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LOCAL PARAGRAPHS I
Those Who Come and Go and Local I
Happenings as Recorded by the
Man oh the Street
Mr*. Mac Cameron lavishing
relatives in Concord.
Mr. J. D. McLean, of Lam bar
ton, spent Frday in tha city.
Master Hector Graham apaot
Thursday and Friday in Char
Mr. Jasper T. Gibaon spent
Thursday and Friday m Char
Judge W. H. Neal spent Sat
urday la Raleigh on Hagai buai
Mra. A. Cameron la spending
tha week with her son, Mr. J. D.
Otmemsi. at Rockingham.
Mr. E. 8. Redd left Monday
for a business trip to’Chase City
and Lynch burg, Va.
Mr. J. E. Bostick, of Gibaon,
R. F. D. No. 1, was a business
visitor in Laurinburg Monday.
The next show to appear in the
local playboeae is "The Dingbat
Family, on 8«pt 28th.
Hon. Franklin McNeill, of Ral
eigh, arrived in the dty Sunday
night to visit Scotland Matives.
The opera house baa added to
Its bookings “Fine Feathers,”
which will appear bars October
Miss Sudie BaskervUle, who
has been the guest of Mias Mary
Covington, returned to her home
at Charlotte Saturday.
Melvin McP hatter, son of Mr.
G. W. MePhatter, died in East
• Laurinburg last Thursday and
was buried Friday at Sutherland
Mias Mary Watson, of River
1 ton. boarded the train hers
Thursday for Kinston, where she
has accepted a position in tha
~~ SWse Pearl Jones, of Laorin
burg, R. F. D. 3. boarded the
train here Saturday for King’s
Mountain, where she goes to
We are glad to note that our
good friend. Mr. R. E. Lee, who
hes been eonfloed to his room
with an attack of gout for several
days, is able to be oat.
' Mr. Hamilton Purcell, of Co
lumbia, Ala., who has been the
guest of bis sister, Mrs. F. P.
Coble, returned to bis boms
The business men. especially
those doing a cash business, were
•omewbat relieved of the war
depression Saturday. The cotton
pickers had their usual full sup
ply of cash.
Dr. Boott, Messrs. Reedy Ben
nett and Tom Roper, of CHo. 8.
C.. aocompanisd Mr. J. R. Jack
eon to the Jsines Sanatorium
here Saturday night for an emer
gency Madder operation.
^Uas Anna C. Fletcher, Him
RothFleteher. Mr. Robert Fletch
er and'Mr. Eugene Breeden, of
MeColl, 8. C., spent Thursday
■ with Mias Anna Prince Gibson at
hey home on Covington street.
I... _ .. .
Ths 1914 issue of straw bats
wen called in Tuesday, ths 15th.
Mr. Arch Currie spent Sunday
in Hoke county with relatives.
Miss Ola Jordan has as her
guest her sister, Mias Flora, of
Kit R. N. Grvbb had ss her
Sunday guest Mias Essie Givecs,
ofMeColi, a C. ^
Among the Maxton visitors
here Monday were Cept. Joe Ev
erett and son Frank.
Mr. Tom GUI, Jr., left Friday
for Goldsboro, where hs will
teach in the dty schools.
Mr, Walter James, who will
teach in the KListon schools, toft
to take up his duties Thursday.
Miss Leila May Gill has return
ed to har work aa teacher in the
dty school at Rocky Mount
Mr. and Mn. J. R Jordan
ha us as thsir guest Mrs. Ed.
Lyon, of Shannon.
Miss Mattie McNeill, of Fay
etteville, spent Saturday and 8on
day with Scotland relatives.
Mr. T. CL MeEaehln, Jr., of
Meredith, Fla., iaa guest at the
home of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R McRachla.
Miss Margaret Liaker, who
has been the guest of her deter,
Mra A. F. Blue, has returned to
her homo at Salisbury.
Mr. H. R Wdll has arrived in
the dty to look after the interests
of the wdll's stables and the sale
of stock for the fall.
Mr. W. J. Matthews, of River
ton, boarded the train here Tues
day for Charlotte, where he went
to employ cotton pickers. .
. Mr. K. Sanford, who haa been
Mr. P. L. Erwin, of Msekleo
burg county, who haa been the
gueat of hia sister, Mrs. J. H.
Dixon, returned to his home
Mr. Albert James leaves Mon
day for Philadelphia, where he
will enter the University of Penn
sylvania to continue his study of
Mr. Kendrick Sanford, who has
a position sa traveling salesman
for the 8tanley works, spent Bun
day with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Sanford.
Mr. Fairley James expects to
leave the first of the week for
Philadelphia, where he will con
tinue bis study of medicine. He
will attend the medical school at
the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Dougald Stewart, Jr., re
turned Monday from Baltimore,
where be went some weeks ago
for m operation. His many
friends will be glad to know that
the operation was successful and
that he has about recovered from
Henry Blue, colored, .sent up
from Scotland county for stealing
a buggy wheel, escaped from the
Northampton county chain gang
recently and waa captured by
Deputy Smith, of Max ton, Mr.
Smith thereby receiving a reward
Mrs. N. Bergman and ehil
dred, who have been visiting rel
atives in New York City and
Springfield, Maes., for the peat
month, returned to tbe dty Hen
day nl«ht. They readied Hamlet
too late to catch the evening
train here and Mr, Bergman
motored op to Hamlet, bringing
them home.; ■
Mr. W. 8. Dunbar, an expe
rlcosed Ufa and fire insurance
Mmt, who is to hare charge of
the insurance office of Mr. Hinton
James, arrived ki the dty Mon
day. ^Mr. Jinnee recently bought
lerdMthe18ooSujd><Coun ty Ida v
ings Bank, could not give the
iaese. Ms fell aileelVoij mid
7 Days, August 21 to 27, inclusive
Atecooeidvrahleexpent*. we have made spedil arrangements to
> ave Miss Crawford. ■ pedal demonstrator for the H. W. flnsesrd Cor
•at Company, assist oe In a 7 day demonstration of Goeeard Coweta.
Tbit will be the style event of the season Is Laarinba* aod it (soar
deaire to have every woman in thla city visit our Conet Department
some time during these days. -
Styles an different this eeeeon—very different—aod yea mast tmve
accurate and authentic information if you art to obtain tbs utmost
from your const and other wearing apparel.
During this demonstration you will not be importuned to bay All
we ask it that you avail yoanelf of information and stylefrvws which
1* #t*fpoi£* A«“ *»by appointment. This
shoo Id be dooc, if possible.
Remember-then islooly ooe place in Laurinburg where you can be correctly fitted to a Geeeazd-the original
and eaperior fronts lacing eoreet—and that place to tfato etore. *,rj1 “* o'1*10*1
We aball count it a privilege to serve you during thto demonstration. Gooaatd Cornets at 12.00. t*N» non
16.60, $8.60 and up will bo abown. Come in and be fitted. »*»*• *5.00,
X. W. MASON, Proprietor
Laurinburg, North Carolina
The Yellow Store
N. BERGMAN,5 Prop.
Laurinburjj, N. C.
Is Pilled with the choicest sad most at
tractive lino of Fall mad Winter goods, in
Men and Women's wear. Every Departs
meat is complete.
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
Hats, Coat Salts* > Laces, Embroideries, '
' Blankets, Quilts, Tmpjts, Suit Cases.
Clothing, Shirts, Collars, Ties, Under
wear, and, in fact, any and everything
any member of the family has to bay.
The Prices arp like those always offered
by this store, strictly in keeping with the
times. Come to see ns.
The Yellow Store
N. BERGMAN, Prop.
Lanrinbnrg, N. C.
Two hundrad and aighty-thm
againat nothing La tha wap tha
raoord a tan da far Seotiand’a ant
tow ginning for tha tima prior to
flnpfffnhar lot yaar ika com
pand with tha mom parted kit
pat*. Tha fast of tiaptaabsr
teat ysar tha gina had found aotb
tec In do. tat tUa yaarttftbaks
hwdbsao gtenad opto thdt tins.
Mfae Emily Pattereon fa attend,
iirg tba state Sunday School Con
The rap ft teat tee enam oon
itebt died eat The
I In New Quarters
FACTS ABOUT COTTON
Cotton Is stfl] King. Don’t slaughter yon King. Don’t
2°;*** prices. Tbe price In obliged to go up.
Nothing on Earth cm keep It down any great length of
time. It It a commodity the World must have. Tbe de.
mand for King Cotton will be greater than aver before
just as soon as the Europeas War terminates. Suppose
you aril yew cotton at presant priest, what will be ibn
rneuItT. Nothing except that some one rise win bus it,
keep It sod make a big profit on it Tbe sensible thing to
do is to keep It protect It by Insurance, and make the
profit yourself. >
Tbe Citisens Fire loau ranee Company of Baltimore
through our agency in Lamisbunr stand ready to hstp
you keap your cotton by giving youths best fire i mu ranee
protection obtainable, and at tbe lowest poariUa ooat
Call to sm us at oar office.
Cotton is King. He will be King ai long ee the world
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HINTON JAMES, Agent %
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