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MOVING TUBS AND BCIXSIS.
A correspondent lag theca two
questions to tha Morfih Ahattas!
f "I. Jf a train waa malm •» a
. and at CO miles aa how and a man
is sitting on the back and of this train
■ with a man that would shoot at tha
; at* at eo miles an hdbr sad ha shoots
I from the back and at thia train in op
posite direction, artist effect would
this rendition have on tha toilet!
“1. It the man with the gun waa
an the front and at this train aad eras
jo shoot hack at a man an tha back
and of tha train, and train to be gala*
80 miles an hour and the «m would
shoot so rolls* an hour, what weald be
To which the editor replies:
“l. In tha ones yea propose, the
ballet, after it left the no, would
still move forward with tbeepecd of
the train and backward with the
Mad giver K by the powder. Since
Mat two spends art equal and appe
tite in direction, the bullet weald drop
ta the ground seder the point wham
In tGfaas# the man at whom
the ballet was shot would be killed,
if th* aim was good. ThU assy be
mad* riser, perhaps, by urittag it you
ilaid threw a hues a mis to a man
to tha rsar at tha plasa whata yon are
standing! Could you not ansa a Ms
cult ta a person ta tha next seat In a
car either toward tha (Nat or mart
If you could toss a biscuit to u person
is the next seat In a car skher toward,
the front or roar! tfynu could toes
a'Maeuit. you could firs u bullet In
either direction mid with tha usual ts
ault whan a bullet la ftrad. This mat
tor seems vary admple to us. We do
•Mbos why It causes so much dls
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Csmemn arrived
Tuaadav evening, aftoc having spent
a mouth visiting relative* at Spar
taubsrg. Concern and ChariottaT Mr.
and Mr*. Cameron expect to laavt
earls next week for their new home
at Henderson, where Mr. Cameron
will be associated with the Henderson
Dailv Dutpatch. Mr. aad Mrs. L. A.
Pender will move tote the Cameron
house, aad Editor and Mrs. O. L.
Moore will later move into the house
mow oceupiyl by Mr. and Mrs. Pender.
TUT m SUBSTITUTE KOK
Suits Tear Liver Without HiUtt
Too Sick aad Cam Nat Salivate.
Every dnntst in town—your drag,
glac and everybody's druggist has ne
tted a great falling-,* lithe sale ef
raVim si. They all give the same rea
son. Dodson’s liver Teas la talcing
"Calomel is daageeeas and people
know It, while Dodson’s Liver Ton. a
perfectly safe and gives bettor rt
salta," said a prominent local drug,
ptat. Dodson’s Liver Tone is person
ally guaranteed by every druggist
•ho setts t». A large battle coats BO
cants, and If It fafla to give eaay re
Hef in every com of "Uver sluggish
ness and constipation, yea have only
to ask for year money back.
Dodson's Liver TMe Is a pleasant
Take a spoonfal at night aad waka
ap fesliog fine; no biTioueness, akk
baadaaha. nod stomach or constipated
bafrele. It docent gripe or cause in
eenvenieoce all the nazt day tike vie
lest calomel. Take a done ef eatoasel
today aad tomorrow yua wfll feel
weaLakk and nauseated. Don't loae
a day's work! Taka Dodsea's Uvar
Tone laateart and feel See, MI ef
vigor aad amWtie«L—Adv.
I hereby forbid any pares a or par
sono to Map or harbor Minnie Chines,
D. T. Chance.
TWn July 89, 19lC
T.4NLAC BH.PED fllS WIFE,!
SIRE AND DAUGHTER
Mara* nayiL.-Tr* Haas f Hal Ml j
I'm Going to Taka M MyaSL" ■
"IVe seen enough at Tanlao and
I’m going to toko u now tu. . omt k
will ratio ra no al iadigsstton.'* sold
N. 1. Mona, popular rauvoad man of
Fhooulx. K. C.
tow obttleo of Tanlao hoeo
,.»y wife into o wall win in
after ike suffered from iadlgaaUoa.
aevoro paint In her lift lida, toes of
strength and alecplcsanooo. Then,
too, Tanlac halpad wS Hole dnagbter
gain weight and strength after doc
ton said ika kart tuberculosis. But,
moot of aB, It has halpad my father,
who suffered from advanced age, to
gain 8 panda and proportionately ia
strength. Hs'a talking Tanlac to
Tanlac It laid In Lmtriabarg by
Slue's Drag Store; Gibson. W. Z. G1V
Jan Drag Cs.; Lexington, J. B. Smith
I Bro.; Hinlat, Hoy's Pharmacy;
Fairmont, Fairmont Drag Co.; Max
ten, Barnes Bros.—Adv.
Leaving automobiles standing on
any strut in town over night pro
MuMai eat out on any atiael in
Drislag antwnobUw without 181$;
Speed Halt-10 miles on Main
itroet aad 18 mHeo par hour on rasi
daaco^ Greets. Vlolitiono of ttda or
Motorcycle riders an nouirad to
hora 1918 ttonae numbers also.
Jjrsiinj cewe on any street in town
F. M. HUBBARD,
Chief of Police.
Tbnraday and Friday af this weak
Laurtoburg and Psrirton at tba local
park will daeida who shall occupy
#rat plaaa to the Capa Fear League
in tba letaad half. Both teams are
going to wake a mighty effort to win
and tba fan* are prowdead ■ mas thing
tkay to tba way of baae ball for
| This 50c Handle Duster with every 50c
i Bottle of
* WIZARD POLISH
Wizard Polish brightens and gives lasting
beauty to everything it touches. Easy to use— ||
works wonders. “More than a Furniture Polish.”
If after giving Wizard Polish a thorough trial
you are not entirely satisfied, not delighted with
the results it produced, return the unused portion
and your money will b^ch^iil; refunded.
I it rays to Use the
Wizard Triangle ^
Polish Mop ’
nny ngtiten oonre won
mufet the dart mod re*
news the lustre of the finished floor. Gets ia the
earners. Adjustable handle.
“The Quality Hardware Shop.”
8 DUST WITH WIZARD POLISH
Don’t Neglect Your Teeth a Day
Every person—young and old-ehould ao
aulre the hadbit of brushing the teeth dagy.
Parents can do thatr children a lifetime
tavor by encouraging Che proper use of the
tooth brush until H becomes a regular habit
The^beat and sa slant way to acquire this
Wa can furnish you with any of tha bast
THE MODEL PHARMACY
THE STORE THAT SATISFIES."
i. \ ■'
"NJ'O better -nay to satisfy an
A* enthusiastic appetite than
withUnecda Biscuit. A delight,
hi] food, as appetising as it :o
nourishing and whoietoir.e. Per
fect baking, perfect protection,
taejr come to you with oven
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Called It Harris**.
Tha recant number of the Ladles'
Ham* Journal contains tha following
interesting story of Hon. Claud*
Kitchin of North Carolina, who is tha
Houaa majority leader and one of tha
really hi* man at Washington:
“Pols La Fall.tta. tha brilliant
daughter of Senator La Follett* of
Wisconsin, married Georg* Middle
ton, the ylay-wright, soena years ago,
hut as she holds advanced views span
tha independence uf woman she and
her husband agreed that she should
retain her manta* name after their
marriage. She tail* of a recent visit
to Alabama, where sba addressed
various suffrage meaCiags, and on
which the heard of a Birmingham
lady who had made an unsuccessful
attempt to engage • gardener for bar
I coutilry dIkcc.
lady. said Mies La Follatta,
called aas day upon Mrs. Claud*;
| Kitchin, wife of the Democratic Con-'
»* .war* » ho* amoa# Wa flower
bed* aa the front lawn. No one ana
mwadha* ring at tha door and aa
““W"* “d spoke
to Mr. Kitchm. who wa» attired in
BV?2JU *"* • rMtrl straw hat.
«rA°;w£* ssve af*1
‘ A Rood many yean, madam,’ he
■ “Doos tha pay yoa wellf
-About all I gal oat of it la my ‘
board and keep,’ said Mr. Kitchia.
‘“Why, come and work for me!'
■he cried, ‘in give you that and pay
you cash wager bet»Vj.‘
' “I thank you. madam,’ be rrpli#,L
‘but 1 signed with Mr*. Kitchir. for
' “Mr poor man.’ said tha lady,
don't yoa know that no such contract
I* binding in any statef That's
‘ “Skeno may call ft that,’ mid ha.
bat 1 hove always called it mar
3UR FALL tailoring opening will be
Friday and Saturday, August fifth
and ■lath. D. 0. and W. D. Wright.
CIVE ua a look Friday and Satnrday.
Tailor made suits for Fall. D. O.
and W, p. Wright, _
FOR SALE—Two «tcry dwelling with
■Jl modern convenience*. Apply to
Laorinburg Agency Co. fe-tf
FOR SALE—One 4 k. p. Fairbanks
Gasoline Engine. Now la open
cast every day at Kachaage office.
Dot gain for cash or unlit
FOUND—Presbyterian Sunday school
pin. Owner can get mam at this
office. Charge* (0 cants.
CANTALOUPE CRATK8 an hand at
Laorinburg. Can be delivered at
say time. Baa Everett Covington
or H. W. MeLaurln. 26-tf
ONE wood-hand Ford Touring Car
for aale. Gibe on Bros. 27-tf
Whmspar Yoa Need a Oe aural Toate
Tha Old Standard Grove’s TMsiai
thill Tonka la equally valuable aa a
Oeaaral Tunic because it coataiaa tha
wall known topic propirtha of QUIN PUB
•■d IRON. It actaoothaUw. Drive,
r-t Malaria. Baricbea tba Hood sad
bafldaaplha WholeSratw. X>oa»
Seasonable cut flower*. Palma. Fern*.
Floral arrangement for any occasion.
Prompt attention to oat-of-town orders.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
Phone 441-442 8 N. Tryon St. Charlotte. N. C.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE. Agents
The Folks Who Trade Here
You'd be surprised to know how many people do p.Turti
eally all their trading in the Drag line at our store. If it's
in the Drug line we bare it and y ou mar rest assured that
the quality and price is right.
Take Advantage Of Our Phone Service
No need of going down town for Drugs. Just step to
the phone and tell ue your wants in the Drug line. We wOl
fill and deliver phone orders promptly and satisfactorily.
No extra charge.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
’Phone 13 Laurinburg, N. C.
Through Pullman Parlor Car Service
Aad IrtwnwUiU Points
Effective Taeeday, Jane 15th, 1916
Via Seaboard Air line Railway Coaipany
Train Ho. 31 . Train No. 84
Lv Raleigh 8/45 am. Lv Rutherford too 700 am.
Sanford 10:10 am. Charlotte 10:10 am.
Hamlet 1830 p.m. Monro# 11:15 am. '
Wadeeboro 135 p.m. Wadeeboro 1237 p.m.
Monroe 230 p.m. Hamlet 130 p.m.
Charlotte 236 p.m. Sanford 8:15 p.m.
A# Xotherfordton 630 p.m. Ar Raleigh 4:42 p.m.
The only Railroad operatlaf throegh Pallmsn Car 8*r
VM between Raleigh. Charlotte and Rutherford ton (Chim
ney Rook.) The beat, cleanest aad meat mtiefaetory service.
JOHN T. WfeST, D. P. A JAS. KRR, JR., T. P. A.