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WHAT HE DID ON 91AM A TtUL
XmutiMi hurt of a Latter Car
rier te aa Indiana City.
A latter carrier In Indianapolis
worked M years on no Income. ef
$1,000 a rear or leas, and only ra
•aaUj toolkit bare riaea as high as
Tart 2Ja*man today says that Prtvi
dawrs baa been kind to him: aad wall
ho may say so, for thia le what he has
Bo has reared and educated a fam
ily of four boys aad two girls.
Three ef the boyt and one of the
biris have bean through college—in
part, no doubt, by tbeir own effort*,
though the parents deserve credit for
so rearing them that they were wil
ling aad able to help on the college
ttettne boys echo want to college 1
are civil engineer* with good sow-!
tions, and the girl who west to colWg* I
la a teacher of physical training. Two
of the boys helped build the Panama
canal. On* of thora wee is the engin
eertng division six years, and is aow
examiner in civil engineering for the
United States evil serves comoiiaalsa
at Washington. The other was with
the Panama railroad eight years, and
le new In Alaska with the United
States engineering commission. The
third bey le assistant superintendent
of maintensace and right of way with
an important railroad.
The youngest boy didn't go to col
lege, but did got all the common
■chnole could giro him. and ha* a
splendid position as managing salsa
man with a groat corporation. The
gtri who didn't go to oolioge took a
high school course and remains at
home with her father and mother.
Every child horn to thia family got
a fair start In Ufa and le doing weU.
The heme from which they emerged
into the world is the kind erf home
which the foundations of tho repoblk
And It wm aD done on 91,00 a year!
North Carafe* Knitting Milk aad
TK«t* ora eighty-seven knitting
mffli la tka State ai thk time, an ui
of raw material. The’estlmstid v.U
oa of the output of 01 of tho mil la k
*13 413.15 and 76 of tho milk oourste
11441 epiudlea and 67 of tho milk line
lfi<H sewfng machine a. These Anna
an given out by Commissioner of 1st
bor and Printer M. U Shipman.
Thu report also shows that than
an four silk mills with *3.023,000
capital and using *7,000 apindisa, 61*
komamid operated by POO horse puw
Than are Ava woolen mill a urith
They uae 1,000,000 pound a of raw ma
terial, approximately with *1421467
value of a* nual output. The alia
milk uaaJ276.000 raw material. They
employ 805 persons and the woolen
mllte employ 600 and tho knitting
mllla about 1460 persona
Quickly restored to tt* natural oH
final color In n few day■ with Mil
dredina Hair Remedy. It la nut a
dra. Baanoyea dandruff and uukra
tha hair eWn. fluffy, abundant and
j**at^ul. nple mailed for 10 centa
too a Drag Store.—Adr.
Apportionmaht of 910/100,000 to aid
tha Btatea in tho conatrueUon of rural
Cat roads—tha ascend annua] distri
tion In accordance with tha Federal
aid mad law—has been announced by
Secretary Houston, of the Department
of Agriculture, tha funds are the
apportionment for the fatal yaar end.
wfll rsooieo tS2&,783 as bar portion of
this fund. '
dear, steady light of the
Rayo Lamp makes thinking
Itseoft. mallow glow tor tt
fol to the eyes.
Steadier than gas— no. »
reetfal than electricity—
cheaper than either.
Uae Aladdin Security Ofl—
the moat economical kero
sene ofl—tor boat results.
stabdakd on. company
Attractive Personally Con
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THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
JANUARY . FEBRUARY . MARCH
Jacksonville *■ St. Augustine Palm Reach
Miami Xe? West * Bdnma
Cuba Natan saa Panama
Gulf Of Mextoo New Orleans lf«wM Gras
Aad Men/ Other Reeorts of the Weet Indies.
Toore of Fifteen, Twenty, ted Thirty Daye Duration. Cov
erfog Many Points of Historic Interest Through Beauti
ful Tropical Beanery in Nearby Foreign Lnnde and Psaca
ful Voyngee on Southern Sene.
‘ Spkndld Itinerarica' Attractive Pertiee
PereonaMy Conducted Throughout by Mr. C. H. Getttoand
Chaperoned by Mn. Gertie..
Writi for Booklet.
Toariat Afcmte SeaWrd Air Line Railway
BaMgfc, N. C.
Patronize Our Job Department
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BOX DISCRIMINATES IN FAVOR
Would Gl»« Wee* Point Grad antes of
UU Rook Over Mm Who Rise
Washington, Fob. »—Senator
Wanks, of Massachusetts, la tho eu
thor of o bill which la said to correctly
raflset tha santianoot of tho army of
Deem towards tha man who eoms to
at tho “aldo door" as they doocribo
mmmlsrtoaed officers who hava sot
had tha advantamt of Want Point
training. Tha bill provides that the
graduates from Weat Point Military
academy from 1016 to 1921 Inclusive,
•hall talc* rank tamodlatoly bolow tha
cad«t last graduating frum tho acad
emy. The moaning of tha bill is that
tha young man of the country who era
commissioned through examinations
aad tho enlisted men who pass suc
cessful examinations as provided by
the law and are eligible for commis
sions must bo set behind In grade the
cadets who come from West Point to
The effect of the bill la to place ca
dets, who ha» a not yet entered West
Point, but who will graduate four
yaan from now, ahead of tho officer*
who have entered the army from civil
llfo aad by 1P21 will have had five
to oix yean active service as officers
la tha army.
It la not necessary to state that tha
proposed measure is heartily condemn
ed by the officora who have recently
gone Into the army from dvfl life and
these who are familiar with its pro
visions and believe in a square deal.
Under the present system the Weat
Peiat cadets are being graduated af
ter leaving high school and serving
abom throe at Went Point, hot still
they are V\ot coming fast enough to
produce.all tho officers needed. Tho
Csngvaas provided last year for ob
taining about 1500 additional offioara
from civil life and many are now Id
tho army after having passed rigid
examinations with credit to them
In Urn event of tho Passage of ilia
Weeks bill these 1/200 officers must
take rank in 1021 behind tha second
lieutenants just out of school, even
though they have the moat rlgeroai
«x primes aad wader tha moot val
iant Berries to their country during
the next several years.
New AbHUh fee Nwwm People.
The greet nerve tecta—the lam owe
5 grain toaolina tablets—that will pot
rigor, vim and vitality into narrow,
tired oet, aU in, despondent people in
a few d^ya.
Aarons cu buy s box, they art tn
•x pen live, and Everlngten's Drug
Store (a authorised by die maker to
refund the purchase pries If any ana
la dissatisfied In accordance with
guarantee Is each large box.
Thousand! praise them for general
blUty. nervous prostration, mental de
pression and unstrung nerves caused
by overiadclgence in alcohol, tahacac,
or overwork of aay kind.
As a brain food or far any affliction
of tbs narrow system tonoline is un
surpassed, while for hysjpria, tremb
ling and neuralgia they are simply
splendid. Nail orders filled for out of
Patting It Over Ob the Cee.
The milk problem la by way of be
ing solved in Japan, where cow* are
scarce, by an extensive use of artificial
milk domed from the soy been first
the Japaaeaa soak the beans, than boil
them until the liquid turns white,
when the yadd sugar and phosphate of
potash. The boiHag is rsesmed until
• Md results very similar in consis
tency and appearance to ordinary con
densed milk. Whan water is added
soy milk is hardly to be distinguished
from fresh cow's milk.
In eompoattlou also the artificial
milk is almost like goonine milk. Its
proteins, fsts and sugars arc in vary
nearly the same proportion, although,
of course, they are wholly rogotabta
nous swobs, n a burden.
w. A. BOISE BAS BEEN IN
CBAILOTTE FOR THIRTY
Praraiaenl Ihrtiwi H*> Say* Be
OaM tf Peuade On Taalac.
W. A. House, who haa lived ia
Charlotte far Uurty yeara and owner
of » merchants a store at
Thirty-Urn and North Brevard St.
«•» rfty. U a pan who calls a Made
* m>d. after learning hia atory
PS7 knew hut what aurit there
■•JllWp HU atonrs
“Foltemteg an attach of malaria I
•m* Uft tea nervous weak condition.
I tried various remedies for a tonic,
but found several of them too strong
«\«pP*tite and was off IS pounds in
weight. L was nervous and could taka
Joat little naps. i
“Now five not ties of Tanlad haa Bo
so much batter. Xy appetite U Ane;
ray nerves have improved and I ana
!“•» Jpra* • to • o'clock and wake up
*■11 o* Dfw and energy. I can do ai
ranch work aow ia a baH-day aa I
eouM in a whole day before and have
gone beck to ray regular weight of
have ever taken."
_ Taa*K_to-•oM tn Laurinborg by
Blue’s Drag Store: Olbeoa. W. Z. Gib.
Haaatet. Bey's Pharmacy: Fairmont,
Fairmant Drug Co ; Maxton, Barnes
Bros.; Hoffman, Hoffman Drag Co.—
Teddy As a Ter Heel.
Roosevelt end^Oyatai^ Betas' sn^°Ss
***• hardly paeakble tar Mm
to ha a Tar Heel, bot It asama quite
that ha should connect up
arMb the Tar Hed State. There ie a
atnmr poaalbOtar that be wiB,h*caa*«
te £L*y~ «
jjaa. dewberries, watermelons aad all
Hills a marvelous producing nrHin
aa wall as a Sim friend and staunch
aynortai of the Colonel, hai pursued
ad the diatinguiihed gsatlctaaa to visit
the Band Hill* and pick him sat .a
place ao be may hava a winter home
er a place of rustication aid possibly
of agriculture. That would bo all
ridht, mid North Carolina would wai
eoot Um Colon#).
Of course. if the Band Hills look
rood to him and ha U tended by Mr.
P«*W/ H would not bo loog before
the wighty hunter would And oat that
be could come down bare around W0
mington and kill black boar, doer,
wild turkey, wild MU and tbs like
Several years ago whan the Coloael
want way down to Misateeippl to chase
a lonesome black bear we wondered
why he did net come down cm the Cepe
Pear, where bear men ia Brunswick,
Pender and Onslow could put him an
to bag bears a plenty, lb* farmer*
would like to aaa him coma, for aoa*a
of them Aad it difficult to raise bogs
because of brute's fondness for ruaor
(By Archibald John.ce.
The beys favorite
pr Its Easiest,7
, KKBUCH white tan |0c
That being the cm* it aheald have year
closest attention ia order that yea may eat
RIGHT. But yea CANT cat right with
out the RIGHT-BATS.
. And that ia where we chine. Wa haw
a wide reputation far
GROCERIES FOR THOSE
We handle the beat to be found ia any
line. Of course wa have cheaper gradm
in many lines, bat our pride ia contend in
If you CARE, come to the store that
caters to THOSE WHO CARE.
When ia need of Meat don’t forget that
wa carry the best ia our j Market at all
tbnea and are always giad to servo yon.
McLaurin & Shaw
’Phono No. 43'
Laurinburg, North Carolina
■VUdT YEAR you pronbayoonelf that yoa arp going to
■are up boom money for next Xoui. Do yea da It T Moot
of uedoaot or at boat wo put It off til] we bare to “etiat”
oareotne and then do not bore enough. •
Wo are otfw organising a Pin-llooey Club for thia purpoee,
which WlU atart the flrat Monday ia January and
fifty waaha. By oaring
10c eaeh week you wfll aata 9 5.00
Me each week yoa win aero 912.50
Mb eaeh week yoa will care 926.00
9L00 eaeh week yoa w|S Bare 980.00
Aii ua about thia Club.
It b a great pba to ban ta RAVE; It b a gnat aba to
lean to beeoaee eequaietad with thir Bank aad ear laettinib
-which will do yea loti of good in afttr yean; pad it b e
great ptu to hare aomemooey for NEXT XMA8.
Money that yoa SAVE that otherwise yoa would faun
thrown away. Yoa don't Inn to edot for it
Yoa will hen thia Money mod NOT MBS A CENT, aad
you will oajoy H ao much. If you an dependent you do not
here to aok anybody for MONEY (or Xtnaa. nod when' you
apead It you on aay "I am (pending my own money.”
Bow good It will make yea feel
SCOTLAND COUNTY*SAVINGS BANK
LAUHIMBURQ, N. O. _