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tw ywMhW of Th« Terhsags r*
icrets U giro op Mr. Mac Cameron
from the naff of Ak paper, »
rwilifnt of which appeared la our
last iaaae. At Uw mm tbae A giro*
H pleasure to announce that wa have
•ararad the services of Mr. Odom L.
Moore of Qwihaf County, who will
All Am Doaitkm ber*tofort occopitd
Vy Mr. Oaitroa that of associate
MhaiA Mr. Cassoreri 1 seres « to
taka a position oe the Henderson Gold
leaf, end the my hast wishes at tins
cdBeafaBatrhfaa. Ths poopie s< Hce
jam wig Sad la Mr. Csmoroc a
saw Said, if given tho opportmrittr
parlance In the ocwspoper work, her
tag dons service with the Csatooia
we foal sore the people of Lssriabstrr
•ad Scotland County will ted Mm
shown hta win ha appreciated by The
W HERE SCOTLAND LEADS.
In th« Mtk aaatavcaarj edition of
4m Trrhanpo look «wk wc presented
an array of ftpares and fart# nMt*
to tha county, which will be an eye
opener to people not already acquaint
ed with the merit# of Scotlaad.
In addition to a loaf Eat of tnsUnc
ca. Which aa ahowo last week, places
Scotland in the front tanka era wuh
here to drive heme another fact, which
tma peekmpe act keen realised by
Eeattand rank* aacead la crop pre
coaoUcs of North CaraUna, the per
capita pwdmdiia bedny 1604 for every
person la farm track in Um
eoanty. The farm me of thU eoonty
know how to eon the soft Into pro
A fertile and rasp cartas aaO aad
the application of Madera aaicatthc
patadplaa la * cnahttotim that ia
hard te hart aad In this caapaat
Scotland la aacand to mas.
Once ten* was aa oM codyer who
aaid i Mirth Ms to the effect that yon
caa net feel aB the people all the
thaa. We sip art tea ia one T.
Dmeavrt^ taiTif^Mty^wptrinui to
A WORD non ML MOORE.
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lun wrought nobly la Out mum •<
the common gaud.
A* we Mi sheet we *m evidences
of thrift, enterprise, ladmtijf aad
foresight. W* am young men in the
first power* *f manhood taking their
piece* la the make of workers, men
hi middle life engaged hi the eternal
•tmggle for primacy ta business end
ta the prof>miuni, aad older atm hi
whom bosoms the fires iTiilleiieiil aad
whom hearts am tree.
Scotland, with Its breed acres of
cotton, oora, cental on pen aad water
melons, It* school*. ckMikee, *ad
kingly people sad hospitable homes.
I* the peer «t any county la tha
I am glad that my eye* have come
ta a knowledge of the glory of this
fair section, upon which the gods
fhemeetve* are went to emtte. Aad I
am thankful for the larky stare that
have brought my feet ta press the
fertile soil of Ceuaty Scotland.
ODUS Is MOORE.
The county commissioners, Mmn.
D. C McNaill. chairman. W. G. Buia
anti W. F. Parker, mat in regular
monthly a melon at tha court house
Monday. The only hnelnase of Im
portance, outside of regular matins
matters, transacted, wee the appoint
ment of Mr. U B. Ciheon of Gibson
as rami policeman foe WHHsmson
township. Tide township has been
artthout such an eCctr for about four
Tnsedsy tbs rammleaiemn mot
egnia and the principal hneinem of
this session was the settlement with
Sheriff W. D. McLeurta for taxes for
the year 1BU. Sheriff McLeano'e
report foe the year area a splendid one
and in tewing with records of other
yonrs made by this highly oapahle
The editor is Indebted to Mr. Jama
M- Gibson of Qibsen. knots 1, for fee
•ret of fee new crop of cantaloupes.
Mr. Gibson btoapht two of fee Scot
land Gem variety to tide oOce Friday
of last weak. He states feat he had
cantaloupes for Ms ova table see aU
of last week and will be«ia mslrfn*
shipments this Week.
k« fee editor fee fast iwntelnnm
of fee swansi is worthy of our cam
man dattoa and always pets ear hearty
Notice to CerrsapendeeU.
Tito Kachmage waste a live-wire
rorrsapsadiat in every section of the
cownty. We want to poMUh the
newt of Scotland county tad in order
to give ail the new* tr* mart hare
geed eerreepondenta tn A* rarioue
teetlone and at the different towns
tkreagheut the eeaatp- V you think
you weald like this work, ws shall be
pleaeed to hare ye* call te sea ua, er
write oe a letter, and we that I be glad
to teaks arrangements to cooperate
with yea hi gettiag the aa**»
AM About BcolUad Count j.
Wb now knbw more about Scotland
county than wa over knew before, be
cause wa have had aa opportunity to
tat better acquainted with that splen
did North Carolina county through
the anniversary edition of the Leu
tiabum Exchange, published at I the
thriving eonnty scat. Editor J. P.
Wiggins and Associate Editor Mac
Cameron got a move an thee* because
of the 34th anniversary of The Ex
change and the ldth birthday of the
caauty, but they mods of It the oeee
ohm of Winging the county of Scot
land and the youag cKy of Lanrin
burg ta public notice In a way to
foweftdly taiprea* every oaa who has
read the paper.
The edition was a 20-page paper
containing matter emphasising the
Importance^ achievements and pros
pects of the county and the county
•eat. County and town history here
tofore unwritten was published In at
tractive form, and certainly everybody
who has read the paper net only ap
preciates the enterprise of the pub
Ushers but places high valaa upon
•*•<7 feature of the publication. The
Publicity given to Scotland to Inesti
mable, and aa the means of dalag the
work ao effectually, The Exchange
proves iU own great value to its city
The Star prof oases to partiality Car
both the people and the potentialities
of Scotland county, a sweet riTtoinaT
that has put many an elder eonnty to
the blush- The Exchange claims that
Scotland to “flrut" in a whole lot of
things and wa are ready to believe
whatever to said of a section of sueh
exceptionsbla adoptabilities and ad
vantages. Indeed, there to so much
that can be said about thia inoom
pemblo portion of the State that wa
hero to resist the tnaptatisa te flU op
The Uwtafcerf eomee to
■a this moroing with twenty page* of
interesting matter concerning the past
aad presort of Lsurtnbuig and Scot
bad county, in celebration of the
thirty-fourth aanfreraaiy of tbs
feeeuUng of that excellent paper. The
owner. Mr.'J. P. Wiggins, of Maxfioa,
and assistant editor, Mr. Mae Cam
ecen. and an occnerted with this Sae
written are to be congratulated open
Ma aeat appearance aad ralaabte con
There ie one eed note eeaaeetad
with this buna—the eeeeiini sffstil
that Mr. Cameron severe his Benaei
Uon with the paper to take a position
with the Henderson Gold Leaf and
TImm papers ara to
will ho succeeded by
L. Moora, of Moots*boro,
county. W« welcome Mr.
is dsad. Long 11 vs tbs
Laurinburg Exchange, one at
sprightly weeklies hi Ihs Old
Stats apd one whose aim is
for tbs progress of its communi
sat this week with a special
rhich Is a corker in every
is an anniversary issue and
etioo is complete, with glory
and with big benefit to
and Scotland county, aa it
tha song ef these spats,
• mess of moot interest
information. It paints bright tbs
of future development and
K In a frame of optimism.—
Jane 29 the Laurlnburg Kv
ch^Pm*« issued an anniversary edition
_^Btha occasion of iu thirty-fourth
i^PltUsjr. The edition ia a handsome
gX.u at twenty pares, 6Ued with good
j^Hsd interesting matter, and the editor.
iTM^fshiug and Scotland County Kara
"'111 of this fine show of
■BP^T>%^baeK and —vefai ^u<»»
■pttrpriae and progress.
■ ' Stotland ia a young county, having
‘3wi formed In 1900. It repreeenta
t"®fo distinct sections—the sandhill and
flf^kwood regions, which bear a strife
int^B contrast to each ocher, and the
fflh of separation is distinct—Fey
' *> Wane ter Overman, at the request of
-*r•Kerry Oewford, eon ef the lata
nJrnh|ieeeiaaii Crawford »f Waynaa
wnrtDe, for admiaaion to the Military
•*:x> Meadses y at Waat Point July 10. This
a rault qf the exam tnatiaa bald
** law • last, at which there was not a
• ^Wliliut of eiigihlm to ill the
•tlobriatlng Young Crawford
*Ma aaalor at the A. and M. Collage.
Week and $i
Mask tad Duch|, 9
Goad Aato—bfla Row
MRS. E. a
BRINGS, N. C.
to $12.00 per
2.00 per Day.
viuiiif, Pool, TtBik
b la Every Direction.
: BLISS, Mgr.
; c - f
*. Paha*, F«ni.
SCHOLTZ, X. lie Florist, Inc.
PboO* 441-4M. S M. It CWlottt, M. C.
/_ «*»» not*. Ammu
Take a Jitney Joy Ride
Here's a trip you witt
oqky. The spicy road
leads straight to the .
grocer mart—and Zu Zu,
the spicy little snaps that
G*™*ny up to Juna l, according to
British tabulation, has lost a total of
2,914,586 soldiers, of whoa 784312
wars killed; 1351,662 wounded, and
&58.GIS Missing or taken prisoner*.
Lauwnbvm splits with
I PAR* TON. “
Laurtnburg took om gam, ,f . twia
"W««> Pkrittan here Thars
day and Baiurdhy «f last wwk. The
Saturday game was tarried over from
rriday on aoeuant of rain.
Laarinbury took the opening game
by a Mon of 4 to t McNeill was on
th# mound for the locals and waa op
P«Md by Rogers McNeill had the
beat of the bout and wa« given loyal
support by hie team males, both in tbs
defensive and oa tbs offensive.
in the second engagement Lamb
•hot ’em ever for the locals and gave
splendid account of himself, and bad
lbs locals found Kiaharr'a deliveries
M often as tbs visitors bit Lamb,
here would doubtless have been a
different tale to tell. But It was
simply too much Fisher. The locals
sn counted some hitters sad usually
get a goodly bunch out of ovary
game, but in this particular engage
ment not a man succeedsd in pulling
down anything that looked like a hit.
The gams was one of tha prettiest
seen hors this season. The scon was
4 to t.
WHI cun SheoaadnL Nm
Are convenient at all seasons,
but during the
COOD OLD SUMMER TIME
i th« y fairly shine.
Because: Nothing Gets Hot But
the Iron—the room, the temper,
the operator, all stay cool—and
^tteifSfi kt&pg'-on staying hot,
just the right temperature—as
long as it may be used.
And the price is only
J. D. Sanford & Son
“The Quality Hardware Shop.”
THE NORTH CAROLINA C0IXJB6E OF AGRI
CULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS
Yoon* men melting an education which will equip then for
practical life in Agriculture, end all Its allied branches; ip
Civil Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; in C
and Dyeing; ia Texttepr other Industries, and in
total teaching will findcxeelleat pro. Moo for their
earewa at the State's greet technical College. This
flta men forHfsby giving firaetieal inatroction as won as
thorough idratnle odocmtfon.
Foot year courses to Agriculture. hi Chemistry, to Civil,
Electrical and Mechanical Engineering sad to Texti'e Indus
Four year, two yehr. one year, and summer Normal cours
es to Agriculture. Numerous practical short courses.
Entrance examinations held at each oounty seat on July 18.
Brand New From Factory To Too*
I CM mv# you mo 00 on a Typewriter and tell yc °oe
ee pood or better than the other fellow.
A tlM.00 Machine For $6?.M
Guaranteed for 10 yearn, and yon can pay for It at f*® Hr
lee me or writ* me before yea buy,
D. J. EVERETf
Tfcu lypawrtter Man, UaHHM* N, C. |