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•CAR THIR OOLUIMN PON ITWIL*
*••• oont a word. Hot loo*
than oli word* to tho lino.
Ho Advorttoomonto takon for loo*
than 10 oonts.
Uollota. Kk>ond«r», Trout, or toy kiwi
of Bok you way okooar, at
I wil poaftiTely r»Hr* from tk* UTW7
bvdaaa* altar Not. lag My entire out
At la for aak. Arthur Row.
Oyatara Friday Bight at
Ray'* Ire Huuar.
Fancy Qureo OUtuo at Oaoierou'*.
Loggrtt * Baehwhaat and Maple Syrup
II row do not batten »• o*» Mfltt
aorUing yon want lu tb. n.» nf fn-W
oakaa give aa a trial ordtr and m\
Baa tba lataot atylaa o> Hah Flo* at
B% Una of atmUng alltar ngnr ah«D*
and man UuMaat a rrrj low pri» for
quality of good*, only 8f> mli, at
Wa aarry tba boat llaaol fan*. crankara
•a Um mark.:, at Tba Bakary.
Rnginriag dooa haw on all rood. hM
Baa oar In# of oil Tar baba, only 8-t rt*
Qaaan'a Tam Coen at Caorrva'a
I.obafarM, Oxford Hauaagr. Bomdaaa
Pig Vkrt aad Imneliaoa I tadiat
Aaparaco* Tip* CaowooV
I ea» malt* yon any kind of *ak* you
want on eliortaoiic* at TV bakery
lUg line of wire* uoreftiea at
End agios a.
II yoe wear Hhoa* ro to w*
Whitaker ft Bearan*.
FW kiilah Cow with young call, (or
»>/ H. Uty- Lytch.
Fin* eoufceUonart** ol all kind* at
The Baker .
A sir* aoaorttarat chocolate candle*
}*»t arrired at Tla bakery.
Do yoe wear i’aata? It wi, m
Whitaker A HaraM.
A fine lot of fruit thie week at
Mr. A. T. McLeod, of Rocking
bam, waa in town on Monday.
Hr*. A. 8. J. PerBBm vtattrd
friend* in BennetUviUe last week, i
Mr. Zach Norton, of Fairly,
pa* in town laat Saturday.
Mr. Jud Connelly, of Riverton
waa in the city on Saturday laat.
Mr. W. N. Sweat, of Laurel
Hill, waa in town luet Saturday.
Mr. Hiram Norton, of Laurel
Hill, waa in town laat Monday.
Mr. A. H. Currie, of Max ton,
arua In the city Monday.
State and county tax levy in
Marlboro county for this year is
$1.40 on the hundred.
Mr. C. E. Patrick made a visit
to bis home at Ifeunetteville laat
Mr. and Mr*. R Row, of Jock
eon tipriugs, fire th* gueeta of
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Roe*.
Dr. and Mr*. A. 0. Everett, of
PagiMM, are visiting their moth
er, Mrs. M. W. Everett '
Mr*. Alton Ramaenr, of Char.:
lotte, to visiting her parents Mr.
Md Mrs. H. A. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCaekill,
of Maxtoq, sprat last Friday in
MrAJL B. Hardee, the wsfl
ft Observer, ■ Id! (.lie cK^JiV
We ars sorry.to note that Mr.
Dnncan Leach had the misfor
tune to have his lag broken in a
runaway on last Friday after
After this issue the Exooakox
will be located In it* new home
next door to the postoAoe, in
the store rsoently vacated by
MeDofllto Bros. '
Ben nett* villa will rot* on a
f12,000 ia*u* of bond* for elec
tric light* November 14.
Min* Kuby McIntosh Id&vw
Thursday afternoon for Curri
tact, N. C., wh«re nhn has^p
cepted a position a* teacher^
We did not attend the Slate
Fair last week: the Raleigh pa
p*r» claim that a greet success
and that the crowd* were ths
greatest that evsr attended any
Fair at Raleigh.
Mr. W. J. Edward*, of Hanford,
th* well-known banker, wm the
gnc*t of Mr. J. U. Covington on
Mr. 8. B. Bundy, of Mounoo,1
was iu tlw city last Wednesday j
to attond thoBivens-McColliUHr. •
An old and valued friend, in
remitting hie aubacription writes
crop# very ehort, cotton 40 [wr
cent, com oO percent, Pena n
failure, Squirrel* 90, Coons nnd
Oppoaeoma 100. So you we
we will not perish if somebody
will furnish a dog. Succaas to
— Among Widths who r! si led the^
State Fair last wreck were Mieses
Janie Macon, I’attio James,Har
riett Me loan and Kate Allen nod
Meansb Bob Everett, J. C. Mor
gan, Shelton Monroe, Pector Mc
Lean, Fairly Patterson Dugnld
Stewart, Jus. MoLnnrln and
NWl O'Brien and Dr*. W. T.
Ucrndou and K. A. Blue.
Capt. 8. M. Thomus showed ns I
•onto of the work of the “sharp
shooter” on cotton: an average
•talk was fairly well fruited but
three fouAhs of the bolls had
withered away from deadly bill
of the sharpshooter. Capt Thom
as on one farm mode, lust yoar,
126 hales, and it was not a good
crop either, this year the some
farm will not produce os much as
fifty iwdes. And this, we think,
is the case with a majority of the
(arms of this county.
On last Thursday Messrs. L.
W. illxl J). H. Cox, of fleimst,U
vill«, sere Indicted before F. L.
Bundr, 3.1'., f j? violation of M*e
Slate revenue Upr; the defendants
hod Uvu sdHng musical ins tin.
menu in North Carolina without
liceiiHt*. Tl'.o di ,'eiu e set up the
claim that only soliciting was
done in North Carolina and the
actual sale Toole place in South
Carolina os liir goods were ship
ped to their North Carolina cus
tomers and that the defendants
were not liablo to taxation un
der the inter-state commerce law.
The state, however, contended
that the goods were shipped Into
North Carolina in the defendants
own name and that the actual
sale was in North Carolina. Mr.
Bund/ bonudv^ir. D. H. Cox
over to next term of con^t. Mr.
L. W. Cox wae dbmrbfsed. Mr.
B. II. Cox gave boud for his ap
pearance at court.
MatMr'i Warm Syrup.
B»t worm nmdlelM. ChUdna Ilk* it
•o well tk»y cat it oa bread.
Mr. D. J. Everett and Mia*
Mnrjr Lockey wn% unite*! iu the
holy bonds of matrimony ouloat
W'edneaduy, October 23rd, Rev.
L. S. Massey oflteiutiug. Tits
wedding was private, witnessed
by the family and n few friends
Quite a numlier of handsome
Kmts were received from
ds wishing then a lung aud
happy lilt. Mr. Kverstt is a wcll
raiown building contractor end
Mia. Everett is a slater of lir. J.
r.- Lockey, the spinning-room
bosa of the Dickson Cotton MU1.
Tns bride and groom drove to
Maxton wham they boarded the
eats for guMMttavine, tlw home
For mrslm, nrWUng* mmt ‘
Umn to Mrthlar to food mm (hmmbt*.
tal«*r Pda Ratal. Tr/ it. For ml* by
l>m Frlae* ft Dim, drufgtota.
. Dear Excdaxoe:—Though hun
dreds of mOss away we arc lead
to trader our eiousrs thunks to
you for an article published in
yonr raloabls paper, that was
tha maana of bringinga snug lit
r.ia ram to ns. Tim Bible says,
"Tkjjr that (rive to tha poor lend
to tea lord.” So good deed
wiO lose its reward. Ws ask a
Massing upon yon for this kindly
Gratefully In His sseviee,
Teacher* or Mast
n w. huST*"' “““
y Columbus, Qm.
Tee Excha* to bftr*
bam some i
ful for that
Chi la*t Wedneeday evening at
the residence ot Ur. T. C. Bundy
a very pretty wedding ceremony
waa performed. The cuntreeting
purtfa. wen Dr. J. Ji Bivens, «
well-known dentist of UcOolL B.
C., and Mias Willie McCall, ooeoi
Laurinbuix'e most popular
young lad ice. The ceremony was
at six o’clock promptly lJr. K.
A. Blue and Mum Beulah Cameron
«iad Dr. W. M. Kennedy and Uia«
AI1k> Buudy were Uieattendants.
Rev. L. a Massey, tho officiating
cJergyiuun. Only relaUvse and
a few near friends were present.
The unde and groom left imme
diately forthehomsof the groom
ot Wingate, N. U. The nappy
couple were . the recipient* of
many beautiful and ooeUy pree.
emt*, and they carry witn them
“• wUhoa of a host of
friends. They will make their I
home at McColl, a C.
I LlfTTEH TO UQ. Moray L. John Lmp
| In burg, N. C.
®r- Hatch words and phrase* may
look wall In adrartlanatats, bat tkay do
yon ao food. Don't brip your paint to i
w«ar. I* ft 11. baa mot* laad and ring
In It than any other painta; bat tta gnat
ioatara la that yoa add mask od to it.
Don't pay a paint prim lor Uumd ou
Whan yoa aankny L. ft M. aatul-paata,
and tjMn p4d oil lor wkiak pod ha repaid
tka proper prtea Aafc Mraan i'rlnre ft
Dint tor full polar earda cotnbiu
Uoa book lata.
LOMOMAN ft 3J.VBT1NK3,
SCOTLAND COUNTY'S FIRST
The flr»t court of Sootlond
coujitr opened Tueeday morn
ing, October 2flth, Hon. Geo. H.
Brown prodding. The court
wont over the docket and eon-1
tinned n number of caaeeond ad
journed until tide, Wediimdar,
moroW. The court wae held in
r ielde IlnJI, our court hotiae not!
being quite completed. Judge
Brown make* an admirable pee-1
aiding judge, fair und impartial.
Among the rieiting attorney*
are Me*em. Joo.. ,!)• .Shaw,. Sr..
Cameron Unrriaon and Jno. W.
leGruod. of Itockingbmn. and
lion. Jua. A- Lockliun,uf Wndee
threr d*r» ami afehta I. miffrrWi
**“■>» UBtohJ fruB on niUrh ol rV.lf»
ujortiaa l>ro»*1itj>« l.yr»Unirrmci:»b^n' !
■»r» M. K. T»«rthrr. eb*!; o« Uw di-a-Vt ]
rourt. (A-ut nrll*, Iowa. thought I
Bbrnild su rHy di... «nd tJriKl a dn»»» dl!
h-rout nuxUruK-* but bR tn no purpoar.
J Brut lor a. hot;> ol llnunlvruun'ttVJV.
Cltobni ami Di(irrit:i*f< B-tvpdT iid there
doaor ic&nrwl.rar outr-ty” Th> rruuxly
W tor Mb by Dm. IVbob * Wn*.
Tho potato crop la said to tie
fine thU year.
Jack Front gave ua n abort
call—etoyed Junt long enough to
give the leaves a beautiful varl
Scotland'a Brat court lan.great
curiosity, Judging from the ac
tlona of the ettiwme, etc.
MiajKw Clyde and Juanita Mor
rison, of Maxton, visited MU**
Muttie anil Bessie Covington a
Those of our citizen* returning
from ths State Fair report it a
“high kicker.” Has J. W. Bailey
lost lUs hold on reform?
Pnldio school at Rnend’e drove
Academy began Monday with
llr. John M. Wright us twachor.
There woe some pea-vine hoy
marts in thissoction, tot), bnt we
didn’t wait-to measure the vines
or count ths loads.
There Metus to tie nomethlng
wrong with tbedever.poetmMter
at Laurel Hill. ■ He take* one
I eolhl hour to dine, at tinea
Our social word U very dead
at preerot. Wouldn’t it be a
good idea to appoint a board of
•trntagyto look pp and plan eom e
■aoceMdnl way of long winter
•• Vouf Lit* Worth M Con’s.
Oossa Bilans, woksow that yoa bass
bsm disappointed maay tbaw.bet siako
oas wow aVort to bs mH. (touch *
Kwbts Ryrap baa sand tbosaaada asd
it win care you. Coasnmptloa la tbsis
shH at tbs food Material that afcmld go
to sapport tbs body *«] soctaia Mb bo
lag abanshid sad throw* od la thbttao
loss oaltw. To wrawoai* this wasts ol
rltal lows aad raster* lb* -rsrllh—it
In tbs system Is Its sHtanvl oosrss, Is to
oars. Tl»ls is aasoapiUrad by (looch’*
I osaloaa %mp. It saaitoli eooghs.
night sweet*, ■pitting n( blood. mnM
Is theat. tadaiasd throat nad taaga, dtt
hesWy olbtrathlag.b*acy wagbassecso
panM with capMtferettos, aad parahad
■pa Ws know yea bats ban* dlaap
FRANK THORNTON DRY GOODS GO..
^FAYETTEVILLE, K. C
We wink to thank our frieud* through
thie paper lor their pnxt patronage, and
extend to each and every one of thorn a
kind iuvltation to vttt our BIO RTOTtK
during our Fair, Nov. 5. <J. 7 and 8, we jvill.
take good care of you here—and will bc'giaJ
to eee you ail. ,
COK'T BUY YCUR WRAPS UNTIL YOU VISIT TIE FAIR. W2 ARE
SITWINS A LARGE STOW OF LAWES' JA3XETS, AITOHMILE
03ATS (K DIFFERENT LENGTHS. LADIES' REBLAHS AMD
LAOIEi’ CAPE3 Of EVERY DEKRiPTIJN AND PRI8LS.
iW Fun* ia Iluiu*ian Sable, Blue and
Elejrant Fur Capra and Fur
Kedtwear. Excluaive Fur Noveltira are
OUR (CARPET DEPARTMENT
1h stocked with mi elegant line of Velvet
Brussels, Mngnet. Body Brussels mid Tn
gruiu Carpets. Also a full line of Matting
and Bugs of every description. Oil doth*
for tU« floor 80 indue* to two yards wide in
large assortment of style* and patterns to
belwi* from. Don't full to set ua lor floor
THE BIG DEPABTMENT STOKE,
FRANK THORNTON DRY GOODS C0„
FAYETTEVILLE, W. O.
N. R —Lftdipa’ .Ration and Toilet Room on first
floor for oOi; out of t >\rn ffnents.
$130,930 STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS AND SHOES
1b mure than in neces
sary to select your
from, but we will ,sell you just as
cheap os if we iuul that huge stock.
Our goods sere bought atiowest prices and we are selling
them the same way.
Give us a call before you buy your
Dry Cood89 Shoes and Underwear.
-A. -A-. JAMBS.
NEW STORE. WHITE FRONT.
.—nr. a. james,__
**%!*« Mass n&ssfffls
Alarm ft eoracthinf
difrerent • • • e •
»» ;♦ ,
If you can be convinced by riaina why ml tm9
frum us, comm, we will convince ]— ^-i rirjiljl!7^|il^_
for UXOURWBAH la now on nod oar Use at oOUom ladawL
fur Latiica an<l Child ran ia np*io-dato at ssiaul bunli
If you am looking lor READY-MADEDR&SSEHLanr
carry a fun lino of th«£ w
A LINE THAT LEADS. Hats tbit coax
JAMES’ MILLINERY are always abreast of the
workmanship aad material*. TRIMMED
quality and finish, par Trimmed Bat t'.
ibe leading feat a nee of oar bu tinea*.
JACKSON SrHiibo rittNtKJlL WAItlU
— « ■ ■
Good Medicine the Year Round.
TMi fsnou HHMir for iadlgmios. ham °t AppaUta, KUmw aad Ml»
TTBrntta, Kbrnmatlaa. fa »wr — tib mmt*.
It fa batlU la tfa my bat atjfa nfaUm a| la mmtm. It
W- L. FIELDS, Druggist, Agent,
Lavrinbanr, N. C.
Shifts, Collars, Duffs and Neckwear.
« __ / . .. r n • ’ • ,* '
Wa ha*a jort raceired a eomplau lina of Collar*, Cut. —■»
Mick<Mr, ud «mU ba |hd to lUaa r»m 1 imrt dwilmn m «
your SJumraar naada.
—COMPLETE LINE OP
^ IN ALL THE NEW SHADES.
inwo«l« phca in town yon CM bay “JulU M.riow” Sfcoaa for ladier _
end 'he B «ioaiconliacf*rawo>tb«M ere tbc beat tlMtMbkiw
tjmpHM. ThaeWogyw. foe pee* patronage aw) aoBdtiaJV^M^
inajoca M aawt, wo arc - ^
Vary lUrpectf lly, '
J. F. MCNAIR.
N. A Oall—d aaa mt mw Wck of
BCOOIBS AND HARNESS.
I Don’t E?sp Ewjfa Ira Nasi
But If you Need a Good OOOK STOVE*.
A good IVnp and Outfit, Tinware that ia Guanuateed aot to Rant —
the only Tiawara worth buying,—Enameled warn,
Jtah e aod pocket.l Carpenter.' Taoia, Uifl Fittiaga.
Injector., V.ilvea. Ac. •*
Wagon und Buggy material. Bv Iron, round and flat,
chinca, Bicycle Sundries Cabnn Paint (or mitai
work ol all kind., MUR ESCO. the beat wiRftoMi on_
I keep all the above and many other uaefat tbiogi that an wot rara
tinned. It wiK bo toYOU* INTERESTto gat toy
fare buying ehevhete. I am rdtliag vary low far ca*.
CT. X3. BA.3arFQ3Eg.3D.
JUDGE WALTER NEAL.
A writer at Raleigh who sign*
b unself “lUioniBbury” has talcon
Ida second ^tum st prsdicrtious
concerning nomination /or tbs
Supreme (Vurt. Among other
things he wire that Judge Neal,
the popular appointee of Gover
nor Arcoclr to the iadgship of
this (ftitrigf, will not A nomi
mrted to mceeed hlmeell Oar
inform utioi at preesnt is' that
Judge 5se) will be nominated
not be ncnn
bio to learn
n entire eat
U bead gear.
f* any bow?
ifid of Lon
f ^ baio»~~ »• >*w
m Ml* «t T*n. PHm» * Dm',
J2»»^ t^’.«wrt.pwlwl a*«.
♦It ia absolutely free to!
the successful subscriber.
Just send your dollar
£na iMi .iwiifimn imy
where from 1 to300, also
naming a second and
tliird choice, aa the first
number may ha already
selected by another
party, riieee tiokets are
going fast. Better be
sure of your*. Ton in
tend to subscribe any.
way; why not now. The
buggy may be seen at
Land for Rent.
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P4™^*™ lor th* mr
Wot. or lor » torn of 4m
Twuft, •« irmv •win bw4.
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D. M-0”b<m»’s Harrows. Brfckford and "-Tira Mil
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