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Mis* Effle McRae was hottest to
the Thursday Afternuarl Book Club
Mr. J. D. Biazell, of Kinston, is in
the city and ia the rue a l of hi* aistar,
Mr*. John Monroe.
Mise Emma Neel Covington left
Tuesday for Marion, 8. C., whore she
is visiting relatives.
Mrs. S. J. Wright, of Gibson, R. F.
D. No. 1, spsnt e snort while In the
burg Monday afternoon on business.
Misses Mianlo May and Mania
Hammond have r*turned to Marten,
where they sic students at Carolina
The opening of McKay street begins
to look like a reality now, and the im
provement is on* that hat long been
Wo ere glad to not* that our friend
and neighbor, Mr. T. B. Russell, who
was quits ill during tha holidays, is
very much improved.
We ere Informed that the local lodge
«f tha Knights of Pythias will give
as oyster supper in the lodge mama
on naxt Wednesday night.
Xarv. J. L. Fairly, af FayattaviUs,
spent the week-end her* with bia
parents, Mr. sad Mrs. Angus Fairly.
He occupied the Presbyterian pulpit
at the Sunday evening service.
W* regret to note the I lines* of Mr.
D. A. MeDougald, who has bean con
fined to his roam for the post week
rafferiag with a stubborn case of the
Mr. Ralph Morrison, of Laurel HIU,
a member of tha Ana of tho Morcan
tila A Machine Co., who art agents
for the Ford aatomobtls in Scotland
county, waa a builneaa visitor to the
city Monday afternoon.
The sears of tha continued impeova
taent of Mr. R. B. Lee, who U under
going treatment at Hot Springe, Ark.,
for rheumatism, will he received with
ranch delight by the people of this
The Southern Express Company,
far the convenience of their petrous,
• have opened a branch money order
office at Everiagtan'a Drug Stove. It
is probable that another, branch will
be opened and will be located in East
Tha Urge drtle of friends of Mr.
McNair Pate, ace of Mr. and Mrs. Z.
V. Pate, of Laurel Hill, win regret to
know that he has never fully recov
ered from tha affacta of a ease of
pneumonia that he suffered now rime
Mr. Tel Harris and family, who
have lived for sometime past at tha
Bisaell home on Caledonia Bead, have,
wa regret ta note, moved away from
Laurinburg, aad have taken up their
residence In Lower Stewartuville
Mr. aad Mis. John Bisaell and chil
dren have arrived from Oklahoma,
' where they have resided for several
years, and are now occupying tha Bis
sau home on Caledonia Bond. Tho
Exchange extends to them a real Las
Tha many Laurinburg and Scotland
county friends of Mrs. E. H. Gibson
will ba glad to know that she haa an
ti raly recovered her health, aad with
in tha next few weeks expects ta re
turn ta Laurinburg from Sanatorium,
where the has been undergoing treat
ment for tho past five months.
Tha 8eotlaod County Teachers’ As
sociation will smot at Mason’s Cross
school house Saturday. Tha masting
is asm at which there will ba vital aad
interacting matters to the teacher*
diseasesi, aad Bupt. Peels is very de
siren* that there be a full attendance
ef the teachers of tha county.
Wa an glad to note that Mr. W. A.
McCormick aad (tartly, who toft Scot
land eooaty torcral you* ago to tiro
la Hindi eooaty, have returned to
good' old Hwrtlaad, and w* soapsot
and ho|« that It is iomu aad forsvor
that thsy wQI sail Scotland ooanty
Wo horo neoirtd notice (ran Mr.
H. C. Stabba, formerly of Gihoon. R.
». D. No. 1. to «heage the oddrao
of His paper to Lmharton, R. P. D.
Mo. 1 Mr. ftshto to another of Scot
land's good dttows who hao coot his
tot with oar —Ighhra In Rebaooa
oooaty^ Wo wish Mja mack bappt
The McXhmoa brothers, Rob it
Korda. Mexdock sad Joba. of Loo
itabnrg tidal thrtr oust, Mia. D. T.
, Brown of tho Oshaahi Seminary sad
' Robert Loo MeXfcaea of Uatoa Seart
. nary, college motes at Daotdeea seA
Iterns la Bos ttos Advocate
Boo. (she H. Rail, ptarldtag older,
w(B prsoeh at tbs Method tot dumb
la Lsartohatg asst today at 11
otdodf a. m. aad st Calodonla at S p.
to- Ho win bold tbs Qaartedy Oan
' fmwnoo for Laattobadg at 10 •’ctedc
A to. Moatoy, at On sbureh, aad far
Ostedooto at It dfpk A BL at tba
The sale of cottoo an tee local mar
ket ia vary dull aad baa bean for aav
rral wanks. Thia doaa not mean that
all of the 1915 crop baa been Bold, aa
there le probably four thousand bales
stored In I-aurinburg’s two wurehous
•a, and this doaa not taka into ac
count tha cotton that ia stored is the
country. There ia probably one
fourth uf the 1615 crop unsold.
Mr. J. A.1 McGregor, of Laurinburg,
R. F. D. No- 1, waa a f.uurinborg vis
itor Friday. Mr. VcUrcu-.r la one of
the extensive cantaloupe growers,
shippers and buyers in tfm; no.;ion.
lln thinks that Uie prospects for tha
crop thia year are not so gloomy aa
soma seen to think. Hi says tnai th
greatest danger lion M the fait that
tra many may be planed.
The Exchange is glad to chToniela
the fact that Mr. and Mn. 1. C. Edger
ton. formerly of Laurinburg, but off
lata cltisana of Goldsboro, have re
turned to Laurinburg and will In the
future make thia their home. They
will occupy the James McDougald
residence on Church street recently
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Hinton
Jamas. Mr. Edgerton baa a position
as traveling salesman and will make
Laurinburg his headquarters.
Manors. Phillips A James, managers
of the opera boost, have secured an
tagagemant with tha Mg musical
comedy success, “Night an Broad
way," for Tuesday night, tha 19th.
Thia company, which ia said to be one
of the beet of iU Mad on the road,
aad which la playing only the large
cHiee ia tha state, had a night off
between their Wiladngtoo and Char
lotte engagement, and tha enterpris
ing ‘local managers woo fortunate
enough to secure the show for their
Rav. W. a Barrett, of Gastonia,
who waa in Laurinburg the pest weak
looking after tea removal of the
building on tee corner cf McKay and
Main streets, will make some decided
improveatento la tea building on thia
popular comer, as wall ae the adja
cent buildings. The part of the corn
er building left will be made Into a
narrow store room and will have a
preee brick and plate glass front, as
will the vacant baUding next door and
tha one now occupied by Mr. J. C.
In our report of the completion of
the mw concrete reosvoir for Lnarta
&•*¥*» wiur system in our last I mm,
we were lad to say that tha mw rsae
volr had e capacity of 3(0,000 gallons.
In this wt wsre mistaken, and w«
should have said that tha mw rueevoir
and tha tank at tha old location of tha
dty water ami light plant and tha
water that waa contain*! In Borprpea
at all time*, gave us this amount of
watar, and that with this amount ws
would be enabled to fight fire with our
full equipment for four hours without
After an illness of six months from
a slight stroke of paxulyai*, during
which time he was forced to give up
hia work as pastor of the Laurtnburg
Presbyterian church. Rev. J. If. Rosa.
D. D„ resumed his work as pastor of
tha church last Thursday evening, be
ginning with tha mid-week prayer
meeting service. Ha else occupied
tha pulpit Bonder morning. It is tha
hope of this publication, as well as
that of our large family of readers,
that ha will eoen fast physically able
to again taka up the editorship of our
Prof. O, C. Williamson, principal of
tha Laurel Hill school, eras a Lauria
burg visitor Saturday, and paid this
*®ee a visit. Prof. Williamson waa
the first parson in Scotland county
to organise a Moonlight School, ha
having conducted a most successful
one last year at Laurel Hill. The day
school at Laurel Hm is in a moat
haalthy condition, there being 140
students enrolled. Prof. Willie mean
stated that he would open the moon
light school at Laurel Hill last Mon
day night, and had every assurance
that it would have a large and latsr
eeted patronage. Tha Moonlight
Schools at both Brownsville and Gib
eon opened also on Monday night
ANOTHER LINK WITH ROCK
Rockingham Citizens Add Their
Another link with oar. neigh
boring town of Rockingham it
provided in the following grate
nil aad generoos statement of a
well-known resident there. Mr.
& J. Hsle, retired fanner, who
saga: “Doan’s Kidney Pills are a
bones hold remedy with us. I
take them oomaleoaJJv. when
say beck bothers me and my kid
neys aren't noting as they should
and I have ftoend them to be aD
they are ektimed to be. We try
to keep a bo* of Dona’s Kidney
Pflleoa hand all tbs time to have
hi ease of ntfrd.”
Price Me, at all dealer*. Don’t
ahapty ask for a
same that Mr.. .
Mflbor* Co.. Png*.,
■ ■■d m i. ■ i
Ami § ymptms |nrt
MAN AND WIFE DESCRIBE
NOW THEIR TROUBLES
Mr. Henry Hall Te»tl»e# far Wife an*
Hlmncir—Wife Caine* 1* Pounds
-Merchant Bays. I KaH Uka
a New Man.
It i* seldom that two mvmber. of
a family am benefited by tha earn*
medicine, bat the exception 1* found
In the caee of Mr. and Mrs. flcnry
Hall, merchant of White street, Wine
tun Salem, N. C
“1 (offered for years,” Mr. Hall
•aid, “with the mo»t aevera palna In
my back. I was down for week* at
a time and could And nothing to re
lieve ma. 1 had no appetite, I k>»t
weight rapidly, until I feared some
thing very eerioua waa the matter with
“Tanlae waa recommended to me
by friends who had been benefited by
the new medicine. I bought n bottle
and noticed a marked Improvement af
ter taking the Amt bottle. That waa
several weak* ago. I have increased
in weight and saver fait better In my
lift. I have tha most ravenous appe
tite Imaginable. Work which former
ly waa ao Irk.omv, la now u rani pleas
“My wife also used three bottles af
Tanlae for stomach trouble end gained
10 pounds. We think Tanlae is a greet
medicine end are gind to recommend
It to all who suffer as we did.”
Tanlae, the famous medicine ii sold
exclusively by Blush Drug Stan In
Mrs. T. Ifwrww. Bau Claka WMu
writes: “Talaya Honey and Ta.r Cow*
pound am rad my boy of a vary aaaaaa
attack af tramp after oUtar raatedtoa
ted tatted. Our Bn>— aurad hJo
children of wbooolaar ooiik. I
ranaif and It la a vary aaa, aa wo
jncw from our own axyarlaooa ttel K
ET'bar throat, and aftor urine aaa
bottla tka cough loft bar.*
This a tor liny old raiatady bos teas
la aaa far rain and la teat aa i%
throat. tteM and sora ah sat. ertara
and bronchia) aaucte.
BLUE'S DRUG STORE
1 -m. mrswa——
M7'’ « 8^. Prk. itN
5.00 Bostonian 44 « 44 3 98 '
" m 4.00 44 ****** ,49
44 44 8.50 44 44 •• « «ag
44 Ladles’4.50 Selby •« •• •* 3 40
44 " 8.50 44 44 «« w
One lot 8410 ** « ** ** LN
Ws knee n good lot of Boys’ and Children’s Shoes that go in this
at cut prices.
•SWrtB»° fa *M» sale at
First New York Cert.
All Ilea’s 518.50 Orereosts, one-half off $5.35
44 44 10.00 44 7.00
At these prices those Overcoats will go.
All Men’s 08.50 Raincoats. Sale Price 15.08
44 Ladies’ 5.00 *• ■ 4* Tea
44 Man's LOO Union Saits 44 44 g*.
44 44 L60 44 44 44 I to
T 44 2.00 ******** j-,
l 44 LOO Wrights Health Underwear 89e
I 44 LOO flwfagasedle Underwear 80s
V 44 44 15.00 Saits Is dose 11 »8
f 44 44 18.60 ****** 8 98
I 44 L00 Dress Shirts, Now Patterns 80c
I . •• ** Uf 44 44 MM J l|
I 1.00 Flaanel Shirts S9c
i 44 . 44 1.50 44 44 i_|p
i Bear in mind the abore prieeo hold good for Thirty Days, and it
|wfll pay you to call and inspect these goods before yen asks year par
; chases, as we propose to save yon money.
v — Laurinburgr, N. C.
A fine loti of
in prime condition arid at prices
that will be interesting to you.
Will be glad to show! you.
'Phone 124 I^uiHnburg, N C.
GET READpr NOW
Start the New Year With a
EVERYBODY WANTS MONEY a! ^’hrtatmae tins, but sot
everybody haa much to speed M*her would like. Tboee
who started a savings account a^esnrsgoand kept it op
had plenty of money to spend *hfc Christmas. Thoee
who didn’t wish they had, - “*•
_ . t>
THE BEST TIME to begin saving...* right now. Deposit
what eras left from your ChrietoTds buying In this bank,
and keep adding to it each weak until next Christmas.
It it good advice, the advice thw* guides you along the
mad to wealth and happiness. *
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