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$300,000 Waterworks and
Sewer Improvements Here
Town of LauHnbnrg
Building New Mu
Plant, Extensive Sew
The Town ef Laarinburg U spend
ing approximately $300,000 for water
work* and aawer improvements, which
when completed will make available
for- practically every resident of the
trrwn direct and convenient connection
with tne water mains and sewer lines.
The program of improvements is com
pmhuncnc and* complete, designed to
proviile every rccd of the present and
lor u number of years to come.
The now vvetarworkti system in
el.uiae a filtering plant and reservoir
on North Mala street. The raaarvoir
will have a capacity of 660,000. The
designing engineers are Gilbert C.
White A Co., ef Durham. Tucker A
Tax too ef Charlotte are the contract
ors. The ae* water (apply will be
brought by pipe line a distance of
more than I asflei from Jordan's
creak, an almost Meal eoarne of sup
ply sad practically unlimited In
quantity, or estimated to be eaftdaat
for the needs of a dty of MUXM
a xouu am sxumjuv or mur na
prorwnent bonds have boa author
ixed by tbo city council. Put of
thou bonds have boon sold ad often
will bs sold next month. »100,000 of
«jwBr Donofl njrv® own roinoniw
and sold. It ixoxpwotod tte* part of
tteso bonds xml bo rafandsd sumo all
of that amount «iH not bo naoaooary
to oamploto tte sewer extensions now
needed ad plssmsii for
May tteamad* will be spot hi
laying new water male* aad when
them projects axe completed Laertav
barg will have water and sower fa
cilities a good a the‘best and of
Mat far tte needs of the neat us
ers) yearn. A new Are truck has boon
purchased recently and a redaction te
ilro insurance rates is expeoted when
tte waterworks plant is completed.
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MANY TORNADO VICTIMS
ARX NOW IN NEED OP AID
Injured sixty p
S. C.J rendering
Georgia; kfilod fear aad injured ten
In MoHwgathei county, Georgia; and
killed fou and iaterod area h, cSt
hdm county. Norte Carolina.
According to Item report* S3 fam
ilies totaling 13S paraena are in ex
treme need of seel stance is Harris
county, Georgia. and it faxriHaa. to
taling t7 parson*, are hamsisss In
Me ri weather county, Georgia.
A telegram from Governor McLeod,
of South Carolina, was made public
by tte Bad Cross society today, ex
pressing appreciation of tte assiat
spne which tte Bad Cross had ren
dered tte paopie in the stricken dis
MAIL SERVICE TO OPEN
Washington, May 7.—Dally adr mall
service hotssea New York aad ta
PnmcUeo, with deUverie* within 33
houre,'or from one morning to the
following evening, will begin Inly 1,
it was annoonm if today by Postmaster
General Now. Tim time of tzaaatt
will bo cut to M hoars probably with
in t few month*, the postmaster geo
' Special air mail postage has been
arranged and Special stamps da thru
denominations, 3 cant. 18 out aad 34
out, wU tedlstribated ta afl the
Drindpal cftleii of tte country for set
in osudally designating letter* te go1
The live Bibis Haas meet* •very
Moods* night at > o'clock la tha Sun
day school room at the Methodist
church. Every one invitad to attend
Tha Union Sunday ichool meets at
>:M every Sunday afternoon in tha
Chanel at Mlddfcsn Heights. Tha
public U acrdtaUy Invitad to attend.
Her. W. R. SspJ^putor. Sunday
school at »i4t a. a, 1 E Cibwn,
superintendent. Morning service at
11 o’clock. Evening service at 8:00
rtnt and third Sundays. EJpworth
league at 7:15 p. at- Mid-weak serv
ice Thursday at $.*00 p. at.
SC David's Kuhnpsl Church
Preaching acrvtcaa every first and
third Sunday evening at 8:00, and
every second and fourth Sunday
morning at It o’clock. Rev. J, H.
Crosby, pastor. Sunday school every
Sunday morning at Id o'elocV, J. it.
Pi eshy tense
Rev. Carl B. Craig, paatar. Sunday
school at 10 a. ai_ur.IL Sutherland
•uperintendenc Morning oerrloa, 11
a. m. Erasing service. 8:00 p. m. each
«sc cad and fourth Buadup. fl spier
Christian Endeavor at 7:18 p. e>7 Mid
week prayer satviss at 8 M p. m.
| In. 8. L. NaT, paator. Sunday
School nt 9:46 a. a, Vf H. Weather
<pooa, eeperbiteadant. Preaching 11
a. m. and IM p. a. B. Y. P. U. 7:16
o. m. Mid week awryiyt Thursday
7:64 p.m. Stradgvr* are cordially In
cited to attend.
rail dill CirebH—Rev. prank OO
breth. paator. Oaladeala: Preaching
at 11 o'clock on first sad third Baa
lays. Sunday School each Bondar nt
10 o'clock. JR. Hasty, superintendent.
Oak Grove: Prearkkig nt S:00 p. m.
->*> first and third Sundays. Johns:
Preaching nt 11 ohleek on aeoond and
'north Sunday*. Sunday School am
second and fourth Sundays nt 10
/clock, sad on first and third Sunday*
»t 3-00 p. m, E. 8. Gibbon, superin
tendent Central: Preaching every
^nnday rrrntog at 7 o’clock. 8onoiiy
School every Sunday at 9:90. 8. J.
30*r. tuperlslendent. Bp worth Lea gee
meets each Sunday morning at 11
•'dark. Kattia McCormick, prsatdeat.
AN ORDINANCE TO AUTEORIZE
tlTUH WATER WOBKB EX
Ba it wa*tsnd ky the Beard af Com
mleaioty* of th* TtW ad Laaris
^SmUmi 1. Dm3* Tatra af Lea
rinburg laana ita bond* pnreuant to
the Municipal Roane* Act in ra
not eaaeeding ana hundred
tna _ __ to
the water weda ayataaa at i
•Section t That a MR
pa? the principal i
aaid brad* shall
Sootier 6. That a i
debt af the town ha* b
the Clark and ia open
*S£*£n 4. That this ,_
^■*1 *■£?. •®*et ***** **r* **•
first patykattee aniaaa in the mean
time a petition for Ita whulniia to
the retort U Sind kader the aaid Aet,
in wfckh arm* R ahdQ take eSaet
when approved by the retain af the
town at an election as provided by
the raid Act.
an. thefTth*day*ef*MayT WhTand was
first publlahad oiLtb* fch dap af May.
19*4. Any action or proceeding que^
dotting the validity af the aaid ordf
MIM4 must ba nocsmrnmi within 69
day* aftdr ita first pubBraHoa,
ci m. better.
19-96 Terra Clark.
APPLICATION'POE PARDON 1
Notice Is hereby given that Jama*
MaXaUl. eeavleUd before Mr. T. C.
NrefaCt, Recorder, far rseeivtng stolen
prapart*; win apply te the Oevaraer
for a pardon. Any person opposing
■aid 'pardon,. May writ* te the Oev
: This 98th day af April, 19*4.
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ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICK *
Having (•satlCed as udndnUtrator
sf the estate ot Mrs. Minnie P. Pond,
late of Scotland county, this Is to
notify all- person* tuning claim.'
agaiaat her estate to present the a. in
ths undersigned, duly verified, for
parnicni on or before February £8,
IMu or this notice will be plead in
boi of their recovery. AS persons
Indebted to the estate will please
■nske immediate payment.
•Tint the tfnd day of February,
V. W. GARDNER.
Administrater eetate of
9-14 Minnie P. Pond
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Robert l eech, late of
Scotland county, this is to notify all
peruana having claims against . him
estate to present them to the onder
idgned, duly verified, for payment on
or before May 1, IMS, or this notSea
wUl he plead in bar of their recovery.
AH persona Indebted to the estate
will please males Immediate payment
This ths 1st day of May, 191M.
D. A. MDOUGALD,
Administrater of Estate of
Robert Leach, Deceased.
R. H. GIBSON. Attorney.
CEKTTK1CATK OF DISSOLUTION
8TATK OF NORTH CAROLINA—
Department of, State. •
To All to Whom These Presents May
Come G lasting:
r intuit of all tha stockholders. do.
B in my office, that the *iioms
Building Corporation, a corporation
of this state, whose principal oAaa la
attested fat Dm town of Laariabnrg,
Ooonty of Boot land, state of North
Carolina (W. U. Cooper baler tha
agent therein end In chafes thereof,
upon whom jmaaaa may be served),
has complied with the requirements
of Chapter 22, Consolidated Statateo.
entitled “Corps rations.” pvelhninnry
to tha iaaoteg of tUa Certificate of
Eh tao tattoo:
New, Therefore, 1 W. N. Everett,
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify that
tha mid corporation did. oe the Mth
day of A oru. 1M4, file 1 q my oAm a
duly executed and attaatod consent in
writing to the dlsaolstion of said oar*
Paretian, executed by all the stock*
holders thereof, which said oanaant
gml tha record of tha peuaaedtoriS
afore sail are now oa Ale la my amd
office aa provided bylaw..
In Taatte«ecr Whereof, I have
hereto oat my head and affixed my
official seal at Katelgh. thia Mth day
of April. A. D. IMA
W. N. EVKRXTT,
4t Secretary of State
Filed April 2S, 1924 snfl dnly tw*
corded far Jtaeord ’ af fnaarpovatiecia
No. 1, page 24#.
C. D. M'CORMICK.
i ia-21 Clark Skadar Court
Having qualified aa administratrix
of the aatate of tha late John M.
Goodman of 8ootiasd ooonty, thia is
to notify an persons haring ctelma
hgsiust tin mid aatate to peasant
ithew o tha undorrignqd, duly eeri
Aed fo” payirent. an or bate la April
‘0. or thia noties win ha ptoad
in b.t af their m<.v«ry. AO p trams
linlobtoi to the relate wig arks las*
trii Hate ferment.
Th r Snl day of Aiiril, IMA.
MRS. UaKY GOODMAN,
Adminiatrstrix g abate af
John : M. Goodman, da
mamd. * - lb-20
TOWN OF LAUBINBUBG
i Section 112. It ahag be aulawfal
fee any person, within the* team of
Laurteharg, to permit hte > tern I am to
become unclean, filthy at stfenatee
from or by the aecearalatien of tnah
weeds or fitter thereon. Any paraeti
eonrietad of a violation of this ordi*
nsnoe shall pay a fine of five dollars.
Section lit It shall ba unlawful
for any parson to sweep oet or anew
to aecnamlate or remain In front of
Notfca is hereby flrea that appE
oaten will be node to the GoWrnoi
for the pardon of Nathan HeNaOL Ha
li now on the rendu.
April M, 1924.
>9-19 HATTIE M'NEILL
CERTIFICATE OF DtMOLUTION
APPLICATION FOR PARDON
Motto b her*by rba that -rrJ'i*
tlon will to mad* ta tto Qwwnw of
tto State of North Carolina for to
Immediate panto or parol* of Jo*
Gikhrijt, cMtod in tto • criminal
•tort of Sonfjawd county of tto
Esspx six coach *975
r Which?- >
at the Same Price—die
Half-Utility of the Open
Ca r, or tbeAlUYeerCom*
forts and Service of die -
Coach? It ia the One Im
portant Question Before
Since Closed Car Comforts Cost No More
Why Boy An Open Car ?
THE issue with motor car buyers this year is dosed
car comforts at open car cost The Coach eadushrdy
provides such advantages without forfeit of duuSsquality.
It is a Hudson-Essex invention. No other type is like it.
More than 140.0(H) Coaphes arc
in service. Sales exceed 3,000 .
each week. The Coach is the
largest selling 6-cylinder dosed
car in the world. That proves
the success of value
It is the Closed Car
Everyone prefers a.dosed car.
The Coach q}one is the quality
ear within reach of ail. It
changed the trend from open
» doted cars. Now 111 can en
v joy finest charts quality with
all-year utility, comfort, and
closed car distinction.
t In two and a half years the
Coach has proved a staunchness
and reliability never before .
aamdated with e closed car. In
every service if satisfies the
pride of ownership.
The Some Quality
fat Both Hudson amd ftmmm
■ Hudson and Earn* are creattons
of the same engineers. They are
built under die same patents.
There ia no difference in quality
of material or workmanship.
ddeyou for Hndson'nr for Es
sex. The doeed car advantages
. of the Coach sod its price sanely
leave no other consideration.
SALES EXCEED 3000 WEEKLY
HUOSON-ESSEX SALES CO.
X Unttaborg WUmlMtM. N. C. ,
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fe .a i
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I kw I connection whereby 1 cost irtidkii to lMd moner tor o ncrWwi of im mMri n« («
°** SS of the ptetel of
*»wig.heveje do is te he* iwiSm
gf The borrower *mtm the yegr the «Mfre fwtertst PW»S
V SwIlhtaMlf this Id* of MW et thMa Uhe «e
M te Ili^ Ike U«» ihe ImM* we Hhi tlHM
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