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i If fan ttt am ton at than fa
rally wriow talb-aad (fan fa fal
tfa reason to batters fa fa —t thane
ban Lsartobarg who an la danger of |
today fan «»* anb vfalsasm Hu
add there are nan la Laariaburg aad
tie County who hare bought no Ub
sty Wnda, m war aaefaga ataxaya,
tad wfa bare given nothing to the
Red Croee nor in say etbar way shown
•hnwsMen willing to W> win in the
fight fat Hberty aad rMHaatiae
Tbooe men an not *Wd gat to fa"
to aaaka a lhrtag. They are amply
able to help in this man. but they
da not- Their neighbors know then
and have than “spotted." Thera baa
been talk at tor sad feathers and oth
er tans of violence, and than hare
been aann called. Every day or tore
the papers Ml ot what other eon
auaitfao era doing with the slackers
end the shirkers and the pro-Gar
aawe. Aad every day the danger
-hat the dtsplaaaara of the euaanuwilty
rt the ngly behavior of some at thaee
awn wlH hare vial eat exprcaaion
hawt greeter. The realty regrettn
Mi tkhm ibout tt ifiir if tU# WH
is that any an earn why barbers to its
■Mat warn who are aawflMag to stand
by thstr cans try at a time like this.
Aad the country asks than tor no oae
rhfaa and only t'epsrta that they give
< little money aad fa other ways show
their interest fa thfa cause, tt a
rnmmanity, or certain elements of a
-ommenity, is mosad to ask violence
a a case of this kind, the victim of
ueh Holy wrath arfB have little re
wn* in the courts or otharwlae. He
-'ll have to suffer without sympathy
the physical and mental agony that
%tt*nd» vnch niiiistTttiovii. *
SEARCH FOR CAPT. BOWEN 18
i BEING CONTINUED M
ir*y Ofletn and Fadaral Agants Da-'
dint to Dlscass Dtaappaaranee.
Array officers and special agants of
ha department of justice, who have
wen conducting the search, have been
ns We sa ye to find Capt. i. B. Bowen
A Lam barton, who has not been seen
>r heard of since he laft tha Baheyn
total over three steaks ago with the
waning train to Bpnrtaahorg, aa far
aa E haa has* passible ta loan hara.
Captain Bowen was stationed at Chan
Wadsworth, and had been visiting his
lanlad ta Charlotte, on Wo return, V/
Ms father, Fairley Bowen, and togetb
•r they agent tha eight hara.
Reports from Lamberts* an to tha
iffact that iglalno than la dWldad,
«d that sane haHsvs he haa ssade n
attempt to gat ta Fiaan while others
•re fearing ha has amt with foul play,
't was aadmetsill bees yaatswWy fmaa
i visitor from T nmbartaw that Captain
Iowa* had haan sal set ad to remain Is
laaeriea at least far tha present and
•sets! la the tntelag af new drafts of
oidisra. It was esptaiaed that Captaia
3owaa had. ucprmit the dsspaat die
• twwvlev^eeh^ast ean^^m sLf.
The inveetigattaa of his disappear
•nsa is be hag isaMsaid. aad my of
dean fmaa Camp Wadsworth hara
made several visits ta Chartatta ta
They haws datllaad la arary iaataaar
•4 diecuss the lavaatlgatiaa. aad It
tnddiMt ha leaned wh after theyhad
eight load to the deartag apof wbat
ippoan ta ha a asymasy.
W. M. MYiUCK, HAW RIYKK MBit
CHANT. MJltCKD KBS FLAG.
Into CMmm03»2t OnttamW
FWm Rim tAJtog OU Gtoo*e ,
Quito a Uttio iutenot la Am to
oaMjr to tho tnatamat of W. M^ <«r
W. L.) Myrick, a merchant of Ham.
Khur, atcontod him hr a amaihor of
into cMaoao of hi* wnumanity loot'
otot tho hoot ac^
ooaatao. . lived to Laariaharg
aad to woQ known ham. Ho lum
kaion* aa a man of nth or eecoytoto
cfcaayctor. aad many haru.toilorathto
to tho oaaao W. L. Myrick who Und
kai The foBowing nyorto of, tho
affair wore eoat the State yayoce from:
BaaHagtcdi aad Graham; aad Myrick
Inter tOfWod to an article whim to
otoo ^ ton: • '
May *1.—Quito a lit
eroatad to Haw
W. M. Myrick wee
I hy a crowd oa aceOaat of
at of Hod Cron ladtoo who
to oolicit him Cor aid tea tho,
> mb !*«-•
tod to tho
t b*«k to
a compromise tha patty agrsed
If Myriek would trim the Aamri
and aahaatiha llharalj Ip the
they would let him off. This
to do, and whan tha flag
•here hU head aad pro
the grandest flag that.fliaa
Following this hfpat
sympathy for hit country
sat war aad on tho
sinking of tha Luaitani
opinion that all other
oror should bo accorded
Said ta-Hava IT n I Bid ^
From Store. 'I
Graham, May 21,—'The
ladies of Haw Hirer went
store of W. M Myriek, of
yesterday afternoon to Bolieit
tribution for the Rod Croon,
rick, it ia said,, talked nc
and disrespectfully to the
his flat in their faces and
the door. After too ladies painted
Rod Croae signs on Mr. Myrtekh store
windows aad doors they left.
After the kdies left Mr. Myriek, It
la said, erased toe aigaa from his win
dow. A see sari crowd oaata back to
too store and proceeded to rtpskd toe
Red Crom signs. In
of todies wars at the stars aad Mr.
Myriek. It to claimed, showed himself
am resentful than before It to said
that ha ms want se-far aa to eatah
of ono of toe girl's arms whan
to toe store. The astoway
hitter until one man hi
toe crowd collared Mr. Myriek, aad in
aa laatant Asa or tlx ossa wars aa
kha. Ia spits of the efforts ff Mm
peacemakers, Mr. Myriek reeefred a
thorough basting before quiet was re
stored. A aUk Rag waa seat far aad
Mr. Myriek willingi^ ktoaad the Rears
aad RMyss, wind "Old Glory" shore
kto beod. aed said that ho lorad (0 Hrt
under its 11011111110 No* oaty did
Mr. Myriek do this humbly, bat be slm
contributed to too Rad Cmaa.
Something entirely new In Cape for the motorlat. Made in Tan Crave.
nvtte with EyeahJeld.
They’re New and Nifty.
NEW SERVICE FLAG BANNER
Benatifklly colored and embroidered Sendee Flag oa O. D. background
with Insignia of nil the different brmnchee of service. Embroidered in
iegnlntlen silk. FinWiul with Khaki metal edge on top, ready to hang
in the window.
' Fresh Shipment Of Bathing Suits.
TOGS FOR MEN AND BOYS
fora) «f tha mob spirit Is far from a
loyaKat, and tha honor of our State
will never stand for K. Tim action
ham boon inanity eeadomood and da
pisrad by all the bast poop la of town,
tha item aaym 1 was mad* to Idas
tha flay. Met at ail. 1 was only too
yiad to da so and yat it owt sf the
mob's hands far a moment. I bate to
tea OM Glory la soeh ocmpa&y.
I haws la an order for sons# bonds
aad aspect to buy all 1 possibly can,
pay taxaa and alas to hslp the *wv
sramsnt in any way I can, aad enter
the service if it is possible, aad not
do Uka saaaa who helped mob mo—do
everythin* possible to pat exempted
when they should lefally be to tea
America Ant, last end all tha
time! Per her I lira or die.
V W H. IdrRlCK.
friend* of Hon. A. E. Shaw will
groaant Ua name to the voter* of
Scotland county aa a candidate for the
office of Repraaentatlre in the lower
house of the next General Assembly
of North Carolina, eabject, however,
to the result- of the wain* Demo
cratic primary el action. Having ably
isptsssntod hie county in the laat
leglrtature. Ua friend* feel that Ua
nets should be endorsed by giving Mm
FOB JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT.
John T. of Richmond Coun
ty will bn a candidate fee Judge of the
froperior Coort af the Uth Judicial
District an Aa Democratic ticket be
the primary to be held June 1st. IfflA.
FOB COTTON WEIGHER.
I barahy anounca mjralf a candi
date for the office of Cotton Weigher
for the Town of LaarUbnrg. eoQnct
to the aettoa of the Doaocgatte pri
mary June let.'
J. If. IfcKBOWN.
W. a WeLAURXM.
First National Bank
United States Depositary.
Member Federal Reserve Bank.
We welcome checking accounts, small
as well as large.
First National Bank,
A. L JAMES. Prw. T. J, GILL r«i.u.
W. H. NETAL, Vie. President
■jjjrjir ssr a--.*ss
LOOT—On, book of Thrift itaana
*• MXl IMltt reward. It
FOB SAJA-im Ford toariac oar.
A'1 i—c*»".le»3- eoaditionT at-hieh
t*a«L Beidon Carter, Old Haadtad.
K. C. lt-bd
WVB AUTOMOBILES BOB
SALE AT OHCK.
I hare a. haUt aew Brim.
AdMekQee, which were chip
ped l» eat I wtH be |bl to
mu to ear mm wbe
■W*vU iat tracks. I have
MU eereeal at these care, eaS
«• tiriac ftM eee-rtce.
It la the ear tar the peapk
H |ha Si aeilae ui better to
wmSmSY 'u^ btek'
U raw expert ta boy air »
4m SI^MjM yea teal bettef
W.T. CBUMP, Wtitta, N. C