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LAcary Association, Salvation Army.
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| Laurinburg, North Carolina
| Hello, Patriots!
i Unde Sam wants you to lend him some more
| money. Yon came aero— on the run for the First,
Second and Third Liberty Loan. New shpot the
lever into high for the Fourth Liberty Loan and
down goes the Han. *
Poe'hold oat oa Unde Sap.
He helped yon get all you’ve get.
Bp?, Buy, Buy. Yen’ll bt ^phr apd Wiser.
Let's plant a SolafPlew finch and Kllmlnsta
Pent “Pike;” Phutge!
Fht yeur la*t pdeDar into the Fourth M$*rty
ifa the beat bet you over Mil in your Mfe.
SCOTLAND COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
A Slacker County
Any parson that does not do bin fall duty to halp win
tho wsr lo lookod apoa ns a alaeker. *«<l any oooaty
which fafla to do Ita fall doty—folio to roach a raaaonabia
ail goal—la a fllarhar County,
Scotland county ban not yet reached ita oeota la War
Havtuga. Ualna ftdaaa—than what do yoo aappooa oar
boya oyer than will think.
Tho boya who have gone frock thia eoonty to tho firing
Una; an watching oa.
Ttda apace aaatrfbutad to tha winning of tha War hy
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HOTS OF MTS DID TVS "LMPOtt
Broke Line the Hnaa Chlnsd CooW
Net Be Broken.
Goldsboro. Nov. 3.—“It was gloat
and we are tired, bat happy. Wo
broke the line that all Oenaaae claim
ed could not be broken, and tha man
float North Carolina. Booth Carolina
and Tennaatae did tt with aaek dash
and determination that a Sarin pris
oner told me that if aU American
tighten were like them that tha Gar
maaa coold not bald ap longer. Aa a
matter of fact, they an not holding
ap anywhere, bat he did act knew It,"
declares Meat. Thomas Denial In a
letter written to hU patents fas this
sity, ia which hf gtvas p ririd I sac rip
Baa af tha raeaot gnat drive aad tha
Pari taken In it by GoUsbqae soldiers
"At *:50 a. as. Sept. IP, oar artil
laay pat dews a enapiag barrage,”
says liantanaat Daniels' Uttar. "Wa
had aaaambUd quit* a Mg awmbar af
gaaa for thU work, aad It waa seam
astBlssj doe. Tm begin with, ia tha
dawa af tha early movaiag light, aad
exactly aero hour, tha man wont over
tha top ia perfect warm sad held
dose to the rreepUg barrage. Boon
tha barrage lifted and we carried tha
«f* lias tnochsa with a rwah. Soon
the second enemy line and than tha
third. Tha mao ia tha first waves
fought down to the villagu of B—
aad soon cleared it up. An hour
later, by dash wo won astraddU the
Hind anbury defense system, an bow
later a second village was taken by
oar man, and late b» tha afternoon
we reached oar object tvs, a depth of
2 J-S miles.
"This fight will go down in history
•nd wJl ran the people of the three
ttates remember and hooor their sone
and brothers who fought and glorious
ly died on this AeM of battle. Never
had I dream ad cf each bravery—the
place was alive with machine guns—
thousands of them. Maay of the men
were cut off from their office ns but
this did not stop thorn, for they only
taw «*• thing; to km Hans, sad kfll
Huns they did. They nrhil machine
gun neet after machine gun nest,
taking them alt, leaving nothing be
hind bat dead Hone and battered
“Cept. Zeno HoUowell. from bo me,
and his company were shut off and
for throe hours were subject to a rein
of machine gun bullet*. When one of
hie men grunted and rolled over, two
of his e.mrnJes sprang up, caught
him around the shoulders. and writ**4
•>ff to the aid station with him Indif
ferent to the tegular hail of bullitfn.
They went through without a scrat<h I
Captain Hollowell'i- srr.s meek and
glasses weie pierced by bullets but he
was only slightly wounded.
“One man eaptumt 96 prisoners by
himself. Others rushed and capturod
machine guns by them selves. It was
a stiff, bard fight for all and It wot
well fought. We just received warm
congratulations from our division
commander. General Lewis.
, "Wa are back now for a rest and lt*»
rather Ilka what Math Twain aald
about polling a tight fitting Am off
• sore foot. Australian and English
officers of much agpartanca, who pass
1*4 OVffP fkff AfiM aftaa IVa * «lta» naU
with SO and 40 foo7 dug-outs,
tapered Jetty, so he thanght, a lias
*het would never ba broken. And Mt
ha thtak w^on ba provskad the
fcafited •talas iaU the war that the
tTraka would he the ansa to brook It.
T#* »«»dnd Cog and Marion Denial
wfn killed la this fight. They died
btajely landtag tWr mya on. Baa
BMa.M& WM UUa* M«'l* theday
•ralMty fighting In the atiffeat part
ad fee Una. ( wga talklag ta officers
6a^ and HjniuiU Just before aaip
llfigpr- They were happy and Jovial
and. looking forward ta the fight with
■(•eh anticipation. Thera were ether
casualties in GaMsbore bay* bat I
haven't yet Uaa able to aacortaia who
- une *i im oow- blood on cat things I
[•haeread during tha hattla waa that
srWU hundreds «f Becha pjiimm
Were peering dawn la groups, tha Bob
Bid not aaaaa his artSDarp Are hi (hat
dtraction an aceaant of (his aad I saw
haadrada of hfs awn amn killed bp hi*
own artillery Arc. On this road I al
so saw four Hooke prisoners bringing
in an American wwmdad aa a stretch
or. A Gena sh «b«B CaB right (a be
tween them, hating nfl four Oermsns,
hot by a wtrscle the Amoriean aaeap
the woaadaA I aaw man with lags
aad anas of laugUag aad Moklag.
aad aet tka team sign ad pain aa Bwir
faaae. Oaa IdyawaM lad from Pay
•**•»! Tie, who smuggled into aar out
flat. had o lag earriod away. Hr was
laughing when they brought Mm in.
aad he mid, 'a cigarette aad a drink
■f water In all I want.’ ! was talking
(a tks surgeon (ho dap after (hr light.
He told me that he had m« seen
men with such grit—that there was
net a groan treat a siagia men. Ha
staled also that oaa maa was brought
la with hie oia aad shoulder that
away. Ha aald, ‘Destar. Ml am
fiMkljr, k»Y, I got • thane* T' Th*
factor anawerad that ho had a fight-!
tag chaneaL Tha man aaid, ‘Oh I a I
fighting chant*, 111 got well then.”
“Sam* of tha poor Hon* *011 ha
Haoo that tha kaiaar and Gad moat in
aacrad piacaa aa did Maaa* an th*
atoaatoin. Priaoaor* tag that iattara
<nm ham* *tat* that thing* that* am
r**r naaattlad. Bam* of th* Hmu
fangkt wM in tbia hattia and htad ant
to tho loot, aapadaOJ tha machine
Vraan: otban rrtlad ‘Kaanrad’ prat
if quick. It ama real fanny ta aaa
thaaa Pmfkm »«t of a da«-oat that
Uka 7*U1"€ 'kamatnd'
"Th»a la now hloarln«, tha
at ad bogie aaUa, and again I _
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Last Round For
Tax payers will please take notice of thefdlow
ing ap; :jitments and meet me promptly on the
dates named prepared to settle for the 1918 taxes.
This is my last round 'add I urge all to make prompt
settlement and avoid extra costs and further trouble
GIBSON, - - Wednesday, Nov. 6th.
WAGRAM, ... Thursday, Nov. 7th.
HASTY, - • - Friday, Nov. 8th.
LAURINBURG, - - Sitjay, Nov. 9th.
OLD HUNDRED, - - Monday, Nov. 11th.
JOHNS STATION, - - Tuesday, Nov. 12th.
J. A. McKINNON & 00. Wednesday, Nov. 13th.
C. G. SNEADS STORE, • Thursday, Nov. 14th.
JACK McGIRTS STORE, - Friday, Nov. 15th.
LAURINBURG, - Saturday, Nov. 16th.
LAUREL HILL DEPOT, - Monday, Nov. 18th.
W. D. McLAURIN, Sheriff