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Those Who Come and Go and Local
Happenings as Recorded by the
Man , on the Street.
Mr. Marion McNeill loft Mon*
day to enter Davidson college.
Miseea Dann and Graves Nab*
leu returned Sunday from a three
weeks’ stay at Suffolk, Va.
Mr. John C. Currie and sister,
of Old Hundred, werelaurin
burg visitor* Saturday.
Mr. Frank John left Monday to
enter the State University at
Mr. 8. B. McLean, of Maxtoe,
waa a boaineas visitor in the city
Mise Pearl Jordan left Monday
fur Murfreesboro, where she will
teach this year.
Mre. Frank Bryce, of Char*
lotto, waa the guest of her sis
ter, Mre. A. Cameron. Sunday.
Mr. L. A- Tatum, of Dillon,
spent Sunday and Monday bare
with bis family.
Mesas. E. H. Gibson and J. T.
Myers spent the past week at
Dr. Allen McLean, of Wsgrara,
wans Laorinburg visitor Mon
We lie very much indebted to
lira. T. B. Russell for a beg of
the moat ponderous and delicious
tomatoes we have ever seen.
Bsv. and lira. J. H. Dixon,
who have been at Mon treat the
past month, returned to the city
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weather
spoon returned to the dty Thurs
day after a two weeks stay in
the western part of the State. .
After a stay of tan days in
' Washington D. C., Mr. W. H.
Neal ana son, Thomas, returned
to the dty Saturday.
Mias Kate Marsh, of Wadea
.faoro, baa -bean. a_ guest at the
home of Mr. Angzs HcKjnnori
daring Hie pest week.
Mlse Minnie Stewart, who was
the guest of Mrs. W. B. Stewart
the past week, returned to her
home at Greensboro Friday.
Mr. W. T. Webb, of Lower
Stewartsville township, boarded
the train here Friday for a visit
to relatives in Anson county.
. Quite a number of Laurioborg
citizens attended the odebration
at Gibson Friday and aU report a
moat delightful day.
Mr. George Ballea, a prominent
business man of Anderson, 8. (X*.
was s Laurinburg visitor Satur
Tim poatoffioe and ita force, in
cluding the rural carriers, ob
served Labor Day. which was
Monday, by taking tbs day off.
Asa result of the Eorooean
■war. sixty-five men wen laid off
by the Seaboard Air Line at
ttamlet during the past week,
■ Mr. Willie Brown, of Hamlet,
spent the first of the week here
with his brother. Mr. D. B.
Mr. Erwin Garothera, nephew
■of Mrs. J. H. Dixon, is in charge
of thb Spring Hill high school,
succeeding Prof. L. B. Olive,
who is teaching sit St. Paul.
Mr. Aubrey Hammond ia ■ pend
ing the week ia Baltimore.
Mrs. J. F. Ray ia apeoding the
week with Charlotte relative*.
Mr. Lawrence Everett it visit
ing friends in Washington.
Dr. J. M. Rose spent Tuesday
at Lumber Bridget
Mr. Emmet Gill left Tuesday
for Trinity College.
Mr. D. C. Odom left Tuesday
for a business trip to McFarland.
Mr. A. McKay, of Max too. R
F. D. No. 2. was a business vis
itor in the eity Monday.
Attorney W. H. Cox is attend
ing Richmond Superior Court in
Rockingham this week.
Misa Anna Stewart has aa her
guest Miss May Hinaoa, of Char
Mr. Tom Gill has accepted a
position as teacher in the Golds
boro high school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McKoown
and son have returned from a
visit to.relatives at Stanley.
I See Mutt mod Jeff take Vera
Oua with araokelesa powder-at
the opera hooM To—day night
Mr. T. K. Fanner, of Laurel
Hill, spent Monday night in the
city with hit ton, Mr. Rob Farm
Miaa Sudie Baskerville, of
Charlotte, and Mm Austin Me
Cormick, of Wilmington, arc the
gt|est» of Mm T. C. McCormick.
Miaa Mrrgaret Johnson, of
Pitta boro, haa accepted a position
aa saleslady with Mm W. D.
Mr. Walter James haa gone to
Kinston, wham ha haa accepted a
position aa teacher in the city
— Tbetky eehoele otamadEUrn*
day with a large \ttendance.
The outlook for a proiperoua and
hanaflcial session ia promising.
Dr. Harris, of Maxton, visited
Mm Harris, who is a patient at
the Jatpea Sanatorium, one day
thia week. ■
Dm Kinsman and Tarry, of
Hamlet, speat Monday and Tues
day ham on professional busi
Aftor a stay of two weeks at
Durham, Ridunond and Wash
ington, Mr. and Mm Dan Mc
Lean have returned home.
_ Miaa Josephine Bostick, of
Lanrinburg, left the Comberiand
Oenersl Hospital today /or her
hornet—FayetteviUs Observer at
Mr. Arnold McKay, who mg
the head of the Washington, N.
C.. schools the peat year, is
teaching a okas In English at the
University of North Carolina.
Mr. Frank Carmichael, of Has
ty. manager of the Hasty Mer
cantile Co., boarded the train
here Tuesday for a business trip
Mm Mary Whitaker has as
her guest this week Mm J. R.
Bivens, of MeColl, B Cv and
Miss Mary Sykes, of Savannah,
(k ;_ _
thm Jubn 8*n*tortu* Friday,
*Ud to oou li rapidly Im
! Mrs. L. M. Gill who has ton
▼kiting Wilmington relatives for
tbs past two months, rstarned to
her boms Saturday. She waa
accompanied by Mrs. Ella Sum
msvill and daughter.
Prof. L. B. Olive, who was
prlncfpal of tha Spring HiU high
school ths past two years, was a
Laurinburg visitor Tuesday. May
ing Tuesday morning for Ral
Bud Fisher’s only friends.
Mutt and Jeff, will take Mexico
next Tuesday night. In the cap
ture arc twenty-five entertain
ingly beautiful Mexicafa maidens.
See them—they will all be there.
Mke Elias McKinnon left Tues
day for Bad 8priagsin response to
an invitation from the faculty of
the Southern Presbyterian Col
lege, to assist in welcoming the
new girls arriving to enter that
Mr. E. P. JoMy, demco
■tration agent in Scotland
oooaty. has just returned from a
vacation of three weeks. Mr.
J^my attended the Farmers’ Con
vention in Raleigh and vWted
relatives in South Carolina white
Mr. Bob Monroe has entered
the Bute University, for which
place he left Monday. Just what
Mr. Monroe will make as hie
study he has not definitely de
cided, but his friends think he
aspires to attach Atty. to hie
Among those from here attend
ing the Convention of the Rural
Carriers of Union. Anton, Rich
mond end Scotland counties, held
in Wsdeeboro Monday, were Mr.
and Mr*. Rob Fanner, Messrs.
8im Farmer and Alex. McKen
zie. The next oon van don will be
hold here in Lauriaburg on Jaa
utry 1st. 1915,
During oar approaching schol
astic yesr we will Uke students
in our Practice and Observation
School under student teacher*
for $50. and four hour* of indus
trial work par day.
Applicants for admission to our
Freshman Clast will not ba re
quired to stand entrance examina
For further particulars address
J. M. Rhodes. Littleton College,
Littleton. N. C (ad.-37.)
Our Fall Stock la Here,
Com Get Your*.
Everything in Hm'i FarnkMng*
Lvnrinburg, N. C.
OF STETSIN HATS
In all the latest shade and styles. We have
a size for every head and a style for every face.
Also a line of Caps to suit the most Particular Boy
When in town don’t fall to *»n
*nd Inspect our new line of
• Ladies’ end Misses’ Coat Suits and
loaf Coats, also we hare a pretty
line of Children’s Coats and
Ladles’ Coat Suits, ranging In
prices front 17.50 to 925.00.
We are also going to cany a
fall line of Dry Goods and *No>
Hons this fall at prices to salt
• everybody's pocket-book.
MADE SUIT, wc w
far that. We take < _
THE SIYLEPUIS STORE
J. W. MASON, Proprietor
■■M Tr —- .. ••
TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
We have purchased from Gibson Brothers
their AUTOMOBILE REPAIR DEPARTMENT,
including Tools. Supplies and Equipment, and
have moved same to our New Building on corner
of McLaurin Avenue and Fairley Streets. We
have added more mechanical help to our force- *
and are now in ^ration to take care, of your
Automobile Needs Promptly andUarefdlly. WE
SELL NO CARS AND HAVE NO FAVORITES.
GOODYEAR TIRES AT ANTE BELLUM PRICES
WE SELL MILL SUPPLIES—Pipe and Pipe
Fittings, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, i«»
Leather, Belting, Hose and Lubricating Oils.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIE8—Carbon Lamps,
Tungsten Lamps and fixtures.
AUTOMOBILE 8UPPUES~Batteries, Car
bide, Gasoline and Oils.
Agents for Fairbanks Gasoline Engines.
LAURINBURG MACHINE CO.
'Phone No. 3 ^ Laurinburg, N. C.