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CAM WITH «r»HK, Xo ABYTIM'IKlUikK’l
TACM fob um mu 10 cam.
A $*50.00 I’UAu huixlaoma Muhtar
«f PtarUeaflr mw la pariart .um
tlltioii. Bargain to quick btnr. Ad
jaaa X Lock Boa Wi. Lwriobiru, N.
I’ewr’a 6 ail ulhrr Toilet Hoapa at Krar
You will Bad tha baat bmnou la town
at J. T». ibiianl'i.
Wanted 1000 tnaa Cotton Bead. Mae
am batoea yon aaU. John A. Stanton.
rFropbylaaMa * other tooth bnmhaaat
A saw Um of Cmr-a paper at Etwlag
I am paying hlgbaat priom for Cotton
dead, acalaa at depot. J. A. Stanton.
Mnromra la Beautiful. Cunranbat,
Hmooniimi. Jlorahlr Hasitary and Flm
proof aB tlnta. for bnU by J. ft. Sonlord.
•boat Hoi China and rut glam at Kvrr
If you ara loo kiss lor baigaiae go to
Kaw baa of itatlonsry at Kvarinirtoab,
A abalinaof tabb and |i'«-««t Cutlery
at J. I». Hanford’*.
No. 40, for Wllaingtor, at 0:1 a a. at.
No. NO, for (Imrlottr, ot 7;0l p. m.
•No. 44, lor WlUnlaxtoa. at ftOB p. a.
•Sn. 4n. for UawM. at 8:18 a. a.
■|>»Ur axorpt Bandar.
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On Wednesday, September 31
Don. R. D. Gilmer, attorney
General of thia State after a pend
ing the forenoon on the street*
of nnr town shaking hands .with
old aoquuintunoeee, and making
new over, spoke in the afternoon
to a very appreciative acdinnoe.
After laying down the propoei
tion that the Demoocratlc party
bud solved the many pet plexing
problem* that had confronted
it to the beat interests of thoee
concerned with 1U solution, Ire
ably discuseed the records and
IKilfceeof both parlies u* tiiey
eflect not only t lie people of the
ftrele, but of tho entire nation.
He closed with a beautiful trl
bnte to Judge Purker m which hi
said that lib eltetion would
Averina new era in the life of
the notion.—au em of law, order
J ifrr' 'itwpo towm.
• ~ ■ M VtcMty
0urH4 tftc Pis: Wei
Sirs. I* 41. '.layton visited
friends in Hamlet last week.
Two notices to ti'tnmpaisur
uppenr in thin lwme.
Mr. A. A. James’ new adver
tisement thin we. k will be of In
terest to our ludy leaders.
Mr. nud Mrs. G. H. Russell left
toduy for Troy to visit relatives
a tow days.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jolm T. Bostick
**» visiting relatives fn Robeson
county this week.
Mis. Charlie Brown and daugh
ter. of Burlington, 8. C., ore Wa
iting Mrs. W. H. Sutherland.
The cotton receipts ut this mar
ket have reached 1070 bales ro
tar tills season.
His price ot cotton is holding
np pretty well. It is bringing
lOJi cents on this u^urket today.
Mr. J. Bodenhoft] of Lumber
ton, is liere today doing electrical
Mrs. R. I). Phillip* and children
will leave this evening for Mere
dith, Fla., to spend the winter.
Mr. J. C. Morgan baa bought
Mr. Malcolm Uiuell'a barber
"hop and la opening it np at the
Miaeea Carrie, Lean, Kdltb,
Ullie and Almonte McNeill, of
Old Hnpdred, left laet weok for
Ked Springe Seminary.
Mr. abd Mra. W. T. Oovlngtbn,
«f Hanford, apent Sunday here
with Mr. IL IL Covington’a fam
The millioery opening an
noancsuenU of Mm. W. l>.
'Jamesusd Mrs. T. W. Parker
anpsar this week.
Re** John M. Ross and A. N.
Ferguson, und Messrs. Hector
Me Lean and W. W. McOIrt are
attending a meeting or the Fay.
•t 1st ills Presbytery ah lienee
lom, Moore oonnty.
Mr. E. 12. Williams,' of York
vllle, a C.,. ucoosds Mr. A. W.
Fetter, as druggist with Dr*.
Prlno* & Bins. Mr. Williams or.
rivsd i»f TVatfnribucg 8 tnrday
rooming, accompanied by his
My New Fall 5Ss Winter
Stock of Dry-goods, Notions, Shoes, Cloth
^ ing, Hats and Caps—
are now ready for your inspection, at away dowu priooe.
Good aallcoaa only Be
Tho beit'eafleooa only Be
Typhoon A* worth 10c ray prior eye.
Mannriritm worth laye toy onao tUe.
Oodapa. all ootora, bora B to lOo
Bart paroalm lyd wide worth lay my
rimwd Hard wafccJnpa worth 19% my
Xn-oyroiatogn, ^doable width worth
VoU wniatlopa worth 8Be my prior 80e.
toUto marearimd wniatiom SB to SOo.
«Uto 16 to 85c par rd.
Tahb namw HO laeb worth SOa tor Me
TabU Hataa (U lock worth T3e lor ihe.
toot oortolao bom SOc to 1,75 par pr.
WMtaeowmtarpoam Iron* 7Be onward.
Boat tabie o0 etotk oaly 80a.
window atiadaa with Mm only 88a.
Homiopootlor ladlm akffta Mtoch wlda
worth TBa Jay prtto BOn.
HcoailUl I* navy-blue ud block, 88
Inch worth TVs my price Me.
BcWtaatcca ta blank 80 Inch wMa worth
50c my price 8 Of.
SbaUaw la blur, pu, pm tirl Ivaown
8(1 inch worth To ay prior »f)r.
War'. cr'I-tM-44 lock w« i tij it'll tor
bUA raclroac 88 Inch wMa worth 78e
my print 80c.
Uroodciotha War, blank, brown 84 <uch
worth 1.23 atyyrfen 28a.
fVIka i<> In. worth The "or 4Ba
Bflke 1 yd wide worth 1.23 lor Me
BUahrU white aad colored frota 7r.e to
4.(81 par pair.
Comfort* from fl.OO to 1.80
JjuBj robo bom *1.35 to 2 DO
UmhasUaa from Me to 1.60
Mena aad boy glory from »6 to 74a.
OMMMdtnrapalrrftfcaiMBOM BattfeAxr. w* bava tfetfu ia all tfca lata*
•hapaa tor iaa, boja, ladha. aha and ekfldrtn at priaaB to 4aM aTarjbody.
Mm biwbwn Me to 9*60.
Hoya abom tons fl 00 to 93.60. -
CUdiM (how Ina 40c to 91.00.
Ladlaa ahon troia l»8a to $8 00.
Wan dhoaatfoi TBto 1.B0.
liUdira niHon IronJaO to 7He.
llaaa rattan froa M to *1.00.
Olotl&lkui X C?lotXxlxxagX X
I call special attention to my line of mans, boys and
childrens Clothing this season, a* I have tho greatest line
I erer handled and have some great indneemonts to offer
If yon will only see me before buying
Toatb* Oaannata h»r» M OO to 7.HO
Man* pails froai ON* to M V)
) oaths iMtou from l.ootaiino
ChMraaskass paats froai 3H* to 1 .HO
Don’t fall to see our liny of Uiiderwonr, negligee shirts,
mans and boys hats and caps, suit oases, neckwear, sweat
ers, hosiery, suspenders, Mens fancy rests nil colors, over
alls, gum coats, toilet soap, belts, alarm clocks, watches,
Jewelry, etc., stationery, embroideries, laces as we are al
ways headquarters for low prices on anything In - the dry
Mr. It. M. Teddor, of Charlotte,
trn* hero r**<fwtl«y, the (f i»»t of
Mr. J. T. Kiolde.
Mr. I*. 1L Aebury, the Stieff
tiVtn, true Ikkc aevet-ul <Jay» this
There in nothing in the paper
thie week of room importance to
the mnler than our advertising
eo!ii huh. •»
ki T. C McRachln, of |ttere>
ditii, I-! line rv turned after a
visit kiil . W. It. McKachin’s
Mr. Jos Warw ick, who has a
portion with the Aetna Fertiliser
woihs, of CroHjy, spent Bondoy
neurLau fin burg with koine folk*.
At the preliminary hearing
yesterday ooe Will Johnson, col
ored, charged with settee* liquor
without license, woe hound over
to Huperior court.
Mru. Podertek, of Pensacola,
Fla., stopped over here a lew
duju this week with her aunt,
Mrs. M. 0. McKay, ou bur way
home from Jacksonville, if. C.
R*r- J. A. Lm will preach in
the U&ptlst church next Sunday
at tujt'i re rv ices, In the a bee nee
of the pastor, who tuu gone to
Macoo, N. a, to hold a meet
Married.—Mr. Archie OUieon
to Mies Maudie Sibbett, at Dick
eon Mill, batorday evening
September, 17, at 71A0 o’clock.
’Squire 8. W, Covington per
formed the ceremony.
Mrs. W. M. Coo par very pleas
antly entertained n few of her
young friends Tuesday evening
iu honor of her either, Mias Macy
Unndy, of Richmond, Va.
Beginning next Monday. Sep.
tember HO, Lanrinburg wOl have
(pur daily id ruin, which win be a
great convenience to oar buei.
neee men and the pa bile generally.
The new advertisement of The
tlfbeon Mercantile Co., of (Hbeoa
N. C.t appears this week. They
carry a big stock of goods aod
it will pay our readers in that
section to watch there ad. every
Mr. M T. McCall, one of Lao
rinborg’s Jevtlers, has employed
Mr. Kvntie Hamer, of Tatum,
8.to aeetet him in his Jewelry
busiines. j ilr.Hanjjy j* a
nephew of Dr. A. V. Haraor.
TIi* lust lovttlluHot of ''Old
Hay Rube’s” World’s Fair artt
J' appears this week. His write
ap of tbe Exposition bus been
iuUm-«Hag to ull, and especially
valor. b>e to those who anticipate
We a01 attention to Mr. J. W.
Mason’s big advertisement, in
this iss >«. Mr. Mason's an
nouncements are always attrac
tive “business pullers” and we
eeaure you that tbe one this
•reek is no exception to the rule.
MleaSorab Robinson, of Wader
boro, N. C., has accepted a posi
tion ns "teimgrapber with tlie
cotton mi II« uf this pb«-e. nud
haa euu-rol upon the uiacu«r^s
of her duties. She la a sister of
Solicitor Lee Robinson, of this
Th* Euchamik vary much re*
grets to bear of the death of Mr.
James Hunter, which occurred
at hie home in Portemoaib. Vn..
Saturday night last. Mr. Hun.
ter lived in Laarinbaig several
yean ego and will be remembeifed
by a great many of oar people. '
The Opening announcement of
the Scotland County Savtngu
Sauk appbuub iu Yhie issue. *Hfle
new enterprise'fills a longfWk
want in Laurtnhnrg and hope
it will reoeive good support and*
eocouregewent from the start.
It opens next Tuesday, Septenu
ber 87. ... > K
Juniper Bridge, north o| Lour
inbutg, hoe been in aa impassible
condition since tbe storm last
week, but Mr. J. M. Uolxn fa
forme. 1 oe Mondoy that they ex
pected to have It repaired by to
day or tomorrow. la the mean
time Letter Carrier Maes has
been-doing several miles omt of
the way in order to deliree mall
to all the patron* on bit roots.
Mlee Pearl UekiimoD has re
signed her position as operator
in the telephone ofloe, sad win
return to the if (Ate Normal Oof.
h«e tbit fall. Mtee McKinnon
hoe giam rbry *<i1rfeetQfv aa+
vid toteiephooe petrort«^u»d
uo d.vtbt'th* new operator. Mm
Meggiu Baa ford, will be, equally
Mr. Mack Cameron to upending
msvm-uI days in Rockingham on
A eerie* of special meeting* wttl
begin in the Hnptist church the
first Sunday night in October.
The pastor will be aided after
Wednesday by Rev. tVm. L.
Walker, of Macon, (la. It will
be remembered that Mr. Walker
preached in the llapttot church
bore hut August, enroot* to and
from Spring Hill where he held a
most mooses ful nutting. The
united oo—operation of the
Christian forces of the town and
| community is earnestly solicited.
army. AH pcraona |ad«bto4 to Mil m.
TW. 19lh Jv^Sutttor |*ln.
J. W. WOOBAHJ),
«tot iMt. AMJrro't
«'* >MIM H ba
__ T m tykkv
Thfc folio wing to a list of ucw
aubacribara sod raoewala to TlX
Bmuanob afoot oar but laaot:
M B (Hlaua, tMbana.
I 4 V McLaaria, Laariabarg.
D L Jacfcaaa. Laarfsbaqr. Ho t.
H MoLtaa, Laariakata. Ko t.
ClXUidar, Laartebarc/Vo a
Mm. Mar/ J. Dai, Mum*.
M Banbtata. Iaarfabatg.
B B Hatter. Hamah.
PI) Joan, Laariabarg.
. L A MeLaaria, OU Haafcai.
D Z HaMUa. OatoM.
Jaak ttethta, Laaitebar*.
C MoXteaoa. LaatteWs.
X U Kaadall, Laariakanr.
F K Jom, luMriabai*.
l>r V T Pate, (Hbaaa.
Lawtelterte. I aba teaUat.
OA OUcbrtet. Oak tUp.
Matter H Kaal, Jr, OatorA
4 C MaSaflL (aol), Lariahwt. Xo X
Jaa 0 Marartefc, Ooaly. X C.
Yesterday’• Raleigh Past say a:
"The eecretary at Stats char
tsrs the Green Bond Granite
Brick Co., at ■ Gibson, Scotland
County. This concern has s-i
sntborised capital at $125,000
and $90,000 subscribed by John
F. MeKsir, I. A. Jones aod
Ta MmS kr m Mh
k Va the SsaaS I arar as w. I aoid ear
kka whtoh sued mm la Shoe laaaS.
ke* Tka oely ahtackoa I here to is to
A H. MATHIS.
Coarad’a. N. C.
Taaia aot bed. Laf» hUi Always
wTT tmrnm A 0a. IHbaaStW. C. **
IKAUTifUL liromi NKSUI
vlUmnbM ol Povfir p«dMMl.
TtaDoObwvai kMHIm tl o«
I "Pnibol Violate" to tb*b«t Ifclooai
baiter. ••■■■** ..
W. L. PlELDSr Dnifftat
CXffr WILL UOIN MtlNttt on mQZ.
Tuesday, Septrmhw 27tfa, 1904,
To Mm 1'oUic »• w1,L te nr. that w» oan te aatnafl/ tetytal to mk
otter. UtHtry.wl —to wfli lotto that—uk. Than— who an rich to
day. wan, ta faaa e—m out of tea. poor la —riy Ma. TMr —rata—— at
toandari— — Wanly and «ar only laid tor lat— ——lotto—. It la la
tUa way that tte inowy tea tero taiaad to |
l W Y«mtr4r> HOOTLAND OOUNTT OAVIXQft BANIv.
.a* *** • r .r.nwi j
THE GIBSON MERCANTILE COMPANY,
• r (AcoomMom to v. b. aiMKn.)
y hi tlie Best of Everything, and I«nd«<m in l>ow
v>' I Prices. -
Tf yotf^wrt aiioee, dotting, Hhirtm Drees Goods, 1*.
dies’ Underwear,(Hosiery, Fascinators, Baby Hoods, or
anything In this line, see us.
Furniture and Undertaking Department
Our Furniture and Undertaking Department ie more
complete than ever before. We have eome attractive bar
gaina ift Fumitnre of an Unde, and would be glad to snp
ply your wants In this line. We can save yon money. /
Foil Line Groceries, Hardware and Plantation
OH our prion on anythin* before you buy, and watch
this epiice lor new arrival* at our etore.
' ' The Gibson Mercantile Co.,
. Gfbeon, R C
We will bars on display In our show rooms asst
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
September 27 and 28
tbs prettiest lias of Ladles and Misses Fall and
ever shown in this section. You are cordial)/ invited to
MRS. W. D. JAMBS.
WE ME SELLING BUCK DRESS
SILKS CHEAPER THAN EVER.
AMjaAFanaJagojfcrorth *1.25 lor
* SMl d* 8o* 1"rort*111**0 tor
A 86 inch Tofiata worth 21.25 (or
i 5®? ®! Broad-dotk wort* #1.00 for
A Uaotifal Has of Wool woiat wood* worth 68e lor
CALL TO BEE US'*
BIG GUN TOBEjgffli.
W Bunk Ml CM ui PM.
We have been boay for the paat two awake making
room for our mamoth FALL STOCK of Goode, they have
all arrived and are ready for yoar inspection. We do not
hesitate in tailing you we hare the beet selected and moat
up-to-date stock of
Clothing, Gents' Fumfafafacm,
eyer shown hi the town of
We have bean hen loo*
oooa^i to know the wanS
of the people and In bn
Awnpoma to soft.
untn 700 give oe a trial.
We have just opend op
250 nits of Starrae
Bros. High Art Cloth
ing- in Regulars Stoonts
hwnsmewa MHr eeit n
We are sole amenta in Laorinburtt for the Celebrated
Stetson Crossett & Walk Over Shoes (or men*
THbc Krippfildoef it Pittman Shottfnrwniwfn.
: Krippendorf ft Dittman Hhoee, we have jcurt opened wp owe
; of tiiepntti^tae wtflaeotMofthe moet durable Use oi
! Ladka Shoes it baa era been oar pkaaoxo to handle and
j WB BXtend TOO an invitation to oome in and look t^emorer.
! Ml Leathers, Plain and (tep Toes,
Spring, pan, French & Military
Heels. - *.
» / .-.
All Summtr Goods rat go.
Come in and lot a make yoa a
price on these Goode whteh will
Interest jon. v