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Most people trade with ns, anyway. Why not
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each and every one of our customers, and by so do
ing to soeure one of the moat valuable of all adver
tisements—new customers through the good words
they speak of us to their friends. This is a frank
statement, possibly n little out of the ordinary, bat
it is a feet, and it is bringing os new patrons every
day. It pays ns and it pays odr customers—AND
BRINGS US NEW ONES.
McLaurin & Shaw
’Phone No. 43
Laurinburg, North Carolina
TOURS FROM 10 to 40 DAYS
The Thoosand Island
Glacier National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Canyon of Arizona
Salt Lake City
- AND THE -
at Dan Diego, California
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Personally Conducted and Chaperoned
The vary highest dasa at aerrico, which makes travel
for pleasure comfortable sod enjoyable.
The Tours cover the moat attractive routes and the
principal places of Scenic and Historic Interest throegb*
sot the Greatest Country fa the World.
Tourist Agents, Seabsard Alt line Railway
Rakich, North Carolina
MORTZ CAROLINA 600. ■ PRE
FECT AS MODK
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Washington. Adi. 24.—Mrs. Samaal
T. Domett, whom husband came her*
from Asheville eereral rear* are, is
described ia the Washington Timas
of today a* a model for artists. The
local paper prints a striking looking
picture of Mrs. Domett.
“American wumanhood for Ameri
can allegorical figure* in art appear*
U be the *lo«an nf tbs artist* of the
, courtly," aaiJ the Time*.
, “Tii* statement ia mad* lo view of
the fact that has Just com to the
tight revealing the identity of Use
model for the Juaoeeque figure* in
Paul Harriett’s pediment for the
House of Representatives arias of the
Capitol building as a North Carolina
farmer's daughter who is aot a pro
fessional modal. _ _
“Mr*. Domett is the model. She la
Use wife of a prosperous Washington
real estate broker and make* her hem*
in this city. Because of her majestic
figure and perfect proportion* she has
attracted the attention of many artiste
and has posed for (hoes to bo pro
' served in marble or on canvass, as tbs
case may be. several times.
I “Mrs. Domett ia the daughter at
■ Captain John Milton Thrash, of North
Carolina, aad she was reared on a
farm oa the aide* of Mt. Mitchell, the
highest mountain on the American
I continent oast of tho Rockies.
I “The section of the country from
which Mrs. Domett hails Is called the
‘Ssphire Country,’ because many gems
I of that kind are found risers and tbs
deep bis* flash of the espphire is re
flected In the dear bias eyes of the
! young woman whom artists have call
•d a living Bruiahikle—a .’Daughter
■X tha God*.'
“Mr*. Doractt it Just an inch short
1 of six fast tan. 8b# atatsa ska kaa two
.brother* who are more thaa six fast,
six inches. Artist* have said ah* is
perfectly proportioned. Her full fig
ure adorn* the diploma* of sward bo
stowed by th* Panama-Pacific Expo
sition as tbs majestic allegorical fig
ure of Panama. This was made from
a photograph and enmvad by tha
head engraver of the Bureau of En
graving and Printing here.
"Mrs Domett lived in the ‘Sapphire
Country' most of her life—and she la
still well In her twenties. She grew
up on the farm. She knows bow to
ride and shoot and ban spent moat of
her life in the open. A few years ago
she went to Florida for a winter visit
end at one of the big hotels eras iatro
daeed to a foreign noblemen, an ar
tist, who was painting picture* In this
I country. He was struck by nor tns
ty and her unoaual figure, and re
quested her to nose tor him. Bbh
complied more as a lark than anything
' else. The picture was s great sue
“After her marriage, Mrs. Dorset!
met the late Max WeyL the landscape
painter, and Mr. Weyl asked her to
pose (or him. He was painting a
picture of her to prove his ability at
figure painting and portraiture. He
ms was engaged oa this picture when ho
died.1 Paul Bartlett, the sculptor, pant
8<** the figureelo be used
eo the House of Representative ye<fi
meat She appears as tha great fig. I
ore in the center of the pediment and -
a* the woman sitting at tha spinning
wheel in the center at the left of the
Whllftheae figure* were being*
made. S. Y. Turner, the morel painter,
met Mr*. Doraett and at his request
■he iwod for a number of figure* In
hi* famou* mural decoration* for the
State capital at Madiaon, Wlaconiln.*
Mr*. Doraett i* well known barn and
fa North Carolina.
mJtXm OJftT TOO
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THIS . MONTHS HITS
fleer mac aminj
P. A. P«t» MW ftj
kto the sport of
VOU may live to
I be 110 and never
feel old enough to
vote, bat it's oer
tain-eure you'll not
know the joy and
contentment of a
friendly old jimmy
pipe or a hand rolled
cigarette unless you get on taUring-termg
with Prince Albert tobnoool
P A. com— to you with m real reason for all the
gondne— and satisfaction it ofim. It is mads by
a patented proce— that rsoaov— bits and parch l
You can smoke it long and hard without a come
back! Prince Albert has always basn told without
coupons or premiums. Ws prefer to give quatttyl
ranee AiDert artoras ms kmimh pipe ma dgiivtti
eqjoymsntl And that flavor and fragr—tea and
I conlns— is — good — that sounds. P. A. just
answers the uni versa! demand for tobaooo
without bite, parch or kick-backI
Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any hardsr
than to walk into the nearest place that asfls
tobacco and ask for “a supply of P. A." You pay
out a little change, to be ears, but ifs the chssr
fulleot investment you ever made I
if. N. C.
IW. C CALDWELL
Ofljws m. Railroad Street, rear of
I ' M. A. McDougalda.
,PbMi 1J2-L Day Thai IU
AIR LINE RAILWAY
THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OP THE 80UTH
Schedule Effective Mar 28th, lflf
No. 19—825 A. M. Local for Hamlet. Charlotte and all in*
ter media to point*—Through Sleeker Wilmington to
Charlotte. Open for passenger* at Wilmington at 10 P. M.
No. 18—727 P. M 1>*chI for Hamlet, Charlotte, and ail in
termediate points,—Connecting at Hamit* for all points
North. South and South Weet. Pullman Parlor Car Wil
mington to Charlotte.
Through Daily Pullman Service Wilmington to Atlanta.
All Steel Cara. On Friday Thrpogb Sleeper.
No. 20—8:85 P M. Local for Wilmington and all intermediate
p<anu,—Through Sleeper Charlotte to Wilmington.
Passengers may remain in Sleeper until 7 A. M.
No. 14—9-07 A. If. Local for Wilmington and all intarmediata
points, - Pullman Parlor Car Charlotte to Wilmington.
Through Daily PuDmao Service Atlanta to Wilmington.
All Steel Cara. Through Sleeper from Birmingham Sat
Far additional information, as to rates, schedules, or ne
aervatioria. call on local agent or write the undereigned.
J. Wftteon, Agent H. E. Plwinti, T. P.
Lanbbnr, N. C. . Wlbnington, N. C.
John T. West, D. P. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
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