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TbmjAt h waa tha ihirtad «ta aaa
that the North Carolina fener.il
tvssmnbiy baa haU in many pars,
nuch important state wide logtelattea
waa enacted and a mass af local hills
Rrao natlnal legislation waa affect
ed at (Mi session, whew the proposed
aiaomlwMit to tha federal constitution,
Sirin* «*ctaaa poorer to rsgalate the
cmplonMM of mine** aadnr 1ft years
rr*a*v was almost unanimously re
t*ovamcr Momma seal th* pro
to U*a ^aenat^by
*•«• and at'Srhm'm*^enaicr
■Mritt af Wane county, tntrod«o»d a
rerolution providing far the psstpena
tami at Ut cciuh&ratiaa antil the
UCaafe,. Mm referred to
ffeoml order far hmdwoao far that
*4 tr 4 and tha neat day aaat the earn*
fata fat tha hoaaa by a rata of 87 to 7.
f The^ehief ofc>rti<sa to tha proposed
ttaBhera at bofhJbacMa. wca that
had no ragard^r"St%a3^d bfe
. Owaathma that wf ha anhwdtted ta
the people by iwfsrsnfeei at tha No.
voMiir iladtoQ mn:
1 Tha tafitralluu it tha act. knovra
“ the port oemadaahai MU. that pre
i**aaa f«r tha idiMitairt. af ship
'in.: water tranapartatian along tha
meat and tha inland waterways of
North, Carolina; areata* a port com.
ntanlaa to diieet the affair?; and
far the ^ af ports and
SSTirtU bibrtdli faPJhS
j* ■ . rtria line,
ihoald it be daaaaad _ tty for tha
■^eea* af the project. ^
atata eonatitotioa, relative ta the in
vialability for sinking food, aUow
ing tha dm of revenue, aoOactad from
the tare* on auteaoMla* and tha sate
dine, far the retlioanocrt of
-J MO which provide*
of tha aahury of the
—-J of tha giairal aaaambly,
par day to$l»porday. IMs
tha vslo. af tha mortgage far s
New ami tha mor*—^ * m
the other half and *
oot tata of tnUraat .. ... __s
“-— - L- id not, Brtro
by tto lM
OOMtftfa bonk to to
Wot, for tha En
name not to . r*
tf the World la
■f North 5
Mtot rosotaUona which wan ! > )
the MHla provided for/the
Middpwit by the pnaident ci Dm
an* the apeeker of the dmae
of certain riamaUni Ihooo nom
mltteaa an aa fellow*: /
Dwwwp. of Kinston; K. 8. .
Jr, of Alaaaaaeo; D. U. Be
Bab Hearten; J. H. Dillard. ■
ot Asheville; D. P. McKinnon, of
fi&L B,"nJP1« Woodeoa. of Bowan,
gO” .«< Omw^I., ond Bollanyt of
N. -^Tnn^ir "nWanj1 tam
Bowie, ci Ashe: Clayton Moon, of
yilHenaon, and CP. B.dgoaa. of
of Joint nootadono wo
the body daztac tta ooodon.
• wore the foOewiiey:
the idtad of turrO
ted from tho Interna
lx to the ooneo^dated
To provide for oaKableaoata
IB the galleries of the general assem
bly chambers for the governor of the
state and his family.
. While the teas house* rejected a
proposed amendment to the federal
oonot; lotion deal leg with labor of chil
dren under 18 years of age, they
emended the present etate child labor
law to prohibit the employment of
children in aay occupation, even dar
ing vacation periods, when the child
was lone , than 14 yean of age.
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CAMPAIGN STARTED TO
RAISE tMUN POE MEW
Mart has _ on a earn
neo.aoa for the etee
Tour.g, who agent the week end at
the issudbly reeort of the Southern
Sunday moraine. Just prior to the
services. Dr. Walter-Ungle, of Rich
mond. pcoeenteil facts in connection
with the need of a new hotel at Mon
treal. At the eonekutan of his prs
tonUtion pledges were asked for and
before a naif was called UMOt had
A committee waa named to taka
charge of tha campaign and to peak
tha work to oomplotluu aa rapidly aa
rudUa la order that Montreal" which
Mutually visited by thousands from
all parts of the south, may have a
oew hotel that wifl aaat tha needs of
the reaart .
At present there Is only one large
hotel, tha Alba within the assembly
grounds. Tha Mowtreut hotel was
burned down last fall and odftdaU oi
the aaaemtty ground* association foal
that the work of the church la Ra
summer conference* I* being hamper
ed by the lack of suflkfent room to
car* far thorn who come.
It la hoped that the money can be
secured In ardor that tha hotel may ba
finished aa quickly aa possible, maybe
by the opening of the 1085 conference.
Industrial organisation* an begin
ning to rooMoo the benefits tram
credit Unlora. reports A. V. Andetaon
of the division or markets of the State
College and ‘department of agrioal
Uue. A petition has baen received
from 800 railroad employes at Aahe
riQe for a charter and plaaa are un
der way to anaaine a union among
Si ACL clerk* at Wilmington.
Write A. V. Anderson. Department of
Agriculture, Raleigh, for Information.
Advtea la about the only thing that
some people went taka. /
K t; •.
A Roof of
No longer heed your home have a
root which look* like a thousand
other*. You can obtain distinctive
and beautiful designs by the use of
Wo W&tld like to here poo come io to tee
•aaoiMi of-the full Doe of Rnbenoid Strip.
■tingha we carry. We want to thaw pau how
varied design* map be obtained.
The aoft tone* of rich red or cool tags green
meg be need alone or combined u pou cbooae
and bp reversing the thingle courses the regv
larkp of ihe roof Hnee can be broken up. Some
of these designs are shown hen—bet lack of
•Bedo^and color make true reproduction im
Lef US allow ppu a folder which describe* thl*
•bingie follp and OluMratea various design* in
J 1 ( ' y\ ■ ' A1 I M mm+mmmm*
Flies and Mosquitoes
Mt«» ybjr «r wmtUd to imihj with thao«
ft i »**«»*■ I0fl*r«ywfflkm thorn rltfitncm 7
w Mb tho JMfawfav of my
j- • ’ '. v- . .
Tiara n Ban Itlili u n_.
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Imw fwir. It kUb the garnra.,
, develop flesh
The trouble with -the avenge wo
man'* will ii that It hae too many
To Stop a Cough Quick
taka HAYES' HEALING HOMEY, a
HAMLET, IN. G.
DR. WILL D. JAMES
DR. ALBERT W. JAMES
Surgery, X-Ray and Radium
All buildings must have solid foundations.
And whether you are building an edifice or H
building a character—the foundation is the I
The foundation of all character and happi* 1
ness is Thrift—saving what you don't have |
to spend. How about your foundation? I
Are you building for permanence? We'll /
help you by paying 4 per cent compound in- 1
terest on savings.
Scotland County Savings Bank
LAUSINBUltG, NORTH CAROLINA
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PiMfB Attaaitaa to <mt«af4viniaml«qi
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Ino.
• Pham 441*442 SN.TryaaSt. Chartattat W.C.
BLUn DRUG STORK, Apati
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The Flat Tire
The man who goes Without •
bank account ■» like tbe man
who takee a trip on a flat tire. '
Ha ruina hi* tire and doaan4 go
... v itr.
Plenty of air in a good tire and
plenty of money in a good bank
will lent you long and talc* yon
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The First National Bank
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