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* hop# that hi futile aad equally fool
tab PmaaiaaUm and Canaan mill
r^rr^tr" °i ujji.&*nn*^*
»«*a^aa that^caa not be eradicated
acd 4a it ttMroaghty, aOdaatly and
aatlafartorllv according to tka Oar
world dominion an all wron*. Tka
•dkP* at German tmperialiam La tka
«twwth ad a dtohwtad idaa aa aid m
PIGS IN A CLOVKH PATCH.
Patriotic dtixani fa this county
ham been assayed at to obstinate
behavior of mm of to etotantfal
people who hoop steadfastly refused
toe far fa give aapthfas *te to senes
«f their country.
Appeals ef to Bed Cross, to Lib
erty T nans, the T. X. C. A. aad other
tear ceases hew* failed fa tap to
foenlaln* of generosity ia theta aad
aa to daye go by the** people ate
pie have far these who evince no in
terest la the great purpose of ha
Hm Saturday Evening Post rises
this data ap pretty wen in a recant
editorial which is reprinted here:
"Liberty Less aad Bad Cross drives
dtadosl fa nearly ovary commsrdty
certain obstinate slacken. They are
so few anwaday that toy at one*
baasoae notorious and are pointed out
—ilka to was with to rubber ear
aad to anal an boy—firms! freabi
Standing^ in sharp contrast to bonmal
"Vary rarely are they pro-Gerroan.
Prc -Germanism does not advertise
Uaelf now ia that conspicuous way.
Heady toy an groochoe and spong
aa. Their simple psychology is that
of a pig in a clover patch while the
feeding la good, nothing leas ton to
Impest ef a rede against to riba or
of a Mantling an to spinal column
will inspire tom to move on. So
tear as somebody aim will keep the
bogt goUg tfay^wqi^aaitor^^M
fends?) grievance* Mfabmt the cos?
msmlty In gsasraL
“Small as their number is. they
raise aa irritating problem. The
cooueenity'i feeling toward them ia
Hbe to feeling «f am who have been
volunteering to pet set a Hr* toward
to able-bodied citiaen who refused
to land a band bat perched on a horse
black at a safe distance aad watched
their eg arts with amused interest.
The lsrlination to threw a brick hi
bls^ directionstrong and natural.
"jIaiaTl ** to ha dona with
mtipt to let
„ „„ Till eoso
maaity fa which ha Uvea. Haw must
mad tot act The man who t* wed
able-to lend a hand now and refuses to
do H voluntarily exiles himself from
MBS. JAMES HOSTESS TO
BJXAUTH MOWN1KG CLUB.
Mr*. Hlntoa Jamas «n a aoat Me
dial katM to tha Ehaabath Brown
ing Book CM oa Friday, dona Ilk
It a Mnirir —fcuTrr-* ewraar of Um
Ptosoa, Min Haiti. Wall Bryaat dts
paaaod Mldaa patch to all. Tha
pnma «o Paainal Vmmu, «u
vary food. Kin Hatha Covington
aad In. 0*0. Artegar road totsTant
lag gayon, aad Mho Potto Jamas
gora mas Hu, In /am tfesa
toattod hn gossto to pbqrtef **WU
nn " Mrs. Jonas, atsstag hlgkaat,
was awards* a In ads son hr framad
Partnlt of tha PonUn*. Bsdmfc
• ' • • » • • • «
• LOCAL NEWS. *
Miss Josephine BaatjMt has ss her
guests this SMk Miss Mary Ovnthla
Bethea of McCall, S. C„ and Miss
Mrs. J. E. Hill and grandchildren of
la Lastinhsrg with Capt. and Mia.
C. M. PayVer.
Mia. W. L Header*** ad Charlotte
i* visiting fa the city, a gaaet ef her
mother, Mia. Xats Thiaaee, aad air
ter. Mrs. J. D. Shaw.
Mia. MaMair MeNciU ad ImM fa
spandfag a f^w days la the city with
Mr. aad Mrs. J. T. Beetfah aad other
Mis. I .panic Hsansnnd and Uttla
tea. Locale, dr, letstaod heoso Taaa
day faght from Winter, Va, whale
they hare been visiting isfaUeea for
Mr. W. R. Faye of Chattel apoat
Bsnday la the oHy with friaada aad
loft Moaday morning for Cbaifatto
to nyaat to the aseosptiia hoard
there, having been caQad into the
Mr. Neill McKay of Wagrum mi
hi Laariabnrg Tueeday mernimg with
Ms dsagbtw, MMb Ma McKay, who
with Mias Betsy MeNsUl, left (or a
Mr. Joo. r McNair haa haaa Hi at
Ma hone hi tha city ataee fhiaiiay, hat
wa are glad to atata la improving.
HU many friaada hara aad thrsegh
oat tha atata with far him aa sariy
mcovtry and a return of good health.
Mra. J. B Central] of Spartanburg,
8. C.. apant p few days of this weak
hara with Mra. Sue Brinson. Wadnsa
day amramg Mrs. Cantrell and Kiae
Margaret Brinson Ml far Kaaaaa
Ctty, Me^ to spend several wests an
a a—mist outing.
Capt. Baron P. OaldweH. formerly
hand of tha Laoriabhrg eahoala. som
mandar machine gun company of tha
Slat Regular infantry, sailed tor
Prance Thursday, Jana XI. wtth Ma
company. Side* December of last
year Capt. Caldwell has been station
ed at Camp Forest, ChWkamaugna.
Mr. Aubrey P. Hammond, who aa
stated elsewhere haa bean at home
bare, received a message by wire lata
Tuaedsy evening jaat before train
time giving Mm an extension of X
at home. Mr. Hammond
Mr. Chas. W. Odom of
haa subscribed fob tl.OOo of.
Savings Stamps, or aa the boys
has gone the limit. It is mid
Odom is tha only unmarried young
mam in the scanty to become a mem
ber of the Limit Club. Others will de
writ to do aa be baa done.
Mr. Dan McIntyre left Wednesday
morning far Moatraat to attend a
ye«mg peoples* i aa reiitlmi of Hands/
acbool workers and goaa aa a rapro
rentotive at the Laariabnrg Presby
terian Sunday school. Thia eonvaa
tica will be is session from Jane C8
to July 7th.
Meaara. , Marshall James, sen of
Mr. and Mra. A. U Jamas, and Mar
shall Prince, son of Dr. and Mra. D.
M. Prtaaa, am at AatwaBe attending
a Mg weeks military animal, whkh la
bahiB conducted at tha famous Btng
ham school barracks by the (Mv»
aHy of North Carolina Capt. J.
Stuart Allen, military Instructor at
tha UnhmrMty last year, and Cbpta.
Blount and MoGhoo are trainhig 1M
young North Carolinians far • weeks
there thia summer. Messrs. James
and Prince am Laorinburg's rspre
Sheriff W. 1>. MeLatnin ukt The
Exchange to advise aB MtoaeNh
owners that the new lMS-lflf license
nvmhen araet be ea aQ ears by My
1st The Sheriff farther states Mat
a)< asteaseMles wiiheat the sew U
cease sweat wi after Jeiy 1st will be
denied the privileges of the pebSe
highways, aad their owner. *m be
ftaed la the eoerta. It is stated Mat
the secretary of state eaa eayyiy
As I eat is a far ead dtotaat lend 1
wM write yea a flaw Usee te let yea
heew that 1 ass eafsytag feed health.
This Is a toe natty veer here, t
wish aS say Mends hi Seettaad eeeld
see the hsaatlfhl eoeoary veer hate.
weald She to be ever liwe avw. Otoe
■a aay Meads ar bast whdwa, and
ta« than that H la ay high to see at
We Sell War-Savings Stamps
1 . ' . .
We offer thin Blown Ice Tea Glasses as shown for
90 cents per dozen Cash. $1.20 per dozen when
and Lighting systems.
. Let ns show you the i
simpliest and most eco- |
nomical way. Our prices I
are low compared with !
other systems. The best \
results guaranteed. t
Help Uncle Sam Help You
BUY WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS
I . GET IT AT
V- - •
J. Pounded I860
Preparatory ni collegiate
How* Economic* Aft
Strap Teach*** in Chats* at *1
Apply tar Catalapn*
P. P. HOBGOOD. PrcaMwt
THE JUNK BUYER
While doming oat year Ban*,
■are your Bags, Bagging, and
MET ALB—Copper Braaa. Zinc.
Lead, Aluminum, Pewter. Radi.
RUBBER—Bobber Boota, Bote
ber Bhoea. Bicycle Tina Solid
VahfckTirae, laaer Tubea, Ante
BIDES—Hone, Male and Cow
Dry fWi Bahaa Scrap Ina.
Briag ywr Jagk to
The Place: W. P. Evaaa’ Wood
Yard, Lwrfabarg, N. C.
snmcs oo. Aonm.
lM !l.Ur», y.C.
Are You Backing Up Our Boys
O* bays who arc sacrificing their Hwe far you and me; If ne,
yea wlU make a big sacrifice every day acd ioaa UNCLE SAM
y«>r meaty. Yea will boy War Savings Stamps and Thrift
Stamps every day.
A War Savings Stamp casta, this month. $4.17. Far sack
Binary tbs United States Oivctewl wUI pay yen $Sj$S Jaasary
Twenty Firs Cant Thrift Stamps are said. M yea ebb to tore
year ynartarn. When drlia ef Hirer have bean iMaad to n
Thrift | Card, rm can gat a War Savings Stomp by paying a few
WE SELL WAR SAYINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS.
Jj7 ana every day—bay until you feat that
Give each ef yaar children Twenty Flea Canto and teach them
to save by bayiag THRIFT STAMPS. /
Be a IM pm cant American-Lean year money to UncU Sam.
BLUETS DRUG STORE
We Invite you to cell end inepeet our lino of bathing
eepe. Now ahowinf the latent in thJa aeesoo’a otylea.
Come and look theoe o.er while the eeieetioo la complete.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS-ahow Uncle 8am
that you are aquaaoiy behlod him In the Up debt ,
EVERINGTON’S DKUG STORE
The Baa-Tax Drug State.
Uniakui, North Carolina