weakness (a oae of the
Mood v see sis aad Hsooso of Me left
arm. Bat he has been busy during
his leisure time from week ia printing
plants, aad has boon ia comrauaica
tlou with members of Congress from
Georgia regarding the obtaining a
pension for the Confederate Veterans
from the V. & Treasury. He has sent
os eight or to* of the replies he has
received from Congressmen, all of
whom have been, and are bow, using
their beet efforts to obtain those pen- j
sions from the Government.
An a matter of information for all,
ev-Cor.federates ia Scotland county,'
regarding a little lift that may come
ia their way, we publish one of the
original letters. Mr, Day has re
ceived regarding the refunding of
178,000,008—the benefits to accrue to
the Confederate Veterans or their
While various bill* have been
framed, introduced aad discussed dar
ing tho pest three months by different
mentors (one allowing $80 per
month, without any cash gift) tho oae
w* publish below was introduced, and
referred to to Committee oo Pen.
sham, by Hon. John N. TDhaaa, of to
Third District of Arkansas, and is
new under rensiiiesaHen end the an*
which Veterans hope wOl para
It will be noted toft to O. 0. P.
(toons* who won to Use) are ia
nmy be granted to these eftofeonc*
anemias who wore to grey.
Oaayi—aa rtikb Utter.
The / etfewfay Utter frw Ccnyroae
mb Frank Park of Oeoryte, waa y
nM by Mr. Day:
Heaac of FcpraaacUUiaa.
WaaUaytoa. D. C.. ioaa 7, lilt
My dear Mr:
1 noticed fa the niaapapna ah y
court of the Confederau Totolooi'
«—It at Mrwfayhste. that endorae
•SraTa aftkh yySST""*" **!'
“That upon tha yaaaaya of thte a k
there aha be paid to aeeh eoldWr
ahoawead be tha Oahfaab Anajy
•ad to the widow of any Confederate
•Mdlor the eca. of «M0, aad that fa
•ddda to raeb payaat aah
dfara aad each widows ehall ha paid
7—tntj the Moa af ppp par amtth
aaah dartny tha j
Urea. That this a
fared by (ho United
That to tony oft too pm* fat one of
tola act the eeaa of <100/000^00 bo
That tide cot toallba to fcewiteac
•ad after He
Reunion endorses this legislation.
Government pensions to the surviv
ing Confederate veterans and their
widows haw been endorsed and
reonmmsnded by the Grand Army of
th* Republic. I believe that Congrwa
eaa wall afford to res ter* the money
improperly taken from the South tm
da» the tew governing eel rare of e ot
to® and other property during the
Tka enforcement by the National
Governmeat of the Cotton Tax Act,
during the reconstruction period from
1864 to 1868 vu clearly unconstitu
tional. Tbs money was illegally col
lected. It ia one too late to right
* wrsug, and in my opinion Congress
*oald make appropriation to return
Os aocotml of the fact that it ia im
—ftk t® And the various parties
throughout the South entitled to this
lax, I know of no hotter way of dte
ritbutiag it than for Congreoe to ap
F*'**Prtete the amount onfl—tod, which
waa approximately 878.OO0JDO0, ia the
form of pensions to tea Confederate
veterans and their widow*.
Sines the war the South baa paid
Us share of Federal pensions to the
Union soldieri, and up to January 1st,
1816, the total amount of pensions
paid to survivors of tit* aril War
(Union Soldiers) by the Government
reached the enormous sum of 84^14,
Aay time that I can serve you in
my capacity as yoiw Representative
la Congress, t trust you will not heei
tato to call on ms.
Whh highest regards sad best
wish**, I am,
Among ttinn rrw,k
aaoo who have written CoL Day about
!>*■ ^matter, ia Colonel Theodor*
The tetter la oao of personal thanks
sad acknowledgement at CoL Day’s
tetter regarding the bUL The tetter
wua signed by Col. Roosevelt and was
writtea from his Now York oAc*.
PURR POOD PRODUCTS.
Since there hee been printed a*
Meh caneerniny yin fnad and cani
and R la theater* of purity
rieenttnaao which la gaininy Am
Milinbt A Shaw eendnet Am
“PURR POOD STORK” dtUem
tton and it la a atom Otat wfR net**
w ay to Am Ml fvtnmmtm ef Am
M8t dtacHmWin* for Rs parity and
efaaaHaeaa. Tbay not only carry the
kaynt and Mat complete Una ad
etapU and fancy rmcarlaa. ymleri
rcyotaMcc, and fmitn, bat In adA
*■» n ^ *"*' “** *
methods which make far bast sue.
csss, ilocking their large eatabKeh
mut with the beat qualities of every
thing which is hand lad, and dealing
honestly, fairly, and liberally with
all their customers.
One dollars worth U given la return
for th* dollar, and full weight is al
ways measured out.
Every precaution is taken to see
that all goods are kept in a dean and
• Promptness end efficiency are
watch speeds in their establishment
and all orders are given careful at*
tendon and deliveries promptly made.
The use of -phone 43 Is Invited in
Th* Arm is eaeupoaad of W. D. Mc
laurin sad Dan Shaw.
Mr. McLaurin is Scotland county's
ever.efficient and popular sheriff and
a luge planter, and Mr. Shaw is the
active manager of the business, al
ways courteous and hustling.
Both of these gentlemen ace live
enterprising public-spirited men, and
thay fully deserve the success that
they have attained.
GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND
Thla ia osoontially tha t|> of Me
chanical endeavor*. In every profes
sion or industry, tha laventor, machin
ist and mechanic* have played a
prominent part ia bringing It ita pros
ent modem basil, and twentieth een
Prominent, both because of tho
quality and quantity of ita work and
Ho plaao aa otta of tho moot sueeeos
fully teas aged of the industrial Insti
tutions of this entire section of tha
8 to to. is tho Laurihborg M«Aint
Company, who are daoorving of spec
ial mention aa m eootsra that ia bring*
lug this city to tha front as a mam
This company does nil kinds of mh
cMm work and a general Has of re
The equipment of the plant la the
flamt ap-te-dato typo, aU the latest
■ad moot modern mothe^ in
ory being in nee here. This tom
Mned with the fact that only the
■toot expert and aUUfuf-«•
are employed, gives tho eaaarafcee
ttat only the highest grade of work
hi turned out at this plant.
Tho Lnurinbnrg Machine Company
has bom estaWished for tho peit l
yoara, and ia addition to doiiw a gen
■el marktai chop buainom they cany
In stock a lino of Mill and MmtrieZ
and Ante OappUea, also lubrknthig
olio and gaeoHne.
Thoy are thn only mal repairers of
automobile* In this entire section and
they da a targe bnatniu ia thU line
of work. The betiding ia a modem
** proprietors of
‘'df for this line of kaai
The proprtotom are Mr. W. MeN.
Lft* md Mr. Cd. a. Lytch, two
brothers, who are both goad mechan
ic* ai well a* good Imrinwa an.
Tkay mu from a good family of pee
Plo, who am hard wsrkhm, honest,
pub lie-spirited, and nnmM, and
both of tho jronag nmi.m,, are
-OMpaoffthaOMMaak." They fuity
*• ——a* that thoy k^ee
NKW OROIRB CART ARID! “RIO
TARI*—MILITIMIN RUSH TO
WASHINGTON IS STIRRED
U. R. H«».n «n Brink of Hoetllltlo*.—.
Orlm Evldoncoo Appear That Torv
alon Hao Boon Or tatty Ineroao.d—
Report of Battle of Carr Leal.
NEW ORDERS BEAR
CALL POR HAST!
organizations throughout tha
country worn straining ovary
nerve to prepare far active ser
vice on tho Mexican barrier.
. Now order# flashed over the
•dree by beoretary Baker bore
a ball for haate. Rod tape wae
eaat aside and authorisation giv
en under whloh tho state sol
dlom will bo pushed U rein
foroo tho border guards at tha
eartleet possible moment. The
entire army of 100000 men
summoned by President Wit.
eon's enll was placed directly at
General Funeton’e disposal.
rttM Headquarter*. Catena Dnblan,
Chihuahua, via wtreleat to Celumhu*.
**• *•—That Captain Lewis B. Moray
•* Trod* K. Tenth U. S. Carnlry.
either la dead or a prisoner was th*
roinitiates ranched when no report had
been received frnna may of the three
officer* who accompanied tha troops
ot the Tenth engaged In tha battle
at Carrisal. Mexican reports said
that Captain Charles T. Boyd and
Meu tenant Henry Adair warn among
Tha only word of Ute fight has beeo
brought to Oanaral Pershing by seven
enlisted men, who have straggled Into
camp. Thee* man all In listed that
General I'ellx Cornea, th* Mexican
commander and Cap tala Boyd parley
ed. apparently reaching an amlcabla
cooclaslon and that immediately
afterward the Americans war* led Into
a trap, from which the Mexican* open
ed fire upon them with oenoenled ma
Non# of th* straggler* reaching
her* war# able to give eny Informs
tlou as to the feAe of the remnant of
the 100 or more men com posing the
Baa Antolo, Texas.—The two troops
of th* Tenth Cavalry under Captain
Chart** T. Boyd, practically were
wiped oat by the attack of.the mi*
can force* under Oanaral Qomei at
Carrisal, Jnne 2. according to ladles
Hoc* given in n fragmentary report re
ceived by General Pension tram Gen
General Pershing'* message listed
that seven aurvlvort in all. have reach
ed the main column. All were enlisted
men. but the report did not eny
whether there were pou-eomml*alon*d
officer* among them.
According to the atorlee of the »ar
vlvor*. as outlined la Qeneral Parah
tag's report, a mounted fore* ot Mexi
cans made a ahargi from tha dank of
the American troop* at the conclu
sion of n parley between Cept. Boyd
end General domes at th* same time
that a raaehtea gnu opened am from
th* front aa Oenaral demo* reached
U* Mae*. Qapt. Boyd had ordered his
mam to dismount aa the machine gun
opened dr* and tha oomMmed effort
of th* Mexleea charge, the machtn*
gun Bra and the rta* Bra from the
Mexican garrison of Cervianf. which
almost had surrounded th* UttU Amer
ican force under cover of the parlay
sought by General Gome* to dtecuae
whether CapC Boyd should ha allowed
(e pee* through th* town, stampeded
With their mounts gone, cemght
without means of escape, ringed about
*u three sides with the Ira of SB
overwhelming fore*, the fate of tho
little detachamnt le believed by offl
eera here to here been sealed. It le
leered thet only the most stupendous
lack, becked by deep amt* valor, could
have extricated Capt. Boyd's mem
Dram th* trap.
OOMCRCM TAKM V MO NOUS
Approve Prccldont WHwn'i Um of
National Award lit OrMo.
at ProaMant WOooa’o wo at tho No
Poor I Oaard to tho Mexican crlot*
waa voted alOMt* aoaalateaoty by Coo
pon la adopting a roooOattoa doctor
aad ptxiic (ho praatiamt a troo head
to draft ao Podaral oaldlonr an pirli
■M wIWdc to taho tho roftnO oath.
By tho ruhotlwi 11000.000 vrotM
ha apo»ONo*od to ayi dapoBdaot
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